CCM Kirumba Stadium

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CCM Kirumba Stadium
Uwanja wa CCM Kirumba  (Swahili)
CCM Kirumba Stadium Mwanza.JPG
LocationMakongoro Road, KITANGIRI, Mwanza, Tanzania
Coordinates2°30′00″S 32°53′58″E / 2.499921°S 32.899490°E / -2.499921; 32.899490Coordinates: 2°30′00″S 32°53′58″E / 2.499921°S 32.899490°E / -2.499921; 32.899490
OwnerChama Cha Mapinduzi
TypeMulti-purpose stadium
Capacity35,000[1]
Tenants
Mbao FC, Alliance Schools FC, Pamba F.C. and Toto African
Website
www.ccm.or.tz

CCM Kirumba Stadium is multi-purpose stadium in Mwanza, Tanzania. It has a capacity of 35,000 and is the second largest stadium in the country after the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam

The stadium was officially opened by the late Mwl Julius Kamabarage Nyerere in 14 January 1994 but its construction begun in 1989.

The stadium is owned by CCM national party since it was opened by the first president of the country

Matches[edit]

The Tanzania national football team played against Senegal in 2007.

The Tanzania national football team played a friendly game in the stadium against Malawi on 29 March 2015. The match resulted in a 1-1 draw. [2]

It has been the home of Mwanza football teams that plays in Tanzanian Premier League and in the Tanzanian first division.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stadiums in Tanzania". World Stadiums. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
  2. ^ http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/Sports/-/1840572/2669382/-/81fix1/-/index.html

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