News

  • Tuks Stadium Gets Facelift The five-week break in November and December has given the TuksSport Facility Office an opportunity to give the pitch at the Tuks Stadium a bit of a facelift before the second half of the season.  Read more >>
  • UNDER 11s TRIUMPH IN FAP CUP The University Of Pretoria Football club under 11 team were crowned as FAP CUP winners after they dispatched Glenwegians 2-0 in Gezina. Both goals were scored by Tshiamo. Read more >>
  • Chikohwa Pens Deal The captain of the 2015 Nedbank Ke Yona Team, Ian Chikohwa, has signed a contract with the University of Pretoria Football Club.  Read more >>
  • AMATUKS LABOUR TO EARN A DRAW Lucky Mathosi scored in the second half as AmaTuks earned a draw against Kaizer Chiefs at the Nike Centre in Soweto on the 17th of October 2015. Read more >>
  • TUKS FOOTBALL JUNIORS HONOURED On Saturday the 17th of October Tuks Football held an awards ceremony to honour some of the outstanding young footballers that are within the system.  Read more >>
  • DEJAVU FOR AMATUKS It will be Dejavu for the AmaTuks reserve team when they head to the Nike Centre to take on Soweto giants in a Multi-Choice Diski Challenge match, kick off is at 13:00. Read more >>
  • SPARTAK KICK OFF CAMPAIGN IN STYLE The Spartak Football Club kicked off the 2015/2016 Tshwane SAB Regional League season with a bang as they dispatched newly promoted Klasso FC 4-2 at the Tuks Sport Campus.  Read more >>
  • AMATUKS LOOKING TO SOLDIER ON The University Of Pretoria Football Club reserve team will be hoping to get their third win of the campaign as they travel to Braamfontein to take on Bidvest Wits at the Sturrock Park stadium on Sunday in an MDC encounter, kick-off is at 10:00 am. Read more >>
  • AmaTuks Lose to Celtic Despite showing early dominance in the matchup, AmaTuks could not turn their fortunes around as they went down 2 - 0 to Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday afternoon at the Tuks Stadium. Read more >>
  • Points on the board It was a game of two halves at the “Home of Soccer” as AmaTuks' captain Tebogo Monyai cancelled Bernard Parker's goal to hold the defending champions Kaizer Chiefs to a one-all draw on Wednesday night. Read more >>






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