FAZ President Kamanga Explores U.S. Ventures
Andrew Kamanga, the President of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), has embarked on a significant mission in the United States of America, with a primary focus on the expansive energy sector.
Kamanga’s visit transcends the boundaries of business, extending into the realm of football opportunities.
In a strategic move, he leveraged his time in the U.S.
to explore potential avenues for football development and cooperation, reflecting his commitment to fostering international ties and expanding Zambia’s presence in the global football community.
During his visit, Kamanga engaged in fruitful discussions with Chibamba Kanyama, the Zambian Ambassador to the United States, and his dedicated team, seeking to strengthen diplomatic and sporting relations.
The USA’s co-hosting of the 2026 FIFA World Cup with Mexico has particularly sparked Kamanga’s interest, presenting a unique opportunity to explore new horizons, share expertise, and create bridges of collaboration between Zambia and the host nations.
As the 2026 FIFA World Cup draws nearer, Kamanga is keen on opening doors for Zambian football, potentially leading to enhanced training programs, international tournaments, and collaborative ventures.
The dynamic landscape of football continues to evolve, and Kamanga’s visit to the United States represents a strategic move to ensure that Zambia remains at the forefront of these developments.
By exploring synergies with international partners and harnessing the potential offered by the upcoming World Cup, Kamanga aims to usher in a new era of growth and opportunity for Zambian football, transcending geographical boundaries and uniting nations through the universal language of the beautiful game.