Warriors Technical Team Names Squad for World Cup Qualifiers Against Lesotho, South Africa

Jairos Tapera

The Zimbabwe Warriors will be playing their home matches away from home, as the country currently lacks any CAF or FIFA-approved stadiums. Consequently, Zimbabwe will host Lesotho at Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, on June 7, 2024. Following this, they will face South Africa’s “Bafana Bafana” at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein on June 11, 2024.

The Warriors Squad Selected Includes:


  • Bernard Donovan (Chicken Inn)
  • Martin Mapisa (Dynamos FC)
  • Godfrey Chitsumba (Manica Diamonds)


  • Gerald Takwara (Ohod FC)
  • Teenage Hadebe (Konyaspor)
  • Brendan Galloway (Plymouth Argyle)
  • Munashe Garananga (KV Mechelen)
  • Andrew Mbeba (Highlanders)
  • Godknows Murwira (CAPS United)
  • Shane Maroodza (Huddersfield)
  • Devine Lunga (Mamelodi Sundowns)


  • Marshall Munetsi (Stade de Reims)
  • Andy Rinomhota (Rotherham United)
  • Jordan Zemura (Udinese)
  • Walter Musona (Simba Bhora)
  • Daniel Msendami (Jwaneng Galaxy)
  • Tivonge Rushesha (Reading)
  • Joey Phuthi (Sheffield Wednesday)
  • Tawanda Maswanhise (Leicester City)


  • Tinotenda Kadewere (FC Nantes)
  • Tawanda Chirewa (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
  • Douglas Mapfumo (Polokwane City)
  • Tymon Machope (Simba Bhora)

The team is determined to secure a place in the 2026 World Cup, marking a historic first qualification for Zimbabwe. With strong support from both local and international fans, the Warriors aim to make their mark on the global stage.

The squad’s announcement has stirred excitement and hope among Zimbabweans, who are eager to see their team succeed. The upcoming matches are crucial, and the Warriors are expected to give their best performance to advance in the qualifiers.

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