2009–10 SAFA Second Division

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Vodacom League
Season 2009–10
Champions FC AK
Promoted FC AK and Blackburn Rovers

The 2009–10 SAFA Second Division season, also known as Vodacom League due to a sponsoring deal at the time, took place in South Africa between August and April. The season was scheduled to begin and end one month earlier than normal, due to the country's 2010 FIFA World Cup preparation. The league is the third tier of South African football, and is divided geographically into five divisions in the Coastal Stream and four divisions in the Inland Stream.

Coastal Stream[edit]

Eastern Cape Province[edit]

Eastern Cape within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Blackburn Rovers 30 23 3 4 65 21 44 72
2 Tornado 30 20 6 4 52 25 27 66
3 Bush Bucks 30 18 7 5 66 19 47 61
4 O.R. Tambo D.C. 30 15 7 8 43 24 19 52
5 Young Stars 30 13 7 10 37 42 -5 46
6 Bay Academy 30 11 9 10 32 32 0 42
7 Royals 30 11 8 11 38 33 5 41
8 Hotspurs
(new name: Matta Milan)
30 10 8 12 38 41 -3 38
9 Tembu Royals 30 10 8 12 29 33 -4 38
10 Manchester United 30 10 7 13 38 51 -13 37
11 Cloud 9 30 10 6 14 28 41 -13 36
12 Mthata Liverpool 30 9 5 16 24 43 -19 32
13 Matat Professionals 30 6 11 13 30 45 -15 29
14 The Guys
(new name: Buffalo)
30 5 12 13 32 46 -14 27
15 Mighty Greens 30 6 6 18 35 61 -26 24
16 African Juventus 30 4 8 18 31 61 -30 20

Leaving for 2010-11: Blackburn Rovers (promoted), African Juventus (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Happy Brothers (promoted), Kokstad Liverpool (promoted).

Free State Province[edit]

Free State within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Roses United 30 26 4 0 73 15 58 82
2 Maluti Fet College 30 22 6 2 69 25 44 72
3 Bloemfontein Young Tigers 30 17 6 7 50 29 21 57
4 Tower United 30 14 7 9 60 46 14 49
5 Hellas
(new name: Celtic Colts)
30 13 5 12 49 39 10 44
6 Botshabelo 30 11 10 9 48 44 4 43
7 Harmony 30 12 6 12 36 29 7 42
8 Moving Spurs 30 13 2 15 40 45 -5 41
9 Sasolburg Juventus 30 11 8 11 41 47 -6 41
10 Mangaung City 30 11 7 12 49 60 -11 40
11 Super Eagles 30 10 6 14 38 47 -9 36
12 Free State Arsenal
(new name: Free State Champs)
30 8 5 17 27 55 -28 29
13 Liverpool BTX 30 7 7 16 32 44 -12 28
14 Harrismith United 30 7 4 19 24 53 -29 25
15 Welkom Real Hearts 30 7 3 20 26 57 -31 24
16 Milan United 30 5 6 19 22 49 -27 21

Leaving for 2010-11: Welkom Real Hearts (relegated), Milan United (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Bubchu United (promoted), United All Tigers (promoted).

KwaZulu-Natal Province[edit]

KwaZulu-Natal within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Island 30 22 4 4 70 26 44 70
2 African Wanderers 30 21 5 4 61 23 38 68
3 Newcastle Sicilians 30 17 6 7 48 30 18 57
4 Amajuba United Killers 30 14 7 9 45 36 9 49
5 KwaMashu All Stars 30 13 8 9 47 36 11 47
6 Wembezi Juventus 30 14 2 14 42 41 1 44
7 Sobantu Shooting Stars 30 12 5 13 36 32 4 41
8 Rangers
(new name: Real Classic)
30 11 6 13 36 37 -1 39
9 Durban Warriors 30 10 9 11 23 25 -2 39
10 Abaqulusi 30 10 8 12 36 48 -12 38
11 Dundee XI Experience 30 10 7 13 42 47 -5 37
12 Globe City
(new name: Durban Stars)
30 10 7 13 35 43 -8 37
13 Bright Stars 30 10 6 14 41 47 -6 36
14 Maritzburg City 30 10 3 17 34 50 -16 33
15 Brazil 30 8 8 14 29 49 -20 32
16 Durban Stars
(will merge with Globe City)
30 2 1 27 17 72 -55 7

Leaving for 2010-11: Brazil (relegated), Durban Stars (2nd team will disband).
Joining for 2010-11: SAPS Callies (promoted), Gqikazi All Stars (promoted).

