Sun : 26 Oct : 15:00
Home Team Versus Away Team
FNB Stadium
 
 
HOME CLUB KC RETAIL FIRST TEAM SUPPORTERS CLUB KCTV GALLERY
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 
FEATURED PLAYER
   

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Tlou Molekwane
Lawrence Molekwane was a surprise call up to Bafana Bafana squad back in 1994 despite being a regular in the Under-17 development. However it took another five years before the Kaizer Chiefs development product ......read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Mthokozisi Yende
Mthokozisi Yende recently took time out to answer the questions the fans sent in to kaizerchiefs.com so that they could keep in touch with their favourite player. Here are some of their questions and his answers......read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Sthembiso Ngcobo
Sthembiso Ngcobo announced his arrival at Chiefs with a superb header against Eleven Arrows in a friendly match in Namibia. Another one against Mamelodi Sundowns followed in the Charity Cup. His call-up to Bafana Bafana squad for the friendly against Ghana (he has also been called up for the Nations Cup qualifier away in Niger) was not a surprise. In this interview...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Kabelo Metsimetsi
The 30-year-old reserve goalkeeper, Kabelo Metsimetsi believes that he has a future at the Club despite stiff competition in the goalkeeping department. Taking questions from the supporters, Kabelo says he has improved a lot since joining the Amakhosi at the start of last season... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Lucky Khune
Saturday, 7 August 2010 is the day many fans will never forget as the young Khune, Lucky fired from close range to beat Moeneeb Joseph in the final of Telkom Charity Cup that Chiefs went to win on penalties. However... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Punch Masenamela
Hard running left back, Punch Masenamela showed nerves of steel as he took a penalty to beat veteran goalkeeper, Brain Baloyi as he made his first appearance for the Club back in Telkom Charity Cup in August 2008. He found it difficult to break into the team due to the presence of Onismor Bhasera... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Dominic Isaacs
Dominic Isaacs showed towards the end of last season on why the Glamour Boys brought him to Naturena in the beginning of 2008/2009. Highly rated by his previous coaches, ‘Domza’ as he is known in football circles... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - David Mathebula
On his day, David Mathebula is one of the most technically gifted players in the Absa Premiership. He was on the brink of getting a call up during 2008/2009 season following some scintillating performances for the Club... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Nkosinathi Nhleko
“Toni”, as Nhleko is known in football circles, had a tough time with Kaizer Chiefs faithful from day one, but during the season he answered his critics... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Jimmy Tau
The EL Capitan, Jimmy Tau, had probably his best season in the Gold and Black jersey, having started this past season with an injury.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Reneilwe Letsholonyane
Reneilwe Letsholonyane bounced back from an injury during the preseason to become one of the most influential players in the team during the first half of the season.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Thela Ngobeni
The soft-spoken goalkeeper, Thela Ngobeni, has already shown that he has what it takes to fight it out for the Club’s number one jersey.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Knowledge Musona
“Knowledge Musona, who?” was the reaction of soccer pundits who criticised the Club for signing a 19-year-old player from Aces in Zimbabwe.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Thabang Rooi
Kaizerchiefs.com features this week took time to chat to a very religious but still hard as a rock on the field of play, Thabang “Djemba-Djemba” Rooi. He talks about his ambition for next season and how it feels to don the famous Gold & Black jersey.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Abia Nale
Many believe that Abia Nale should be in the camp with Bafana Bafana ahead of the World Cup but the Vaal born soft spoken midfielder, speaking to kaizerchiefs.com, insists that his time ‘will come’.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - George Lebese
"George Lebese, who has earned himself the nickname “Finidi George” from kaizerchiefs.com, is without a doubt one of the brightest youngsters currently in the books of the Amakhosi.... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Arthur Bartman
"Batman” as Arthur Bartman is affectionately known in football circles was signed as a replacement following injuries to both Itumeleng Khune and Thela Ngobeni. Now though he is no longer a ‘replacement’... read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Tinashe Nengomasha
It was back in April 2002 when a 19 year-old tenacious midfielder, Tinashe Nengomasha made his debut for Kaizer Chiefs against AmaZulu. Since then The General has not looked back....read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Thomas Sweswe
Thomas Sweswe on his first season with the Glamour Boys has been, without a doubt, one of the best central defenders in the Absa Premiership....read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Kaizer Motaung Jr
Former Kaizer Chiefs Player of the Year, Kaizer Motaung Jr’s progress this season has once again been hampered by injuries but he still managed to score the Club’s 600th goal...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player – Gerald Sibeko
Gerald Sibeko made his debut for Kaizer Chiefs against Tembisa Classic on October 10, 2000 and has been with the Glamour Boys ever since, winning two league titles and lots of trophies...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player – Valery Nahayo
Valery Nahayo was forced to watch the better part of the season from the sidelines due to injury. He bounced back in February and proved why he is highly rated both in the Premier League and back home...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player – Itumeleng Khune
Amakhosi magazine readers recently voted Itumeleng Khune as the third best player of all time for Kaizer Chiefs behind legends, Ace Ntsoelengoe and Doc Khumalo...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite player - Josta Dladla
Josta Shimane Dladla has been one of the best players this season, having been moved by Vladimir Vermezovic to a more central position...read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite - Mandla Masango
Mandla Masango is one of the brightest talents in the current setup. He took time to answer questions from the supporters on how he has managed to keep his feet firm on the ground....read more

Keeping in touch with your favourite - Siphiwe Tshabalala
In a new feature where Kaizer Chiefs faithful can send questions to their favourite player, the reigning Kaizer Chiefs Player of the Year, Siphiwe Tshabalala, took time to speak to kaizerchiefs.com... read more

KAIZER CHIEFS SPONSORS AND PARTNERS