Boksburg F.C.

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Boksburg F.C. is a South African soccer club. [1] They competed in the National Football League. [2]

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References

  1. "Boksburg FC - Soccer - Team Profile - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics - Global Sports Archive". globalsportsarchive.com.
  2. "Know the history, Boksburg Football Club: A journey back in time". 6 December 2020.