Fixtures

Tanzania Premier League 04/30 15:00 24 Namungo FC vs Simba Sports Club - View
Tanzania Premier League 05/03 15:00 16 Simba Sports Club vs Mtibwa Sugar - View
Tanzania Premier League 05/06 15:15 25 Simba Sports Club vs Tabora United FC - View
Tanzania Premier League 05/09 15:15 26 Azam FC vs Simba Sports Club - View
Tanzania Premier League 05/12 13:00 27 Kagera Sugar vs Simba Sports Club - View
Tanzania Premier League 05/16 16:00 17 Dodoma Jiji FC vs Simba Sports Club - View

Results

Other Match 04/24 17:15 - KVZ SC v Simba Sports Club W 0-2
Tanzania Premier League 04/23 15:00 17 Dodoma Jiji FC v Simba Sports Club - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 04/20 14:00 23 [1] Young Africans FC v Simba Sports Club [3] L 2-1
Tanzania Premier League 04/19 13:00 24 Namungo FC v Simba Sports Club - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 04/13 14:00 23 Young Africans v Simba Sports Club - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 04/13 13:00 22 [11] Ihefu SC v Simba Sports Club [3] D 1-1
Tanzania Cup 04/09 13:00 - Mashujaa FC v Simba Sports Club L 7-6
CAF Champions League 04/05 20:00 3 [1] Al Ahly Cairo v Simba Sports Club [2] L 2-0
CAF Champions League 03/29 18:00 3 [2] Simba Sports Club v Al Ahly Cairo [1] L 0-1
Tanzania Premier League 03/15 17:15 21 [3] Simba Sports Club v Mashujaa FC [11] W 2-0
Tanzania Premier League 03/12 17:15 20 [3] Simba Sports Club v Singida Fountain Gate FC [11] W 3-1
Tanzania Premier League 03/09 15:00 18 [4] Coastal Union v Simba Sports Club [3] W 1-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 45 23 22
Wins 21 13 8
Draws 16 7 9
Losses 8 3 5
Goals for 82 54 28
Goals against 40 19 21
Clean sheets 17 10 7
Failed to score 8 2 6

Wikipedia - Simba S.C.

Simba Sports Club is a professional football club based in Kariakoo ward in Ilala District of Dar es Salaam Region in Tanzania.

It was founded in 1936 as Queen before being renamed to Sunderland and, in 1971, was finally renamed Simba (Swahili for "Lion"). The team's nickname, Wekundu wa Msimbazi (The Reds of Msimbazi), is a reference to their all-red home strip and Msimbazi Street in Kariakoo where their headquarters is based. The fanbase for Simba Sports Club is one of the biggest in Tanzania with there ultras being led by the fierce Isaac Beck.

Simba SC has won 22 league titles and five domestic cups and has participated in CAF Champions League multiple times. It is also among the giant clubs in East and Central Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times.

Simba plays their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Miburani ward of Temeke District.

The club was ranked among the top ten clubs in Africa, at number 10, by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) in their May 1, 2022 – April 30, 2023 rankings. Globally, the club was ranked at number 105 in the IFFHS World Ranking.

The club is one of the richest in East Africa, with a total budget of TSh 6.1 billion (equivalent to $5.3 million) unveiled for the 2019/2020 season.

Simba holds a long-standing rivalry with Yanga with whom they contest the Kariakoo derby, named after the ward where both teams were founded. The rivalry was ranked 5th as one of the most famous African derbies.

Simba Sports Club is a professional soccer team based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1936, the club has a rich history and is one of the most successful teams in Tanzanian football. The team's nickname, "Simba," means lion in Swahili, symbolizing their strength and determination on the field.

Simba Sports Club has a passionate fan base known as "Wanachama," who support the team with unwavering loyalty and enthusiasm. The team plays their home matches at the Uhuru Stadium, which has a capacity of over 20,000 spectators.

Over the years, Simba Sports Club has won numerous domestic league titles and cups, establishing themselves as a dominant force in Tanzanian football. The team has also competed in international competitions, representing Tanzania with pride and determination.

Known for their attacking style of play and talented players, Simba Sports Club continues to be a powerhouse in Tanzanian football, attracting top talent from both Tanzania and abroad. With a strong tradition of success and a dedicated fan base, Simba Sports Club remains a respected and formidable team in African football.