CECAFA Women’s Champions League 2022 Results

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CECAFA Women’s Champions League 2022 Results

CECAFA Women's Champions League 2022 Results

 

CECAFA Women’s Champions League 2022  GROUP A

  1. Commercial Bank E. Fc (Ethiopia)
  2. Warriors Queens Fc(Zanzibar)
  3. Fofila PF (Burundi )
  4. AS Kigali WFC (Rwanda )

 

CECAFA Women’s Champions League 2022 Group B

  1. Simba Queens Sc (Tanzania)
  2. Garde Republicaine Fc (Djibouti )
  3. She Corporate (Uganda )
  4. YEI Joint Stars (South Sudan )

 

August 14,2022

She Corporates (Uganda )  vs YEI J. Stars (South Sudan)

Simba Queens Sports Club vs Garde Republicaine Fc (Djibouti )

August 14,2022

Commercial Bank E. Fc (Ethiopia) vs Warriors Queens Fc(Zanzibar)

Fofila PF (Burundi ) vs As Kigali ( Rwanda )

 

 

August 17,2022

Simba Queens Sports Club (Tanzania) vs She Corporates (Uganda)

YEI Joint Stars (South Sudan ) vs Garde Republicaine Fc (Djibouti )

 

August 18,2022

Commercial Bank E. Fc (Ethiopia) vs Fofila PF (Burundi )

AS Kigali Women Football Club (Rwanda ) vs Warriors Fc (Zanzibar)

 

 

August 20,2022

YEI Joint Stars (South Sudan ) vs Simba Queens Sports Club

Garde Republicaine Fc (Djibouti ) vs She Corporates (Uganda )

 

 

August 24,2022 Semi Finals

August 27,2022 Final

 

 

Simba Queens

Simba Queens is a Tanzanian professional women’s football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The club plays in the Tanzanian Women’s Premier League. The club is affiliated with Simba SC, who play in the Premier League.

 

CECAFA

The CECAFA Women’s Championship, also known as the Women’s Challenge Cup, is an association football tournament for East African teams organized by the East African Football Association (CECAFA). The first tournament was held in Zanzibar in 1986 and was won by the host team. For the next 30 years there were no competitions.

 

In October 2007 in Zanzibar, an attempt was made to revive the women’s championship in the CECAFA region. However, the tournament was canceled and he never played. A subsequent edition for 2016 was then proposed.

 

This 2016 version of him was hosted by Uganda and performed by Jinja. There were no other bids to host the tournament. Tanzania won and Burundi also played his first FIFA-sanctioned official match.Tanzania wins again in 2018 edition

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