National Women’s Football Association (NWFA) Chairperson Suzgo Ngwira has said they are engaging stakeholders to ensure the success of the yet-to-be-launched first national women’s football league.
“We will soon hold a consultative meeting where we need every stakeholder to make an input so that the league should be a success. We believe players, coaches, referees, administrators and the corporate world can make useful contributions towards the formation of the league,” she said.
Ngwira said the national women’s league will also help regional teams to gauge their prowess.
“Our teams will be playing at the same wavelength. It is not a lie that we have few teams that are strong but through the national league we feel the teams will improve quickly,” she said.
One of the women’s football team owners Isaac ‘Jomo’ Osman said the consultative meeting was crucial to defining the goals of the national league.
“We need this meeting to share ideas. It is my wish that our contributions should be taken into account when formulating the league,” the Ntopwa owner said