CAF Champions league for women’s teams

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Staff Writer 

Harare - The Confederation of African Football has said women’s clubs should have a Champions League of their own.

The continental soccer governing body made the resolution at a virtual conference on September 10, 2020. 

All zones across Africa have been asked to organise qualifiers to determine finalists in the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League to take place next year. 

The first competition will see eight teams grouped in two pools completing to be crowned the queens of African football.

 

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