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Inspired by the new dynamic brand of CAF women’s football with a touch of Moroccan architectural feel, the official poster of TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco 2022โ„ข was launched today.
With 10 days now left, momentum is building as Africa’s top 12 women national teams prepare for the continent’s biggest women football competition starting on 02 July until 23 July.
The competition attracts Africa’s biggest football stars – many of them who have made a name for themselves in African, European and North American clubs.
The bespoke design is a symbolic set illustrating the trophy of this competition incorporated to the shapes inspired by the Moroccan architectural style.
The entire work of art encapsulates the essence of this 12th edition of the TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nationsโ„ข.
The colors are inspired by the new strategic orientation of CAF women’s football which uses green as a symbol of unity, and purple as a strong signal of the new experience. In addition, the mention CAF Women’s Football reminds that the tournament is part of a great dynamic of empowering women and promoting equal opportunities.
The riads (โ€œpalacesโ€) represented are an emblem of Moroccan culture. They symbolize the history and culture of the Kingdom both traditional and modern.
The trophy recalls the ambition of every team, which is to lift it on the evening of July 23 and be crowned champions.
The TotalEnergies Womenโ€™s Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco 2022โ„ข will bring together 12 teams who will play 26 matches in two host cities: Rabat and Casablanca



Zebras interim head coach Mogomotsi Mpote named his final 23 man squad for the 2022 COSAFA championship. The tournament is expected to kick start from the 5th July to the 17th of July 2022 at Durban, South Africa.

Mpote has named a squad with an average age of 22 years, the gaffer has highlighted that the main aim for him and his charges will be to qualify from the group to give themselves a chance to fight for the championship . Mpote who was a 2019 silver medalist with the Zebras has named Thato Kebue and Lebogang Ditsile as Co-Captains for the team.

The Zebras will head to South Africa on Saturday the 2nd of July for the tournament. Botswana is in Group A with Angola, Comoros and Seychelles and will kick start their opening match against the Ireland nation Seychelles on the 5th July.

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