Northern Cape Province[edit]

Northern Cape within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Kakamas Sundowns 30 19 6 5 56 22 34 63
2 Wings United 30 18 8 4 61 28 33 62
3 Real Madrid 30 18 5 7 57 34 23 59
4 Olympics 30 16 7 7 51 28 23 55
5 Young Pirates 30 15 10 5 43 21 22 55
6 Steach United 30 16 6 8 59 43 16 54
7 William Prescod 30 11 9 10 49 39 10 42
8 Kakamas Juventus 30 10 12 8 57 55 2 42
9 Charlton 30 10 10 10 44 37 7 40
10 Morester Jeug 30 10 7 13 44 68 -24 37
11 Wanderers 30 9 6 15 49 69 -20 33
12 Kakamas Cosmos 30 7 8 15 33 48 -15 29
13 Amalawus 30 8 5 17 28 48 -20 29
14 Louisvale Pirates 30 7 3 20 31 62 -31 24
15 Namaqua Stars 30 4 9 17 29 42 -13 21
16 Kuruman Rovers 30 5 3 22 34 81 -47 18

Leaving for 2010-11: Namaqua Stars (relegated), Kuruman Rovers (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: North East Celtics (promoted), Ray Madrid (promoted).

Western Cape Province[edit]

Western Cape within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Mitchells Plain United 30 21 7 2 71 25 46 70
2 Milano United 30 21 5 4 64 23 41 68
3 WP United 30 14 7 9 45 33 12 49
4 Mr Price Parkhurst
(new name: Cape Town All Stars)
30 14 7 9 44 33 11 49
5 Old Mutual Academy 30 12 9 9 47 40 7 45
6 Baltic Rangers 30 11 9 10 56 44 12 42
7 Mbekweni United 30 10 9 11 35 42 -7 39
8 Knysna Bafana 30 10 9 11 42 58 -16 39
9 Kuils River
(new name: Tygerberg)
30 10 8 12 32 35 -3 38
10 Ajax Cape Town U19 30 10 7 13 52 54 -2 37
11 Battswood 30 11 4 15 34 37 -3 37
12 Royal Blues 30 10 6 14 36 55 -19 36
13 Mbekweni Cosmos
(new name: Chippa United)
30 10 5 15 48 48 0 35
14 Steenberg United 30 9 8 13 32 36 -4 35
15 Stellenbosch University 30 7 10 13 37 46 -9 31
16 Briton Stars 30 4 2 24 23 89 -66 14

Leaving for 2010-11: Stellenbosch University (relegated), Briton Stars (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Beaufortwest City (promoted), Jomo Powers (promoted), Ikapa Sporting (relegated).

Inland Stream[edit]

Gauteng Province[edit]

Gauteng within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC AK 32 23 7 2 68 32 36 76
2 M Tigers 32 22 6 4 52 29 23 72
3 Soweto Panthers 32 18 8 6 59 31 28 62
4 Trabzon 32 15 8 9 48 36 12 53
5 City Tigers
(new name: The Vardos)
32 15 8 9 36 35 1 53
6 Highlands Park 32 13 10 9 38 32 6 49
7 Bid Boys 32 12 10 10 53 47 6 46
8 Lusitano
(new name: Blackpool)
32 14 4 14 28 35 -7 46
9 Yebo Yes United 32 11 7 14 46 40 6 40
10 African All Stars 32 10 9 13 52 53 -1 39
11 Arcadia Shepherds 32 10 8 14 44 48 -4 38
12 Berea - Albion 32 7 15 10 33 37 -4 36
13 Real Barcelona 32 9 8 15 35 45 -10 35
14 Alexandra United 32 7 12 13 29 41 -12 33
15 Benoni Premier United 32 7 8 17 32 60 -28 29
16 Senaoana Blackpool 32 7 1 24 27 59 -32 22
17 Abakah 32 6 3 23 28 48 -20 21

Leaving for 2010-11: FC AK (promoted), Senaoana Blackpool (relegated), Abakah (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Supersport United 2nd team (promoted), Lesedi Shooting Stars (promoted).

Limpopo Province[edit]

Limpopo within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Peace Lovers 30 26 3 1 95 18 77 81
2 Limpopo United
(new name: Phalaborwa Real Rovers)
30 24 4 2 75 13 62 76
3 All Nation Shining Stars
(new name: Vhembe)
30 23 4 3 58 20 38 73
4 Naughty Boys 30 20 2 8 57 21 36 62
5 Baroka 30 16 6 8 59 28 31 54
6 Dundee United
(new name: Phungo All Stars)
30 13 8 9 52 42 10 47
7 The Dolphins 30 10 8 12 34 35 -1 38
8 Mighty 30 11 4 15 38 47 -9 37
9 Modimolle Aces 30 10 4 16 40 45 -5 34
10 Lephalale Young Killers 30 10 4 16 37 46 -9 34
11 Lephalale Young Cosmos
(new name: Nobela All Stars)
30 10 4 16 51 64 -13 34
12 Fanang Diatla 30 8 5 17 26 60 -34 29
13 Mahwelereng United
(new name: Karee Young Stars)
30 7 6 17 31 73 -42 27
14 Tebcon 30 6 3 21 25 80 -55 21
15 Bahwiti 30 5 5 20 33 87 -54 20
16 Z. Mathote Elephants 30 3 6 21 14 46 -32 15

Leaving for 2010-11: Tebcon (relegated), Bahwiti (relegated), Z. Mathote Elephants (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Blue Rocks (promoted), Maniini All Blacks (promoted), Winners Park (relegated).

