Coppers Queens are scheduled to leave for Morocco ahead off friendly matches.

The Bruce Mwape coached side will for North Africa on Monday and expected to arrive in the earthquake hit country on Tuesday.

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The two countries will play each other twice with the first match on September 22 and then the second will be staged four days later in Rabat.

Skipper Barbra Banda leads the star studded side.

Zambia and Morocco were at the FIFA 2023 Womens World Cup in Australia/New Zealand with latter reaching the last 16.



Catherine Musonda (Tomiris-Turan-Kazakhstan), Eunice Sakala (Nkwazi Queens), Leticia Lungu (ZESCO Ndola Girls), Loveness Tonge (Prison Leopards)


Pauline Zulu (Elite Ladies), Martha Tembo (BIIK Kazygurt Shymkent-Kazakhstan), Esther Siamfuko, Lushomo Mweemba, Esther Banda (all Green Buffaloes), Judith Soko (YASA), Mary Mulenga (Red Arrows), Vast Phiri (ZESCO Ndola Girls), Jackline Nkole (Indeni Roses), Thelma Cheela (ZANACO Ladies)


Hellen Chanda (Hakkarigucu Spur-Turkey), Ireen Lungu (BIIK Kazygurt Shymkent-Kazakhstan), Evarine Susan Katongo (ZISD Women), Mary Wilombe, Susan Banda (both Red Arrows), Avell Chitundu (ZESCO Ndola Girls), Comfort Selemani (Elite Ladies)


Ochumba Oseke Lubanji (Red Arrows), Hellen Mubanga (Zaragoza CFF-Spain), Rachael Kundananji (Madrid CFF-Spain), Barbra Banda (Shanghai Shengli-China), Agness Phiri, Salome Phiri (Green Buffaloes), Natasha Nanyangwe (Green Buffaloes), Regina Chanda (ZANACO Ladies)

By ZamFoot