Ghana to host 2018 Africa Women’s Championship

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has selected Ghana to host the 2018 Africa Women’s Championship. Ghana was granted permission to host the competition for the first time after emerging as the only country to bid for the tournament. The country’s experience of successfully hosting previous CAF tournaments in recent times, The

JORDAN 2016: Cameroon claim scalp over Flamingoes rival

  The Flamingoes first opponent at the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, Brazil, were over the weekend beaten by Cameroon’s junior national side in their last friendly match. The loss came before the match against Nigeria at the King Abdullah Stadium, Amman on October 1. The Cameroon Lionesses defeated the South Americans

Egypt did not test us enough – Mlauzi

By Grace Chirumanzu        Zimbabwe women’s football team beat Egypt 2-1 in an international friendly at Rufaro on Tuesday. The two teams were using the match as preparations for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations that is set for Yaoundé in November. Interestingly the Mighty Warriors were recently drawn into the same

Flamingos to leave for Jordan, Brazil face Cameroon

Nigeria’s Flamingos will jet out for the FIFA U17 World Cup in Jordan on Monday. September 26, officials have disclosed. The women’s U17s build-up for Jordan 2016 has been limited to test matches against local sides in Abuja as planned international warm-up against fellow qualifiers Ghana or Cameroon did not materialize. The

#SaveTheNWFL: LMC donates $31,000 to league

  The League Management Company has handed the Nigeria Women Football League a N10 million ( approx $31,721)  lifeline, for the remainder of the second round of matches for the season. The fund will help the NWFL pay indemnities of match officials, taking the responsibility off the host teams. Five teams in the division who

Lifeline for Angels as Ohale fires champions to final

  A 32nd-minute goal from central defender, Osinachi Ohale was all Rivers Angels needed to progress into the final of this year’s Women Federation Cup. Wednesday's pulsating encounter in Enugu saw Rivers Angels and Nasarawa Amazons give a good account of themselves in the semi-final game. The six-time champions took the lead via a