Tanzania Premier League 03/06 13:00 19 Simba Sports Club vs Tanzania Prisons - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/09 15:00 18 Coastal Union vs Simba Sports Club - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/12 13:00 20 Simba Sports Club vs Singida Fountain Gate FC - View
Tanzania Premier League 03/15 13:00 21 Simba Sports Club vs Mashujaa FC - View
Tanzania Premier League 04/13 13:00 22 Ihefu SC vs Simba Sports Club - View
Tanzania Premier League 04/13 14:00 23 Young Africans vs Simba Sports Club - View


CAF Champions League 03/02 16:00 6 [2] Simba Sports Club v Jwaneng Galaxy FC [4] W 6-0
Tanzania Premier League 02/29 15:00 17 Dodoma Jiji FC v Simba Sports Club - PPT.
Tanzania Cup 02/28 16:00 - Simba Sports Club v Tra FC W 6-0
Tanzania Premier League 02/27 16:00 19 Simba Sports Club v Tanzania Prisons - PPT.
CAF Champions League 02/23 19:00 5 [1] ASEC Mimosas v Simba Sports Club [2] D 0-0
Tanzania Premier League 02/18 13:00 16 Simba Sports Club v Mtibwa Sugar - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 02/17 16:00 17 Dodoma Jiji FC v Simba Sports Club - PPT.
Tanzania Premier League 02/15 13:00 15 [12] JKT Tanzania v Simba Sports Club [2] W 0-1
Tanzania Premier League 02/12 13:00 13 [10] Geita Gold v Simba Sports Club [3] W 0-1
Tanzania Premier League 02/09 13:00 11 [3] Simba Sports Club v Azam FC [2] D 1-1
Tanzania Premier League 02/06 13:00 10 [12] Tabora United FC v Simba Sports Club [3] W 0-4
Tanzania Premier League 02/03 13:00 6 [15] Mashujaa FC v Simba Sports Club [3] W 0-1


Matches played 44 24 20
Wins 25 16 9
Draws 14 7 7
Losses 5 1 4
Goals for 93 64 29
Goals against 33 16 17
Clean sheets 22 13 9
Failed to score 6 1 5

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.

Founded in 1936 as Queen before changed to Sunderland and in 1971 it 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.

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. In 2022, Simba was the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs, with 1.9 million followers and a growth of 89% from the previous year.

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 Tanzanian professional soccer team based in Dar es Salaam. The team was founded in 1936 and has since become one of the most successful clubs in Tanzania. Simba Sports Club is known for its passionate fan base and its commitment to developing young talent.

The team's home stadium is the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,000 spectators. Simba Sports Club has won numerous domestic titles, including the Tanzanian Premier League, the Tanzanian Cup, and the Tanzanian Community Shield.

Simba Sports Club has a strong squad of talented players, including strikers John Bocco and Meddie Kagere, midfielder Clatous Chama, and defender Pascal Wawa. The team is known for its attacking style of play and its ability to score goals from all areas of the pitch.

Simba Sports Club is also committed to giving back to the community through its various social responsibility programs. The team works closely with local charities and organizations to support education, health, and environmental initiatives.

Overall, Simba Sports Club is a respected and successful soccer team that is deeply rooted in Tanzanian culture and tradition. With its talented players, passionate fans, and commitment to social responsibility, Simba Sports Club is a true force to be reckoned with in the world of soccer.