Kaizer Chiefs Hosts Supporters at Soccer City Ahead of the New DStv Premiership Season
- Several hundred Kaizer Chiefs supporters have turned up at Soccer City as part of the club's family day event
- The fans got to interact with management, coaching staff and players of the Amakhosi
- The club hopes that its revered "12th man" can inspire it to silverware after an extended barren run
According to the club's website, aim of the special event is to ensure the Amakhosi Family is united as supporters engage with the players before the start of the season.
Marketing and commercial director Jessica Motaung said:
"This is for “Unity In Action” as it is important to go into this season united and ready to deal with opponents. We would like to thank our sponsors and partners such as Vodacom, Toyota and Stadium Management South Africa for coming on board and making sure the day is a success.
“Something special is happening at Kaizer Chiefs. The man, Arthur Zwane has answered the call, support him.”
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“We’ve got something special. From this season there will be unity and joy. We want to make you happy and bring you together. When teams come here to FNB stadium. They coming here to donate points.”
The Amakhosi will kick the season off next weekend against nemesis Royal AM, which swept them home and away last season in the DStv Premiership as well as in the DStv Diski Challenge.
Kaizer Chiefs' digital boss Kemiso Motaung confirms Amakhosi will launch women's team
Head of Kaizer Chiefs' digital department Kemiso Motaung confirmed that the club would form a women's team at some point this season.
As reported by Sports Brief, Motaung said this amid the ongoing euphoria resulting from Banyana Banyana emerging victorious at the recent 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.
Sports Brief observed the head of marketing Jessica Motaung say during a live appearance on SuperSport that she had been inspired by the senior national women's team's success to ensure that the Amakhosi, the most supported team in the country, had its own women's side.