The race for a place at the FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup, tagged Dominican Republic 2024, has entered an exciting third round of qualifiers with 12 nations preparing to put their best foot forward for the three places reserved for Africa at the global youth women’s football competition.
The two-legged qualifiers officially gets underway on Friday, 10th of May as Ethiopia welcomes Kenya.

A thrilling North African derby is on the cards on the same day as Morocco plays host to Algeria in what promises to be an action-packed encounter.
On Saturday, Burkina Faso takes on Nigeria who finished third at the last edition in India.

Senegal meets Liberia on the same day and will be aiming to get a good result at home under the guidance of Serena Lena Gomis.

The team has set a target of being the first Senegalese women’s team to qualify for a FIFA World Cup.
The last round of fixtures take place on Sunday as Djibouti faces Burundi, while Zambia takes on the high-flying Uganda who stunned Cameroon in the previous round.