Matokeo Tanzania Prisons vs Azam 22 January 2022 Results

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Matokeo Tanzania Prisons vs Azam 22 January 2022 Results

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Azam Football Club

Azam Football Club is a professional football club based in Chamazi, Temeke, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, that competes in the Tanzanian Premier League, the top flight of Tanzanian football. Nicknamed “Wana Lambalamba, Chamazi Millionaires or the Bakers”, 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 and moved to its current stadium, Azam Complex Chamazi, in 2010.

Kikosi cha Azam Fc vs Tanzania Prisons 22 January 2022


Azam FC have won 9 trophies; one Premier League, a record 5 Mapinduzi Cup[5], two Kagame Cup, one Azam Sports Federation Cup and one Community Shield.
In the 2013–14 season, Azam FC won the league unbeaten, and by so doing, the club became only the second (after Simba SC 2009/10) to win the league without losing a single game.

Tanzania Prisons Football Club

Prisons FC is a Tanzanian football club owned by the Tanzania Prisons Service based in Mbeya. Their home games are played at Sokoine Stadium and Nelson Mandela Stadium in Rukwa.
5′ Azam Football Club 0 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
10′ Azam Football Club 0 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
15′ Azam Football Club 0 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
20′ Azam Football Club 0 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
25′ Azam Football Club 0 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
27 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
28 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
29 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
30 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
31 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
32 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
33 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
34 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
35 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
36 Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
39′ Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
40′ Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)

HALF TIME

Azam Football Club 1 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Nelson Mandela Stadium)
 
SECOND HALF
75′ Azam Football Club 3 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Tepsi, Ismail Aziz, Ajibu Nelson Mandela Stadium)
82′ Azam Football Club 4 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Tepsi, Ismail Aziz, Ajibu,Zulu  Nelson Mandela Stadium)
FULL TIME
Azam Football Club 4 – 0 Tanzania Prisons Football Club (Tepsi, Ismail Aziz, Ajibu,Zulu  Nelson Mandela Stadium)

Kikosi cha Prisons Fc vs Azam 22 January 2022


Sumbawanga is a city located in western Tanzania. It is the capital of Rukwa Region and the municipal seat of Sumbawanga Urban District with postcode number 55100 . The district had a population of approximately 150,000 based on the 2002 census.
Sumbawanga lies in the territory of the Wafipa Fipa tribe and so many people speak Kifipa, as well as Kiswahili, the most widely used language of Tanzania. The name of the town literally translates as “throw away your witchcraft”, thought to be a warning from local spiritual “healers” to any bringing in superstitions and practices relating to spiritual healers from other areas; there are still some healers who practice both in town and in the surrounding smaller villages on the plateau.
 
The town has the largest hospital in the region, Rukwa General Hospital, which is government funded, as well as the smaller Dr. Atiman Hospital administrated and run by the Catholic Diocese of Sumbawanga.

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