Zambia - List of Women Champions


The first women's league was founded in January 1984. The teams came mostly from Copperbelt towns: Luanshya, Mufulira (Mufulira Flying Queens), Kitwe (Kitwe Flying Angels), Ndola, Kalulushi, Chililabombwe (Konkola Blades) and Chingola.
Apart from the league, women's teams also competed in the "Timothy Kankasa Memorial Tournament".
A national league recognised and supported by the FAZ was introduced in 1999, dominated in the early years by Kabwata EDUSPORT United. It apparently was discontinued after a few seasons; between 2005 and 2007 the top-4 clubs of the Lusaka League contested the "Zambia Women Football Championship Cup".
NB: Kitwe Flying Angels reportedly were champions for five years in succession between
    1985 and 1989; this presumably refers to the Copperbelt League.

year   national champions          Copperbelt League              Lusaka League
2002                                                              LASS Connect FC
2003-10  no information     
2011     not played                  not played                   Green Buffaloes Women FC
2012     not played
2013     not played                  not known                    Green Buffaloes Women FC
2014     not played                Moba Queens Women FC             not known
2015     not played                ZESCO Ndola Girls United FC    Green Buffaloes Women FC
2016   Green Buffaloes Women FC    Indeni Roses FC (Ndola)        Green Buffaloes Women FC
2017     not played                ZESCO Ndola Girls United FC    Green Buffaloes Women FC
2018   Green Buffaloes Women FC    Indeni Roses FC (Ndola)        Green Buffaloes Women FC 
2019

NB: Moba Queens reportedly are record champions of the Copperbelt League.
 
Zambia Women Football Championship Cup
2005   Arrows                 1-0 National Assembly
2006   National Assembly      0-0 Chilenje               [4-2 pen]
2007   National Assembly      3-2 Chilenje   


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