Matokeo Yanga vs US Monastir 12 February 2023 CAF Confederation Cup, US Monastir is going head to head with Young Africans Sport Club starting on 12 Feb 2023 at 16:00 UTC . The match is a part of the CAF Confederations Cup, Group D. Here Uniforumtz.com you can find all updates for US Monastir vs Young Africans Sport Club results sorted by their H2H matches.
CAF Confederation Cup
The Confederation of African Football organizes the CAF Confederation Cup, an annual club football competition (CAF). After the CAF Champions League, it is the second-tier competition for African club teams. The event features teams from various African countries, with the victor earning the chance to compete in the CAF Champions League the following year.
Matokeo Yanga vs US Monastir 12 February 2023 CAF
FT: US Monastir 2-0 Yanga Sc
The six matches of the group stage of the African Confederation Cup, gives Yanga the certainty of harvesting Sh2.1 billion, Yanga will face Monastir in the match of Group D of the championship on February 12 before returning home to face TP Mazembe and then follow Real Bamako of Mali again. The Yanga team can get more moeny if it goes further in the championship, it is based on the sponsorship agreement entered into recently with the Haier Company with a value of Sh 1.5 billion and the money they secured for themselves by playing in the groups of the African Confederation in the amount of 275,000 Dollars (Sh 643 million). from Caf.
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Matokeo Yanga vs US Monastir 12 February 2023 Caf Confederation Cup,Matokeo US Monastr vs Yanga, Young Africans vs US Monastir will be available here.
CAF Confederation Cup D Teams
Young Africans Sports Club
Young Africans Sports Club, commonly referred as Yanga is a Tanzanian professional football club based in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1935, the club play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.
Union Sportive Monastirienne, or USM, is a football team from Monastir in Tunisia. Its Arabic name is “Union Sportive Monastirienne.” Ruspina Sports, the organization’s original name at founding, was changed to Union Sportive Monastirienne in 1942. The new name honors the merger of Ruspina Sports with other local clubs (such as swimming, petanque, etc.) and the Monastir Nationalists (like Mustapha Ben Jannet).
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As Real Bamako
The football team from Mali known as Real Bamako, or Association Sportive du Real Bamako, is based in Bamako. They compete in the Malian Première Division, the national football league. The name of their home field is Stade Modibo Keta.
Salif “Domingo” Keta (1963–1967) was one of Real Bamako’s best players. He went on to win three championships and the Ballon d’Or Africain (1970) in Saint-Étienne, France.
The Benedictine monks who oversaw the Institut Saint-Boniface school in Élisabethville (current-day Lubumbashi), in Katanga Province, originally formed Tout Puissant Mazembe, the first sports club from the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a worth of at least $10 million.
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In 1939, the missionaries made the decision to form a football team for the Boy Scout troop of the pupils, which they dubbed Saint Georges FC in honor of the Scouting movement’s patron saint. The Belgian King formed the Royal Federation of the Native Athletic Associations (Fédération Royale des Associations Sportives Indigènes, or FRASI), which this team directly allied itself with in the first level. Holy Georges finished the season in third place.