Grace Chanda, a forward for the Copper Queens, the Zambian national women’s football team, has expressed her excitement for the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup, set to begin in Australia and New Zealand in July 2023.
In a recent interview with the Media Team, Chanda also shared her experience during her first year with Madrid CFF in Spain. She talked about the challenges of adjusting to a new style of play and the cultural differences she encountered. Despite these difficulties, Chanda said she is grateful for the opportunity to play and learn from some of the best players in the world. She believes that her experience in Spain will help her to become a better player and contribute more to the Copper Queens’ performance in the World Cup.
Chanda also talked about the state of women’s football in Zambia, saying that there is still a lot of room for improvement.
She hopes that the Copper Queens’ performance in the World Cup will help to inspire more girls in Zambia to take up the sport and raise the profile of women’s football in the country.
The Copper Queens are set to take on some of the top teams in the world in the World Cup, and Chanda is determined to give it her all and make her country proud. She is looking forward to the tournament and is confident that with hard work and determination, the team can achieve great things.