Zambia Women’s National Team head coach Charles Bwale has announced his squad to compete at the African Women’s Championship 2014.
To prepare for the crucial FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 qualifying tournament Zambia hosted South Africa and Cameroon in friendly matches in Lusaka. Cameroon defeated Zambia 4-0 whilst South Africa won 2-0 in their first meeting and earned a goalless draw in their second meeting at the beginning of the month.
Zambia are in Group A at the 2014 African Women’s Championship, alongside hosts Namibia, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire. View the TN Mobile 9th African Women’s Championship Groups.
Zambia kick off their tournament campaign against the hosts Namibia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on 11 October. View the full TN Mobile 9th African Women’s Championship fixtures.
Zambia squad for the TN Mobile 9th African Women’s Championship:
Hazel Natasha Nali Chingola (Queens),
Mirriam Katamanda (Red Arrows),
Wendy Lydia Kunda (Moba Queens)
Ethel Esther Chama (Green Buffaloes),
Anita Mulenga (Green Buffaloes),
Meya Banda (Green Buffaloes),
Annie Kibanji (Green Buffaloes),
Grace Zulu (Bauleni Sports Academy),
Emelda Musonda (Red Arrows)
Racheal Lungu (Bauleni Sports Academy),
Lweendo Chisamu (Chibolya Queens),
Esther Nakalange Mukwasa (Moba Queens),
Justina Banda (Olympic Youth Development Centre),
Susan Banda (Red Arrows),
Mary Mwakapila (Bauleni Sports Academy),
Misozi Chisha Racheal Zulu (National Assembly),
Kabange Mupopo (Green Buffaloes)
Hellen Mubanga (Bauleni United Sports Academy),
Carol Theresa Howes (Balcatta SC, Australia),
Nchawaka Namputa Saili (Bauleni United Sports Academy),
Noria Sosala (National Assembly)
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