Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

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Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023:

Amazulu FC Fixtures 2022/2023 | Fixtures for the 2022–2023 season of Amazulu F.C.

AmaZulu Football Club, a professional soccer team from South Africa, is based in the KwaZulu Natal province’s Durban and competes in the Premier Soccer League, the top division of the country’s football league system. Usuthu, the club’s moniker, is a Zulu battle cry.

If you’re a fan of Amazulu FC and are looking for the schedule(Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023) or fixtures for the team’s 2022–2023 season, we’ve got you informed.


Home and Away Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

The Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

Competition Date Time Place Opponent Results
Dstv Premiership League 7/8/2022 14:00 Away TS Galaxy 0:0 (0:0)
Dstv Premiership League 10/8/2022 16:00 Home SuperSport United 2:1 (0:0)
Dstv Premiership League 13/08/2022 19:00 Home Cape Town City FC 2:1 (1:1)
Dstv Premiership League 19/08/2022 18:30 Away Moroka Swallows 3:2 (1:1)
Dstv Premiership League 24/08/2022 18:30 Home Golden Arrows -:-
Dstv Premiership League 3/9/2022 16:30 Away Kaizer Chiefs -:-
Dstv Premiership League 10/9/2022 14:00 Home Chippa United -:-
Dstv Premiership League 17/09/2022 16:30 Away Mamelodi Sundowns -:-
Dstv Premiership League 5/10/2022 16:00 Home Richards Bay FC -:-
Dstv Premiership League 8/10/2022 14:30 Away Marumo Gallants -:-
Dstv Premiership League 14/10/2022 18:30 Away Orlando Pirates -:-
Dstv Premiership League 19/10/2022 16:00 Home Maritzburg United -:-
Dstv Premiership League 29/10/2022 19:00 Home Stellenbosch FC -:-
Dstv Premiership League 31/12/2022 19:00 Away Sekhukhune United -:-
DStv Premiership League 8/1/2023 14:30 Away Royal AM -:-
DStv Premiership League 13/01/2023 18:30 Home Kaizer Chiefs -:-
DStv Premiership League 21/01/2023 19:00 Home Marumo Gallants -:-
DStv Premiership League 29/01/2023 14:30 Away Richards Bay FC -:-
DStv Premiership League 3/2/2023 18:30 Away Maritzburg United -:-
DStv Premiership League 18/02/2023 19:00 Home TS Galaxy -:-
DStv Premiership League 25/02/2023 19:00 Home Royal AM -:-
DStv Premiership League 5/3/2023 14:30 Away Chippa United -:-
DStv Premiership League 18/03/2023 14:30 Away Stellenbosch FC -:-
DStv Premiership League 1/4/2023 19:00 Home Moroka Swallows -:-
DStv Premiership League 9/4/2023 16:30 Away Cape Town City FC -:-
DStv Premiership League 23/04/2023 16:30 Away SuperSport United -:-
DStv Premiership League 29/04/2023 19:00 Home Sekhukhune United -:-
DStv Premiership League 3/5/2023 18:30 Home Mamelodi Sundowns -:-
DStv Premiership League 13/05/2023 14:00 Away Golden Arrows -:-
DStv Premiership League 20/05/2023 14:00 Home Orlando Pirates -:-

Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023


See Also

South Africa PSL Table Standings 2022/2023

South Africa PSL Table Standings 2022/2023

Kaizer Chiefs against Stellenbosch


AmaZulu FC History

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Early history (1932–1973)

AmaZulu, one of South Africa’s oldest clubs, was founded in 1932 by Zulu migrant workers under the name Zulu Royal Conquerors. After Solomon, the then-Zulu king, was introduced to the team, he changed the name to Zulu Royals, changed the team’s colors to royal blue and white, and added a shield to the team’s logo.

Initially, Prince Bayisikili was designated as the team guardian at eMsizini; he was later succeeded by Prince Sithela. By that time, the team’s colors had changed to bottle green and white, and its headquarters were located at the eMbelebeleni Royal Kraal. The team went to play a cup game against SAPPI Homestars at eMandeni on the day of King Bhekizulu’s funeral in 1968, which they lost 4-2. The club was supposed to accompany the King’s coffin on the day of the funeral, but Mr. Shezi, Mr. Nsele, and Mr. Magwaza instead escorted the King while donning the team’s uniform.Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

After that game, there was a fight among the club’s supporters over how the team could play on the day of the Zulu King’s funeral when the team was supposed to be in mourning for the King’s passing. This argument included Prince Sithela. As the argument went on, Mr. Gideon Sibiya and Mr. Ntuli, who had been accompanying the club to eMandeni, decided to take it to eWema instead of eMbelebeleni, where it was no longer accepted.

