Morocco to host CHAN

    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has selected Morocco as the host for fifth edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) after Kenya was stripped of the right to host. At an Emergency Committee meeting held on Saturday Morocco was picked ahead of Equatorial Guinea who had also put their name

Shepolopolo U17 wallops Botswana

  The Zambia women under 17 national football team has thumped their Botswana counterparts by five goals to two in the first leg preliminary round of the FIFA under 17 women world cup to be staged in Uruguay next year. Christabel Phiri scored four goals while Lydia Mubanga scored another to silence

Zambia urged to develop Sports

  Three-time English Premier League FA Cup winner and former Nigeria football team captain Nwankwo Kanu says Zambia must use its peaceful nature and friendliness to develop itself in sport and other spheres of the economy.   Kanu has also paid glowing tribute to the Zambian soccer fraternity for according him a memorable

Nwanko Kanu arrives in Zambia

  African football legend Nwankwo Kanu says Zambia has a great team with massive potential to reach greater heights.   Kanu has praised the current Zambian squad, whom he said gave Nigeria a good run for their money in last weekend's 2018 World Cup qualifier, which the Super Eagles won One nil.   He said


  The U-17 Women National Team has stepped up preparations for Sunday’s Uruguay 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Botswana. Coach Kangwa Kaluba is upbeat about his lasses’ chances against the Tswanas and shared with the team’s aspirations in the race to Uruguay. He said that a precedent had already been set

FAZ explains decision not to appeal

    The Football Association of Zambia -FAZ- says its decision not to appeal to FIFA against match officials in Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Nigeria has been guided by the provisions of the FIFA Statutes.   FAZ Communications Manager Desmond Katongo says FIFA status stipulates that the referee's decision cannot be overturned unless

Loss to Nigeria painful but not disappointing-Mawere

      Government says it is not disappointed with Zambia's failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.   Minister of Sports Moses Mawere says though the loss to Nigeria was painful government is not disappointed. Mawere says this is because government is comforted by the fact that there is now a formidable