Yanga vs Club Africain: H2H, News & Timetable Confirmed Now
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Yanga vs Club Africain CAF Confederation Cup
2 November 2022
Yanga Sc vs Club Africain (Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania )
Club Africain vs Yanga sc
9 December 2022
Club Africain vs Yanga (Tunisia )
About Club Africain
Club Africain (Arabic: النادي الإفريقي) is a Tunisian football team that plays in the Tunisian Championship and is based in Tunis. It fields teams in a variety of sports, including volleyball, basketball, swimming, handball, and football.
The football team won the Maghreb Cup Winners’ Cup in 1971, making them the first Tunisian club to do so. Twenty years later, in 1991, Club Africain won the African Champions League for the first time with a Tunisian team.
Last Matches for Club Africain
Club Africain Honors
- Tunisian League (13)
- Champions: 1947, 1948, 1964, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1990, 1992, 1996, 2008, 2015
- Tunisian Cup (13)
- Winners: 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2017, 2018
- Tunisian Super Cup (3)
- Winners: 1968, 1970, 1979
Performance in Continental competitions
- African Cup of Champions Clubs (1)
- Winners: 1991–92
- Afro-Asian Club Championship (1)
- Winners: 1991–92
- Arab Cup Winners’ Cup (1)
- Winners: 1995
- Arab Champions League (1)
- Winners: 1997
- North African Cup of Champions: 2
- Winners: 2008, 2010
- Maghreb Cup Winners Cup (1)
- Winners: 1971
- Maghreb Champions Cup (3)
- Winners: 1974, 1975, 1976
Players: 2022 Squad
|9||FW||TUN||Mohamed Ali Amri|
|24||DF||TUN||Mohamd Aziz Gasmi|
|26||MF||TUN||Moez Ben Haj Ali|
|27||DF||TUN||Mohamed Amine Ben Zaghada|
|30||FW||TUN||Saber Khalifa (captain)|
Yanga vs Club Africain H2H Record
There is no information available regarding the head-to-head records between Yanga and Club Africa.
About Yanga SC
Tanzanian football club Yanga, also known as Young Africans Sports Club, has its headquarters in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam. The Benjamin Mkapa Stadium serves as the club’s home venue. The organization was founded in 1935.
The group, known by the nick name “Yanga” (Young Boys), has participated in several CAF Champions League seasons and won 28 league championships. Five CECAFA Club Championships have been won by them.
Yanga SC, the 2021–22 champions of the Tanzania Mainland Premier League, finished the regular season unbeaten after defeating Mtibwa Sugar 1-0 on Wednesday.
Since the start of the 2022–23 season, Yanga SC has advanced greatly, as evidenced by the fact that they have won three of their NBCPL games thus far. There has been one draw.
Yanga SC Recent Matches
Yanga, who were eliminated from the Champions League by the Sudanese team El Hilal, will play the first leg on November 2 in Dar es Salaam and the second leg on November 9 in Tunis.
Competition director Saad Kawemba said they were happy with the draw and would make the necessary preparations before the match to avoid what they encountered in the second round of the CAF Champions’ League.
Because Club Africain played Kipanga and recorded a barren draw due to their constant caution away, we will look forward to finishing the game at home, said Kawemba. The winners of the two-legged match will then be placed in four groups to compete in a league starting in February 2023.
Since reaching the lucrative group stage of the CAF Champions’ League was their ultimate objective, Yanga and the club hierarchy will view this as little more than a consolation. The Confederation of African Football will guarantee at least $550,000 (Sh1.26 billion) to teams that advance to the Champions League group stage.
After eliminating Kipanga FC from Zanzibar over the weekend by a score of 7-0, Club Africain, also known as El Club, will have new memories of Tanzania. The two teams had previously played to a scoreless draw at Amani Stadium. In fact, the Tunisians’ only triumph on the continent came in East Africa 30 years ago when they defeated SC Villa of Uganda 7-3.