Matokeo Simba sc vs Mtibwa Sugar June 23,2022 Results

Filed in Jobs, Sports by on June 23, 2022 0 Comments

Matokeo Simba sc vs Mtibwa Sugar June 23,2022 Results, Matokeo Simba vs Mtibwa, Simba vs Mtibwa Sugar 23 June 2022, Simba vs Mtibwa Sugar Results

Matokeo Simba sc vs Mtibwa Sugar June 23,2022 Results

Kikosi cha Simba Sc vs Mtibwa Sugar 23 June 2022

 

1′ Simba Sports Club 0 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (NBC Premier League)

2′ Simba Sports Club 0 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (NBC Premier League)

5′ Simba Sports Club 0 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (NBC Premier League)

10′ Simba Sports Club 0 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (NBC Premier League)

15′ Simba Sports Club 0 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (NBC Premier League)

16′ Simba Sports Club 1 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

20′ Simba Sports Club 1 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

25′ Simba Sports Club 1 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

30′ Simba Sports Club 1 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

35′ Simba Sports Club 1 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

44′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, NBC Premier League)

HALF TIME

Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

SECOND HALF

50′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

60′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

65′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

70′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

See also  Magazeti ya leo Tanzania 19 April 2022 Today's Newspapers

75′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

80′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

85′ Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

FULL TIME

Simba Sports Club 2 – 0 Mtibwa Sugar Football Club (16′ Sakho, OG , NBC Premier League)

The Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) (Swahili: Shirikisho la Mpira wa Miguu Tanzania), previously Football Association of Tanzania, is the governing body of football in Tanzania. It oversees operations of the Tanzanian football league system, the Tanzania national football team, and the Tanzania women’s national team. It was founded in 1945 and has been affiliated with FIFA since 1964. Wallace Karia is the current President of the Tanzania Football Federation as of 2017

 

Tanzania National Main Stadium also known as Benjamin Mkapa Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Miburani ward of Temeke District 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.

See also  Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League 2021/2022 Standings

Matokeo Simba vs Mtibwa

 

History

In 2000, President Benjamin Mkapa promised to build a state of the art stadium before the end of his tenure in 2005; saying that it was shameful for the country not to have a modern arena.[5] In January 2003, the government announced a tender for the construction of a new stadium to replace the dilapidated Uhuru Stadium. Sports Minister Juma Kapuya said that the government had set a budget of $60 million and eleven companies had bid for the project.

In 2004, Vinci Construction, a French company won the tender with a bid of $154 million. Under pressure from the Bretton Woods Institutions, Tanzania reluctantly abandoned the project as it had received debt relief under the Highly Indebted Poor Countries Program. Deborah Brautigam in her book The Dragon’s Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa writes, “To the Bretton Woods Institutions, building a modern stadium in a poor country with an annual per capita income of $330 seemed a bit like the Romans building a new Coliseum with the barbarians camped outside the city wall.”

 

 

In June 2004, Foreign Minister Jakaya Kikwete signed a $56 million contract with the Chinese Government,who provided a grant of about $20 million. A Chinese Embassy official described it as a “special aid project”. Beijing Construction Engineering Group was awarded the contract. The International Monetary Fund objected that the cost had not been included in the country’s annual Public Expenditure Review to its major donors.

In June 2006, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao paid a visit to the construction site. The Daily News reported that Tanzania contributed TSh 25 billion of the total cost of TSh 56.4 billion. In September 2007, the stadium hosted the Group 7 qualifying match between Taifa Stars and the Mozambican team for the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.[12] The stadium also hosted the first EPL team match in the African continent when Everton played Kenya’s Gor Mahia on July 13, 2017.

See also  Jobs at North Mara Gold Mine Limited - Superintendent – Underground Long Term Planning Engineer

It served as the end point for the 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay in Dar es Salaam. Tanzania was the torch’s only stop on the African continent. The stadium was inaugurated by Chinese President Hu Jintao and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete during the former’s state visit to Tanzania in February 2009.

 

 

Following the 2011 Dar es Salaam explosions at an army base, at least 4,000 people sought shelter at the stadium.[15] China formally handed over the Phase I of the complex in July 2013.The stadium in Dar es-Salaam has hosted friendly matches with notable football teams across the world such as Brazil National Team, Everton and Sevilla

Tags: , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.