Kikosi cha Simba vs Kagera Sugar leo 21 December 2022 Official Line Up

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Kikosi cha Simba vs Kagera Sugar leo 21 December 2022 Official Line Up

 

 

Simba Sports Club is a Tanzanian football club situated in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam.

The club, which broke away from another Tanzania Giants club, Dar Young Africans, in 1936, was dubbed Queens in honor of Her Majesty, the Queen of England. The club’s name changed multiple times, from Queens to Eagles to Sunderland. They were nicknamed Simba in 1971. (Swahili for “Lion”).

Simba SC has won 21 league titles, five domestic cups, and has competed in the CAF Champions League on many occasions. They are also one of East Africa’s largest clubs, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times.

Simba’s home games are held at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium. Simba had the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs in 2022, with 1.9 million followers and an 89% increase from the previous year.

With a total budget of Sh 6.1 Billion (approximately to $5.3 million) announced for the 2019/2020 season, the club is one of the richest in East Africa.

 

About Kagera Sugar

Kagera Sugar is a football club from Bukoba, Tanzania. They are a professional football team who play at the top level of Tanzanian professional football, the Tanzanian Premier League. They play at 5,000 capacity Kaitaba Stadium.

 

 

Kikosi cha Simba vs Kagera Sugar leo

  1. Aishi Manula (28),
  2. Shomari Kapombe
  3. Mohamed Hussein (15),
  4. Joash Onyango,
  5. Henock Inonga (29),
  6. Kanoute Sadio
  7. Mzamiru Yassin (19),
  8. Clatous Chama
  9. Moses Phiri (25),
  10. John Bocco
  11. Sakho

About Tanzania Football Federation

The Tanzania Football Federation oversees the Tanzania Mainland Premier League (Swahili: Ligi Kuu Tanzania Bara).

History
In 1921, the league was established in Dar es Salaam.
By 1929 it had six participants. In the 1930s, it comprised street teams such as Arab Sports (Kariakoo) and New Strong Team (Kisutu), which were primarily comprised of Arabs and Africans, respectively. The Sudanese community had its own team, however other communities were also represented. In 1941, it entered the league.

Other contemporary teams were the Khalsas, a Sikh-only squad, and the Ilala Staff, a team comprised of Ilalan citizens.

In 1942, public institutions began to dominate the league, including the Government School, Post Office, Railways SC, King’s African Rifles SC, Police SC, and Medical Department. After World War II, however, the majority of teams disbanded, many European players stopped playing in the league, and their clubs, including Gymkhana Club, Police, King’s African Rifles, and Railways, withdrew. In the 1940s, they were replaced by African street teams such as Young Africans (Yanga) and Sunderland (known as Old Boys in 1942 and later as Simba), as well as the Goan’s Club and Agha Khan Club, staffed by Goans and Ismaili Khojas, respectively.

The Sudanese team disbanded in the middle of the 1940s.

Yanga and Sunderland were the most popular and powerful clubs in Dar es Salaam from this point forward. Yanga, which was created in 1938, joined the league’s top level shortly thereafter and won four major trophies in 1942. Soon after Yanga, Sunderland joined the first division and won four significant titles in 1946.

The Dar es Salaam league had 38 registered clubs by 1955. By 1965, it had acquired the form of the “National League” and included the majority of Tanzania’s top teams.

 

Later, its name was changed to “First Division Soccer League,” and in 1997, to “Premier League.” After Tanzania Breweries LTD became the title sponsor, the League was renamed the Tanzania Breweries League (TBL). After a sponsor issue with the Tanzania Football Association, Breweries’ contract was cancelled in 2001. A contract with the telephone company Vodacom was struck in 2002 and ran until 2009, after which it was re-signed the same year.

 

 

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