?> March 1, 2021 | ZamFoot

Monday, March 1st, 2021


Lusaka Provincial D1: Young Buffaloes go top, Misisi finally concede as Shamuel and Young Zanaco share spoils

Riflemen make potholes on Misisi goal mouth, Young Buffaloes overthrow Misisi on top and Paramilitary recording back-to-back win are some of the talking points as the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Lusaka Provincial Division One entered week 16 of action. Former Green Buffaloes player Ashford Kalusa’s first-half goal brought to an end Lloyd Mwansa’s 7 consecutive games clean sheets record over the weekend. Misisi Youth Soccer Academy went 7 straight games without conceding a goal in the opening fixtures of the Lusaka Province Division 1 League. Riflemen become the firstRead More

Edward Tembo enjoying life at Buildcon, Early signs look promising

The midfielder was part of the coach Beston Chambeshi 2017 U-20 AFCON winning squad, be it as a fringe player with Boyd Musonda preferred in the defensive midfield role and Moses Nyondo and Solomon Sakala at the heart of defense given that he can easily fit in those positions. When the players returned to their clubs, Tembo was among the players that showed great improvement and promise, it was exciting to see him play at the City of Lusaka with an armband, he was simply brilliant, yes City ya MotoRead More

Chilufya nets hat-trick, goals for Patson Daka and Kalunga

Several Zambian players abroad were in action with their respective teams. The Tiger, Edward Chilufya scored a hat-trick, Patson Daka and Kenneth Kalunga were on target. Rally Bwalya assisted one goal and was involved in another while Klings and Evans Kangwa suffered huge defeats at the hands of Sochi. In DR Congo, Kabaso Chongo and Tandi Mwape put in full shifts while Rainford Kalaba was an unused substitute for TP Mazembe in their goalless draw with Lupopo. In Morocco, Striker Lazarus Kambole came from the bench to play the lastRead More


The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) held its elective annual general meeting on 27, February 2021 at Fairmount hotel in Livingstone that saw the ascendancy of Justin Mumba and Colonel Priscilla KATOBA to the country’s football mother body as Vice President and women’s representative — respectively. The duo joins, FAZ President Andrew Kamanga and other ten executive committee members from ten provinces. Former Zesco United Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Justin Mumba marshaled 55 votes against his closest rival Gideon Mwenya who garnered 31 votes. Green Buffaloes Women’s football club PresidentRead More