Mpumalanga Province[edit]

Mpumalanga within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Mologadi 30 21 2 7 63 20 43 65
2 Barberton City Stars 30 16 9 5 68 39 29 57
3 Secunda Stars 29 17 6 6 58 37 21 57
4 Mighty Mega Force 30 16 8 6 47 22 25 56
5 Witbank Citylads
(new name: Calaska)
30 15 4 11 47 43 4 49
6 Aces Academy
(new name: Amazayoni)
30 13 8 9 44 27 17 47
7 Manchester
(new name: Sivutsa Stars)
30 12 8 10 46 43 3 44
8 Benfica 29 11 10 8 41 38 3 43
9 ELB Movers
(new name: Mbombela United)
30 11 3 16 37 46 -9 36
10 Middleburg Mighty Saints 30 10 5 15 42 50 -8 35
11 MP Highlanders 30 10 5 15 32 60 -28 35
12 Sekhukhune Lions 30 7 10 13 27 38 -11 31
13 Enhlanzeni Barcelona
(new name: Phiva Young Stars)
30 7 9 14 42 60 -18 30
14 Henemat 30 8 4 18 34 60 -26 28
15 Citizen 30 7 6 17 32 57 -25 27
16 York 30 6 7 17 35 55 -20 25

Leaving for 2010-11: Citizen (relegated), York (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Lynville All Stars (promoted), Thabo All Stars (promoted).

North-West Province[edit]

North West within the Republic of South Africa
Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Garankuwa United 30 20 6 4 72 20 52 66
2 City of Matlosana United 30 19 6 5 78 33 45 63
3 North West University 30 16 7 7 54 33 21 55
4 North West Shining Stars 30 14 10 6 44 29 15 52
5 Als Puk Tawana 30 12 11 7 66 37 29 47
6 Impala Warriors 30 10 13 7 36 38 -2 43
7 Inter SA 30 12 6 12 42 46 -4 42
8 RNB 54
(new name: Soshanguve Sunshine)
30 11 8 11 60 66 -6 41
9 Kgale United
(new name: Rustenburg Sea Eagles)
30 11 8 11 59 72 -13 41
10 Klerksdorp Digagabi
(new name: Real Stars)
30 10 9 11 45 41 4 39
11 Southern NW Stars 30 9 5 16 43 62 -19 32
12 Moretele United 30 8 7 15 41 48 -7 31
13 Mothupi Birds Utd 30 9 3 18 38 51 -13 30
14 Oxygen 30 7 8 15 37 55 -18 29
15 Sea Rovers 30 5 10 15 39 74 -35 25
16 Bophirima NW Stars 30 5 7 18 31 80 -49 22

Leaving for 2010-11: Sea Rovers (relegated), Bophirima NW Stars (relegated).
Joining for 2010-11: Mamusa United (promoted), Bakubung BK (promoted).

Playoff stage[edit]

The nine provincial winners were drawn into a round robin stage. The five Coastal stream teams and four Inland stream teams were put respectively into Group A and Group B. All the playoff matches were played from April 6–12, at two big stadiums in the Mpumalanga region: Themba Senamela Stadium in Mhluzi, Middelburg and Ackerville Stadium in eMalahleni. The respective winners of the two groups, would both gain promotion to the National First Division, beside meeting each other in a last show-off final, where only the champion honour was at stake.[1][2]

Group A (Coastal)[edit]

Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Blackburn Rovers (Eastern Cape) 4 3 0 1 10 4 6 9
2 Mitchells Plain United (Western Cape) 4 2 1 1 9 -4 5 7
3 Roses United (Free State) 4 2 1 1 9 -4 5 7
4 Island (KwaZulu-Natal) 4 1 1 2 5 -9 4 4
5 Kakamas Sundowns (Northern Cape) 4 0 1 3 4 -19 -15 1

Group B (Inland)[edit]

Pos Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC AK (Gauteng) 3 2 1 0 9 -3 6 7
2 Peace Lovers (Limpopo) 3 1 2 0 6 -3 3 5
3 Mologadi (Mpumalanga) 3 1 0 2 4 -10 -6 3
4 Garankuwa United (North West) 3 0 1 2 3 -6 -3 1

Playoff final[edit]

12 April 2010
FC AK 3 - 2 Blackburn Rovers
Report

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