Fixtures

South Africa National Div 1 03/03 13:30 20 Platinum City Rovers vs Pretoria University - View
South Africa National Div 1 03/10 13:30 21 Pretoria University vs Hungry Lions FC - View
South Africa National Div 1 04/02 13:00 22 Pretoria University vs Milford FC - View
South Africa National Div 1 04/06 13:00 23 Casric Stars FC vs Pretoria University - View
South Africa National Div 1 04/16 13:00 24 Maritzburg Utd vs Pretoria University - View
South Africa National Div 1 04/19 13:00 25 Pretoria University vs Magesi FC - View

Results

South Africa Cup 02/21 17:00 5 University of Pretoria v Cape Town Spurs W 1-0
South Africa National Div 1 02/16 13:30 19 [2] University of Pretoria v Upington City [5] W 2-1
South Africa National Div 1 02/12 13:30 18 [10] NB La Masia FC v University of Pretoria [2] W 1-2
South Africa National Div 1 12/19 13:30 17 [3] University of Pretoria v Orbit College [1] D 2-2
South Africa National Div 1 12/15 13:30 16 [4] University of Pretoria v Marumo Gallants [12] W 2-0
South Africa National Div 1 12/10 13:30 15 [3] Baroka FC v University of Pretoria [5] D 1-1
South Africa National Div 1 12/01 13:30 14 [3] Magesi FC v University of Pretoria [6] W 0-2
South Africa National Div 1 11/26 13:30 13 [8] University of Pretoria v Venda Football Academy [13] W 2-0
South Africa National Div 1 11/12 13:30 12 [10] University of Pretoria v Platinum City Rovers [14] W 2-1
South Africa National Div 1 11/04 13:30 11 [12] Marumo Gallants v University of Pretoria [9] D 0-0
South Africa National Div 1 11/01 13:30 10 Upington City v Pretoria University L 2-1
South Africa National Div 1 10/29 13:30 9 [6] University of Pretoria v Casric Stars FC [13] L 0-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 31 16 15
Wins 11 7 4
Draws 13 6 7
Losses 7 3 4
Goals for 30 19 11
Goals against 23 12 11
Clean sheets 14 7 7
Failed to score 10 4 6

University of Pretoria Football Club, also known as Tuks FC, is a South African association football club based in the Hatfield suburb of Pretoria that represents the University of Pretoria. They currently play in the National First Division.

History

The university's High Performance Centre on the LC de Villiers Sport Grounds

The University established the Tuks Football Academy in 2002, originally playing in the SAFA Gauteng South Division. In the 2003–04 season the University acquired Pretoria City FC's second division status, subsequently winning the Vodacom League play-offs and being promoted to the NFD in 2004–05. In the 2006–07 season the club qualified for the Mvela Golden League play-offs. In the 2008–09 season the club was a Nedbank Cup finalist losing to Premier Soccer League team Moroka Swallows 0–1.

Following the 2011–12 season University of Pretoria gained promotion to the PSL "top flight in South African Football" with Stephen Haupt as the head coach.

In the 2014–15 season they finished 13th in the PSL, and the following 2015–16 season they finished 15th. They finished at the bottom of the Promotional Playoff log without a win and were relegated to the NFD. In the 2016–17 season they finished 12th in the NFD. The following 2017–18 season saw a slight improvement, finishing 10th, and the 2018–19 season saw the club finish 14th in the NFD.

The University of Pretoria soccer team is a highly competitive and skilled team that represents the University of Pretoria in various soccer tournaments and leagues. The team is made up of talented and dedicated players who are passionate about the sport and committed to achieving success on the field. The team is known for its strong defensive play, quick counterattacks, and precise passing. The players are well-coached and work together seamlessly to create scoring opportunities and dominate their opponents. The team has a strong fan base and is respected throughout the soccer community for their skill and sportsmanship. The University of Pretoria soccer team is a force to be reckoned with and is sure to continue to achieve great success in the future.