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CAF Women's Champions League

Tanzania’s Simba Queens latest to qualify for TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League

Tanzania’s Simba Queens FC will represent the CECAFA Zone at the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 in Morocco later this year.

This is after they qualified for the competition following their hard fought 1-0 win against She Corporate FC (Uganda) in the final of the Zonal qualifier played on Saturday at the Azam Complex in Tanzania.

Aquino scored the sole goal of the match from the spot two minutes after the break.

The highly contested final was refereed by Rwanda’s Salima Mukansanga.

After Simba Queens FC qualification, there are now only two places left to be filled to make up the final tournament quota of eight teams. Below are the five other teams qualified so far:

  • ASFAR (Morocco): Host Club
  • Wadi Degla FC (Egypt): UNAF
  • Green Buffaloes (Zambia): COSAFA
  • Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa): COSAFA
  • Determine Girls FC (Liberia): WAFU A

Credit: CAF Communication Department

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