Stimulating clashes in 2015 Barclays Cup, over K2 Million splashed on tourney

The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and Barclays Bank have launched the K2.2 Million Barclays Cup that will see defending Champions Zesco United face division one group leaders Kabwe Warriors in what is expected to be an exciting encounter. The 2015 Barclays Cup will have some added attraction after Lumwana Radiants qualified for this year’s tournament. The 8th edition of the Barclay’s Cup will also see Legendary Cup fighters Mighty Mufulira Wanderers  battle it with Nkwazi While Power Dynamos will face Green Buffaloes

The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and Barclays Bank have launched the K2.2 Million Barclays Cup that will see defending Champions Zesco United face division one group leaders Kabwe Warriors in what is expected to be an exciting encounter. The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and Barclays Bank have launched the K2.2 Million Barclays Cup that will see defending Champions Zesco United face division one group leaders Kabwe Warriors in what is expected to be an exciting encounter.
The 2015 Barclays Cup will have some added attraction after Lumwana Radiants qualified for this year’s tournament.
The 8th edition of the Barclay’s Cup will also see Legendary Cup fighters Mighty Mufulira Wanderers  battle it with Nkwazi While Power Dynamos will face Green Buffaloes
The competition will see the winner walk away with K300, 000. 
Zanaco will face Lumwana Radiants in the games to be played at Nkoloma Stadium on the 19 and 20 September 2015.
Speaking during the draws, Barclay’s Bank managing director Saviour Chibiye said his Bank is proud to be associated with the development of Zambian football.
Chibiye said the bank has been sponsoring the Barclay’s Cup for the last 8 years and will continue to be associated with the development of youth football.
FAZ President Kalusha Bwalya said the coming on board of Barclays   has made Zambian football a spectacle to watch even by outsiders.
Meanwhile, Giants and record league winners Nkana failed to make the cut for this year’s Barclays cup draw.
Barclays Cup qualification is determined at the mid-season point with the top six sides in the FAZ Super League and the leaders in Division One North and South making the cut for the eight-team competition.

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