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Orlando Pirates Football Club will reportedly become part of CAF Champions League teams next season.

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Orlando Pirates Football Club players celebrate Monnapuleng Saleng’s goal.

Earlier last month, CAF announced that no club will be allowed to participate in any CAF competitions from next season if they don’t have or not associated with a female team.

Putting three of the four South African teams in danger of missing out in continental inter-club football next season.

Only Mamelodi Sundowns were covered, as they have a female team.

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Supersport United and Sekhukhune United will both be part of the CAF Confederation Cup next season after forming partnerships with women teams.

Matsatsantsa formed a partnership with Hollywoodbets Super League(HSL) side Tshwane University Of Technology(TUT).

While Sekhukhune United recently partnered with the University of North West’s Ladies team before yesterday’s deadline.

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Leaving Pirates as the only South African team remaining to announce their participation next season.


The mighty Buccaneers were in conversation with both the University of Johannesburg and Wits to form a partnership with either team.

Despite not making any official announcements to which female team they have formed a partnership with.

The club will participate in the Champions League next season.

According to Micky Jnr, Pirates is among the 33-team list of the clubs that will participate next season.

Bringing relief to Pirates faithful who were worried about their club not being able to meet CAF’s new rule.

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