Women's team acquisition galore

Civil services women united in action

Silver Strikers, Chitipa United and rookies Bangwe All Stars have become the latest teams in the top flight league to acquire women's football outfits.

The bankers announced the acquisition of DD Sunshine which was nearly missed by Mukuru Wanderers which got a hold of Bangwe Super Queens.

Company's secretary Peter Masiye in statement said: "Silver Strikers Limited would like to inform its stakeholders and the general public that the company has acquired DD Sunshine Women's Football Club of Lilongwe."

DD Sunshine
DD Sunshine 

Chitipa United announced it has acquired Nyabingi Warriors Queens FC.

"This means that the team will now be called Chitipa United Queens FC," read the short statement from the club.

Civil Service bought ownership of Skippers FC while counterparts Kamuzu Barracks are on the verge of acquiring Destiny Academy Girls FC of Mponela in Dowa.

Police outfit Blue Eagles said they will not go the route of buying ownership but indicated they start their own from scratch.

Bangwe all Stars
Bangwe All Stars acquisition papers 

Meanwhile, rookies Bangwe All Stars have roped in Bvumbwe Women's team.

Club President, Mphatso Jika and Team Director, Andrew Mpsyangalumo said: "The agreement means that Bangwe All Stars will be using Bvumbwe Women United FC as their Women's Football Team for this season only."

Red Lions and Waka Waka Tigers are the only teams from Southern Region that are yet to own or partner with.

The acquisitions are inline with CAF newly introduced regulations for participation.