As Zambia is ready to play Congo Brazzaville in this evening 2026 Group E FIFA World Cup qualifier at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, excitement is growing. The Congo Brazzaville contingent has arrived at the Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport, as confirmed by Reuben Kamanga, General Secretary of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), setting the atmosphere for an exciting game.
Kamanga advised supporters to get tickets in order to guarantee their seats, stressing that they are still available at all Shoprite locations in a statement that was made public today. He thanked the fans who had already bought tickets and urged the others who hadn’t to come along and experience the thrill at the stadium.
“We wish to thank fans that have been trooping to various Shoprite outlets to purchase tickets ahead of this evening’s match. We wish to encourage fans that have not yet purchased their tickets to get theirs now and be part of the fun at the stadium,” said Kamanga.
In the midst of the match’s excitement, Kamanga asked spectators to behave well and discouraged them from hurling anything onto the field. He stressed the possible repercussions, which may include hefty fines and harm to the nation’s standing as a venue for international competitions.
“We have also doubled up on security to ensure that fans sit in their designated areas,” Kamanga gave his word.
Kamanga urged supporters to show their support for the team by packing Levy Mwanawasa Stadium and cheering on the players as they pursued success. He said that in recent games, the stadium has transformed into a stronghold and the association doesn’t anticipate anything different this time.
“All logistics are in place for the match tonight,” Kamanga gave his word, giving the football community hope as Zambia prepares for a major FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Congo Brazzaville.