Hasaacas Ladies qualify for the maiden edition of CAF Women’s Champions League after beating Burkina Faso’s USFA 2-0
Ghanaian Champions Hasaacas Ladies booked one of the two tickets to the annual female championship with a 2-0 semifianl win over Burkina Faso’s Union Sportive des forces Armee in the first of two semi final clashes.
Two goals from both halves of the game was enough to see the Ghanaians make a historic appearance at the tournament.
The Doooooooo have also reached the the final of the WAFU Zone B qualifiers, where they’ll now face either Nigeria’s Rivers Angels or Togo’s Amis Du Monde.
The CAF Women’s Champions League competition is a new competition introduced by CAF to develop women’s football product in Africa. It will feature top teams from all over the continent.
To decide the teams that will participate at the final competition in Egypt later this year, Zonal Qualifiers will be played as eliminatory rounds.
The top six teams (one from each CAF Zone) and the host of the final tournament (Egypt) as well as one extra team from the Zone holding the title of the previous Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (2018) will qualify to the final tournament.
Hasaacas Ladies will qualify as one of the teams in the zone holding the Africa Women Cup of nations title. Nigeria won the last frica Women Cup of Nations in Ghana, a feat that guarantees Hasaacas Ladies the opportunity to play in the maiden competition with a final qualification in the WAFU zone B championship.
The maiden CAF Women Champions League to be staged in Egypt later in 2021.