2008–09 Nedbank Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from 2009 Nedbank Cup)
Jump to: navigation, search
2008-09 Nedbank Cup
ke yona (the one)
Official Logo
Country  South Africa
Teams 32
Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns
Champions Moroka Swallows
Matches played 28
Goals scored 78 (2.79 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) 3 goals
Serero (Ajax Cape Town)

Nedbank Cup is a South African club football (soccer) tournament. The knockout tournament, based on the English FA Cup format, carries a 'David versus Goliath' theme. The competition was sponsored by ABSA until 2007, after which Nedbank took over sponsorship.


The 16 Premier Soccer League clubs, 8 National First Division teams, as well as 8 teams from the amateur ranks compete for the prize money of R6 million. The winner also qualifies for the CAF Confederation Cup.

The teams are not seeded at any stage, and the first 16 sides drawn out of the hat receive a home-ground advantage. There are no longer any replays in the tournament, and any games which end in a draw after 90 minutes are subject to 30 minutes extra time followed by penalties if necessary.


The 32 teams competing in the Nedbank Cup competition are: (listed according to the league that they are playing in).

Premier Soccer League[edit]

National First Division[edit]

Vodacom League[edit]


Preliminary Round[edit]

The preliminary round saw the National First Division sides play each other is a knockout round to decide who will compete in the 2009 Nedbank Cup. All the game were played on 16 December 2008 and the winners of each game went into the draw to determine the fixtures for the first round.


Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter finals   Semi finals   Finals
Ikapa Sporting 2  
Durban Stars 0     Ikapa Sporting 1  
Maluti FET College 1   Winners Park 2  
Winners Park 2       Winners Park 3(2)  
Nathi Lions 1(7)       Ajax Cape Town 3(4)  
Garankuwa United 1(6)     Nathi Lions 0
Thistle Groove 0   Ajax Cape Town 1  
Ajax Cape Town 3       Ajax Cape Town 1  
Blackburn Rovers 2       Pretoria University 2  
Pretoria University 4     Pretoria University 4  
Kaizer Chiefs 1   Kaizer Chiefs 3  
Free State Stars 0       Pretoria University 1
Mpumalanga Black Aces 0(2)       Bloemfontein Celtic 0  
Bloemfontein Celtic 0(4)     Bloemfontein Celtic 2
Orlando Pirates 2   Orlando Pirates 1  
Supersport United 0       Pretoria University 0
Peace Lovers 1       Moroka Swallows 1
Real Madrid 0     Peace Lovers 0  
Moroka Swallows 3   Moroka Swallows 4  
Bidvest Wits 1       Moroka Swallows 2  
Santos 2       Maritzburg United 0  
Milano United 1     Santos 1
Maritzburg United 3   Maritzburg United 2  
Thanda Royal Zulu 2       Moroka Swallows 2
Newcastle Sicillians 2(1)       Black Leopards 1  
Bay United 2(3)     Bay United 1(4)  
Black Leopards 1   Black Leopards 1(5)  
AmaZulu 0       Black Leopards 3
Carara Kicks 1       Platinum Stars 0  
Mamelodi Sundowns 3     Mamelodi Sundowns 0
Platinum Stars 1(5)   Platinum Stars 1  
Golden Arrows 1(3)  

First Round (Round of 32)[edit]

15:00 2009-03-08
Newcastle Sicillians
Vodacom League
2 - 2 Bay United
Premier Soccer League
Madi Goal 34'
Masuku Goal 67'
Report Goal 7' Chalwe
Goal 44' Ngangqu
1 – 3

19:30 2009-03-11
Peace Lovers
Vodacom League
1 – 0 Real Madrid
Vodacom League
Machete Goal 56' Report

Teams Qualified for Second Round[edit]

Second Round (Round of 16)[edit]

Orlando Pirates have been handed a tricky tie in the Last 16 of the Nedbank Cup, but Kaizer Chiefs will back their chances against First Division side AmaTuks.

Bucs will travel to Bloemfontein to face PSL strugglers Bloemfontein Celtic, who will be counting on their incredible home support to see them past the high-flying Soweto side.

Chiefs have been paired with Pretoria University, while Mamelodi Sundowns face a tough task against Miguel Gamondi's Platinum Stars.

Peace Lovers, the last remaining Vodacom League side in the draw, have been rewarded for their win against Real Madrid with a home tie against Moroka Swallows.

The continued unavailability of venues due to preparations for the 2009 Fifa Confederations and 2010 World Cup is giving several clubs a king size headache just hours after the Nedbank Cup Last 16 draw.

Teams Qualified for Quarter Finals[edit]


[6] Only the strongest have survived to reach the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals draw held in Johannesburg on the morning of 23 March 2009.

The draw was without the big three teams.

Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns were knocked out by a gallant Platinum Stars on Sunday afternoon 22 March 2009.

Sundowns' exit was not the only shock of the tournament, as Kaizer Chiefs lost to First Division team Pretoria University and Pirates also lost to Bloemfontein Celtic.

Teams Qualified for Semi Finals[edit]


[7] On Tuesday 14 April 2009 the First Division giant killers Pretoria University drew their third successive Premier Soccer League side in the form of Ajax Cape Town when the draw for the semifinal of the country's biggest knockout competition was made.

In the other semifinal another First Division giant killer, Black Leopards, will play Moroka Swallows.


Top Goal scorers[edit]

Scorer Club Goals
South Africa Thulani Serero Ajax Cape Town 3
South Africa Thabo Mongalo Black Leopards
South Africa Mark Haskins Moroka Swallows
South Africa Phenyo Mongala Pretoria University
South Africa Tsepo Malesa Winners Park 2
South Africa Themba Maloyi Blackburn Rovers
South Africa Surprise Moriri Mamelodi Sundowns
South Africa Sandile Ndlovu Moroka Swallows
South Africa Mthokozisi Yende Pretoria University
South Africa Franklin Cale Ajax Cape Town
South Africa Fadlu Davids Maritzburg United
South Africa Dennis Chauke Winners Park
56 different players scored 1 goal each. 1
Total goals scored in 2009 Nedbank Cup.[10] 84

External links[edit]

Notes and references[edit]