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Sekhukhune United

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Established
2020 (4 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Makhulong Stadium
(20,000 Capacity)

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Competitions
South African Premier Soccer League

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23/04 Mamelodi Sun - Sekhukhune U
01/05 Sekhukhune U - TS Galaxy
11/05 Polokwane Ci - Sekhukhune U
18/05 Sekhukhune U - Amazulu
25/05 Chippa Unite - Sekhukhune U

Results
20/04 Sekhukhune U 1 - 0 Cape Town Sp
17/04 Sekhukhune U 1 - 1 Stellenbosch
06/04 Stellenbosch 0 - 0 Sekhukhune U
02/04 Sekhukhune U 2 - 2 Cape Town Ci
30/03 Sekhukhune U 2 - 1 Orlando Pira

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Sekhukhune United F.C. is a South African soccer club from Kempton Park, Sekhukhune District, Limpopo, that plays in the DStv Premiership. Previously playing as African All Stars in the SAFA Second Division, the club was founded under its current name after purchasing the National First Division licence from Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila. In its inaugural season, it won the 2020–21 National First Division, earning promotion to the 2021–22 South African Premier Division.

The club finished 11th in its first season in the top tier, and 7th in its second season, as well as reaching the final of the 2022–23 Nedbank Cup, and will compete in the MTN 8 and CAF Confederation Cup in the 2023/24 Season.

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The Peter Mokaba Stadium is a football and rugby union stadium in Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg), South Africa, that was used for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It has a capacity of 45,500 but for the purposes of the 2010 FIFA World Cup the seating capacity was reduced to 41,733. It is named after Peter Mokaba, a former leader of the ANC Youth League. It is located 3 kilometers from the city center and is located just east of the older Peter Mokaba Stadium.

The stadium is one of five new stadiums that were built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Initial plans to upgrade the existing Old Peter Mokaba Stadium were abandoned in favour of the R1,245,000,000 (ZAR) new Peter Mokaba stadium.

The stadium was used intensely for training and matches. Therefore, the natural grass has been reinforced with artificial fibers, which anchors the field into a stable and a level grass surface of Desso GrassMaster.

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