Mtibwa Sugar F.C.

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Mtibwa Sugar Football Club is a Tanzanian football club based in Turiani. Their home games are played at Manungu Stadium.

Mtibwa Sugar F.C.
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Full nameMtibwa Sugar Sports Club
Nickname(s)Wana tam tam
Founded1988
GroundManungu Stadium
Capacity5,000
ManagerZuber katwira
LeagueTanzanian Premier League
2016/175th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

Mtibwa Sugar Sports Club was founded in 1988 by a group of workers of Mtibwa Sugar Estates Ltd. who decided to form a football team which will take part in league competitions at district level. The team started playing in the 4th division in 1989 and got promoted to the first division in 1996. In 1998, the league was restructured and became the Premier League.

AchievementsEdit

1999, 2000.
2018.

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

2004 – First Round
2000 – Second Round
2001 – First Round
2002 – Second Round

Current squadEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
-   GK Shaban Kado
-   GK Benadictor Tinoko
-   DF Dickson Daudi
-   DF Cassian Ponera
-   DF Hassan Isihaka
-   DF Salum Kanoni
-   DF Issa Rashid
-   GK Abdallah Makangana
-   DF Rodgers Gabriel
-   MF Shaban Nditi
No. Position Player
-   MF MMohamed Issa 'Mo Banka"
-   MF Saleh Khamis Abdallah
-   MF Hassan Dilunga
-   FW Kelvin Sabato "Kevy Kiduku"
-   FW Haruna Chanongo
-   Salum Kihimbwa
-   FW Stamil Mbonde
-   FW Vicent Barnabas

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