Liberia: Determined Girls Head to Camp in Preparation for CAF Women's Champions League

Determine Girls' players in a warm-up section at the SKD during the CAF Women’s champions league qualifiers   

Possibly, as the year comes to a close, this will be the last international football event in which Liberia will be represented this year.

It is now up to the champions of the women's division to demonstrate their dominance after the champions of the male division and FA Cup winners were eliminated from the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup, respectively. 

Determine Girls, the women's division champions of Liberia, have reported for camp at the George Weah Technical Center in Careysburg in order to get ready for their trip to Morocco to compete in the 2022 CAF Women's Champions League.

The second edition of the Champions League is scheduled to run from October 30 to November 13, 2022.

The two-time defending Liberian Champions, who missed out on the first edition of the competition, are set to make their debut after emerging as champions of the WAFU Zone A qualifiers held in Liberia.

After defeating USPA, the defending double champions of the Senegal women's league, 1-0 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium on August 21, Determine Girls officially qualified for the champions league, securing their historic qualification. With four points after two games, they topped the three-team standings.

The club on Sunday announced the return of Pauline Agbostu, a forward, to the squad after a short spell with FC Okzhetpes in Kazakhstan, a transcontinental country located mainly in Central Asia and partly in Eastern Europe.

Agbostu is one of the team's all-time best players and was essential to the team's back-to-back championships.

Determine Girls were drawn in Group A of the international women's club competition alongside hosts, AS FAR of Morocco, Simba Queens of Tanzania, and Green Buffaloes.

The 2022 CAF Women's Champions League (also known as the 2022 TotalEnergies CAF Women's Champions League for sponsorship reasons) is the second edition of the CAF Women's Champions League, an African women's club football tournament/championship organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Mamelodi Sundowns are the defending champions after claiming the title of the first edition.