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KIKOSI cha Simba SC vs Kagera Sugar August 20,2022 (NBC Premier League 2022/2023)The Simba Sports Club is a football organization with its headquarters in Kariakoo, which is located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Queens was chosen as the name for the new club that emerged in 1936 after Tanzania Giants, Dar Young Africans, split off to form their own organization. The club was named after her Majesty, the Queen of England.

The club’s history includes a number of name changes, including Queens, Eagles, and finally Sunderland. 1971 saw them change their name to Simba (Swahili for “Lion”).

Simba SC have triumphed in a total of 21 league competitions, as well as five domestic cup competitions, and have competed in the CAF Champions League on many occasions. They have also won the CECAFA Club Championship a total of six times, making them one of the most successful clubs in East African football.

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1:Aishi Manula
2:Shomari Kapombe
3:Mohammed Hussein (C)
4:Hennock Inonga
5:Mohammed Outarra
6:Sadio Kanoute
7:Pape Ousmane Sakho
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9:Moses Phiri
10:Augustine Okrah
11:Peter Banda

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12:Beno Kakolanya
13:Israel Mwenda
14:Joash Onyango
15:Mzamiru Yassin
16:Nelson Okwa
17:Erasto Nyoni
18:Kibu Denis
19:Habibu Kyombo
20:Dejan Georgijević

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Kikosi Cha Kagera Sugar FC vs Simba SC August 20,2022Benjamin Mkapa Stadium is the location of all of Simba’s home matches. Simba’s Instagram account had 1.9 million followers in 2022, representing an increase of 89% from the previous year. This made it the football club with the most rapidly expanding account on Instagram.

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The club has a total budget of Sh 6.1 Billion (which is equivalent to $5.3 million) for the 2019/2020 season, making it one of the richest in East Africa.

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The Tanzania National Main Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium that can also be referred to as the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium. It can be found in the Miburani ward of the Temeke District in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It first opened its doors in 2007, and it was constructed just next to the previous national stadium, Uhuru Stadium. The Tanzanian Premier League and matches played at home by the Tanzania national football team are two of the major football competitions that take place there.

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It is the largest stadium in Tanzania and the ninth largest stadium in all of Africa, with a capacity of 60,000 spectators. It is in the possession of the government of Tanzania. Beijing Construction Engineering Group was responsible for the construction of the stadium at a cost of $56 million. Kikosi cha Simba dhidi ya Kagera Sugar 20 August 2022, Kikosi cha Kagera Sugar vs Simba,

At the first Dar es-Salaam derby between Simba S.C. and Young Africans S.C. in 2008, the stadium in Dar es-Salaam was packed to capacity with spectators.

Both clubs, on the whole, tend to draw very small crowds to the majority of their other league matches.
It was a disgrace for the nation to not have a contemporary arena when President Benjamin Mkapa took office in 2000, thus he made a commitment to construct a stadium that met the highest standards of technology by the conclusion of his term in 2005.

In January of 2003, the government issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the development of a brand-new stadium to take the place of the deteriorating Uhuru Stadium.Simba Sc Squad 20 August 2022, Kikosi cha Simba vs Kagera, Kikosi cha Simba dhidi ya Kagera

Minister of Sports Juma Kapuya stated that the government had allotted a budget of sixty million dollars for the project, and that eleven businesses had submitted proposals for it.

In 2004, the proposal was awarded to the French business Vinci Construction, who submitted an offer of $154 million. Tanzania reluctantly gave up the project after coming under pressure from the Bretton Woods Institutions to do so, despite the fact that it had been granted debt relief through the Highly Indebted Poor Countries Program. In her book The Dragon’s Gift:

The Real Story of China in Africa, Deborah Brautigam writes, “To the Bretton Woods Institutions, building a modern stadium in a poor country with an annual per capita income of $330 seemed a bit like the Romans building a new Coliseum with the barbarians camped outside the city wall.” Brautigam compares the situation to the Romans building the Coliseum while the barbarians were camped outside the city wall.

In June of 2004, Foreign Minister Jakaya Kikwete signed a contract with the Chinese Government[5] for the amount of $56 million. The Chinese Government also gave a gift in the amount of around $20 million.

One of the officials at the Chinese Embassy referred to it as a “special help project.”

Beijing Construction Engineering Group has been given the responsibility of completing the work.

The International Monetary Fund raised an objection to the fact that the cost was not accounted for in the nation’s annual Public Expenditure Review that was presented to its major donors.

Premier Wen Jiabao of China traveled all the way over to check on the progress of the building in June of 2006.

According to a report in The Daily News, Tanzania’s contribution to the overall cost was TSh.25 billion/=. The entire cost was TSh.56.4 billion/=.

In September 2007, the stadium was the location of the Group 7 qualifying match for the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, which was played between the Taifa Stars and the Mozambican national team. On July 13, 2017, the stadium was the site of the first Premier League match to be played on the African continent, which featured Everton taking on Gor Mahia of Kenya.

It was the finishing site for the torch relay that took place in Dar es Salaam for the 2008 Summer Olympics. The Olympic Torch only made one stop on the African continent, and that was in Tanzania. During the state visit that Chinese President Hu Jintao made to Tanzania in February 2009, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete and Chinese President Hu Jintao cut the ribbon to officially open the stadium.

In the aftermath of the explosions that took place at an army base in Dar es Salaam in 2011, at least 4,000 people sought refuge in the stadium.

In July of 2013, China handed over in a formal manner the first phase of the complex. [16] The stadium in Dar es Salaam has played host to friendly matches with illustrious football teams from throughout the world, including the Brazil National Team, Everton, and Sevilla, amongst others.Simba vs Kagera, Simba SC vs Kagera Sugar FC, Simba Sports Club vs Kagera Sugar FC, Kagera vs Simba, Kagera Sugar FC vs Simba SC, Kagera Sugar FC vs Simba Sports Club, Kikosi Cha Simba SC dhidi ya Kagera, Kikosi Cha Kagera Sugar Leo, Kikosi Cha Simba Leo, Kikosi cha Simba vs Kagera Ligi Kuu Tanzania Bara, Kikosi Cha Simba vs Kagera Sugar NBC Premier League.

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