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Tag Archives: Zambia

CAF successfully kicks off CLOP Workshop drive in Zambia!

The rollout of the CAF Club Licensing Platform (CLOP) is fast gaining momentum, as Member Associations and Leagues across the continent continue to adopt and implement the innovative system that has been designed by CAF to assist clubs and federations in digitizing their operations. Working closely with the Football Association …

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Zambia inaugurates stadium renovated with support of FIFA Forward funds!

Zambian football has been given a significant boost with the re-opening of the David Kaunda Stadium in Chipata after it underwent extensive renovation with support from the FIFA Forward development programme. The refurbished stadium was inaugurated at a ceremony led by the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) President Andrew Kamanga …

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Great excitement about the Barca Legends match in Zambia!

What an event this game proved to be in Zambia. The Heroes Stadium in Lusaka was almost filled to the capacity of 55,000 by a noisy and enthusiastic crowd. The president of Zambia, Hakainde Hichilema, greeted the former Barça players before the match. The Barça Legends side controlled the game …

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Germany to face Vietnam & Zambia in pre-FIFA Women’s World Cup friendlies!

The Germany Women’s football team will contest two home friendlies shortly before the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s side will take on Vietnam at the Stadion am Bieberer Berg in Offenbach on June 24, before then playing Zambia on July 7 at the Sportpark Ronhof in Fürth. In these …

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Brighton & Hove Albion’s Enock Mwepu forced to end career aged 24!

Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Enock Mwepu has been forced to end his playing career following the diagnosis of a hereditary heart condition. The condition, which can worsen over time, would put Enock at an extremely high risk of suffering a potentially fatal cardiac event, if he were to continue …

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Zambia’s FAZ mourns first indigenous FIFA referee Simfukwe!

The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is mourning the death of the country’s first indigenous FIFA referee Bennet Simfukwe. Simfukwe, 81 died in Kitwe on July 2 after an illness. He earned his FIFA referee badge three years after Zambia’s independence in 1967 and was CAF Match Commissioner from 1991 …

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Soccerex Connected: Developing Footballers In The Developing World (USA, Africa & India)!

It is a common route for players from the developing world to have to leave their homelands and families at a young age to travel to Europe to have a chance to join a top club. But why? Soccerex Connected will look at the best way to develop talent in …

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