Wafahamu Mashujaa Football Club Mashujaa Football Club Kigoma is a Tanzanian football club based in Kigoma, Tanzania. The club was founded in 1978 and has since participated in various regional and national football competitions.
Wafahamu Mashujaa Football Club Kigoma
The club has had some notable achievements over the years. In 2006, they won the Kigoma Regional League and went on to participate in the Tanzanian Second Division League. In 2010, they won the Kigoma Regional Cup and were runners-up in the Tanzanian Second Division League.
Mashujaa Football Club Kigoma has a strong fan base in the Kigoma region and has contributed to the development of football in Tanzania. The club has also provided opportunities for young players to showcase their talent and pursue their dreams of becoming professional footballers.
Overall, Mashujaa Football Club Kigoma is an important part of the Tanzanian football landscape and continues to make significant contributions to the sport.
Mashujaa FC Promoted to the NBC Premier League 2023/2024, Mashujaa Kigoma Regional Club has succeeded in advancing to the NBC Tanzania Mainland Premier League 2023/2024 after emerging with a 1-0 victory against Mbeya City in the rematch of the qualifiers to play the league next season held today at Sokoine Stadium in Mbeya Mashujaa’s only goal was scored by John Budeba in the 87th minute and with that result Mashujaa has advanced to the Premier League with a 4-1 aggregate victory following a 3-1 victory in the first game held at the Lake Tanganyika Stadium in Kigoma Region last week.
Mashujaa reached this stage after defeating Pamba FC of Mwanza, while Mbeya City fell to this stage after being defeated by KMC who were in the first qualifying matches. In that way, next season 2023/24 we will have three guests from the Championship, apart from Mshujaa, the other team that hosted the NBC Premier League next season is the Champions of the Championship 2022/2023 JKT Tanzania and the runners-up, Kitayosce FC of Tabora.
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