• August 8, 2020

Tags : Tanzania

Wadada Named Best Defender As Chama, Simba Dominate Night

Uganda Cranes right back Nicholas Wadada has been named the best defender in the 2019/20 Tanzania Vodacom Premier League during the awards gala held on Friday Night. To clinch the award, Wadada beat David Luhende (Kagera Sugar) and Bakari Mwamnyeto (Coastal Union, signed for Yanga recently). He scored one goal and provided eight assists as […]Read More

Wadada In Final Three-Man Shortlist For League’s MVP

Azam FC right back Nicholas Wadada has made it to the final three-man shortlist for the best player in the 2019/20 Tanzania Vodacom Premier League. The Uganda Cranes defender will go head to head with Simba’s Clatous Chuma (Zambia) and Coastal Union youngster Bakari Mwamnyeto who recently signed by Young Africans. The players were selected […]Read More

Photos: Treble Winning Simba Given Heroes’ Welcome on Return

Tanzanian giants Simba SC received a grand welcome on return to Dar es Salaam from Sumbawanga, Rukwa. Simba completed their treble of the 2019/20 season after winning the Azam Sports Federation Cup after beating Namungo FC 2-1 in the finals on Sunday. The side had earlier won the Community Shield and defended the Vodacom Mainland […]Read More

Boban Zirintusa Nets Double As Mtibwa Slash Singida

Uganda’s Boban Zirintusa scored a brace to help his side Mtibwa Sugar SC overcome hosts Singida United FC in the Tanzania Premier League. Boban scored in the 7th and 24th minute, and Riphat Khamis added the third in the 63rd to take a 3-1 win. Steven Sev’s 87th minute goal was not enough to help […]Read More

Magufuli Hails Taifa Stars For Promoting Country’s Image

Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli has commended the Tanzania’s national football team, the Taifa Stars for a ‘tremendous job’ in promoting the country’s image. Magufuli was addressing the final session of the Parliamentary meeting in Dodoma. He also praised the whole sports, culture and entertainment sector. “I would like to commend all Bongo Flava artistes, […]Read More

Fans Breach Covid19 Rules On Football Return In Tanzania

Saturday Mwadui 0-1 Young Africans Coastal Union 2-2 Namungo Sunday Azam FC Vs Mbao Simba vs Ruvu shooting Stars Football in Tanzania resumed on Saturday with two top flight fixtures after three months of suspension but with major Covid19 concern. Fans that attended the games did not comply with the regulations that were earlier set […]Read More

AFCON U17: TFF Under Investigation For Misuse of funds

Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) is under investigation by the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) for alleged mismanagement of funds that was issued out for the Africa Cup of Nations Under-17 tournament. The championship was held in Tanzania last year, won by Cameroon. The PCCB has been questioning all parties involved, including TFF General […]Read More

Azam FC: Nicholas Wadada Set To Miss Rest Of Season

Defender Nicholas Wakiro Wadada is set to miss the rest of the 2019/20 league season with Azam FC, Daily News has reported. Wadada is one of the seven foreign players who are currently outside Tanzania due to lockdown in their respective countries. “We are unable to facilitate the travel logistics for our players who are […]Read More

Tanzania To Allow Few Fans As League Resumes Next Month

The government of Tanzania has given Tanzania mainland football league to resume from June 1, 2020. Tanzania Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports Harrison Mwakyembe confirmed that they will allow few fans as they move to stop Covid19 pandemic. “Each team will be allowed to have a specific number of fans not exceeding 20 […]Read More

Coronavirus: Tanzania To Test All Players As League Nears Return

Tanzania to test all top division players ahead of league resumption, the Citizen TZ has reported. The players and match officials will undergo medical examination according to the league’s CEO Almassy Kasongo. “Any player who is found positive would not feature in the league if and when it resumes,” Kasongo told the Citizen. Tanzania is […]Read More

FUFA Confident Despite Tanzania Petition To CAF

Tanzania has petitioned CAF. FUFA Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) remains unmoved by Tanzania’s claims that Uganda used over-age players. Reports in Tanzania says that the country’s Football Federation (TFF) appealed to CAF about the matter saying Uganda used four players who over 17 years in the recently concluded U17 FIFA Women World Cup […]Read More

Sources: Tanzania Reports Uganda To CAF

Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has reported Uganda’s FUFA to Confederation of African Football (CAF), reports in Tanzania have revealed. TFF claims that Uganda fielded over-age players in the concluded FIFA U17 FIFA World cup qualifier where Uganda won 5-0 to advance with a 6-2 aggregate victory earlier this month. TFF secretary general Wilfred Kidao, as […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Ayub Khalifa Positive Ahead Of Return

Uganda Women U17 Coach Ayub Khalifa is positive that his side will eliminate Tanzania in the World Cup Qualifiers. Uganda, who lost 2-1 to Tanzania in the first leg, will host the second leg at Startimes Stadium Lugogo on Saturday 14th, this month. In the Dar-es-salam Tanzania game, Aisha Masaka’s brace helped Tanzania recover from […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Uganda Suffer Defeat In Tanzania

Uganda U17 before a game against Tanzania. FUFA Sunday, March 1 *Tanzania 2-1 Uganda Uganda U17 Girls National team suffered a 2-1 defeat to Tanzania in the first leg of the second round of the 2020 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Fauziah Najjemba gave Uganda an early lead in the 5th minute but the […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Ayub Khalifa Confident Ahead Of TZ

Sunday, March 1 *Tanzania Vs Uganda Uganda U17 Girls National team coach Ayub Khalifa says that his team is ready and in good shape to face Tanzania for the first leg of the second round of the 2020 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Uganda eliminated Ethiopia in the first round after a 5-1 aggregate […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Uganda Squad To TZ Named

Uganda U17 Girls National team coach Ayub Khalifa has revealed his final squad that will travel to face Tanzania for the first leg of the second round of the 2020 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. The team, posted on FUFA Website, has been trimmed from 25 to 18 players. Uganda eliminated Ethiopia in the […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Uganda Start Preparations For TZ

The U17 national women team has started it’s preparations for the second Preliminary round of the FIFA U17 Women World Cup Qualifier. The side, under coach Ayub Khalifa, held a light training session at Kawempe. Uganda, who won CECAFA and COSAFA U17 Championships last year, will fancy their chances to eliminate Tanzania. The teams will […]Read More

Women U20 World Cup: Uganda Bows Out

Saturday, February 1 *Uganda 1-2 Tanzania (Uganda lose 2-4 on aggregate) Uganda bundled out of the FIFA U20 Women World Cup Qualifiers after a 2-1 loss to Tanzania in the second leg played at StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo. Uganda who had fallen 2-1 in the first leg, lose the tie 4-2 on aggregate. Going into Saturday’s […]Read More

Women U20 World Cup: Uganda Face Tanzania Hurdle

Saturday, February 1 *Uganda Vs Tanzania – 4PM (StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo) Uganda will be targeting nothing but victory against Tanzania in the second leg of the first preliminary round of the FIFA U20 Women World Cup Qualifiers at Startimes Stadium, Lugogo. Uganda lost 2-1 in the first leg played in Tanzania two weeks ago, with […]Read More