Opinion: FIFA ranking is disputable but Africa’s inactivity shows it’s spot on

By Ijeoma Okigbo Photo Credit: WomensSoccer Africa Africa's inability to make the top 20 of Fifa's quarterly women’s World Ranking since its inception in 2003, is a source of concern for women’s football enthusiasts across the continent. In its most recent rankings released on 23 March, Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania were not included. NEW

Uganda bank on good fortunes on their return to international football

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: Eddiba Uganda return to the continental scene after over a year of dormancy and their first assignment will be the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) first round qualifiers. The Crested Crane of Uganda will play  neighbours, the Harambee Starlets of Kenya, in the first round of the

FIFA U-17 WWC: CAF Qualifiers set for October

Rebecca Magoma The African qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup has been set for October with preliminary round fixtures out. Ten teams will take part in the preliminary round ahead of the finals tournament that is set for Uruguay in 2018. Once again rivalry is expected as Ethiopia host neighbours

Ndoko replaces Ngachu as Cameroon Coach

By Njie Enow  When Carl Enow Ngachu got appointed as pioneer Director General of Cameroon's National Football Academy, pundits began questioning his ability to handle two key positions with the same efficiency. After his appointment on the 24 May, the 42-year-old had told the management of Cameroon's top tier men's outfit Colombe

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

Banyana conclude tour of Cameroon

  South African women's national team and coach Vera Pauw concluded their successful tour with a 2-2 draw against Cameroon at the Omnisport Stadium in Limbe. Pauw rewarded the young player Linda Motlhalo (17) with a start after coming on as substitute and scoring a goal from the last friendly match against the home