Tournament
History


Stadiums



Fixtures



Accreditation

 
Vodacom Challenge Records
Participating Clubs (15): Kaizer Chiefs (10), Orlando Pirates (10), Asante Kotoko (2), AS V Club (2), FC St Eloi Lupopo (2),
Manchester United (2), TP Mazembe Englebert (2), Africa Sports (1), ASEC Abidjan (1), Dynamos (1),
Esperance (1), Green Buffaloes (1), Hearts of Oak (1), Manchester City (1), Tottenham Hotspur (1)
Winners: Kaizer Chiefs (5), Orlando Pirates (2), AS V Club (1), FC St Eloi Lupopo (1),
Manchester United (1), Tottenham Hotspur (1)
Runners-up: Kaizer Chiefs (4), Orlando Pirates (2), Asante Kotoko (1), Esperance (1), Manchester City (1),
Manchester United (1), TP Mazembe Englebert (1)

 

 

Clubs Records

Club
P
W
D
L
GF
GA
Africa Sports 
2
0
0
2
1
4
Asante Kotoko
4
0
3
1
3
4
ASEC Abidjan
2
0
0
2
1
4
AS V Club
4
1
3
0
6
5
Dynamos
2
1
0
1
3
4
Esperance
2
1
0
1
2
4
FC St Eloi Lupopo
4
1
1
2
4
7
Green Buffaloes
2
0
0
2
1
3
Hearts of Oak
2
0
1
1
0
1
Kaizer Chiefs
25
9
8
8
23
20
Manchester City
3
1
0
2
1
3
Manchester United
6
4
2
0
11
1
Orlando Pirates
23
9
7
7
27
27
Tottenham Hotspur
3
3
0
0
7
2
TP Mazembe
4
0
3
1
2
3


 

Biggest Winning Margin

Biggest winning margin: Kaizer Chiefs 0 Manchester United 4 (2008)
Orlando Pirates 0 Manchester United 4 (2006)
Biggest winning margin
in final:
Kaizer Chiefs 0 Manchester United 4 (2008)


 

Number of Penalty Shootouts: 13

2001 Asante Kotoko bt Orlando Pirates 4-2 on pens after a 1-1 draw
2001 Pirates bt Hearts of Oak 4-3 on pens after a 0-0 draw
2001 Kaizer Chiefs beat Kotoko 3-2 on pens after a 0-0 draw
2002 FC St Eloi Lupopo beat Pirates 4-3 on pens after a 2-2 draw
2002 Pirates beat Kotoko 8-7 on pens after a 1-1 draw
2003 TP Mazembe Englebert beat Pirates 4-2 on pens after a 1-1 draw
2003 Chiefs beat Mazembe 3-2 on pens after a 0-0 draw
2004 Chiefs beat Mazembe 9-8 on pens after a 0-0 draw
2004 AS V Club beat Pirates 4-3 on pens after a 2-2 draw
2004 AS V Club beat Pirates 4-3 on pens after a 1-1 draw
2005 Chiefs beat AS V Club 6-5 on pens after a 1-1 draw
2006 Chiefs beat Manchester United 4-3 on pens after a 0-0 draw
2007 Chiefs beat Pirates 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw

Hattricks: David Radebe (Chiefs v Lupopo, 2003)

Goals scored:

Africa Sports 1 (Gatto)
Asante Kotoko 3 (Alhassan, Arhin Duah, Louis)
ASEC Abidjan 1 (Zeze)
AS V Club 6 (Kaluyitika 3, Milambo, Ngumbi, Tshiozola)
Dynamos 3 (Mlotshwa, Mutusa, Ncube)
Esperance 2 (Sahbani, Nzeng {Pirates own goal})
FC St Eloi Lupopo 4 (Musasa 2, Mwana Mbuyi, Ndoma)
Green Buffaloes 1 (Phiri)
Kaizer Chiefs 23 (Radebe 4, Pule 3, Bartlett 2, Mooki 2, Dladla, Lebese, Maselesele, Mathebula, Matsau, Moshoeu, Motaung, Musasa, Ntuka, Quartey, Schalkwyk, Torrealba)
Manchester City 1 (Ireland)
Manchester United 11 (Solskjaer 2, Campbell, Cleverly, Eagles, Fangzhou, Giggs, Martin, Richardson, Rooney, Seema {Pirates own goal})
Orlando Pirates 27 (Lekoelea 3, Mkhize 3, Kamwendo 2, Manyathela 2, Sebola 2, Vilakazi 2, Bisong, Chenene, Leremi, Lota, Manenzhe, Mazibuko, Mbele, Moleyane, Mongala, Mwape, Silent, Thwala, Jaidi {Esperance own goal})
TP Mazembe Englebert 2 (Lofo, Ngandu)
Tottenham Hotspur
7 (Bent 3, Berbatov 2, Keane, Routledge)

