Marumo Gallants players, owner, stadium, coach, trophies, world rankings

Marumo Gallants players, owner, stadium, coach, trophies, world rankings

Kenneth Mwenda
updated at April 12, 2023 at 7:55 PM

In 2021 Marumo Gallants players lifted their first silverware for the club after edging out Chippa United. Legendary Marumo Gallants player Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo scored the 27th-minute goal that secured a whopping R7 million cash award for the club. Abram Sello, the club's chairperson, acquired it in disarray from the former owner in January and aims to revive it into one of the best clubs in South Africa. Join us as we learn more about Marumo Gallants!

Marumo Gallants
Photo: (modified by author)
Source: UGC

This is a South African football club based in Limpopo Province that plays in the PSL. They also play in the DSTV Premiership after purchasing a PSL license status from Tshakuma Tsha Madzivhandila during the 2020/21 season.

Marumo Gallants profile summary

  • Full name: Marumo Gallants Football Club
  • Nickname(s): "Bahlabane Ba Ntwa"
  • Founded: 2015
  • Ground: Peter Mokaba Stadium
  • Capacity: 46 000
  • Chairman: Abram Sello
  • League: South African Premier Division
  • Twitter: @Marumogallants
  • Facebook: Marumo Gallants FC
  • Instagram: @marumogallants
  • Networth: $6.9 million

Marumo Gallants players

As of the 2021/22 season, the club comprises of 40 players, with four being international players. Two of the players also play in their national teams. The full squad include:


  • King Ndlovu
  • Washington Arubi
  • Brighton Mhlongo
  • Simon Mamudzidi


  • Isaac Nhlapo
  • Ayanda Nkili
  • Tshepo Gumede
  • Lehlohonolo Nonyane
  • Tebogo Thangwane
  • Sicelokuhle Hlatshwayo
  • Ndivhuwo Ravhuhali
  • Lebogang Mabotja
  • Matome Kgoetyane
  • Mpho Mvelase


  • Thato Khiba
  • Miguel Timm
  • Farai Madhanaga
  • Sibusiso Khumalo
  • Edgar Manaka
  • Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo
  • Tshepiso Kgamedi
  • Brendon Mokgope
  • Celimpilo Ngema
  • Siphelele Ntshangase
  • Tshwarelo Bereng


  • Mnyamane
  • Monde Mpambaniso
  • Brandon Mokgope
  • Joseph Molangoane
  • Katlego Otladisa
  • Tumiso Mogakwe
  • Maselealo Seanego
  • Sibusiso Nkosi


  • Lerato Lamola
  • Letsie Koapeng
  • Sibusiso Sibeko
  • Maboke Matlakala
  • Sede Junior Dion
  • Zaid Patel
  • Aluwani Nedzamba

Marumo Gallants F.C achievements

The club won the Nedbank Cup back in 2021 and have been in the top league for the last two years. During the time, the club was still known as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club (TTM F.C.)

Marumo Gallants F.C stadium

They host their home matches at Peter Mokaba Stadion. Being an international stadium, it also hosts other different sports competitions as well as cultural activities. It was built in 2009 and has a capacity of 41,733.

Marumo Gallants owner

Marumo Gallants players
Marumo Gallants FC chairperson Abram Sello. Photo: Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images
Source: UGC

Abram Sello is the club's chairperson. According to Sowetan live, Sello acquired the club in disarray from former owner Lawrence Mulaudzi in January. Mulaudzi had possessed the Premier Division franchise of 99-year-old Bidvest Wits at the end of the 2019-20 season‚ but soon ran into financial woes‚ with reports of players not being paid.

When was Marumo Gallants founded?

The PSL club located in Polokwane was founded in 2015 as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC. They later changed to the current name in 2021.

Marumo Gallants coach

Dan Malesela was revealed in November 2021 as the new head coach for the Polokwane based side. The skilled local tactician replaced Sebastien Migne, who was released after an incident with Harris Choeu, the club's technical director.

Marumo Gallants former name

The club was earlier referred as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila before changing in 2021, just after they won their maiden trophy. The Gallants was the fans favourite name even before.

Marumo Gallants FC trophies

Marumo Gallants players
Marumo Gallants players celebrating their first ever Nedbank Cup in May 2021. Photo: @Marumogallants
Source: Facebook

In May 2021, the Limpopo based side lifted its maiden major trophy since the club's formation in 2015. Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo's long range strike was the only goal that helped the club lift the Cup, and the club will leave to remember the player as the Marumo Gallants legend.

  • Nedbank Cup: 2021 winners.

Marumo Gallants F.C history

This is a Polokwane based club in South Africa and plays its home matches at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Formerly known as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club (TTM F.C.), fondly known as The Gallants by the fans, the club was acquired in January 2021 by Ditonkana Abram Sello, a Sekhukhune-born businessman and pharmacist.

Marumo Gallants' F.C. Instagram and other socials

On Instagram, the Marumo Gallants have acquired 3500 followers as of February 2022. The team is also on Twitter with 7760 followers as well as Facebook.

Marumo Gallants F.C net worth

According to sources the club has an estimated value of $6.9 million. It has a squad size of 40, with 4 being foreigners and two playing for their national teams.

Marumo Gallants F.C world ranking

As of February 2022, the team is ranked at position 1503 worldwide. They are at number 235 in Africa and position 19 in South Africa.

For the last two years, Marumo Gallants players have been outstanding in the league, reemphasizing and reinforcing to a giant side in the league. They have great signings in the transfer window, scoping great players on full contracts from European and South African clubs. It is currently at number eleven, aiming to rise even further after completing the 2020/21 season at number twelve.

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Kenneth Mwenda is a business and sports writer with over five years of experience. At Sportsbrief, he contributes to writing biographies and listicles.