Kikosi cha Yanga dhidi ya Ihefu leo 29 November 2022

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Kikosi cha Yanga dhidi ya Ihefu 29 November 2022
Kikosi cha Yanga dhidi ya Ihefu 29 November 2022

Kikosi cha yanga dhidi ya ihefu leo 29 November 2022.

Ihefu Football Club is a Tanzanian football club based in the Mbeya region. The club’s headquarters are in Mbarali District, Ubaruku District, which also houses the club’s stadium.

Kikosi cha Yanga dhidi ya Ihefu leo 29 November 2022
Kikosi cha Yanga dhidi ya Ihefu leo 29 November 2022

Ihefu

Their home games are currently played at the Highlands Estates Stadium in Ubaruku, Mbarali district, Mbeya region.

Ihefu was established in 2012. It struggled to compete in the second division league (SDL) and the first division league (FDL), but managed to gain promotion in 2019 after finishing second in group A of the FDL and winning a play-off against Mbao Fc.

Ihefu defeated Mbao two goals to zero in the first leg, but were defeated four goals to two in the second leg, making the aggregate 4-4 and allowing Ihefu to climb the ladder with the advantage of away goals.

It played in the Tanzania Premier League in 2020/21, but was relegated after placing 17th with 35 points in 34 games, winning 9 games, drawing 8 games, and losing 17 games, scoring 22 goals and allowing 41 goals. The team was demoted four times that season: Ihefu Sc, Gwambina Fc, JKT Tanzania Fc, and Mwadui Fc.

Yanga SC

Young Africans Sports Club, commonly referred as Yanga is a Tanzanian football club based in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1935, the club play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.

The team, nicknamed “Yanga” (Young Boys), has won 28 league titles and a number of domestic cups, as well as competing in various CAF Champions League seasons. They have five CECAFA Club Championships to their name.

The club became associated with the anti-colonial movement. Young Africans identified with nationalists and independence warriors, inspiring the political party TANU to choose yellow and green as its major colors. The club is now in the process of retaining 49% of the club’s ownership for investors and the remaining 51% for club members.

The club has a long-standing rivalry with Simba, with whom they compete in the Dar es Salaam (better known as Kariakoo) derby. The rivalry was ranked fifth as one of the most well-known.

Kikosi cha yanga dhidi ya ihefu Leo 29 November 2022

For more information about Tanzania football visit https://tff.or.tz/

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