The 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations qualification fixtures

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Harambee Starlets are still in camp training for the games against Uganda even when they were rumor’s of their withdrawal.

The first leg is scheduled for February 16 to 18, 2022 and the return for February 21 to 23. Due to Kenya’s ‘withdrawal’, Uganda became the first team to officially join hosts Morocco for the final twelve-team tournament with ten places remain to be filled.

The Kenya Women’s Premier League reverted back to the unified league format only a season after adopting a zonal system.

First leg (16, 17, 18 February 2022)


13h00 GMT: Burundi – Djibouti (Stade Urukundo, Ngozi)

13h00 GMT: Zambia – Namibia (Nkoloma Stadium, Lusaka)

15h30 GMT: Guinea-Bissau – Burkina Faso (Estadio 24 de Setembro, Bissau)

16h30 GMT: Senegal – Mali (Stade Lat-Dior, Thiès)


15h00 GMT: Togo – Gabon (Stade de Kegue, Lome)


13h00 GMT: Zimbabwe – Botswana (National Sports Stadium, Harare)

14h00 GMT: South Africa – Algeria (Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg)

Head-To-Head: Uganda vs Kenya

14h00 GMT: Tunisia – Equatorial Guinea (Stade de Solimane, Solimane)

14h30 GMT: Cameroon – Gambia (Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, Yaounde)

15h00 GMT: Nigeria – Ivory Coast (National Stadium, Abuja)

Harambee Starlets are still in the AWCON qualifiers against Uganda

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