Fixtures

Tanzania Premier League 02/27 13:00 18 Mtibwa Sugar vs Dodoma Jiji FC - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/02 13:00 19 Singida Fountain Gate FC vs Mtibwa Sugar - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/09 13:00 20 Mtibwa Sugar vs Tanzania Prisons - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/12 16:00 21 Kagera Sugar vs Mtibwa Sugar - View
Tanzania Premier League 04/13 11:00 22 Geita Gold vs Mtibwa Sugar - View
Tanzania Premier League 04/16 13:00 23 Mtibwa Sugar vs KMC FC - View

Results

Tanzania Premier League 02/24 15:00 17 [4] Coastal Union v Mtibwa Sugar [16] L 1-0
Tanzania Premier League 02/23 11:00 18 Mtibwa Sugar v Dodoma Jiji FC - PPT.
Tanzania Cup 02/21 13:00 - Mtibwa Sugar v Stand United W 3-2
Tanzania Premier League 02/18 13:00 16 Simba Sports Club v Mtibwa Sugar - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 02/16 16:00 17 Coastal Union v Mtibwa Sugar - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 02/12 11:00 15 [16] Mtibwa Sugar v Ihefu SC [14] L 2-3
Tanzania Cup 01/30 13:00 - Mtibwa Sugar v Nyakagwe FC W 3-0
Tanzania Premier League 12/31 16:00 16 Simba Sports Club v Mtibwa Sugar - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 12/26 11:00 15 Mtibwa Sugar v Ihefu SC - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 12/19 13:00 14 [16] Mtibwa Sugar v Mashujaa FC [15] W 2-1
Tanzania Premier League 12/16 15:30 12 [2] Young Africans FC v Mtibwa Sugar [16] L 4-1
Tanzania Premier League 12/07 16:00 13 [9] Namungo FC v Mtibwa Sugar [16] L 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 27 14 13
Wins 7 7 0
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 18 6 12
Goals for 31 24 7
Goals against 49 21 28
Clean sheets 3 3 0
Failed to score 10 3 7

Wikipedia - Mtibwa Sugar F.C.

Mtibwa Sugar Football Club is a Tanzanian football club based in Turiani in northern Mvomero District. Their home games are played at Manungu Stadium they also use other stadiums such as CCM jamhuri and Gairo as their home stadium

History

Mtibwa Sugar Sports Club was founded in 1988 by a group of workers of Mtibwa Sugar Estates Ltd. who decided to form a football team which will take part in league competitions at district level. The team started playing in the 4th division in 1989 and got promoted to the first division in 1996. In 1998, the league was restructured and became the Premier League.

Mtibwa Sugar is a Tanzanian soccer team that was founded in 1999 and is based in the town of Turiani in the Morogoro region. The team plays in the Tanzanian Premier League and has a strong following among soccer fans in Tanzania. The team's colors are red and white, and their home stadium is the Jamhuri Stadium in Morogoro.

Mtibwa Sugar has a reputation for being a hardworking and determined team, with a focus on developing young talent. The team has a strong youth academy program that has produced several talented players who have gone on to play for the Tanzanian national team.

Over the years, Mtibwa Sugar has had some notable achievements, including winning the Tanzanian Premier League in 2000 and 2006. The team has also reached the finals of the Tanzanian Cup several times, most recently in 2019.

Overall, Mtibwa Sugar is a respected and competitive team in Tanzanian soccer, known for their hard work, determination, and commitment to developing young talent.