Simba SC Only Tanzanian Club to Qualify for 2025 FIFA Club World Cup

The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has announced the 12 clubs from Africa that will compete in the qualifying rounds for the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup. Only one club from Tanzania, Simba SC, has met the criteria to be included in the draw.

The new format of the FIFA Club World Cup will involve a total of 32 teams from all over the world. From Africa, only four teams will qualify from the 12 that have been named by FIFA.

Simba SC is the reigning Tanzanian Premier League champion and has also represented Tanzania at the CAF Champions League in the past two seasons. The club has a strong squad with a mix of experienced and young players, and will be a tough opponent for any team that it faces in the qualifying rounds.

The qualifying rounds for the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup will be held in June and July 2024. The four African teams that qualify will join the other 28 teams from around the world for the finals, which will be held in the United States in June and July 2025.

The inclusion of Simba SC in the qualifying rounds is a major achievement for Tanzanian football. It is a sign that the country’s domestic league is improving and that Tanzanian clubs are becoming more competitive on the international stage.

Simba SC will be hoping to make history by becoming the first Tanzanian club to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup. The club has a good chance of doing so, but it will face tough competition from other African clubs, such as Al Ahly of Egypt, Esperance of Tunisia, and Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa.

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