Cameroon’s team has gotten off to a good start in the 2023 World Military Women's Football Championship. For its first match in the championship, it defeated the Belgian team by 2-0 in Spakenburg, the Netherlands, yesterday (June 29). With that victory, the team is provisionally in second place in Pool C, behind the United States, which it will face on July 1st.
In the 2022 edition, the Cameroonian team defeated Belgium by eight goals to nil and finished as runners-up, after losing to France with a score of 1-2. This year, the players want to go home with the World Cup.
The World Military Women's Football Championship is taking place in the Netherlands, from June 27 to July 9. Eleven teams are taking part in this 14th edition, with Africa being represented by two countries, namely Cameroon and Tanzania. The best of each of the three groups and the best runner-up will qualify for the semi-finals.