Kaizer chiefs Football Club is a South African club which was established 51 years ago by their current chairman, Kaizer Motaung Snr.
The club's nicknames are Amakhosi, Abafana bokuthula Noxolo, abafana base Phefeni, Glamour boys and plenty other names.
Reason why they are called the Phefeni boys, it is because the club is from a place called Phefeni.
The Glamour boys are one of the 32 clubs that are currently participating in the Premier Soccer League.
However, their are in the top flight, Dstv Premiership.
They are currently led by the Englishman Stuart Baxter, along with his son Lee Baxter.
Lee Baxter is the coach of the goalkeepers though.
The club is also considered as the most successful club in the Premier Soccer League history.
The stadium they are currently using is the FNB Stadium (also known as Soccer city stadium).
One thing about the Kaizer Chiefs female supporters is that they are really beautiful. We will take a look of the pictures of the female supporters that once left Mzansi buzzing.
CHECK OUT THE PICTURES BELOW:
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