Jezi mpya za Simba 2022/2023 New Kit for Simba Sc
Jezi mpya za Simba 2022/2023 Jezi mpya za Simba -The Simba Sports Club has revealed the new jerseys that it intends to wear during the 2021-2022 season in the various championships in which it will compete. These jerseys will be used beginning in September of this year.
👕 Uzi mpya wa 𝗠𝗡𝗬𝗔𝗠𝗔 🦁#SimbaNaVunjaBei #SimbaWeek #SimbaDay #SimbaDay2022 #NguvuMoja pic.twitter.com/MqFzOL1tOx— Simba Sports Club (@SimbaSCTanzania) August 7, 2022
The Simba Sports Club has revealed the new jerseys that it plans to use during the 2021-2022 season in the various championships in which it will compete. These jerseys will be used beginning in September of this year.
In addition to competing in the Tanzania Mainland Football League, the African Champions League, the Azam Sports Federation Cup, and other Cup competitions, Simba SC will also take part in other Cup competitions.
The Simba Sports Club is a football organization with its headquarters in Kariakoo, which is located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Queens was chosen as the name for the new club that emerged in 1936 after Tanzania Giants, Dar Young Africans, split off to form their own organization. The club was named after her Majesty, the Queen of England. The club’s history includes a number of name changes, including Queens, Eagles, and finally Sunderland. 1971 saw them change their name to Simba (Swahili for “Lion”).
Simba SC have triumphed in a total of 21 league competitions, as well as five domestic cup competitions, and have competed in the CAF Champions League on many occasions. They have also won the CECAFA Club Championship a total of six times, making them one of the most successful clubs in East African football.
Benjamin Mkapa Stadium is the location of all of Simba’s home matches. Simba’s Instagram account had 1.9 million followers in 2022, representing an increase of 89 percent from the previous year. This made it the football club with the most rapidly expanding account on Instagram. 
The club has a total budget of Sh 6.1 Billion (which is equivalent to $5.3 million) for the 2019/2020 season, making it one of the richest in East Africa.