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Chippa United

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Established
2010 (14 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
(46,000 Capacity)

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Location
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Nicknames
Chilli Boys

Competitions
South African Premier Soccer League

Last Edit
curswine: 07/Mar/20


Upcoming
18/05 Real Kings - Chippa Unite
25/05 Chippa Unite - Sekhukhune U

Results
12/05 Golden Arrow 1 - 1 Chippa Unite
08/05 Orlando Pira 2 - 0 Chippa Unite
01/05 Chippa Unite 1 - 2 Moroka Swall
27/04 Amazulu 2 - 1 Chippa Unite
20/04 SuperSport U 0 - 2 Chippa Unite

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Chippa United Football Club is a South African professional football club based in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, having previously being based in Nyanga suburb of the city of Cape Town. The club's first currently plays in the Premier Soccer League's Premier Division, with the reserve team playing in the PSL's reserve league., The team plays it's home games at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.

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Lebitso





Luthuli





Maarman





Makhele





Martin





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Memela





Modise





Mosele





Mulenga





Ndwandwe





Ntsabo





Nwabali





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Stadium or Home

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is a football and Rugby union stadium in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa, it is one the world class stadiums in South Africa, It hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup matches and the third place play off, It is the home of Chippa United football club and Southern Kings a team of rugby union.

The five-tier, R2 billion (approximately $159 million) Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium was built overlooking the North End Lake, at the heart of the city. It is one of three coastal stadiums built to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It regularly hosts large-scale rugby union and football (soccer) matches. The stadium has also been used as a concert venue.

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