Richest soccer clubs South Africa 2018

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Richest soccer clubs South Africa

Richest soccer clubs South Africa

With each passing season, the market value of a professional club can either decrease, increase or stay the same based on their league positions, players on their books and cup runs. So what are the values of the 16 PSL clubs for new season?

After taking a look at Transfermarkt, I have drawn up a table of what they value the clubs at, and it includes new arrivals in Golden Arrows and Jomo Cosmos.

Richest soccer clubs South Africa

Mamelodi Sundowns
Total Market Value: R154.7 million

Kaizer Chiefs
Total Market Value: R123.5 million

SuperSport United
Total Market Value: R107.64 million

Bidvest Wits
Total Market Value: R100.1 million

Orlando Pirates
Total Market Value: R93.34 million

Platinum Stars
Total Market Value: R75.4 million

Mpumalanga Black Aces
Total Market Value: R72.54 million

Bloemfontein Celtic
Total Market Value: R63.44 million

Ajax Cape Town
Total Market Value: R54.34 million

Chippa United
Total Market Value: R52.39 million

University of Pretoria
Total Market Value: R48.1 million

Polokwane City
Total Market Value: R47.45 million

Maritzburg United
Total Market Value: R43.29 million

Free State Stars
Total Market Value: R38.09 million

Golden Arrows
Total Market Value: R27.3 million

Jomo Cosmos
Total Market Value: R21.19 million

Interesting to see how Pirates are sitting in fifth place after their disappointing league positions in the last two years. If they manage to rake in more cups and sign big players, I am sure their value will go up.

Unsurprisingly, Chiefs and Sundowns dominate at the top of the table, while the newly promoted Arrows and Cosmos are at the bottom. They will need to stay up next year to see their values increase. Richest soccer club South Africa

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Football has now become an integral part of our daily routine across the globe. Not only has football been loved by many also it has turned into one of the most lucrative business venture in South Africa.

According to reports, Premier Soccer League is the seventh most earned sponsorship revenue in the world.

As part of indapaper.com to get their readers well vest with the PSL, we bring to you top most richest clubs in South Africa.

Source: indapaper 

PSL Big Three Africa’s Five Richest Owners?

There is no doubting the financial power Mamelodi Sundowns owner Patrice Motsepe has, but in a story written by a site called Ventures, Kaizer Motaung and Dr Irvin Khoza are named as the top five African millionaire owners. Can you guess their net worth?

Patrice Motsepe (Mamelodi Sundowns)– Net Worth: R19.38 billion

Motsepe, who acquired the club in 2003, made most of his money through his company, African Rainbow Minerals and it is said that his value is worth R19.38 billion.

Since taking ownership of the Chloorkop outfit, the 54-year-old has seen the Brazilians go on to lift five PSL titles, as well as two Nedbank Cups, one Telkom Knockout, one MTN8, and three Telkom Knockout Charity Cups.

Kaizer Motaung Senior (Kaizer Chiefs) – Net Worth: R70 million

A groundbreaker when it comes to defining the Premier Soccer League in what it is today, Kaizer created one of the most popular clubs in Africa. Since their birth in 1970, the Glamour Boys have tasted endless success and they are not only a club but a lifestyle too, as they sell everything from irons to funeral cover. According to Ventures, Motaung’s value back in 2013 was said to be worth R70 million.

Dr Irvin Khoza (Orlando Pirates) – Net Worth: R120 million

After being appointed as secretary to the club in 1980, Khoza worked his way up the ranks and swiftly became the owner of the club in 1991. The “Iron Duke” has played a massive role in promoting football in the country and it was because of his help in the World Cup bid that South Africa hosted the 2010 World Cup, along with the late Nelson Mandela. Khoza’s value is said to be at around R120 million.

The remaining two richest owners that come from Africa is TP Mazembe’s Moise Chapwe (net worth of: R800 million), and Hull City’s chairman Assem Allam (net worth: R17 billion).

