Kikosi cha Simba leo dhidi ya Tanzania Prison 2022 NBC Premier League
Defending Premier League champions Tanzania Simba Sports Club today will enter the field to Play against Tanzania Prison, In today’s match Simba Sports Club are the hosts of this game. Kikosi cha Simba leo dhidi ya Tanzania Prisons
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Simba Sc Club of Dar Es Salaam today 3 February 2022 will descend on the pitch at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium to play the NBC Premier league match against Tanzania Prison in Dar es Salaam region.
Background of Simba
The Simba Sports Club is a football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1936 as Kings of Football, the club later changed their name to Eagles, then to Sunderland. In 1971 they were renamed Simba (Swahili for “Lion”).
Simba is one of the two biggest clubs in Tanzania, alongside cross-city rivals Young Africans. Simba have won 22 league titles and five domestic cups, and have participated in the CAF Champions League multiple times.
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- Erasto Nyoni
- Hassan Dilunga
- Mzamiru Yassin
- Meddie Kagere
- Clatous Chama
- Rally Bwalya
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The club is also considered as one of the richest club in East Africa, with a total budget of Sh1.6 billion (equivalent to $2.6 million) unveiled for the 2019/2020 season. Kikosi cha Simba leo dhidi ya Tanzania Prisons
Tanzania National Main Stadium also known as Mkapa Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It opened in 2007 and was built adjacent to Uhuru Stadium, the former national stadium. It hosts major football matches such as the Tanzanian Premier League and home matches of the Tanzania national football team.
With 60,000 seats it is the eleventh largest stadium in Africa and the largest stadium in Tanzania. It is owned by the Tanzanian Government. The stadium was built by Beijing Construction Engineering Group at a cost of $56 million.
A capacity crowd attended the first derby between Simba S.C. and Young Africans S.C. at the stadium in Dar es-Salaam 2008. Both clubs mostly draw low attendances for their other league matches.