Kikosi cha Azam Fc dhidi ya Simba Sc 18 May 2022 Today’s Squad

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Kikosi cha Azam Fc dhidi ya Simba Sc 18 May 2022 Today’s Squad

Azam Football Club is a Tanzanian Premier League team based in Chamazi, Temeke, Dar Es Salaam. The club was founded as Mzizima Football Club in 2004, changed its name to Azam Sports Club in 2005, then Azam Football Club in 2006, before moving to its current stadium, Azam Complex Chamazi, in 2010.

Azam FC has won a total of ten trophies, including the Premier League, a record five Mapinduzi Cups, two Kagame Cups, one Azam Sports Federation Cup, and one Community Shield.

In the 2013/14 season, Azam FC went undefeated in the league, becoming only the second club (after Simba SC in 2009/10) to do so.

From the 18th round of the 2012/13 season to the 4th round of the 2014/15 season, Azam FC went undefeated in the league (26 games). The club became the first Tanzanian club to win the Kagame Cup without conceding a goal in 2015.

 

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Kikosi cha Simba Sc vs Azam 18 May 2022 Official Line Up

Azam FC is one of Tanzania’s most popular football clubs, with rivalries with Yanga SC, Simba SC, Mtibwa Sugar FC, and African Lyon.

 

In the beginning (2004–2005),

On July 23, 2004, Azam FC began as Mzizima FC. Workers from the Mzizima wheat flour milling plant, which is controlled by the Said Salim Bakhresa (SSB) group of companies and is located at Banda la Ngozi, Nyerere Road, Ilala, Dar Es Salaam, created the club.

Hafidh Salim, Ali Mlungula, Seif Mshamu Kiwile, Athuman Kikila, Mohamed Saad Makununi, Mzee Chuli Ramadhan, and Babu Ayubu were the brains behind Mzizima FC. Abubakar Mapwisa, Seleman Mabehewa, Twalib Suleiman Chuma, Mohamed Seif ‘King,’ Nassor Idrisa ‘Father,’ Ibrahim Jeshi, and Abdallah Hassan joined them later. They formed this squad solely for the purpose of socialization, health, and well-being after long hours at work.

They needed a location to train and sought Tanzania Railways Limited (TRC) for permission to utilize their open area at Ilala Goods Shed. TRC nodded, and work on leveling the land got underway right away.

They named it Surulele after the iconic National Stadium in Lagos, Nigeria, where the Taifa Stars competed in the 1980 African Cup of Nations.

The players, who were also workers, were able to show off their skills on the field. Nassor Idrisa, Salum Kakolo, Mjomba Akili, Salva Mayola, Ali Dosho, Gabriel Sebastian Manyorongi, Mohamed Kikuni, Tebela, Zabron Mihangi, Salehe Hillary, Mussa Lumbi, Hatibu Katoto, Amiri Rashid Kikwa, Hamis Jafar, Ibrahim Jaluo, Abbas Kuka, Mbaraka Shaaban Jangama ‘Cantona

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