Hellenic Football Club, is a South African Association Football Club based these days, in Cape Town. They are nicknamed: "The Greek Gods". Established in 1958 by Greek South Africans. Hellenic competed in the lower amateur leagues, of Cape Town. But by the 1970's they were one of the leading teams in the Country and regularly pulled in crowds of more than 20,000. They were champions in 1971 and runners-up in 1972 and 1975. Hellenic reached the final of the Cup competition. (then widely known as Castle Cup) in 1976. They lost 2–0 to 'Cape Town City'. In 1994, Hellenic lost the final of the NSL/PSL League Cup, then known as the: "Coca-Cola Cup". In 1972 Hellenic attracted a number of German Internationals who were barred from playing in Clubs associated with FIFA due to their involvement in a match fixing scandal. In early 2004, the Club's Franchise was sold by the Greek owners to the Ndlovu family who renamed it: "Premier United". In 2007 they relocated the Club to Benoni-Gauteng and renamed themselves: "Thanda Royal Zulu Football Club".

In 2011, the Hellenic Franchise took over the former 'Blaauwberg City Football Club', based in Milnerton-Cape Town. The Club was placed under the management of Mark Byrne. Byrne was looking to revive the quality of the 1970's, to become one of the best Youth Development Clubs, in the Country. In 2013, the Club acquired a SAB League Franchise, (which is in the South African 4th Division). In August 2016, the Club announced that they had sold their SAFA Second Division Franchise. This enabled them to achieve their aim of being the number one in Youth Structure, in Cape Town." Formerly at Home at the Green Point Stadium, Hellenics base these days, is a Football Club in Milnerton, Cape Town.

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