Kikosi cha Simba SC vs Malindi SC 25/09/2022
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Match Malindi SC vs Simba SC 25/09/2022
This Sunday at 20:15 pm Simba SC will go down to the Amani Stadium to play against Malindi FC in the first friendly game.
The Simba SC has arrived in the Zanzibar Islands as a result of a request from the Zanzibar Football Federation (ZFF) to take part in friendlies this season since the League has halted play to accommodate FIFA Calendar games.
Lineup Kikosi cha Simba SC vs Malindi SC 25/09/2022
Lineup Kikosi cha Malindi SC vs Simba SC
The lineup will be updated HERE.
A football team from Zanzibar named Malindi Sport Club is based in Unguja. It was established in 1942, making it Zanzibar’s most prestigious club.
They dominated Tanzania for many years as the 1989–1992 Zanzibar and Tanzania Regional Champions.
The team began competing in the Zanzibar Premier League in 2004, following Zanzibar’s admission as an independent member of CAF, and they have since won numerous national and regional championships. As a result, they will represent Zanzibar in the African Club Championship.
Simba SC will return to Dar es Salaam following the two friendly games.
Simba sc vs Malindi sc 25/09/2022 and Simba sc vs Kipanga fc 28/09/2022
This is in preparation for the opening match of the African Champions League, which will take place on 9th of October 2022, in Angola against Clube De Desportivo de Agosto.
Simba Sports Club, a Tanzanian football team, was established in 1936 following its split from Yanga SC, another Tanzanian team, and was given the name Queens in recognition of Her Majesty the Queen of England.
Simba SC has won 21 League titles and five domestic Cups, and has participated in the African Champions League many times.
Having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times, they are also among the biggest clubs in East Africa.
Simba play their home matches at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
With a total budget of TShs 6.1 Billion (roughly $5.3 million) launched for the 2019/2020 season, the club is among the wealthiest in East Africa.