Kaiser Chiefs Foci Club

Kaiser Chiefs Soccer Club, a South African football team, tracks the beginnings of Soweto, Johannesburg. The club was founded on January 7, 1970 by the former Kaiser Motaung football player.

The team, also known as Amakhosi or Lords / Chiefs, plays home games at Ellis Park Stadium or FNB Stadium. There is a fierce competition between Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates in the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) and in the local championship.

Kaiser "Chincha Guluva" Motaung, the founder of the club, is one of Orlando Pirates's players, also a Soweto team. He also played in the United States as the North American Football League or NASL's Atlantic boss.

The 2005 CAF Confederation Cup suddenly took off Kaiser Chiefs from participating in African club competitions. However, this penalty will be resolved in 2009.

A few years earlier, the African Football Association has been betting the championships for breach of competition rules.

The Kaiser Chiefs Soccer team liked its followers, one of the first local teams to be professional. The club has achieved a remarkable record for 80 titles for 36 years. In addition, it has set up unprecedented local sponsorship standards.

The team's best success is likely to be from 2001-2002. During this period they won four major championship titles in four months. These trophies were Vodacom Challenge, BP Top Eight, Coca-Cola Cup and CAF Cup Winners Cup (Mandela Cup).

Kaiser Chiefs, the British indies / pop band, got his name from the soccer club.
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