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Serengeti Lite Tanzania and the Tanzania Football Federation have signed a sponsorship contract for the 2022-2023 league season.
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About Women’s Football in Tanzania
The Tanzanian Women’s Premier League called Serengeti Lite Women’s Premier League is the top flight of women’s association football in Tanzania. The competition is run by the Tanzania Football Federation. The first Tanzanian women’s league was contested in 2016-17 season. The winner of the first edition was Mlandizi Queens.
The 2022/2023 Tanzania Women’s Premier League will surely be one of the most competitive women’s leagues in East Africa, this is due to the recent investment that has been done by various clubs in Tanzania and also the presence of talented women players that have already left us wide mouthed open after the great performance in the previous games.
Ratiba Ligi Kuu Ya Wanawake 2022/2023
The following below is the Ratiba ya Mzunguko wa kwanza Ligi ya Wanawake 2022 with 10 teams from the start to the end:-
Serengeti Lite Women’s Premier League Fixtures 2022/23
While women’s football continues to be given priority in Tanzania, various clubs have now started investing in women’s teams, some of which have started with big things, such as Simba Queen, which was able to qualify for the Caf women’s champions league.
In order to ensure the development of women’s football, TFF has established the Tanzania Women’s Premier League or also known as Serengeti Lite Women’s Premier League which involves clubs from various areas in Tanzania.
The league will feature 10 teams, which are Alliance Girls (Mwanza), Amani Queens (Lindi), Baobab Queens (Dodoma), Ceasiaa Queens (Iringa), Fountain Gate Princess (Dodoma), JKT Queens (Dar es Salaam), Mkwawa Queens (Iringa), Simba Queens (Dar es Salaam), The Tigers Queens (Arusha), Yanga Princess (Dar es Salaam).
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