Last updated : 07/05/2024 13:45:22


FC Mighty Rocks are a Grassroots soccer team made up of 1 team members.

The team is from Johannesburg, City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa.

FC Mighty Rocks started using TeamStats in January 2023.

Team Details


Johannesburg City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality South Africa

Team Type

11 a side , Grassroots

FC Mighty Rocks

FC Mighty Rocks is a football team based in Johannesburg, South Africa. They were founded in 2009 and currently play in the SAB Regional League, which is the fourth tier of South African football.

The team is named after the Mighty Rocks informal settlement in Johannesburg, where many of the players grew up. The team's motto is "From the hood, to the world."


FC Mighty Rocks results

FC Mighty Rocks were founded in 2009 by a group of friends from the Mighty Rocks informal settlement. The team quickly rose through the ranks of the Johannesburg amateur leagues, and in 2017 they were promoted to the SAB Regional League.

In their first season in the SAB Regional League, FC Mighty Rocks finished in third place. They have continued to improve in recent years, and in 2022 they reached the semi-finals of the SAB Regional League Cup.


  • Third place in the SAB Regional League (2017)
  • Semi-finalists of the SAB Regional League Cup (2022)


FC Mighty Rocks table

FC Mighty Rocks have a number of talented players, including:

  • Lester Motsepe
  • Siphesihle Mkhize
  • Nkosikhona Mbethe


FC Mighty Rocks are currently coached by Lucky Maselela. Maselela is a former professional footballer who played for Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.


FC Mighty Rocks fixtures

Featured Team Members

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