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Debswana to host local camps for The Mares

Botswana Football Association humbly expresses its deep gratitude towards Debswana Orapa Mine which has pledged to host one of the local camps for our Senior Women’s National Team, The Mares in Orapa.

Debswana Orapa Mine will take care of preparatory needs of the Senior Women National Team during this time making a humble and kind contribution to the sum of the P7, 200, 000.00 required to prepare the team for the 2022 Morocco Women AFCON billed for the period between 2nd to 23rd July 2022.

This humble gesture comes at a critical time when the team requires intensive training and resources for preparatory purposes for the WAFCON.

The BFA Leadership and Management are deeply thankful to Debswana Orapa Mine’s heartily contribution of investing in their very own.

This spirit of unity and cooperation serves as a measure towards cooperation and national development.

The BFA calls on other stakeholders particularly Corporate Botswana and others to follow on this humble gesture.

We are indeed profusely humbled and thankful.


Botswana Loses Out On AFCON 2027 Hosting Rights

The African Football governing body, Confederation of African Football (CAF) today the 27th of September 2023 revealed the joint bid by Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania has won the race for the hosting rights of the host of the 2027 Continental showpiece in Cairo, Egypt.
Meanwhile, The CAF Executive Committee also announced Morocco as the host of the AFCON 2025.

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