Copper Queens’ coach, Kanyemba, names provisional squad for 2024 U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup (see list)


Zambia Under-17 Women’s national team coach, Carol Kanyemba, has named her 35-member provisional squad for next month’s 2024 U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup third round, first leg qualifier against Uganda.

Kanyemba retained the majority of players that featured in the second round 5-1 aggregate win over neighbours Tanzania and included a new crop of players who are eligible for the qualifiers.

The Copper Princess would host Uganda at Nkoloma stadium on May 12, 2024 before travelling to Kitende for the reverse fixture a week later.

Winner over both legs would face either Morocco or Algeria in the fourth and final round for a place at the 2024 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup to be staged in the Dominican Republic.

Here is the list for the provisional Squard.

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Margaret Phiri (Elite Ladies), Mwila Chishala Mufunte (Police Dove Queens), Cynthia Mushili (Trident Queens), Mary Nyangu (YASA Queens)


Margaret Gondwe (Luyando Foundation Girls), Natasha Nkaka (Choma Warriors), Matilda Mukunda (Elite Ladies), Florence Mukonkomena (Choma Warriors), Grace Phiri (Play It Forward), Anna Mulunda (Play It Forward), Saliya Mwanza (Elite Ladies), Chabota Mweene (Student Girls FC), Lungowe Phiri (Pataaki Fc), Chimwemwe Banda (Football Chance Academy), Eunice Bwalya (YASA Queens)


Zangose Blessing Zulu (Pataaki Fc), Mapalo Blessing Maluba (Marvelous Academy),
Harriet Matipa (YASA Queens), Bupe Mwewa (Green Eagles), Taonga Mubanga (YASA Queens), Mary Mukupa (Red Arrows), Bertha Banda (FC MUZA Girls), Sharon Muyuti (YASA Queens), Judith Phiri (Chikonaty Girls)


Namute Chileshe (Green Buffaloes), Eunice Mutonyi (Police Dove Queens), Mercy Chipasula (Kamfinsa Blue Eagles), Lweendo Hanongo (Driven Queens), Gift Chilwizhi (Kamfinsa Blue Eagles), Fridah Mukoma (ZESCO Ndola Girls), Caroline Nsondo (Choma Warriors), Ireen Tembo (New Zambeef Chiawa), Mwaziona Sakala (Chipata Girls FC), Ruth Muwowo (Amazing Grace ), Theresa Nayame (Merced Queens).

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