The team was completely rebuilt at the end of 1970 by the remaining committee members, Mr. Mkhize and Mr. Ralph Mabaso, who also hired players, bought a kit, and named Mr. Bethuel Masondo as the team manager. The club was subsequently registered as Zulu Royals United, with Mr. Bethuel Masondo serving as its sole director. They chose to return the team’s base of operations to eMbelebeleni Royal Kraal.Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

A team from Kwa-Zulu Natal called the African Wanderers was having issues in the National Professional League (NPSL) in 1971, which prompted the NPSL to decide that the Kwa-Zulu Natal Football Association should suspend the African Wanderers from the NPSL and then suggest another team from Kwa-Zulu Natal to take their place. Following that, the Kwa-Zulu Natal Football Association suggested the teams listed below: Young Dribblers, Zulu Royals United, Union Jacks, Durban City All Blacks

Mr. RD Sishi, the then-chairman of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL), decided that Zulu Royal’s United should take the place of the African Wanderers in the NPSL because the Zulu Royals were a team that represented the Zulu Nation from the Royal Kraal and had a larger fan base than the clubs that were suggested.

The African Wanderers were replaced by the Zulu Royals in 1971, and they went on to place sixth overall on the log and win club of the year honors. With 44 points from 26 games and only 2 losses, the club won the N.P.S.L league championship the following year, in 1972.Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023

Zulu Royal experienced a severe setback in 1973 when the club’s manager at the time, Mr. Bethwell Masondo, quit and took a number of important players with him, causing the club to fracture. Following this unfortunate incident, the team experienced a midseason slump that prevented them from successfully defending their league title. The club’s management was taken over by the fans in 1974, and the following year the team changed its name to AmaZulu Football Club. Some fans, led by Mr. Francis Dlamini, the reserve team manager, made the decision to move the team to Bhekizulu Hall and rename it Zulu Royals United, with the nickname “esikotshi.”

Mr. Merikan Madlala from Lamontville and Mr. Ngongoma, Mr. Duma, Mr. Mathe, Mr. Dlamini, Mr. Biyela, and Mr. Nhleko, who had purchased the team for R 4000.00, other directors included Mr. Manana and Mr. Nxumalo.



AmaZulu Squad 2022 

Current squad

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK South Africa RSA Olwethu Mzimela
2 DF South Africa RSA Abbubaker Mobara
4 MF South Africa RSA Tercious Malepe
5 DF South Africa RSA Thembela Sikhakhane
6 DF Zimbabwe ZIM Butholezwe Ncube
7 FW South Africa RSA Bongi Ntuli
8 MF South Africa RSA Makhehlene Makhaula
9 FW Nigeria NGA Augustine Chidi Kwem
10 MF South Africa RSA Sphesihle Maduna
11 FW Malawi MWI Gabadinho Mhango
12 MF South Africa RSA George Maluleka
13 DF South Africa RSA Thendo Mukumela
14 DF Namibia NAM Riaan Hanamub
17 DF South Africa RSA Mbongeni Gumede
18 MF South Africa RSA Ethan Brooks
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 MF South Africa RSA Tshepang Moremi
20 FW South Africa RSA Lehlohonolo Majoro
21 MF The Gambia GAM Matarr Ceesay
24 DF South Africa RSA Veluyeke Zulu
25 DF South Africa RSA Ramahlwe Mphahlele
26 MF South Africa RSA Sbusiso Magaqa
32 DF South Africa RSA Sandile Khumalo
36 MF South Africa RSA Mxolisi Kunene
37 FW South Africa RSA Lindani Shange
38 GK Gabon GAB Jean-Noël Amonome
39 DF South Africa RSA Samkelo Mgwazela
44 GK South Africa RSA Veli Mothwa
45 MF South Africa RSA Keagan Buchanan
49 FW South Africa RSA Lindokuhle Zungu
50 MF Zambia ZAM Larry Bwalya

Match Schedule for Amazulu FC 2022–2023


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