Pietersburg Pillars

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Pietersburg Pillars
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Founded 2000
Dissolved 2007
League National First Division

The Pietersburg Pillars was a South African football club.

The club was renamed the City Pillars after the South African government changed the name of the town where the team was based from Pietersberg to Polokwane on 25 February 2005. In December 2006, the franchise was sold to the Morfou brothers who wished to re-introduce the Mpumalanga Black Aces brand to the league following the original club's demise in 2002.

Year Position Division Team name Played Won Drawn Loss Goals for Goals against Points Source
2000/01 7 National First Division Pietersburg Pillars 30 14 4 12 43 37 46 [1]
2001/02 3 National First Division Pietersburg Pillars 30 19 3 8 53 29 60 [2]
2002/03 3 National First Division Pietersburg Pillars 30 19 3 8 54 29 60 [3]
2003/04 3 National First Division Pietersburg Pillars 30 17 7 6 50 28 58 [4]
2004/05 9 National First Division Pietersburg Pillars 34 11 10 13 43 44 43 [5]
2005/06 2 National First Division City Pillars 30 17 8 5 57 36 59 [6]
2006/07 5 National First Division City Pillars 30 13 10 7 53 39 45 [7]

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