?> October 12, 2019 | ZamFoot

Saturday, October 12th, 2019


COSAFA U-17: Zambia thrash Eswatini

Zambia U-17 national team cruised to a six nil win sweeping aside Eswatini with six goals in what was an emphatic and dominant performance from the Osward Mutapa tutored side. The young Copper Bullets took the lead just five minutes into the match following some miscommunication at the back which allowed Moses Mulenga to sneak in and open the scoring. Rickson Ng’ambi doubled the Young Chipolopolo lead ten minutes when he curled a left-footed shot into the goal. COSAFA U17 YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP Eswatini 🇸🇿 0-6 🇿🇲 Zambia Man Of TheRead More

Mwenya Chibwe successfully switches to Chipolopolo

26 years old South Africa born Zambian goalkeeper Cyril Chibwe Mwenya has completed his passport formalities and is officially eligible to play for the Zambia national team. Mwenya who is currently the first-choice goalkeeper at Polokwane City in the South African premier league, a club he only joined on 4th June 2019. He, however, still has tight competition at Club level from Zimbabwean International goalkeeper George Chigova. Chibwe was eligible to play for Bafana Bafana but he turned them down for the Copper and Green of Zambia. According to SouthRead More

FAZ WOMEN’S LEAGUE : pre-season Friendly Update

Kitwe Girls Academy Vs Indeni Roses. Date: 12th October 2019 Venue: St. Marceline Grounds, Kitwe. Kick-Off: 15.00hrs Football Association of Zambia(FAZ) Women’s League 2019 Copperbelt Region Champions Indeni Roses will this afternoon travel to St. Marceline Grounds in Kitwe to lock horns with Kitwe Girls Academy who are bubbling with confidence and are Optimistic of beating the Roses who have had a great run in 2019 under the hospices of Coach Benson Chambeshi and Robson Simukonde. The Roses are a force to be reckoned and Kitwe Girls who are knownRead More


Zesco United were drawn in group A alongside Congo giant TP Mazembe, Angolan Premeiro de Agosto and the winner between Egyptian Zamalek and Senegalese Generation Foot, whose match was abandoned after a decision to prematurely rescheduling the venue and that led the Generation Foot contingent into protesting.   The Ndola based side secured a spot amongst the giants of African football after beating eSwatini side Green Mamba FC on aggregate 3-nil in the first round of the preliminaries. In the second round, Zesco United ran out victorious after beating TanzanianRead More

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