Orodha ya Timu au Vilabu Tajiri Tanzania: The company ‘Finances of Football’ has announced a list of the richest clubs in Africa, with each ranked based on their income and expenses.
According to Finances of Football, East Africa has donated only two clubs which are Simba SC from Tanzania at position 60 while estimated at US$2,230,050 and Gor Mahia from Kenya at position 78 with an amount of US$1844585.
In the list, the Al Ahly team leads occupying the first place estimated at 28 million dollars, followed by Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa with 23 million dollars, the third place is occupied by Pyramids while the fourth is for the African Club and the fifth It is occupied by and Zamalek with 18 million dollars and Orlando Pirates.
Orodha ya Timu au Vilabu Tajiri Tanzania No club from Rwanda, Uganda or Malawi entered the list, while TP Mazembe was the only club from Congo to enter in tenth place.
According to Finances of Football, the list of the 100 clubs is organized according to the club’s accounts and their annual budgets from reliable sources. The ranking is compiled using financial data from the latest available accounts of each club, and includes figures from the 2017-18 season.
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The list features the top richest football clubs in Tanzania, both on and off the field. The company’s research was based on a number of factors, including revenue generated by each club, as well as expenses incurred during the course of their operations.
The list is based on the financial data of clubs across the Country, including revenue and expenditure figures. The ranking is based on a club’s financial balance sheet over the last three seasons.
-The richest club in Africa is Al Ahly. The Egyptian club generates an estimated $300 million a year, which is twice as much as their closest competitors.
-The list also reveals that the average annual revenue of the top 5 clubs in Tanzania is $10 million on Orodha ya Timu au Vilabu Tajiri Tanzania.
- Simba SC – US$2,230,050
- Azam FC – US$2,100,600
- Young Africans – US$2,090,000
- Singida Big Stars – US$1,130,000
- Namungo FC – US$910,000
Club Tajiri Zaidi Tanzania 2022 In East Africa, football is the most popular sport. Additionally, spectators pack stadiums to see their favorite teams play the opposition. Players are quite well counted, at least by local standards. Aside from the occasional match boycott or threat to skip practice in protest of unpaid allowances, the beautiful game is progressing well.