Mwape Names 32 Copper Queens Squad For Korea Friendlies

Zambia Women’s National Team coach Bruce Mwape has announced his 32-member local provisional squad that has commenced preparations for next month’s international friendlies against South Korea.


The Copper Queens will be away to South Korea on 7 and 11 April as part of intensified groundworks for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in July where they are in Group C alongside Spain, Costa Rica and Japan.
Mwape has retained the core of his local side but will miss the services of defender Lushomo Mweemba due to injury. He has handed first time call-ups to Zanaco Ladies trio of goalkeeper Christabel Njuka, midfielder Tisilile Lungu and striker Sarah Jere, Martha Banda (BUSA), Luty Kamanga from YASA and Inonge Kaloustian from ZISD Women.



– Catherine Musonda (Indeni Roses)
– Eunice Sakala (Nkwazi Queens)
– Leticia Lungu (ZESCO Ndola Girls)
– Christabel Njuka (Zanaco Ladies)
– Agness Musesa, Esther Siamfuko (both Green Buffaloes),
– Pauline Zulu (Elite Ladies),
– Esther Banda, Martha Katila Banda (both BUSA),
– Judith Soko, Luty Kamanga (both YASA),
– Vast Phiri, Melody Kipimpi (ZESCO Ndola Girls),
– Delicious Hamwiinga – Zanaco Ladies,
– Mary Mulenga (Red Arrows)
– Regina Chanda, Tisilile Lungu (both ZANACO Ladies),
– Evarine Katongo (ZISD Women),
– Mary Wilombe, Susan Banda (Red Arrows),
– Xiomara Mapepa, Comfort Selemani (both Elite Ladies, Rhodah Chileshe (Indeni Roses)
– Bertha Imponene (Police Doves), Avell Chitundu (ZESCO Ndola Girls)
– Maylan Mulenga, Jessy Zulu (both Green Buffaloes)
– Ochumba Oseke Lubanji (Red Arrows)
– Eneless Phiri (Nkwazi Queens)
– Lungowe Namasiku, Inonge Kaloustian (both ZISD Women)
– Sara Jere (Zanaco Ladies)

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