Zambian Female Coaches Shine at FIFA’s Premier Workshop

Zambian Female Coaches Shine at FIFA’s Premier Workshop

Two female coaches from Zambia, Florence Mwila and Naomi Phiri, have embarked on a significant journey to enrich their coaching expertise.

Florence Mwila, renowned as the assistant coach for the Copper Queens, Zambia’s senior women’s national football team, brings with her a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the intricacies of the game. Alongside her, Naomi Phiri, dedicated to nurturing young talent as the coach of Zambia’s U17 Women’s National Team, represents the promising future of Zambian football coaching.

Their presence at the Women Coaching Workshop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, not only highlights their individual achievements but also symbolizes Zambia’s commitment to fostering a culture of inclusivity and empowerment within its football community.

Organized by the CAF Women’s Football Department in collaboration with the Saudi Arabian Football Association (SAFF), the workshop serves as a beacon of progress for women’s football globally.

By bringing together 31 coaches from diverse backgrounds and regions, this initiative aims to foster a supportive environment for sharing knowledge, honing skills, and building networks.

Through interactive sessions, practical demonstrations, and insightful discussions led by esteemed experts, participants like Mwila and Phiri have the opportunity to enhance their coaching acumen, gain fresh perspectives, and contribute to the collective advancement of women’s football on the African continent and beyond.

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