PSL Results and Highlights guide. PSL stands for the Premier Soccer League. The PSL was established in 1996. The PSL is the trading name of the National Soccer League (NSL). The Premier Soccer League is an Affiliate Member of the South African Football Association (SAFA) and the administrator of the South African professional football.
What is PSL Results?
The PSL Results are the outcome of the Absa Premiership Fixtures. The South African Premier Division is usually referred to as the Absa Premiership for sponsorship reasons.
Founder members of the PSL include, AmaZulu, Bloemfontein Celtic, Cape Town Spurs, Hellenic, Jomo Cosmos, Kaizer Chiefs, Manning Rangers, Michau Warriors, Moroka Swallows Orlando Pirates, QwaQwa Stars, Real Rovers, Mamelodi Sundowns, Supersport United, Umtata Bush Bucks, Vaal Professionals, Witbank Aces and Wits University.
How to check latest PSL results and highlights
You can check the latest PSL results, fixtures, live scores, including dates, kick-off times and full PSL schedule for the season by visiting www.psl.co.za/tournament/absa-premiership on your web browser. You can also check the PSL fixtures and live scores using the same link.
Step-by-step guide to view PSL results
Follow the below easy steps to check latest PSL results and standings:
STEP 1: Go to www.psl.co.za
STEP 2: Then click “tournament” tab
STEP 3: Under this tab, select the Absa Premiership
STEP 4: You will see the “Match Centre” with Fixtures, Results and Live tabs
STEP 5: Click on the “Results” tab to check the latest PSL Results
Where to watch the PSL matches
The PSL’s main broadcast partner is SuperSport. A South Africa-based Pan-Africa group of television channels carried on the DStv satellite platform. SuperSport covers all major sporting events including live video streaming on SuperSport.com, video highlights, results, fixtures, logs, news, TV and much more.
SuperSport have in turn sub leased the rights to certain matches to the public broadcaster, the SABC (The South African Broadcasting Corporation), so that PSL matches can be shown on public television. SuperSport broadcast matches on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights, as well as on Saturdays and Sundays. The SABC broadcast Wednesday afternoon matches, as well as Saturday and Sunday matches.
SuperSport Soccer Channels
- SuperSport 3
- SuperSport 4
- SuperSport 7
SABC Soccer Channels
- SABC 1
PSL Log Tables
The PSL log consists of 16 Absa Premiership teams. The table includes important information such as the Position, Club’s Name, Goal Difference, Matches Played, and Points.
The bottom team in the PSL is automatically relegated and replaced by the winner of the National First Division (NFD). The NFD is the second-highest league of South African club football after the PSL. The team finishing 16th on the log enters a mini-league playoff with the teams who finished 2nd and 3rd in the NFD. The winner then earns a place in Absa Premier Soccer League for the following season. You won’t know this information if you don’t check latest PSL results and log.
Why is it important to check latest PSL results in South Africa?
Checking latest PSL results and highlights is very important because it helps you know where your favourite PSL team is standing in the log. You can also predict whether your team will win the Absa Premier League Champion.
Absa Premier League Champions list
Season(s) and Winner(s)
- 1996–97 Manning Rangers
- 1997–98 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 1998–99 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 1999–00 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2000–01 Orlando Pirates
- 2001–02 Santos
- 2002–03 Orlando Pirates
- 2003–04 Kaizer Chiefs
- 2004–05 Kaizer Chiefs
- 2005–06 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2006–07 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2007–08 Supersport
- 2008–09 Supersport
- 2009–10 Supersport
- 2010–11 Orlando Pirates
- 2011–12 Orlando Pirates
- 2012–13 Kaizer Chiefs F.C.
- 2013–14 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2014–15 Kaizer Chiefs F.C.
- 2015–16 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2016–17 Bidvest Wits
- 2017–18 Mamelodi Sundowns
- 2018–19 Mamelodi Sundowns
ABSA PSL Standings
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Zita Zimande is a sports news journalist from the University of Johannesburg. Besides being a sports fanatic, she loves to cook during her spare time.