Tanzanian Premier League - WikipediaTanzanian Premier LeagueFounded1965; 57 years ago, as National LeagueCountry TanzaniaConfederationConfederation of African FootballNumber of teams16Level on pyramid1Relegation toChampionshipDomestic cup(s) Azam Sports Federation Cup International cup(s) CAF Champions League CAF Confederation Cup Current championsYoung Africans S. C. (2021–22)Most championshipsYoung Africans S.
Recent positive performances by TPL clubs in continental competitions has seen Tanzania rise in the CAF 5-Year Ranking. As a result, more teams from the league have had the opportunity to compete on the continental stage. CAF Champions League The league champion qualifies for the CAF Champions League of the following season. Starting in the 2021-22 season, the second placed team from the previous season has also qualified for the CAF CL. CAF Confederation Cup Since the 2015–16 season, the winner of the Tanzania FA Cup has qualified for the CAF Confederations Cup.
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This qualification berth had previously been only awarded to the runner-up in the Premier League. From the 2021-22 season onwards, the champions of the FA Cup and the third-placed team in the Premier League have also qualified for the tournament. Clubs Starting from the 2018–19 season, the league is composed of 20 teams, which was further lowered to 18 in 2020 and 16 in 2021. Champions Club Wins Yanga 28 Simba (includes Sunderland) 22 Maji Maji 3 Malindi 2 Prisons 1 Pan African Azam Cosmopolitans Mseto Sports Coastal Union Pamba KMKM Wins by year Previous champions are: 1965: Sunderland (Dar es Salaam) 1966: Sunderland (Dar es Salaam) 1967: Cosmopolitans S.
Winners of each match earn three points, a draw earns a point for both teams, while a loss earns zero points. Promotion & Relegation The bottom two placed teams are automatically relegated to the Championship, and are replaced by the winners and runner's up from the Championship. The third and fourth worst ranked teams enter a play-off with the 3rd and 4th placed teams from the First Division.  International Competitions As a member of CAF, teams based in Tanzania compete in the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup.
The Sudanese team broke up in the mid-1940s. From this period onwards, Yanga and Sunderland gradually became the most popular and strongest clubs in Dar es Salaam. Yanga, founded in 1938, entered the first division of the league soon afterwards and won four major cups in 1942. Sunderland joined the first division soon after Yanga, and won four important trophies in 1946. By 1955, the Dar es Salaam league had 38 registered clubs.
It became the "National League" by 1965, incorporating most of the major teams in Tanzania. The name was later changed to the "First Division Soccer League" and to the "Premier League" in 1997. Tanzania Breweries became the sponsor of the championship, after which the League was called the Tanzania Breweries League (TBL).
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(Dar es Salaam) 1968: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1969: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1970: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1971: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1972: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1973: Simba S. (Dar es Salaam) 1974: Young Africans S. (Dar es Salaam) 1975: Mseto S. (Dar es Salaam) 1976: Simba S. (Dar es Salaam) 1977: Simba S. (Dar es Salaam) 1978: Simba S. (Dar es Salaam) 1979: Simba S.
In 1942, clubs from public institutions such as the Government School, Post Office, Railways SC, King's African Rifles SC, Police SC and Medical Department started to dominate the league. However, after World War II, most teams were disbanded; many European players stopped taking part in the league, and their clubs, which included Gymkhana Club, Police, King's African Rifles, Railways, eventually withdrew. They were replaced, from the 1940s on, by African street teams such as Young Africans (Yanga) and Sunderland (known as Old Boys in 1942 and later to become Simba), as well as the Goan's Club manned by Goans, and the Agha Khan Club by Ismaili Khojas.
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