Zambia Under-17 Women’s coach, Kanyemba, names 34-member provisional squad for World Cup qualifiers


Zambia Under-17 Women’s National Team Coach, Carol Kanyemba, has named a 34-member provisional squad.

The Team had since entered camp in Lusaka to prepare for the 2024 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup second round back-to-back qualifiers against Tanzania next month.

Kanyemba had named 12 players from the provincial side that was assembled after the national trials involving all 10 provinces that played the All-Stars team at Sunset stadium on January, 6, 2024.

Zambia would host Tanzania on February, 3, 2024, before travelling for the away fixture a week later and the winner over two legs would face Uganda or Cameroon in the third round.

Three African teams qualify for the 2024 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup to be held Dominican Republic after round four of the qualifiers.

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Here is the list of players:


Gift Chimba (Chipata Girls), Cynthia Mushili (Trident Queens), Margaret Phiri (Elite Ladies), Mwila Chishala Mufunte (Police Dove Queens)


Theresa Mubiana (Randers), Matilda Mukunda (Elite Ladies), Tendai Mbao (Paataki FC), Judith Banda (Football Chance), Lucy Tembo (Eastern Province), Tamika Siampamba (New Stars Academy), Martha Phiri (Western Province), Musole Shawa (Western Province), Prospelindah Mwiinde Milambo (Choma Warriors)


Zangose Zulu (Pataaki FC), Naomi Banda (Bwacha Queens), Mwape Kandinda, Eunice Mutonyi (both Police Dove Queens), Natasha Kasema(Ingwe Girls FC), Taonga Mubanga, Eunice Bwalya, Harriet Matipa (all YASA Queens), Chricencia Phiri (Radars Queens FC), Lweendo Hanongo (Driven Queens), Natasha Nkaka (Choma Warriors)


Saliya Mwanza (Elite Ladies), Mercy Chipasula, Gift Chilwizhi (both Kamfinsa Police Blue Eagles), Margaret Gondwe (Luyando Foundation Girls), Mwaziona Sakala (Chipata Girls), Namute Chileshe (Green Buffaloes), Theresa Nayame (Merced Queens), Dorcas Kupanda (Kansanshi Dynamos), Blessings Maluba (Marvelous Girls FC), Ruth Muwowo (Amazing Grace Girls)

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