Matokeo Taifa Stars vs Somalia 30 July 2022 CHAN Qualifiers

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Matokeo Taifa Stars vs Somalia 30 July 2022 CHAN Qualifiers

The Tanzania national football team (Swahili: Timu ya Taifa ya Mpira wa Miguu ya Tanzania) represents Tanzania in men’s international football and is controlled by the Tanzania Football Federation, the governing body for football in Tanzania, Tanzania’s home ground is Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar-es-Salaam and their head coach is Kim Poulsen from Denmark.

 

They are colloquially known as the Taifa Stars. Tanzania has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup. Before uniting with Zanzibar, the team played as the Tanganyika national football team, The team represents both FIFA and Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The island of Zanzibar, part of Tanzania (and once an independent nation), is also an associate member of CAF and has played matches with other nations, but is not eligible to enter the World Cup or Africa Cup of Nations. See Zanzibar national football team.

1′ Tanzania 0 – 0 Somalia ( African Qualifiers 2022 )

2′ Tanzania 0 – 0 Somalia ( African Qualifiers 2022 )

5′ Tanzania 0 – 0 Somalia ( African Qualifiers 2022 )

10′ Tanzania 0 – 0 Somalia ( African Qualifiers 2022 )

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35′ Tanzania 1 – 0 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

40′  Tanzania 1 – 0 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

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45′ Tanzania 1 – 0 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

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Tanzania 1 – 0 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

 

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50′ Tanzania 1 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

53′ Tanzania 1 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

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60′ Tanzania 1 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

65′ Tanzania 2 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35’65’ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

70′ Tanzania 2 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35’65’ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

75′ Tanzania 2 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ JOB 65′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

80′ Tanzania 2 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ JOB 65′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

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Tanzania 2 – 1 Somalia (SOPU 35′ JOB 65′ , African Qualifiers 2022 )

The Somalia national football team (Somali: Kooxda Qaranka Soomaaliya, Arabic: الاتحاد الصومالي لكرة القدم), nicknamed the Ocean Stars, represents Somalia in international football and is controlled by the Somali Football Federation (SFF), a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Somalia’s first national team captain was Mr. Mohamed Shangole, whilst its longest serving captain has been Hasan Babay.

 

 

Somalia History

The first Somali football teams were established in the 1940s. The competitions were basic in structure and were associated with the anti-colonial movement. The Somali Youth League (SYL), the nation’s first political party, had put together a team of local youth to play against the Italian expatriate teams. The soccer team the FYL had assembled, which would later change its name to Bondhere, won the first several competitions. In 1951, the Somali Football Federation (SFF) was founded. The first Somali commissioner for sport was later established in 1958.

Although the Somali national football team took part in preliminary matches, it has never qualified for the final stages of a World Cup. For many years after the outbreak of the civil war in the early 1990s, FIFA-sanctioned games could not be played within the country. Qualifying matches for the Africa Cup of Nations and the World Cup were instead contested away from home. However, following the pacification of the capital Mogadishu in 2011, the SFF began preparations for the first major sporting event to be held in years at the Mogadishu Stadium, in December 2012.

Prior to 2019, the Somali FA decided they would admit to all their young and upcoming youth talents and put out local trials to fortify both Olympic and national football teams.

In addition, many from the Somali diaspora in the past have produced quality football players such as Islam Feruz and Mukhtar Ali.

On 5 September 2019, Somalia won their first qualifying match since 1984 (against Kenya – AFCON Qualifying) and their first-ever FIFA World Cup qualifying match, beating Zimbabwe by 1–0. They nearly advanced to the second round but lost 3–1 in Zimbabwe after two late goals for the warriors, consigning the Ocean Stars to an early exit.

Stadium : Taifa Stars vs Somalia 30 July 2022

Benjamin Mkapa Stadium

 

Time : Taifa Stars vs Somalia July 30, 2022

1600 Hours

 

 

 

 

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