Fixtures

Tanzania Premier League 06/29 13:00 30 Young Africans vs Mtibwa Sugar - View

Results

Tanzania Premier League 06/25 12:30 29 Mbeya City v Young Africans D 1-1
Gambia Division 2 06/23 16:00 - Young Africans FC v Latrikunda Utd W 1-0
Tanzania Premier League 06/22 15:30 28 Young Africans v Polisi Tanzania FC W 2-0
Tanzania Premier League 06/15 17:30 27 [1] Young Africans FC v Coastal Union [6] W 3-0
Tanzania Premier League 05/23 13:00 25 [15] Biashara United FC v Young Africans FC [1] D 1-1
Tanzania Premier League 05/20 16:00 24 [1] Young Africans FC v Mbeya Kwanza FC [16] W 4-0
Tanzania Premier League 05/15 13:00 26 [8] Dodoma Jiji FC v Young Africans FC [1] W 0-2
Tanzania Premier League 05/09 16:00 23 [1] Young Africans FC v Tanzania Prisons [15] D 0-0
Tanzania Premier League 05/04 13:00 21 [14] Ruvu Shooting v Young Africans FC [1] D 0-0
Tanzania Premier League 04/30 14:00 20 [1] Young Africans FC v Simba Sports Club [2] D 0-0
Tanzania Premier League 04/23 16:00 22 [1] Young Africans FC v Namungo FC [3] W 2-1
Tanzania Premier League 04/06 17:15 19 [3] Azam FC v Young Africans FC [1] W 1-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 43 25 18
Wins 27 16 11
Draws 12 6 6
Losses 4 3 1
Goals for 64 44 20
Goals against 18 13 5
Clean sheets 29 16 13
Failed to score 10 5 5

Wikipedia - Young Africans S.C.

Young Africans Sports Club, commonly referred as YANGA is a Tanzanian biggest football club based in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1935, the club play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.

Nicknamed "Wananchi" (Citizens) and "Yanga" (Young Boys), the club has won 28 league titles and number of domestic cups, and have participated in multiple CAF Champions League editions. They have won the CECAFA Club Championship five times.

The club became a symbol of the anti-colonial movement. Young Africans became associated with nationalists and freedom fighters, and inspired the political party TANU to adopt yellow and green as their primary colours. The club is currently in a process that will keep the club ownership 49% for investors and the rest 51% to the club members.

The club holds a long-standing rivalry with their cross-city rivals Simba, whom they contest the Dar es Salaam (better known as Kariakoo) derby. The rivalry was ranked 5th as one of the most famous African derbies.

History

The club's roots can be traced as far back as 1910s, but the officially recognised history of the club started in 1935 when Dar es Salaam residents, who were grouped as Africans by the colonial administration in Tanganyika, decided to form a football club to compete in a league which was full of "non-African" football clubs. The name New Young is said to be the club's first name. Later it was replaced by the name Dar es Salaam Young Africans SC, and eventually the name changed to Young Africans Sports Club.

After its establishment in 1935, its members squabbled over their team's poor performance and results. The club had an even poorer and unsatisfactory performance in 1936 that caused some of the members to split and form another team. The proponents of breaking away were Arabs who saw fit to cause conflict among the club members that led to a split. They succeeded, and together with dissidents formed a club known as Queens F.C. (currently Simba). The two teams, Young Africans and Simba have been rivals ever since. The teams makes up the most entertaining clash in Sub-Saharan region, the eye-catching fierce and regarded on all the time top five talked about derbies in African football.

In 2020 Yanga signed a consultancy deal with La Liga. On May 27, the members of the club agreed to change their club's ruling structure to allow private investments from other companies.