Thursday, September 29th, 2016
The 2016 Barclays Cup Quarter Final match between league champions Zesco United and division one side Konkola Blades will be played in Kitwe at Arthur Davies Stadium. The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) announced that last quarter final match will not be played in Lusaka at Nkoloma stadium as earlier scheduled but will move to the Copperbelt. “Please be advised that the 2016 Barclays Cup Quarter Final Match between Zesco United and Konkola Blades which was scheduled to take place at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka has been moved to ArthurRead More
Make your vote on the ZamFoot home page under the poll section. Kennedy Mweene currently leads the poll. Wedson Nyirenda has also called up outstanding Power Dynamos goalie Allan Chibwe to the national team camp in Ndola.
FORMER Chipolopolo defender Moses Sichone has agreed to be part of the Under-20 national team technical bench as assistant to the imminent appointment of Charles Musonda. And FAZ president Andrew Kamanga says the association is exploring means of camping the team in Europe to give it enough exposure ahead of the CAF Under-20 Africa Cup which Zambia hosts next year. Sources at Football House revealed that during his recent visit to Europe, Kamanga held fruitful discussions with Sichone who agreed to come and discuss personal terms with FAZ during theRead More
CHIPOLOPOLO will don the Kappa brand as they face Nigeria in next month’s 2018 World Cup qualifier. Sources within FAZ have indicated that the association would settle for Kappa as the national team’s kit sponsor. Chipolopolo have had no kit sponsor since a deal with Nike ended in 2014. But FAZ general secretary Ponga Liwewe said the association was working hard to ensure that Chipolopolo was in a new kit as they take on the Super Eagles on October 9. “We are working to make sure Chipolopolo can be dressedRead More
(CNN) — As it stands, Nigeria’s 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign may be over before it even begins. With the country in the midst of a crippling recession triggered by weak oil prices, funding for its men’s national football team has suffered to the point that it risks World Cup disqualification. Although the Super Eagles — who are led by Chelsea star John Obi Mikel — have had their bonuses suspended for six months, the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) now says it is so broke that it cannot afford toRead More