Football House Completely Closed because of COVID-19

Football House in Lusaka house the Executive committee and overseer of football matters in the country

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

The Most Expensive Football Transfers of the Last Decade

The Most Expensive Football Transfers of the Last Decade include names like Emmanuel Mayuka from Zambia and other international players like Neymar, Philippe Coutinho

Emmanuel Mayuka was one of the most expensive Zambian footballers ever. He made his senior debut at the Kabwe Warriors in 2006, then transferred to Israel, and Switzerland, ultimately ending up at the English Premier League team Southampton in 2012. Although his transfer fee was not disclosed, reports speak of £3 million (around ZMW57 million today), making him one of the most expensive Zambian players in history. Still, this stellar transfer fee pales in comparison to last year’s most expensive players who switched teams in the last decade.   Emmanuel Mayuka makes for the most expensive Zambian players in history. 5. Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool to Barcelona, 2018)  Brazilian attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho made his debut at the Italian team Inter Milan in 2008, spending four years there

MTN FAZ super league week 20 results

MTN FAZ super league week 20 results

MTN FAZ super league week 20 results show 7 victors out of 9. The losers included Green Buffaloes, Red Arrows, Kabwe Yout Soccer Academy, Napsa Stars, Kabwe Warriors, Mufulira Wanderers and Nakambala Leopards. Lusaka Dynamos and Nkana, Lumwana Radiants and Buildcon where the only teams to register draws. Here are the full results for MTN FAZ super league week 20 Saturday Writings Green Buffaloes 0-1 Green Eagles Lusaka Dynamos 1-1 Nkana FC Kansanshi Dynamos 1-0 Red Arrows Power Dynamos 4-0 Kabwe Youth Napsa Stars 0-1 Nkwazi Lumwana Radiants 0-0 Buildcon Sunday Writings Zanaco 3-2 Kabwe Warriors Mufulira Wanderers 0-2 Zesco United Nakambala Leopards 1-3 Forest Rangers

MTN FAZ week 12 results

Bornwell Mwape celebrates with fellow Napsa players helping team cross over Zanaco

Big names in the super league Aggrey Chiyagi, George Lwadamina and Numamba have dropped points at week 12 while Nkana gets 3 points over in Solwezi. Fulltime results in Lusaka was in favour of Napsa Stars against Zanaco, Red Arrows over Nkwazi. Lusaka Dynamos got better of Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy. At Shinde Stadium in Mufulira Mufulira Wanderers worries deepen with the sad result delivered by Forest Rangers. Week 12 Full-Time Results Zesco United 0-0 Green Eagles Lumwana Radiants 0-2 Nkana Red Arrows 1-0 Nkwazi Napsa Stars 3-2 Zanaco Lusaka Dynamos 1-0 Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy Kansanshi Dynamos 1-1 Buildcon Mufulira Wanderers 1-2 Forest Rangers Sunday 24th November Power Dynamos vs Nakambala Leopards Green Buffaloes vs Kabwe Warriors

Prosper Chilufya vs Zakaria Chilongoshi; who is who?

Prosper Chilufya vs Zakaria Chilongoshi

Beston CHAMBESHI named his local-based under 23 squad and eye brows of mixed feelings have been raised on the dropping of Zakaria Chilongoshi at the expense of Prosper Chiluya both of Kabwe Warriors. Chilongoshi plays more often than Chiluya at Kabwe Warriors and everyone wonders how he is dropped while Chiluya who is not the coaches favourite at warriors has been picked. More Details: Zakaria Chilongoshi player profile Chilongoshi or Chiluya where did CHAMBESHI go wrong? Consistency, focus and a defined tactical approach towards the game is everything descriptive about a team destined for success. Success especially at the world stage like the Olympics. Looking at the growth and success of the under 23 team under Beston CHAMBESHI from their participation and consequent

Kwimba Winstone Kalengo hattrick floors Buffaloes

Winstone Kalengo

Things kept falling apart at Green Buffaloes as they were put to the sharp sword. Kwimba Winstone Kalengo hattrick completely floored Buffaloes this afternoon when they succumbed to a 3-1 loss to a massively poetic Zesco United. The match week 6 was played at Sunset Stadium on an early kick-off. It is a second loss In a row for Green Buffaloes who drop into the relagation on the log while Zesco United stay atop of the league table counting down into the Champions league group matches. The match began on a nervy note with both teams flashing out flowery moves but it was Zesco United who went ahead in the 32nd minute through a Winstone Kalengo tap in from close range. The defending