Zanzibar Premier League Table 2022/23 PBZ League Standings

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Zanzibar Premier League Table 2022/23 PBZ League Standings | PBZ Premier League Table Standings 2022/2023: The Zanzibar Premier League is the top football league in Zanzibar, Tanzania. It was founded in 1926 and is currently contested by 15 teams. The current champions for the 2022/21 season is KMKM, who were crowned champions for the 2020/21 season. Some Top teams involved in PBZ league includes Mlandege FC, KMKM, KVZ SC, Black Sailor FC, Taifa Jang’ombe, Zimamoto SC, JKU FC, Polisi Tanzania FC, Mafunzo FC, Chuoni FC, Kisiwani FC, Machomanne United, Uhamiaji FC, Malindi and Kipanga FC

Zanzibar Premier League Table 2022/23 PBZ League Standings

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Zanzibar Premier League Table 2022/23 PBZ League Standings

Zanzibar Premier League Table 2022/23 PBZ League Standings

Zanzibar Premier League Table 2021/22

1.KMKM SC 30 21 7 2  60-18  70  [C] Champions [Unguja]
 2.JKU SC 30 17 8 5  37-16  59               [Unguja]
 3.Mafunzo SC 30 17 6 7  45-23  57                [Unguja]
 4.KVZ FC 30 15 7 8  41-24  52                [Unguja]
 5.Zimamoto SC 30 14 10 6  30-20  52               [Unguja]
 6.Malindi SC 30 14 9 7  37-29  51               [Unguja]
 7.Uhamiaji FC 30 13 8 9  41-26  47  [P]            [Unguja]
 8.Kipanga SC 30 13 6 11  41-25  45                [Unguja]
 9.Black Sailors FC 30 12 8 10  28-24  44                [Unguja]
10.Polisi SC 30 10 12 8  33-27  42
11.Mlandege FC 30 11 8 11  37-25  41                [Unguja]
12.Taifa Jang’ombe 30 11 7 12  27-29  40  [P]           [Unguja]
13.Selem View FC 30 4 9 17  21-55  21  [P]  Relegated [Pemba]
14.Yosso Boys FC 30 3 7 20  22-56  16  [P] Relegated  [Pemba]
15.Machomane United 30 4 3 23  19-63  15  [P]  Relegated  [Pemba]
16.Kisiwani FC 30 3 1 26  16-75  10  [P]  Relegated  [Pemba]

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian insular autonomous region. It is made up of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25-50 kilometers (16-31 miles) off the coast of Tanzania, and is made up of several tiny islands as well as two big ones: On the main island, Unguja, popularly known as Zanzibar, is a stone town and a historic commercial center with Swahili and Islamic influences. Its meandering pathways are studded with 19th-century monuments including minarets, carved doors, and the House of Wonders, the Sultan’s former palace. Nungwi and Kendwa in the north feature long beaches surrounded with hotels.

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