AS Vita History Toward Their Game Against Simba Today
AS Vita is an existing team in the city center of Kinshasa in DR Congo and was established in 1935 as it was called Renaissance but later in 1939 it was named by the Victoria Club.
In 1971 the team was renamed and is now called the Association Sportive Vita Club in short AS Vita. The Nickname AS Vita is 'The Black Dolphins' or in Swahili Pomboo Weusi.
As Vita plays their major tournament games they use DR Congo's field for most of their Martyrs Stadium fans capable of carrying 80,000 people.
In DR Congo AS Vita is a very successful team in the country's soccer league, such as Linafoot, having won the total of 14 cups of the league. The war is behind the TP Mazembe who is taking the lead in taking 16 cups of DR Congo.
The AS Vita club is hosting an international championship club like the famous Caf Champions League champion. The war has been split into 14 seasons and won in 1973 by Asante Kotoko of Ghana while holding second place in 1981 after the closing of the final match with Algeria's JE Tizi-Ouzou which is now known as JS Kabylie.
In 1978 they ended the semi-finals and were released by the Hafia FC in Guinea for a goal after they closed 2-0 goals in Guinea and were locked 3-1 at home.
The war did not end there because in 2014 they played also the African Champions League finals and were tied to Algeria's ES Setif for a 1-1 draw in Algeria with a 2-2 draw in Congo.
In the Veteran Championship Championship AS Vita has participated in the tournament four times, including the group stage in 2008, 2009 and 2010, finalizing the Championship final in 2018 and losing sight of the Raja Casablanca club in Morocco.
Their squad will play today, it will miss his defender Dharles Mondia's middle balloon after the release of red card against Al Ahly where As Vita beaten 2-0 defeat.
AS Vita is a blessed club with having the best players in all areas within the stadium. Among the players being watched by the Simba club in the game today include Dance, Moloko Kisinda, Kisses and Others.
AS Vita has only three foreign players including Lukong (Cameroon), midfielder Omary Sidibe (Mali) and Aluku (Cameroon) striker.
Often the coach of AS Vita Florence Ibenge is a fast-paced believer and at the same time when he is at home and that's why their lot of results get in their home field and not geographical areas.
Since June 2017 until now the As Vita has played 11 games for the African Champions League and the federation Cup and has never been closed in their home field.
Every happy Simba Sc in the game vs AS Vita, surely many Tanzanians behind you will have a result.