Simba SC to face De Agosto CAF Champions League 2022: Confirmed

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It is official the time Simba SC will meet Primeiro De Agosto of Angola in the first round of the African Champions League (CAF Champions League 2022/2023).

De Agosto advanced to the stage following a 2-1 aggregate victory after scoring a 1-1 draw against Zambia’s Red Arrows in today’s game.

Earlier yesterday, Simba Club secured a ticket to the first round after a 2-0 victory against Nyasa Big Bullets of Malawi.

At that stage, Simba will start away in Angola between October 7-9, 2022, and the second leg is scheduled to be played in Dar es Salaam between October 14-16, 2022. The overall winner in the first round will advance to the group stages of the CAF Champions League at the club level.


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Confirmed information Simba SC to face De Agosto CAF Champions League 2022

Simba SC to face De Agosto CAF Champions League 2022

De Agosto: C.D. Primeiro de Agosto

CD Primeiro de Agosto
Simba SC to face De Agosto CAF Champions League

Clube Desportivo 1º de Agosto is a multi-sport organization based in Luanda, Angola. The club was established on August 1, 1977, and its primary sponsor is the Angolan armed forces. Men’s football is its primary sport, and the club also has a notable professional basketball team. The club uses red and black as its colors.

In both basketball and football, the club’s first championships came in 1979 and 1980, respectively. Many championships have also been won by the club in handball and volleyball.

The football team of the Primeiro de Agosto Sports Club participates in both local and continental competitions held annually by the African Football Confederation (CAF), including the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup, as well as in the Angolan National Football Championship, also known as Girabola, the Angola Cup, and the Angola Super Cup. Read more here.


De Agosto: Stadium

The construction of Primeiro de Agosto’s own football stadium is currently underway. The 20,000-seat stadium is a component of the De Agosto sports complex, which also includes a secondary school, a university, a tennis court, office buildings, an Olympic swimming pool, and a 2,500-seat indoor sports arena. Construction on the 20,000-seat stadium started in 2012 and is expected to be finished in 2019.

The stadium and the complex are situated in Luanda’s Cassequel district. The club announced that they will begin playing their home games at the França Ndalu in the 2020–21 season.


De Agosto CAF competition performance

De Agosto: CAF Champions League: 12 appearances2019 – Preliminary Round

  • 2018 – Semi-finals
  • 2017 – Preliminary Round
  • 2014 – First Round of 32
  • 2013 – First Round of 32
  • 2011 – 1/16 Finals
  • 2009 – 1/8 Finals
  • 2008 – 1/16 Finals
  • 2007 – Preliminary Round
  • 2000 – Second Round of 16
  • 1999 – First Round of 32
  • 1997 – 3rd Place (group A)


De Agosto: CAF Confederation Cup: 3 appearances2011 – Second Round of 16

  • 2010 – Second Round of 16
  • 2009 – Quarter-finals


De Agosto: CAF Cup: 2 appearances2003 – First Round

  • 1996 – Second Round


De Agosto: CAF Cup Winners’ Cup: 3 appearances1998 – Finalist

  • 1991 – First Round
  • 1985 – First Round


De Agosto: African Cup of Champions Clubs: 5 appearances1993 – First Round of 32

  • 1992 – Second Round of 16
  • 1982 – First Round of 32
  • 1981 – First Round of 32
  • 1980 – First Round of 32


De Agosto: Players 202

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Angola ANG Nsesani
2 DF Angola ANG Mira
3 DF Angola ANG Natael
4 DF Democratic Republic of the Congo COD Bobo
5 DF Angola ANG Dani (captain)
6 DF Angola ANG Bonifácio Caetano
7 MF Angola ANG Cirilo Silva
8 MF Angola ANG Mário
9 DF Angola ANG Buá
10 MF Cameroon CMR Atouba
11 MF Honduras HON Brayan Moya
12 GK Angola ANG Tony
13 FW Democratic Republic of the Congo COD Dago Tshibamba
15 DF Angola ANG Jó Vidal
16 MF Angola ANG Macaia
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 FW Republic of the Congo CGO Elvia Ipamy
18 MF Angola ANG Herenilson
19 DF Angola ANG Paizo
20 FW Angola ANG Zini
21 DF Angola ANG Isaac
22 GK Angola ANG Neblú
23 DF Angola ANG Mona
24 MF Angola ANG Zinedine Catraio
25 MF Democratic Republic of the Congo COD Rachidi Asumani
27 MF Angola ANG Edmilson
28 FW Angola ANG Melono
30 MF Angola ANG Manico
32 MF Angola ANG Bito
33 FW Angola ANG Manelé
34 GK Angola ANG Coio


About Simba SC

The Simba Sports Club is a football club that has its home base in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The club was given the name Queens in honor of Her Majesty, the Queen of England, when it was founded in 1936 following its split from another Tanzanian team known as the Dar Young Africans Giants. Matokeo Simba SC vs. Al Hilal, Live Updates, August 31, 2022 Al Hilal vs. Matokeo Simba Al Hilal leo vs. Matokeo Simba, Simba vs. Leo, 31.8.2022

The club’s previous name, the Queens, was followed by the Eagles before settling on the name Sunderland. In 1971, they changed their name to Simba. (Lion in Swahili)

Simba SC has participated in the CAF Champions League on numerous occasions and has won five domestic cup competitions in addition to 21 league championships. They are also regarded as one of the most successful clubs in East Africa as a result of their six victories in the CECAFA Club Championship.

Confirmed information Simba SC to face De Agosto CAF Champions League 2022


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