Kikosi Cha Simba Dhidi ya Vipers Leo | CAF Champions League 2022-2023

Kikosi Cha Simba Dhidi ya Vipers Leo | CAF Champions League 2022-2023

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The Simba SC of Dar es Salaam Tanzania expects to enter the field today, February 25, 2023, to face the Ugandan team Vipers FC in the continuation of the African Champions League where it is currently at the group stage.

Simba SC and Vipers FC are in group C where a total of four teams are:

  • Simba SC
  • Raja Casablanca
  • Horoya FC
  • Vipers FC

Until now, each team has played two games in the group stage where Simba SC does not have a single point after losing both games, namely against Horoya away and against Raja Casablanca at home after suffering a 3-0 defeat.

Today’s game between Vipers vs Simba SC will be very difficult for each team due to the results of both teams.
Simba Sc has a lot of experience in CAF competitions and it was expected that it would do better in Group C CAF Champions League 2022-2023

Who will emerge victorious in the game?

This remains a puzzle that is expected to be resolved at around 19:00 in the evening for East African teams at the ST Merr’s stadium in Kampala Uganda.

The most important thing for you, a football fan and follower, follow this page all the time to get all the information about this game and other games of Club Bingwa Barani in Africa.

Kikosi Cha Simba Dhidi ya Vipers Leo

  1. Aish Manura
  2. Shomari Kapombe
  3. Muhammed Hussein
  4. Joash Onyango
  5. Henock Inonga
  6. Sadio Kanoute
  7. Kibu Denisi
  8. Mzamiru Yassin
  9. Moses Phili
  10. Cloutus Chamma
  11. Said Ntibazonkiza

About Simba Sports Club

A football team called Simba Sports Club is headquartered in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The club, which split off from another dominant Tanzanian football side, Dar Young Africans, was formerly known as Queens in honor of Her Majesty, the Queen of England. The club’s name was Queens, Eagles, and Sunderland for a while. They renamed Simba in 1971. (Swahili for “Lion”).

Simba SC has won five national championships, five league championships, and multiple CAF Champions League appearances. Their six CECAFA Club Championship victories make them one of the biggest clubs in East Africa.

The Benjamin Mkapa Stadium serves as the site of Simba’s home games. Simba, a football team, was the fastest-growing Instagram account in 2022, with 1.9 million followers and an 89% increase from the year before.

With a total budget of Sh 6.1 Billion (equal to $5.3 million) announced for the 2019–2020 season, the club is among the wealthiest in East Africa.

CAF Champions League

The CAF Champions League, formerly known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs and now known for sponsorship reasons as the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League, is an annual football club competition hosted by the Confederation of African Football and contested by top-tier African clubs. The competition’s winners are determined through a round-robin group stage that determines qualification for a double-leg knockout stage and a single-leg final. It is both the most prestigious club competition in African football and one of the most prestigious football events in the entire globe.

The winner of the competition qualifies for the FIFA Club World Cup, which is played between the champion teams from each of the six continental confederations. They also get to play the winner of the CAF Confederation Cup in the CAF Super Cup the following year. The second-tier CAF Confederation Cup is open to clubs that place second in their national leagues but did not advance to the Champions League.

Clubs from Egypt have won the most championships (16), followed by Morocco with 7. The countries with the most champions are Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria, each with three clubs. 26 clubs have won the competition, and 12 of them clubs have won it more than once. With a record 10 championships, Al Ahly is the most successful club in the competition’s history.

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