• God Speed - Prof On Friday, 07 August 2015 AmaTuks hosted a meet and greet session with the Principal of the University of Pretoria Professor Cheryl De la Rey.  Prof used the occasion to wish the team the very best for the new season and to assure the team... Read more >>
  • UP-TUKS GEARED UP FOR MADIBAZ UP-TUKS welcome the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University to the Tuks stadium for a Varsity Football clash on the 3rd of August, kick off is at 17:00.  Read more >>
  • i'nkwuan dehna metah The University of Pretoria he secured the services of center forward Getaneh Kebede on loan from Bidvest Wits. Read more >>
  • UP-TUKS FALL AGAIN IN CAPE TOWN UP-TUKS were condemned to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the University Of Western Cape in a 2nd round fixture of the Varsity Football tournament.  Read more >>
  • GRUDGE MATCH FOR UP-TUKS UP-TUKS travel to Cape Town to take on the University Of Western Cape for their second match in the Varsity Football tournament, kick-off is at 17:00 pm.  Read more >>
  • NERVY STALEMATE IN VARSITY DERBY The University Of Pretoria played out to a 0-0 draw away to town rivals Tshwane University in a Varsity Football match. Read more >>
  • SPARTAK READY FOR UPHILL BATTLE Champions of the SAB Regional League in Tshwane Spartak FC, continue with their quest to be promoted to the ABC Motsepe League. The team convincingly won the SAB regional league with three matches to spare and beat Thaba Tshwane 2-0 who were the... Read more >>
  • Tuks players on national duty The University of Pretoria Football Club has several senior and junior, male and female players who are on national duty during the months of June and July 2015.  Read more >>
  • VARSITY FOOTBALL PRELIMINARY SQUAD RELEASED UP-TUKS head coach Evangelos Vellios has named a preliminary squad of 40 players for the upcoming Varsity Football competition that is just ten weeks away. The players were selected from a pool of 55 players that were carefully chosen in the... Read more >>
  • USSA Team On Track For National Championship In the first semester the women's team lead the log standings and did not lose a match, their highest winning margin was a 30-0 thrashing of Varsity College and their lowest winning margin was a 1-1 draw with neighbours TUT Pretoria. The men on... Read more >>