AFCON Women Fixture 2023 Qualification and Results

AFCON Women Fixture 2023 Qualification and Results: The journey to the CAF TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Finals for Women begins today with qualifiers to be played across the continent. This exciting tournament marks a major step in women’s football in Africa as teams compete for the opportunity to participate in the prestigious CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. Football fans and lovers across the continent are eagerly waiting to witness the skill, talent and spirit of the women’s national teams as they compete for a chance to participate in the tournament.

The qualifying matches represent an important opportunity for African teams to show their potential and work towards the goal of becoming champions of women’s football in the continent. If the matches start today, fans will be watching carefully, hoping to see their favorite teams win in this very challenging journey to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations for Women.

AFCON Women Fixture 2023 Qualification and Results

First-Round Fixtures

  • 22.09.2023: Senegal – Mozambique | 17h00 GMT – Thies/Stade lat-Dior
  • 20.09.2023: Egypt – South Sudan | 16h00 GMT – Petro Sports Stadium, Cairo
  • 22.09.2023: Central African Republic – Mali | 13h00 GMT – Stade de la Reunification de Douala
  • 21.09.2023: Guinea – Mauritius | 15h00 GMT – Stade General Lansana Conte, Nongo
  • 22.09.2023: Nigeria – São Tomé and Príncipe (Match cancelled due to withdrawal of  Soe Tome. Nigeria qualifies for next round)
  • 22.09.2023: Cape Verde – Liberia | 17h00 GMT – Estadio Nacional “Blue Shark” Cabo Verde
  • 20.09.2023: Uganda – Algeria | 15h00 GMT – FUFA Technical Centre, Jinja
  • 22.09.2023: Burundi – Ethiopia | 14h00 GMT – Abebe Bekila Stadium, Addis Ababa
  • 22.09.2023: Equatorial Guinea – Libya (Match cancelled due to withdrawal of Libya. Equatorial Guinea qualifies for the next round)
  • 22.09.2023: DR Congo – Benin | 14h30 GMT – Complexe Omnisports Stade des Martyrs, Kinshasa
  • 22.09.2023: Cote d’Ivoire – Tanzania | 15h30 GMT – Stade de Yamoussoukro, Yamoussoukro
  • 22.09.2023: Djibouti – Togo | 14h30 GMT – Stade de Kegue de Lome, Lome
  • 20.09.2023: Rwanda – Ghana | 13h00 GMT – Kigali Pele Stadium, Kigali
  • 21.09.2023: Gambia – Namibia | 15h00 GMT Stade El Abdi, El Jadida
  • 22.09.2023: Cameroon – Kenya | 18h00 GMT Stade de la Reunification de Douala, Douala
  • 22.09.2023: Gabon – Botswana |  14h30 GMT – Stade de la Renovation de Franceville
  • 21.09.2023: Tunisia – Niger | 15h00 GMT – Stade de Solimane, Solimane
  • 21.09.2023: Guinea Bissau – Congo | 15h30 –  Estadio 24 de Setembro, Bissau
  • 25.09.2023: Angola – Sudan (Match cancelled due to withdrawal of Sudan. Angola qualifies for the next round)
  • 20.09.2023 Eswatini – Burkina Faso | 14h00 GMT – Somhlolo National Stadium, Lobamba

This tournament not only promotes women’s football, but also serves as a platform to inspire and empower girls and young women to pursue their dreams in the game. It is a celebration of talent, unity and passion for the beautiful game that transcends borders and cultures.

Qualifiers Schedule

  • First Round: 20 – 26 September 2023
  • Second Round: 27 November – 05 December 2023

Qualified Team for AFCON Women’s 2023

  1. Equatorial Guinea
  2. Angola
  3. Nigeria

As the playoffs continue, we can expect exciting matches, unforgettable moments and the emergence of new football stars. Let’s come together to support and celebrate the growth of women’s football in Africa and wish all the best to the teams participating in the CAF TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.

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