Addington F.C.


Addington F.C.
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Full name Addington Football Club
Ground New Kingsmead stadium, Durban
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Addington FC is a South African football (soccer) club based in Durban. Addington won both the NFL and the Castle Cup in 1963, and the NFL again in 1969 (as Durban Spurs).

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History

Addington FC joined the NFL in 1962, winning the championship in their second season. Before the 1969-season, they were renamed Durban Spurs. Although they won the league that season, it proved to be their last hurrah. By the start of the 1970-season, they had merged with Durban United to form Durban Spurs United.

Notable players

  • Australia George Blues (M) (1967-1969) 47 apps, 7 goals
  • Scotland John Cumming (D) (1965)
  • South Africa Bobby Davidson (M) (1965-1967)
  • Scotland John Donnelly (D) (1967–1969) 18 apps.
  • Scotland Neil Duffy (M) (1967-1968) 33 apps, 8 goals
  • South Africa Jerry Gibson (F) (1961; 1962; 1964–1966)
  • South Africa Pat Grove (M) (c1963-1966)
  • Scotland Alex Hamilton (D) (1968) 11 apps.
  • South Africa Henry Hauser (M) (1963; 1965–1968) (South African Player of the Year 1968)
  • South Africa Morrie Jacobson (D) (1962–1965)
  • England John Kirkham (D) (1969)
  • South Africa Rodney Kitchin (D) (1968–1969)
  • Scotland Willie Law (GK) (1966–1969)
  • South Africa Danny Le Roux (M) (1966) 5 apps, 3 goals
  • Scotland Rhodesia Frankie McGuigan (M) (1962–1964) 100 apps, 58 goals
  • Northern Ireland Vic McKinney (M) (1968–1969) 50 apps, 18 goals
  • England David Pygall (M) (1966-1967) 8 apps.
  • England Peter Russell (D) (1961–1962; 1964–1965)
  • South Africa Derek Smethurst (F) (1966) 4 apps, 6 goals
  • South Africa George Spenceley (D) (1962–1969)
  • England Barry Stobart (F) (1969)
  • South Africa Manny van der Merwe (GK) (1963–1964)
  • Rhodesia Neville Walters (M) (1963–1968) 60 goals
  • Rhodesia Vernon Wentzel (F) (1961; 1963–1964; 1967-1968) 107 apps, 108 goals

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