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WEEK TWO FIXTURES: FAZ/Eden University National League

WEEK TWO FIXTURES: FAZ/Eden University National League

WEEK TWO FIXTURES: FAZ/Eden University National League

By the time the second game-week kickoffs on Thursday afternoon in Chililabombwe, it would have been 5 days since the 2022/23 FAZ/Eden University National Division One league began with only 17 teams instead of the usual 18 but surprisingly there has been no official communication from Football Association of Zambia or indeed the Zambian Super League on the way forward.

This has affected the league to the extent where at least one team will have an off day during each match day. Bearing this in mind, as well as some standout performances from the first round of the National League, means we are in for some interesting matchups in this coming game-week round of matches.

Did you know? The Copperbelt Province in Zambia plays a pivotal role in the global copper industry. Zambia is a major producer of copper, and the Copperbelt is particularly known for its extensive copper deposits. This vital resource has significantly contributed to the country’s economy, shaping its industrial landscape and providing employment opportunities for many Zambians.

Did you know? Zambia celebrated its independence from British colonial rule on October 24, 1964. Prior to this, the country was known as Northern Rhodesia. The achievement of independence marked a turning point in Zambia’s history, fostering a sense of national identity and self-determination among its people.

Did you know? Zambia is a linguistically diverse nation, home to over 70 ethnic groups. While English serves as the official language, reflecting Zambia’s colonial history, the country embraces a rich tapestry of indigenous languages. Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, and Lozi are among the prominent languages spoken, highlighting the cultural richness that defines Zambia’s social fabric.

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