by Agnes Amondi
The Council of Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) has announced its intentions of creating a regional Women’s Champions League.
The tournament, to be organised between May and August, will be used as a zonal qualifier for the new CAF Women’s Champions League to be played later this year.
COSAFA General Secretary Sue Destombes revealed the plans as he rolled out COSAFA’s sporting calender for 2021.
“We will be looking to roll it out between May and August, which will contain a preliminary round and then a final tournament. We are extremely excited about this new competition.” COSAFA General Secretary Sue Destombes said.
Other women’s events on the calendar include the COSAFA Women’s Championship scheduled for September, and the Women’s Under-17 pencilled for August.
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