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PSL Results 2022/2023 – DStv Premiership 2022/23


PSL Results 2022/2023 – DStv Premiership 2022/23

The South African Premier Division, or DStv Premiership as it is more commonly known, is the top level of competition in South Africa’s league system for professional male football/soccer players and has been in existence since 1996 under various sponsorship arrangements.

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) is the governing body of association football in South Africa at the top level, and its name has been used historically and in common parlance since the league’s inception.

In 1996, the National Soccer League and what was left of the National Professional Soccer League came to an agreement that would lead to the formation of the league. On its official website, the league acknowledges that it still operates under its original name, although for purely legal reasons, while the Premier Soccer League serves as its trade brand.

PSL Results 2022/2023 – DStv Premiership 2022/23
October 30, 2022
SuperSport United1 – 1Swallows
TS Galaxy1 – 1Sekhukhune United
Chippa United3 – 3Richards Bay
AmaZulu1 – 0Stellenbosch
October 29, 2022
Royal AM0 – 3Mamelodi Sundowns
Marumo Gallants2 – 1Cape Town City
Orlando Pirates0 – 1Kaizer Chiefs
October 28, 2022
Maritzburg United0 – 2Golden Arrows
October 26, 2022
Marumo Gallants0 – 0AmaZulu
October 25, 2022
Maritzburg United0 – 5Mamelodi Sundowns
Cape Town City2 – 1Chippa United
Royal AM3 – 1Golden Arrows
October 19, 2022
Swallows2 – 0Royal AM
Richards Bay1 – 0Cape Town City
Kaizer Chiefs2 – 2TS Galaxy
Mamelodi Sundowns1 – 0Marumo Gallants
AmaZulu1 – 1Maritzburg United
October 18, 2022
Golden Arrows0 – 2Orlando Pirates
Stellenbosch0 – 2SuperSport United
Chippa United1 – 0Sekhukhune United
PSL Results 2022/2023 – DStv Premiership 2022/23

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Two clubs, Ria Stars and Free State Stars, disbanded following the end of the 2001–02 season so that there wouldn’t be as much scheduling conflict between teams. However, Free State Stars has since reorganized and is back in the league for the 2020–21 season. South African football/soccer was shaken by a match-fixing controversy in 2004. In June 2004, the South African police system began an investigation dubbed “Operation Dribble.” Club presidents, commissioners, referees, and assistants were among the almost 40 people taken into custody. After taking home the league championship for the first time in a decade in 2004, Kaizer Chiefs successfully defended their crown in 2005. Mamelodi Sundowns won their fourth championship in 2005–06. They have been unstoppable in the league since the 2017–18 season, when they won their first of many consecutive championships.

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