Hangover United became the first team to reach semi-final stage of the FISD Challenge Cup, 2019 edition after they came from behind to beat Mighty Be Forward Wanderers 2-1 In a quarter final game at Kamuzu Stadium. Brighton Gomani was the hero of the day scoring a brace that condemned
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says it is impressed with the way FISD Challenge Cup games have progressed so far. Click here to view the statistics of FISD Challenge Cup FAM’s director of competitions and the media, Gomezgani Zakazaka, told MalawiFootball.Com that the competition, which is now in the quarterfinal
PRELIMINARY ROUND Click here to see the FISD Stats page Match 1 27th September 2019, Karonga (Karonga Stadium) Karonga United 2 (Clement Nyondo 44’, 69’) Ekwendeni Hammers FC 0 Ref.: Ranwell Sibale Cautions: Balikinho Mwakanyango 45’, Gule Mwaluswa 69’ Karonga United: Lloyd Mnthali, William Mwalwimba, Lusekero Malema, Chimwemwe Mywanga, Ambokile
The Flames started camp training on Monday in preparation for friendly matches against lesotho this coming weekend. The Flames will play Lesotho twice in Maseru on Friday and Sunday. All 27 local based players summoned have reported for camp.
Ntopwa FC and Savenda Chitipa United are through to the 2019 Fisd Challenge Cup round of 16 after triumphing over their opponents in preliminary round of the cup on Friday. A dramatic 1-0 victory over hosts Dwangwa United at their backyard Chitowe Stadium saw Ntopwa progressing to the next stage.