Please note that we currently don't cover all seasons, so the data may not be complete. FBref is the most comprehensive source of women's soccer data on the Internet. It includes the entire history of the FIFA Women's World Cup, as well as the last seasons of nine countries' domestic leagues, including advanced statistics such as the expected goals for most of those nine countries. Keep in mind that players' records may not be complete for their careers.
Players can come from leagues that we don't currently cover or move to them. This problem will disappear over time as we add new leagues and seasons. In the future we will never have less data than we have today. Tickets can be purchased through Liverpool's website before the start of the season, and one of them entitles you to a designated seat for each match.
Fans can choose their seats for the season in any of the stands, ensuring they don't miss a moment of the action. To buy an official ticket through the club to see Liverpool play in Anfield, you must be a member of the club. The Sundowns Football Club originated around Marabastad, a cosmopolitan area in the northwest of the financial district of Pretoria, in the early 1960s, where it was created by a group of young people who lived in the area. The club was liquidated and the soccer family Angelo and Natasha Tsichlas spoke to the bank and saved the club.
In 1969, Ingle Jinx Sigh, one of the founding players of the Sundowns and later owner of Marabastad Sundowns and Pretoria City (which later became Supersport United), decided to sell the club to Dr. Under the tutelage of Screamer Tshabalala, the Sundowns played an entertaining and effective style of soccer that became known as The Shoe Shine and Piano. The club played in the 2001 CAF Champions League final, where it was defeated 4-1 on aggregate by the Egyptian club Al Ahly. Although the Sundowns were well-deserved national champions, they surprisingly collapsed in continental club competitions, after having invested in creating a squad fit to fight for African honors.
On Tuesday, 34 days after being eliminated from the African Champions League, South African club Mamelodi Sundowns, which was spending a lot of money, was reinstated. The postponement of the Sundowns came after the disqualification of AS Vita Club of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which was expelled from the competition for using a player who did not play by default during a draw early in the round. The club has 1 appearance in the 1994 African Cup of Champions Clubs and 14 games in the CAF Champions League from 1999 until now. However, the club was unable to defend Ohlsson's challenge and BP's top eight title and the Tuane era came to an end, with Angelo Tsichlas leading the team as provisional coach until the club named Trott Moloto and, shortly after, Stan Lapot.
JOHANNESBURG - The first heavyweight match of the new season of the DSTV Premiership between Mamelodi Sundowns and the Kaizer Chiefs will be played before an audience with maximum capacity at Loftus Versfeld, after tickets for the match sold out on Friday morning. In 2004, mining magnate Patrice Motsepe bought a 51% stake in the club and subsequently took full control of the club by buying the remaining shares, thus becoming the sole owner and shareholder of the club. In soccer nations, big soccer clubs arouse interest and passion, said Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena. By the end of 1986, the club had won the Mainstay Cup in a 1-0 fight against Jomo Cosmos at Ellis Park and goalkeeper Mark Anderson was chosen Footballer of the Year due to the arrival of new players.
The Sundowns is owned by South African business magnate Patrice Motsepe and is one of the most valuable clubs in Africa, by market value...