Kikosi cha Simba vs KVZ leo 5 January 2023 Mapinduzi Cup Tournament

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Kikosi cha Simba vs KVZ leo 5 January 2023 Mapinduzi Cup Tournament


A football team called Simba Sports Club is headquartered in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The club, which split off from another Tanzania Giants team, Dar Young Africans, was founded in 1936 and was given the moniker Queens in tribute to Her Majesty, the Queen of England. The club’s name was Queens, Eagles, and Sunderland for a while. They were nicknamed Simba in 1971. (Swahili for “Lion”).

Simba SC has won five national championships, five league championships, and multiple CAF Champions League appearances. Their six CECAFA Club Championship victories make them one of the biggest clubs in East Africa.

The Benjamin Mkapa Stadium serves as the site of Simba’s home games. With 1.9 million followers, an 89% increase from the year before, and the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs in 2022, Simba ranked first.

With a total budget of Sh 6.1 Billion (equal to $5.3 million) announced for the 2019–2020 season, the club is among the wealthiest in East Africa.

Kikosi cha Simba vs KVZ leo

  1. Benno Kakolanya
  2. Jimmyson Mwanuke
  3. Gadiel Michael
  4. Kennedy Juma
  5. Nassor Kapama
  6. Jonas Mkude
  7. Kibu Denis
  8. Nelson Okwa
  9. Habib Kyombo
  10. Michael
  11. Okrah



The Mapinduzi Cup

In Zanzibar, the Mapinduzi Cup is the premier knockout soccer competition. In honor of the Zanzibar Revolution, the name Mapinduzi means revolution. The Zanzibar Football Federation established the Mapinduzi Cup as a competition to honor the nation of Zanzibar’s annual Revolution Day celebration on January 12.  The cup’s inaugural year was 1998. The cup is played by clubs from mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar, but Clubs from Kenya and Uganda have been invited to participate on occasion starting in 2013.

The three competitions are Zanzibar’s three primary knockout tournaments, together with the Zanzibari Cup and Nyerere Cup. Jamhuri F.C. won the inaugural competition.


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