Joaquin Caparros place his aspect through their paces prior to Thursday’s post-season clash with the Wekundu Washington Msimbazi
Tomas Vaclik and jesus Navas took half in coaching on Wednesday evening as LaLiga giants warm up for Thursday’s game with Simba SC.
The Spaniard had arrived in on Tues at Julius Nyerere International airdrome for the clash that is a component of LaLiga’s world challenge programme.
And for the primary time, Los Hispalenses had a feel of the Dar E Salaam National arena wherever they’ll face Tanzania’s most prosperous clubside.
The encounter labeled “LaLiga World SportPesa Challenge” takes place at 7pm (Tanzanian time) at Tanzania National Main arena.
The team travel on Tues to Dar E Salaam and can come back on weekday once the sport and can then begin their holidays.
Sevilla FC, once ending the La Liga season on Sat against Athletic Bilbao at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, have a new match before going off on holidays.
The team can depart to Tanzania around 10:00 CEST on Tues wherever they’ll play a friendly within the National arena of Dar E Salaam, the country’s capital, against the native team, Simba SC.
The match is a component of the LaLiga World high-powered by SportPesa initiative that may be a a part of the broader LaLiga World Challenge project
that aims to push Spanish soccer throughout the globe, spreading the Spanish whole, transfer La Liga nearer to its followers and promoting La Liga clubs outside of Espana.
Sevilla FC are the primary Spanish club to go to Tanzania to play a friendly and can be the second European club to try
and do thus once Everton did in 2017. once returning on Fri, the team can begin their summer holidays.
What time is Simba SC vs Sevilla?
The match will take place at 18:00 CEST and will be broadcast live on SFCTV.
How to watch Simba SC vs Sevilla on TV and live stream
It will be broadcast locally in Tanzania on Safari TV, on SuperSport across Africa and on beIN LaLiga, LaLiga TV and SFC TV in .
The match will be live on SFCTV
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