Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition, Simba Sports Club is a football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The club, founded in 1936, separated from other Tanzanian clubs, Dar Young Africans, was named Queens, in honor of Her Majesty the Queen of England. The club had several name changes from Queens to Eagles, then Sunderland. In 1971 they were called Simba (Lion) in Kiswahili.

Simba SC has won 21 league titles and five national cups, and has participated several times in the African Champions League. It is also one of the biggest clubs in East Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times.

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition

The biggest success of the Simba continent was achieved by reaching the final of the CAF Cup in 1993, when it fell to the Stella Club of the Ivory Coast. It was the highest achievement in the continent for the Tanzanian team so far.

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition In 2003, Simba beat Egypt’s Zamalek, who were the champions at the time, in the second round of qualifying for the group stage, after beating Santos of South Africa in the first round.

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition
Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition

Simba is the only Tanzanian team to reach the semi-finals of the African Champions League (now the African Champions League) in 1974 beating Ghana’s Hearts Of Oak with 2-0 goals scored by Adam Sabu (now deceased) and Abdallah ‘King’ Kibadeni.

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition That was the first match held in Accra Ghana, while in the second leg held in Dar es Salaam the teams came out with a solution.

In the semi-final match, Simba won 1-0 in Dar es Salaam against Ghazi El Mahalla of Egypt and was beaten 1-0, so the game was decided on penalties which eliminated Simba after being beaten 3-0.

Additionally, Simba once reached the quarter-finals of the championship in 1994 despite failing to repeat his 1974 record of reaching the semi-finals after being defeated by Zambia’s Nkana Red Devils with a total of 4-3 goals, being defeated 4-1 and winning goals at home 2-0.

Simba started the competition in the first round by beating Al Merrikh of Sudan with a total of 2-1 goals, winning 1-0 home and away and advancing to the second round where he beat BTM Antananarivo of Madagascar 1-0 to get The solution to the victory at home and away reached the quarterfinals where they fell to Nkana Red Devils.

Rekodi za Simba SC Kimataifa CAF Competition  After that, Simba did not enter the competition again until he returned in 2002 and was eliminated in the first round, but came back with a bang in 2003 when he reached the group stage after beating tough Egyptian team Zamalek on penalties.

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