Haalubono Names U20 Women World Cup Qualifiers Provisional Squad

Zambia Under-20 Women National Team coach Charles Haalubono has named a 37-member provisional squad for the Costa Rica 2022 FIFA World Cup second round qualifier against Malawi this month.

While the majority of players summoned are relatively new, there is a blend of experience led by ZISD Queens midfielder Evarine Susan Katongo, who featured at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Zambia will host Malawi in the first leg of the tie on 26 September before travelling for the second leg on the weekend of 7-9 October.

The team will enter residential camp today.



Ingutu Muchababali (YASA Queens), Blessings  Kazila (Green Buffaloes), Edina  Luwi Chinyonge (Police Doves Queens), Aisha Gama (Chipata Girls), Loveness   Tonge (Prison Leopards), Thandiwe Madeleine Siwale (Unattached)


Adnelly Sakala (Chipata Girls), Martha Katila Banda, Diana Banda (Busa Queens), Bertha  Imponene, Pamela Lubinda (Nkwazi Queens), Judith  Soko (Green Buffaloes), Thelma      Phiri(Indeni Roses), Margaret   Yambe (Queens Sports Academy), Matilda Choonga (Solwezi Academy Queens)


Evarine Susan Katongo (ZISD Queens), Shelly Masumo, Loveness Malunga (Green Buffaloes), Comfort Selemani, Naomi Phiri (Lusaka Dynamos), Natasha Kapombo (Nkana Queens), Esther Banda (Busa Queens), Tisilile Lungu (Kafue Cranes), Precious Phiri (Queens Sports Academy), Collete Chungu (Unattached), Beauty Zulu, Eless Chilanula (Luyando Foundation), (Lusaka Dynamos)


Salome  Phiri (Busa Queens), Siomala  Mapepa (Lusaka Dynamos), Precious  Nsama (Nkwazi Queens), Florence Kasonde, Melisa Mataba (Yasa Queens), Eneless Phiri (Police Doves Queens), Agness Phiri Queens Sports Academy), Pauline  Zulu (Pataki Queens), Nandipa Mukombe (Lusaka Queens), Lungowe Namasiku (ZISD Queens)



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