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Simba Sports Club is a football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1936 as Queens, the club later changed their name to Eagles, then to Sunderland. In 1971 they were renamed Simba (Swahili for “Lion”).
Simba is one of the two biggest clubs in Tanzania, alongside cross-city rivals Young Africans.
Simba have won 22 league titles and five domestic cups, and have participated in the CAF Champions League multiple times. They are also one of the biggest clubs in East Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times. Msimamo NBC Premier League 2023
Nicknamed “Wekundu wa Msimbazi” (The Reds of Msimbazi), Simba play their home games at the Benjamin William Mkapa Stadium and the National Stadium. In 2020 Simba were the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs, with 1.9 million followers and a growth of 89% from the previous year. Msimamo NBC Tanzania
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The Table Standings of the Tanzania Football Premier League 2022/2023 You will be able to see it by logging in through wasomiajira.com, We always have a procedure to update the Premier League Table of Standings every time a match is played, we are there and we set the position on time.
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Young Africans Sports Club is a football club based in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1935, the club play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.
Nicknamed “Timu ya Wananchi” or “Yanga“, Young Africans is one of the two biggest clubs in Tanzania, alongside cross-city rivals Simba. Msimamo NBC
The club has won 27 league titles and four domestic cups, and have participated in multiple CAF Champions League editions. They are also one of the biggest clubs in East Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship five times.
The club was popular among Africans, and became a symbol of the anti-colonial movement. Young Africans became associated with nationalists and freedom fighters, and inspired the political party TANU to adopt yellow and green as their primary colours.