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Bolabet has partnered with Diamond TV to broadcast the 2024 Women’s AFCON live in Zambia!

Diamond Media and BolaBet Zambia have signed a partnership to broadcast live the 2024 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, which is to be held later this year.

After what is arguably the most successful Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (Wafcon) in Morocco in 2022 and powerhouse African team’s stellar performances at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, anticipation for this year’s Wafcon tournament is at an all-time high.

Defending champions South Africa, Nigeria (the record nine-time winners) and Zambia (who have both also qualified for the 2024 Olympics), Ghana, Tunisia, Mali, Algeria, Senegal, DR Congo, Botswana and Tanzania are the 12 national teams who have qualified for Wafcon.

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At this point, it seems as if Wafcon, which is set to be held in Morocco again, will be cancelled due to the fact that the competition has no fixed date in this year’s international match calendar. The uncertainty surrounding the scheduling has prompted speculation that the tournament might be shelved for the second time in four years (the first time being in 2020 due to COVID-19).

According to a football association president from one of the participating nations, who spoke to The Guardian on condition of anonymity, the lack of clarity regarding the tournament’s date makes it challenging to plan and execute. Players, many of whom compete for clubs worldwide, are hesitant to commit to an event that hasn’t been properly scheduled.

However, no date for Wafcon has been made public, meaning the certainty of the tournament still hangs in the balance.

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