List of past Nedbank Cup winners

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Michael Boxall of Supersport United challenges Tendai Ndoro of Orlando Pirates during the Absa Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Supersport United on 21 May 2016 at Orlando Stadium

Michael Boxall of Supersport United challenges Tendai Ndoro of Orlando Pirates during the Absa Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Supersport United on 21 May 2016 at Orlando Stadium

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Michael Boxall of Supersport United challenges Tendai Ndoro of Orlando Pirates during the Absa Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Supersport United on 21 May 2016 at Orlando Stadium

Michael Boxall of Supersport United challenges Tendai Ndoro of Orlando Pirates during the Absa Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Supersport United on 21 May 2016 at Orlando Stadium

JOHANNESBURG – Orlando Pirates and SuperSport United will contest the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.

Under the Nedbank sponsorship, the Buccaneers lifted the trophy in 2011 and 2014, under the mentorship of Ruud Krol and Vladimir Vermezovic respectively, while Matsatsantsa were victorious in 2012 under the tutelage of Gavin Hunt.

Here is a recap of the finals since Nedbank took over the sponsorship of the competition dubbed South Africa’s FA Cup.

2008: Mamelodi Sundowns 1 Mpumalanga Black Aces 0 (Johannesburg Stadium)

Wining coach: Trott Moloto

Goal scorer: Lerato Chabangu

 

2009: Moroka Swallows 1 Pretoria University 0 (Rand Stadium)

Winning coach: Jlio Leal

Goal scorer: Vinicius Da Silva

 

2010: Bidvest Wits 3 AmaZulu 0 (Soccer City)
Winning coach: Roger De Sa

Goal scorers: Fabricio da Silva, Sibusiso Vilakazi x 2

 

2011: Orlando Pirates 3 Black Leopards 1 (Mbombela Stadium)

Winning coach: Ruud Krol

Goal scorers: Leopards: Rooi Mahamutsa og. Pirates: Isaac Chansa, Thulasizer Mbuyane x2

 

2012: SuperSport United 2 Mamelodi Sundowns 0 (Orlando Stadium)

Winning coach: Gavin Hunt

Goal scorers: Thabo September, Kermit Erasmus

 

2013: Kaizer Chiefs 1 Supersport United 0 (Moses Mabhida Stadium)

Winning coach: Stuart Baxter

Goal scorer: Bernard Parker

 

2014: Orlando Pirates 3 Bidvest Wits 1 (Moses Mabhida Stadium)

Winning coach: Vladimir Vermezovic

Goal scorers: Pirates: Kermit Erasmus x2, Sifiso Myeni. Bidvest Wits: Jabulani Shongwe

 

2015: Mamelodi Sundowns 0–0 (aet; 4–3 penalties) Ajax Cape Town (Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium)

Winning coach: Pitso Mosimane