Colombia women's senior team will play two friendlies against Zambia

Colombia women’s senior team will play two friendlies against Zambia

The Colombian Football Federation confirmed that the senior women’s team They will have two new friendly matches on the FIFA date in November and this time they will face a team that is not Conmebol.

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According to the announcement on social networks, the team of our The country will be facing Zambia on November 12 and 15 at the Pascual Guerrero stadium in the city of Cali, which has been consolidating itself as the home of women’s soccer in Colombia.

This will be a very important challenge for the national team that has been facing Conmebol teams in the midst of this preparation for the World Cup. Australia- New Zealand 2023 which will be in the month of July.

Also because the Zambian team, an African team, has different characteristics in relation to different equipment that they have been facing and of course it helps in the intention of having the best weapons for the World Cup.

The team in its most recent preparation games faced Paraguay and ended up winning both games. The first with a score of 1-0 and the second with a 4-0 win in the middle of a stadium full of fans who were supporting the athletes of our country.

Colombia returns to a World Cup after its absence in France 2019 and having had a bump in the Conmebol tournament that only allowed them to qualify to the Pan American Games in Lima in which they won the gold medal.

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Colombia is one of the best teams South American women in the FIFA ranking in box 27 with a total of 1,706 points, being the second best selection of our continent.

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