Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote

Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote/National Team Top Scorer of All time Tanzania

The Tanzania Football Federation on Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote, the country’s football governing body, oversees the Timu ya Taifa ya Mpira wa Miguu ya Tanzania national football team, which plays its home games at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. Kim Poulsen, a Danish coach, serves as the team’s head coach.

Tanzania is represented in men’s international football by this team. The Taifa Stars is the slang term for them. Tanzania has never made it into the World Cup of FIFA. The team previously competed as the Tanganyika national football team and is a representative of both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Zanzibar, an island that is now a part of Tanzania but was previously its own country, is also an associate member of CAF and has participated in international competitions, although it is not qualified to participate in either the World Cup or the Africa Cup of Nations. See the national football squad of Zanzibar.

Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote
Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote

Mfungaji Bora Wa Taifa Stars Wa Muda wote

  1. Mrisho Ngasa caps 100, goals 25
  2. Mbwana Samatta caps 68, goals 22
  3. Saimon Msuva caps 77, goals 18
  4. John Bocco caps 82, goals 17
  5. Erasto Nyoni caps 107, goals 7

Tanzania has struggled in both African and World Cup qualifications since making it to the 1980 Africa Cup of Nations, going nearly 40 years without seeing significant success.

The Taifa Stars performed best during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying, when they twice overcame Burkina Faso and only fell three points short of Senegal, who won their group. For the third time, Tanzania won the CECAFA Cup in 2010.

A recent accomplishment was a 1-0 victory over South Africa in the quarterfinals of the 2017 COSAFA Cup. However, Tanzania fell to Zambia 2-4 in the Semifinals.

Then, in the third-place playoff, Tanzania defeated Lesotho 4-2 on penalties after extra time resulted in a scoreless tie. This third-place finish was regarded as Tanzania’s greatest football accomplishment.

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