HOLLYWOODBETS COSAFA Cup 2023 fixtures and results today. The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) was established by the Supreme Council of Sports in Africa – Zone 6. It brings together 14 nations of Southern Africa under a single umbrella, with the goal of developing the game of football in the region.
This is not just from a playing point of view, but also with respects referees and the administration of the game. COSAFA was formed in 1983 in Malawi.
The 14 member countries of COSAFA are Angola, Botswana, Comores, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Associate Member Reunion.
Botswana was elected to host the Secretariat of COSAFA. This has been the case since 1992 when Ismail Bhamjee was elected President of COSAFA and Ashford Mamelodi appointed Secretary General.
HOLLYWOODBETS COSAFA Cup 2023 fixtures and results today.
- Group B – Princess Magogo Stadium
Seychelles 2 (Labrosse 81’, Mellie 90’pen) Zambia 4 (Kangwanda 11’, Kanguluma 54’, Mashata 58’, Mulambia 73’)
- Group B – Moses Mabhida Stadium
Malawi 2 (Kaonga 30’pen, Patrick Mwaungulu 36’) Comoros 0
- Group A – Princess Magogo Stadium
South Africa 2 (Mabasa 76’, 88’) Eswatini 1 (Matsebula 51’)
- Group A – Moses Mabhida Stadium
Namibia 0 Botswana 0
ANGOLA vs LESOTHO
- Group C – Princess Magogo Stadium
Mauritius vs Mozambique (KO 15h00; 13h00 GMT)
- Group C – Moses Mabhida Stadium
Angola vs Lesotho (KO 15h00; 13h00 GMT)
COSAFA cup 2023 table
|South Africa (Q)||3||2||1||0||5||3||2||7|
Matches Played: 16
Goals scored: 35
Biggest victory: Seychelles 0 Comoros 3 (Group B, July 6)
Most goals in a game: 6 – Seychelles 2 Zambia 4 (Group B, July 11)