The Central Cheetahs play their home games in a white jersey with green and purple strips on the shoulders and sleeves and orange flashes down the body and collar, this is all enhanced with a puma face emblem which is growling. The colours are taken from the Free State and Griquas. The away strip is an orange shirt and white shorts.
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The Central Cheetahs are a South African Super 15 rugby union franchise. It encompasses the Free State, Griffons, and Griquas Currie Cup unions. Formed in 2005 and increasing the number of South African franchises to four they are yet to win any plaudits.
They play their home games in the 37,000 capacity Vodacom Park Stadium, Bloemfontein, South Africa used for rugby union, as well as soccer. The stadium is named after one of the major sponsors of rugby in South Africa.