FAZ has completely closed Football House from any access any walk-ins or otherwise due to the pandemic Covid-19. This is in accordance with the safety guidelines from the Government of Zambia through the Ministry of Health since the corona outbreak. Earlier in March 2020, the government suspended and restricted public gatherings that affected sports activities and club meetings and matches. Hence FAZ suspended all football activities in the Zambia Super league, National League and all the lower divisions. Following the increase of confirmed cases of COVID-19 especially in Lusaka the Football Association Of Zambia further aligned with the government safety guidelines giving priority to employees, players and all member officials of clubs. Access including walk-ins to Football House and FAZ is now completely
Former Nkana football club striker Walter Bwalya Binene Monday evening helped his team through in a stalemate against Ismaily. Ismaily vs EL Gouna was battled out in the Egyptian premier league round 18 finishing in a 1-1 draw. At break time a deadlock as neither team could make a breakthrough. But proceeding into the second half Patrick Kaddu broke the silence for the host in the 73rd minute of play. And a few minutes later yellow was shown to 22 year Mohamed Makhlouf making chance for Walter Bwalya step in Islam Mohareb. And soon enough 8 minutes after Walter Bwalya super-sub, the lad found the net in the 87th minute bringing EL Gounah to level with the host.
Below are the successful candidates that will be on the ballot on the 2020 FAZ elections that commence on March 7, 2020. The 2020 FAZ elections AGMs will run up to 28th March in the following below order Note: All provincial chairpersons will automatically sit on the FAZ executive committee giving all provinces equal representation on the national body. FAZ Executive Committee President Joseph Nkole Emmanuel Munaile Andrew Ndanga Kamanga Vice President Henschel Nyirenda Chitembeya Dr Joseph Mulenga Justin Mumba Rix Mweemba Gideon Mwenya Mandona Longa Women Representative Brenda Kunda Priscilla Katoba Nelly Miamba Mwansa Hildah Mwila Mutangama Kunda Bowa 1) Eastern Province - 7th March ChairmanDominic Kapenda Crispin KamunaChibisa Banda Vice Chairman Nicholas Nyirenda Austin Moonga Haafwuma
Kabwe Youth Academy game against Napsa Stars has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Ucar Chitalu Stadium. Kabwe town experienced heavy downpour that left the pitch waterlogged. This is the second game to be postponed in the MTN FAZ week 23. The other game is between Nkana and Zanaco. Zanaco have a commitment in the CAF confederation cup hosting the Pyramids. The rest of the MTN FAZ week 23 fixtures is as; Saturday 29/02/2020 13:00 KYSA Vs NAPSA Stars(Godfrey Chitalu Stadium-Live on SuperSport) Postponed 15:00 Kabwe Warriors Vs Nakambala Leopards(Godfrey Chitalu Stadium-Live on SuperSport) 15:00 Red Arrows Vs Lusaka Dynamos(Nkoloma Stadium) 15:00 Green Eagles Vs Mufulira Wanderers(Independence Stadium) 15:00 Nkwazi Vs Green Buffaloes(Edwin Imboela Stadium) Sunday 01/03/2020 13:00 Forest Rangers Vs Lumwana Radiants(Levy Mwanawasa Stadium-Live on
2020 Absa Cup participants have been decided and the list is interesting as ever. Two teams are pulled out from the Eden University National League while 6 teams are coming from the MTN FAZ Super League. Break down for 2020 Absa Cup 8 teams is 4 teams are coming from the Copperbelt while 2 from Southern province coming from the same sponsor. Central and Lusaka provinces have one contender each. The list comprises of familiar teams that have performed in the recent past. Competitors for the annual ABSA Cup are traditionally decided at half-mark of the season. Here are the 8 teams picked having qualified for the 2020 ABSA Cup; Zesco United Football Club Green Eagles Football Club Nkana Football Club NAPSA Stars FC Kabwe Warriors
Woes to Green Buffaloes, Woes to Zesco United. Woes to Buildcon. Woes to Green Eagles. Green Buffaloes who suffered defeat at home while Zanaco simply sensational breathe more life, handling Buildcon 2 up and the later nothing. And it was Woes to Zesco United. Red Arrows reigned supreme over Green Buffaloes in the army derby. Woes to Buffaloes as James Chamanga netted a brace flying the airmen forward. At half time both teams were poised at 1-1. But later into the second half James Chamanga found the pace and in the 74th minute took lead until the final whistle condemning the Army to the gallow. In Mufulira at Shinde Stadium, it was Baba Basile's day helping Lusaka Dynamos net 2 up to