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Established
2007 (14 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Old Peter Mokaba Stadium
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Location
Polokwane, South Africa.

Nicknames
Bakgakga

Competitions
South African Premier Soccer League

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27 Oct 21 Baroka FC  -  Mamelodi Sundowns
02 Nov 21 TS Galaxy  -  Baroka FC
07 Nov 21 Bloemfontein Celtic  -  Baroka FC
20 Nov 21 Baroka FC  -  Chippa United
27 Nov 21 Golden Arrows  -  Baroka FC

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16 Oct 21 SuperSport United  2 - 0  Baroka FC
02 Oct 21 Baroka FC  1 - 1  Stellenbosch
25 Sep 21 Amazulu  1 - 0  Baroka FC
18 Sep 21 Baroka FC  1 - 0  Sekhukhune United
11 Sep 21 Baroka FC  0 - 1  Maritzburg United

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Baroka F.C. is a South African football club from Ga-Mphahlele near Polokwane, Limpopo that plays in the Absa Premiership.

The club rose to prominence in 2011 by reaching the semi-final of the 2011 Nedbank Cup, defeating several Premier Soccer League sides like Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs along the way. They also won the 2010–11 Vodacom League Limpopo division, but subsequently fell short at the playoff stage, to win the aspired promotion for National First Division. In their debut season in the National First Division they came close to gaining promotion play-offs to the Premier Soccer League but fell short on goal difference on the last day with a 1–1 draw against Thanda Royal Zulu.

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Pietersburg Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg), South Africa. It was the home stadium of Ria Stars football club before they were disbanded. The stadium has a capacity of 15,000 people and was built in 1976. The Peter Mokaba Stadium has been constructed to the east of this stadium for the 2010 World Cup.

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