NFL Cup (association football)

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South Africa Castle Cup
Founded 1959
Abolished 1977
Most successful club(s) Highlands Park F.C. (6 titles)

The NFL Cup was the cup competition of the National Football League in South Africa under Apartheid . It was established in 1959 and disbanded in 1977. The competition and only eligible to teams made up of White South Africans. It was widely known as the Castle Cup due to its sponsorship from Castle Breweries.

Previous winners[edit]

Year Winners Runner-up
1959 Rangers Germiston Callies
1960 Durban City Johannesburg Ramblers
1961 Highlands Park Durban City
1962 Durban City Johannesburg Ramblers
1963 Addington Southern Suburbs
1964 Durban City Jewish Guild
1965 Highlands Park Arcadia United
1966 Highlands Park Arcadia United
1967 Highlands Park Rangers
1968 Durban City Highlands Park
1969 Maritzburg Cape Town City
1970 Cape Town City Highlands Park
1971 Cape Town City Durban City
1972 Durban United Durban City
1973 Highlands Park Florida Albion
1974 Arcadia Shepherds Highlands Park
1975 Highlands Park Arcadia Shepherds
1976 Cape Town City Hellenic
1977 Lusitano Durban United

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "South Africa Cup History". rsssf.com. Retrieved 3 May 2010.