Kikosi cha Simba vs Tanzania Prisons

Kikosi cha Simba vs Tanzania Prisons leo 14 September 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 was the fastest growing Instagram account among football teams in 2022, with 1.9 million followers and an 89% increase from the previous year .[1]

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.

Tanzania Prisons vs Simba 14 September 2022 – NBC Premier League

Tanzania’s premier professional football league is the Tanzania Mainland Premier League (Swahili: Ligi Kuu Tanzania Bara), which is run by the Tanzania Football Federation. The “National League” was established in 1965. Its name was eventually changed to the “First Division Soccer League” then, in 1997, to the “Premier League.”

Sokoine Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium owned by the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) political party in Mbeya’s Sisimba district.

Simba vs Tanzania Prisons Stadium 14 September 2022

It is largely utilized for football events and is home to Prisons FC and Mbeya City F.C. It has a capacity of 20,000 spectators.

The Mapinduzi Stadium was renamed Sokoine Memorial Stadium in 1984, following the death of Edward Sokoine, Prime Minister of the Republic of Tanzania.

Time Prisons vs Simba

Kikosi kamili kilivyopangwa

Aishi Manula (28),

Shomari Kapombe (12),

Mohamed Hussein (15),

Kennedy Juma (26),

Henock Inonga (29),

Jonas Mkude (20),

Clatous Chama (17),

Mzamiru Yassin (19),

Habib Kyombo (32),

Moses Phiri (25),

Pape Sakho (10).