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Yanga is a Dar es Salaam-based football club based in Jangwani. The club, which was founded in 1935, is based at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.

Tanzania’s largest club, Young Africans, is known by nicknames such as “Wananchi” (Citizens) and “Yanga” (Young Boys). The team has won 27 league titles and four domestic cups, in addition to appearing in many CAF Champions League editions. They have also won the CECAFA Club Championship five times, making them one of East Africa’s most successful clubs. (Matokeo Dodoma Jiji vs Yanga 15 May 2022 NBC Premier League Results,Matokeo Yanga vs Dodoma Jiji May 15,2022)

Matokeo Dodoma Jiji vs Yanga 15 May 2022 NBC Premier League Results

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The club grew in popularity among Africans as a symbol of the anti-colonial movement. Because young Africans connected with nationalists and independence warriors, the political party TANU chose yellow and green as its primary colors. Young Africans has been the most successful and dominant team in Tanzanian football. Investors own 49% of the club, while members own the remaining 51%.

The club’s origins can be traced back to the 1910s, but its officially recognized history dates from 1935, when residents of Dar es Salaam, who were classified as Africans by the Tanganyika colonial administration, decided to form a football club to compete in a league dominated by “non-African” football clubs. New Young is said to be the club’s inaugural name. Later, Dar es Salaam Young Africans SC took over, and the club’s name was changed to Young Africans Sports Club.

 

 

After the club was created in 1935, members began to argue over their team’s poor performance and outcomes. The club’s performance deteriorated even further in 1936, prompting some of its members to split and start a new squad. The split’s proponents were Arabs, who considered it as their responsibility to incite discord among the club’s members. With the support of dissidents, they were successful and created Queens F.C. (currently Simba). Since then, Simba and the Young Africans have been foes. The sides put up the most exciting match in Sub-Saharan Africa, with an eye-catching fierceness that has consistently placed among the top five most talked about African football derbies.

In 2020, Yanga has committed to consult for La Liga.The club’s members agreed on May 27 to change the club’s governance structure to allow for private investments from other businesses. They will be up against the Dar es Salaam (also known as Kariakoo) derby. It came in sixth place as one of the most famous African derbies.