Sundowns trophy parade celebrating the treble© Sundowns MediaAuthor: Dumisani Koyana2021/22 PSL season will go down as one of the most memorable in the history of Mamelodi Sundowns.After clinching an unforgettable treble (MTN 8, the Nedbank Cup and the DSTV Premiership), Masandawana players and the technical team thoroughly enjoyed parading their trophies to the jubilant supporters on the open-top buses, which took place across the streets of Tshwane.
Dubbed the #YellowParade, The Brazilians departed from Chloorkop and proceeded to make their way on two routes for the celebrations. Starting in Mamelodi and Hammanskraal respectively, they made their way across numerous areas, whilst making various stops at community halls, schools and malls.

Bafana Ba Style traveled through fourteen different townships in Tshwane, before heading to the final destination, which was located at Church Square in the Pretoria Central Business District. Sundowns supporters were treated to live entertainment on stage, including the staunch sundowns supporters − Kings of the Weekend (Sphe and Naves), Hlogi Mash and to end off the day, the final celebration and lifting of the Nedbank Cup, MTN8 and DStv Premiership trophies.
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Masandawana defender Rushine De Reuck expressed his joy of being part of the colourful parade, “This has been a great experience for me. This is the first time I was involved in a parade. The supporters came out in their numbers to celebrate our achievement, which showed the level of love and commitment they have for the Yellow Nation. My highlight for the day was seeing the school kids wearing the colours of Mamelodi Sundowns and singing the songs we hear in the stands. This is my first treble, and I am looking to win more with Mamelodi Sundowns.”
School kids coming out to celebrate with the Champions© Sundowns MediaThousands of supporters were on the ground to celebrate with the Players and Technical team, something which excited Rivaldo Coetzee. “We had the opportunity to drive around different locations and celebrate with supporters that were unable to make it to the stadiums, but always watch our matches on TV. It is a great feeling to put smiles on the faces of our beloved supporters. The feeling is incredible”.
MTN8 trophy being shown to the school kids© Sundowns MediaLerato Ziwele, a Sundowns supporter who hails from Pretoria Central shared what the day meant to her, “It is not every day that you see your favourite Football Club in close proximity. I have been supporting Mamelodi Sundowns for the past 19 years and I have enjoyed every second of being associated with the Yellow Nation. What they have done for us with the parade goes to show that Sundowns as a Football Club appreciates its supporters. Seeing the squad at Church Square with the trophies was great; this is what we want to see. We are happy to be part of the Masandawana family and I hope that next season we will win another treble.”
Tiyani ‘Shuga’ Mabunda leading the songs with the supporters© Sundowns MediaSundowns celebrating the treble win© Sundowns MediaWith a hugely successful season over, Masandawana will now go into the off-season with renewed hope and vigour to repeat their feat and also lift the CAF Champions League Trophy next season.

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ends 30 June 2022

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