24/02/2016 - 28/02/2016

Gauteng 2015

Congratulations to Torino FC
  • Tournament winner
    Champions Torino FC
  • Tournament runners up
    Runners up Supersport United FC
  • Tournament third place
    Third place Orlando Pirates FC

Gauteng 2018 March 19th 2018

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Gauteng 2018

Clubs that took part

Future Champions around the world

Key moments of Gauteng 2015


Bidvest Wits

Bidvest Wits and University of Pretoria played the tournament opener, with Wits running out 2-1 winners against their Gauteng rivals.

Their goals came from national Under-17 player Reeve Frosler and Luvuyo Mkatshane, while Nhlanhla Tsomele netted for the AmaTuks juniors.


Orlando Pirates

Orlando Pirates FC picked up the most impressive win on the opening day when they defeated English side Sunderland AFC 1-0.

It was a close battle between the sides, but the game was ultimately decided by a goal from Katlego Mtwisha, who got his team off to a positive start.


Jomo Cosmos

Another South African team, Jomo Cosmos, ran out 1-0 victors over Zambian side K-Stars as Teboho Moloi scored for them to grab the three point


Ado Den Haag

Dutch side ADO Den Haag got their campaign off to a positive start with a 1-0 success over Namibian outfit Oryx FC, Loyd van der Wilden scored in another hard-fought encounter.



Italian side Torino claimed a narrow 1-0 success over home side SuperSport United as Matteo Tobaldo found the back of the net.



Brazilian side Cruzeiro opened their campaign with a win as they defeated Ferroviario de Maputo from Mozambique 1-0, with Jose Gabriel getting the game’s only goal.


The action continues with six more matches on Tuesday (24th March 2015) as the teams jostle for semi-final places. Entrance to the games is free.


SuperSport United

Gauteng side SuperSport United put in the performance of the day as they defeated Brazilian club Cruzeiro 3-1 on the second day of the 2015 Future Champions Gauteng International Tournament at the Football Training Centre in Pimville, Soweto