Player scoring for two different teams (1): Kabamba Musasa (for Lupopo in 2002 and Chiefs in 2003)

Stadiums used (number of matches): King’s Park Durban 17, Independence Stadium Mmabatho 8, Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace Phokeng 5, Loftus Versfeld Tshwane 4, Newlands Cape Town 3, Boet Erasmus Stadium Port Elizabeth 3, Soccer City Johannesburg 2, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Port Elizabeth 1, Peter Mokaba Stadium Polokwane (old) 1

Winners:
Coaches: Muhsin Ertugral 2, Viktor Bondarenko 1, Ted Dumitru 1, Alex Ferguson 1, Martin Jol 1, Mohamed Magassouba 1, Ernst Middendorp 1, Bibey Mutombo 1, Kosta Papic 1, Vladimir Vermezovic 1.

Players:

AS V Club: Eale, Ilonga, Kalemba, Kalobo, Kisombe, Kaluyitika, Makengele, Mayanga, Mbele, Milambo,  Mufuku , Ngumbi, Nsumbu, Tshimalenge, Yeye

FC St Eloi Lupopo:
Biku, Ekutu, Kabongo, Kayembe, Lukuni, Lusadisu, Musasa, Mvula, Mwana Mbuyi, Mwango, Mwanza, Nsimba, Tchani, Tshama, Wagede

Kaizer Chiefs:
Baloyi 3, Bartlett, Bulu, Dladla, Fernandez, Fredericks, Goldstone 2, Jambo, Jossias, Kannemeyer, Khumalo, Khune, Kubheka 2, Lebese, Mabedi 3, Masango, Maselesele 2, Mathebula 2, Matsau 2, Matshitse, Mayo 2, Mbuthu 2, McCarthy, Mmbooi, Molekwane, Mooki 3, Moshoeu, Motaung, Mototo, Mthembu 2, Musasa, Nale, Nauseb, Nengomasha 2, Nhleko, Nkosi, Nomvete, Ntuka, Nzama 2, Obua, Ouseb, Pule 2, Radebe, Richards, Rooi, Schalkwyk, Sithole, Spencer, Sweswe, Thobejane, Torrealba, Yende, Zwane 4.

Manchester United:
Brown, Carthcart, Campbell, Eagles, Evans, Fletcher, Gibson, Giggs, Kuszczak, G Neville, O’Shea, Possebon, Rooney, Scholes, Simpson, Tevez, Vidic.

Orlando Pirates:
Chabalala, Chansa, Chikoya, Dinha, Khomane, Larsen, Lekoelea 2, Lewis, Lota, Makhanya, Malinga, Manenzhe, Mbele, Mdledle, Mngomeni, Mncwanga, Mokoena, Mutapa, Mwape, Nzeng, Okonkwo, Okpara, Sait  Sebola, Silent, Tau, Tomas, Vilakazi, Zuma.

Tottenham Hotspur:
Bent, Berbatov, Chimbonda, Dawson, Defoe, Huddlestone, Jenas, Keane, Malbranque, Maghoma, Ricardo Rocha, Robinson, Routledge, Stalteri, Taarabt, Tainio, Zokora.

Players who have won the tournament with two different clubs: Kabamba Musasa (Lupopo in 2002 and Chiefs in 2003); Blaise Lelo Mbele (AS V Club in 2004 and Pirates in 2005)