The group, which was led by CEO Kenneth Makhanya and Manager Mike 'Nanana' Ntombela comprised of 33 players which included the much-loved Teko Modise and they were welcomed by a group of over 200 local Sundowns supporters.
The Pretoria based Absa Premiership team is in Swaziland for a pre-season camp that will last for two weeks and it's their second visit in successive years.
Last night Ntombela announced that two players - Method Mwanjali and Nyasha Mushekwi - will join the rest of the players on Friday, while injured striker Katlego Mphela has been left home.
"We have 33 players and 17 officials which includes head coach Johan Neeskens. We will expect to have new signings Wayne Arendse and Eleazer Rodgers to join us next week," he said.
Chief scout Trott Moloto said they were happy to be back in the country and they hope to once again enjoy themselves.
"The coach loved what he saw here especially the facilities, hence he recommended that we return for another pre-season camp," Moloto said.
The team was welcomed at the Ngwenya border gate by among others Director of Sports Sipho Magagula, PLS CEO Zwelonke Sport Dlamini, Swazi Telecom Charity Cup PRO Lenhle Masuku and a group of local supporters of the club.
Sundowns will on Sunday play Mbabane Swallows at the Mavuso Sports Centre as part of a series of their pre-season friendly games.
They will also play Mbabane Highlanders and Manzini Wanderers. Next week Sunday they will take part in the Mbombela Super Cup in Nelspruit where they will play Sivutsa Stars in the second semi final. After the tournament, Moloto said they will drive back to the country to continue with their preparation.