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Richest soccer clubs South Africa

The ABSA PSL season for 2017/18 has kicked off. As of publishing this video the season is 10 games in per team. As I said in my video about “Top 10 highest paid footballers in South Africa’s ABSA PSL” I am going to take a look at the total market value of the teams. This list is based on each of the clubs player’s net worth. This list won’t take into account sponsorships for the club or sales such as tickets or merchandise.

Let’s count some stuff. Here are the “Top 10 Wealthiest ABSA Premier Soccer League (PSL) Clubs.”

10 Polokwane City est. R69 million

Polokwane City FC name was established in 2012 after the club franchise was sold to new owners. The club was then moved from Port Elizabeth to Polokwane City. Before the acquisition the club was Bay United. In May 2013 the club was promoted to the Premier Soccer League from the National First Division.

09 Chippa United FC est. R73 million

Chippa United FC name was established in 2010 when Paarl based Mbekweni Cosmos Vodacom League franchise was purchased. In 2012 Chippa finished the debut NFD season in 2nd place and won promotion the PSL via the play-offs. The club finished the 2012/13 PSL season in 15th place and were relegated after failing to win the play-offs. They did win the NFD in the 2013/14 season and were promoted to the PSL were they have remained since.

08 Lamontville Golden Arrows est. R88 million

It was founded in 1943. The club played in the then National Professional Soccer League until they were relegated in 1976. They played in the Second Division until 1980 when they were thrown out of the National Professional Soccer League. In 1996 Ntokozo FC Second Division franchise was purchased and was renamed to Lamontville Golden Arrows. In 2000 they were promoted to the PSL. They did get relegated to NFD in 2013/14 season and got promoted at the end of the following season.

07 Ajax Cape Town est. R93 million

Ajax Cape Town was formed in 1999 when two Cape Town based teams Seven Stars and Cape Town Spurs were combined as a result of AFC Ajax expanding their worldwide feeder program to South Africa. Ajax has been in the PSL since the 1999/00 season and has never won the league. They can console themselves in knowing that they did beat Kazier Chiefs in their first official game.

06 Cape Town City est. 102 million

Cape Town City football club was formed in 2016 after the purchase of Mpumalanga Black Aces franchise. The team was renamed and relocated to Cape Town. Cape Town football club originally dates back to the 1960s.

05 SuperSport United est. R145 million

The name SuperSport United was established in 1994 when M-Net purchased Pretoria City in the National Soccer League. They have been playing in the top flight ever since and have even won the Premier Soccer league title on 3 occasions consecutively.

04 Orlando Pirates est. R156 million

Orlando Pirates was established in 1937 in Orlando East, Soweto. The club was initially called Orlando Boys Club. They won the Division Two title and gained promotion to Division One in 1944. At which point the club was renamed to Orlando Pirates. The club has won the PSL title 4 times.

03 Kaizer Chiefs est. R160 million

The club was founded in 1970 when Kaizer Motaung returned from the United States where had had been playing for Atlanta Chiefs. He combined his first name and with Atlanta Chiefs to create Kaizer Chiefs. Isn’t that nice. Kaizer Chiefs have won the Premier Soccer League title four times. Just as a side note. The club is the most supported team with over 16 million fans.

02 Bidvest Wits est. R189 million

Bidvest Wits was originally founded in 1921 making it one of the oldest football clubs in South Africa. The club was previously known as Wit University FC. It’s not the same as the current Wits University FC who represent the University of the Witwatersrand based in Johannesburg. So don’t get the two  confused. The club won promotion to the National Football League in 1975. In 2005 they finished at the bottom of the PSL and were relegated. They won the Mvela Golden League (National First Division) and gained promotion to the PSL in 2006/06 season. Bidvest Wits are the current defending PSL champions as they won the 2016/17 season.

01 Mamelodi Sundows est. R203 million

Mamelodi Sundows became an official football clubin 1970. Sundows gained promotion to the National Soccer League in 1983. Sundows have won the Premier Soccer League title a record of 7 times. They are currently the most successful tea nub the PSL. Patrice Motsepe bought the club in 2004.

 

Richest soccer clubs South Africa

Richest soccer clubs South Africa

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