Africa is ready to witness the next big game of the women’s game in 2018.
The continent is home to one of the few women’s professional leagues and a handful of national women’s teams.
But for the next 10 years or so, it will be home to the world’s best women’s football teams.
That’s what is at stake.
Africa’s women’s league is the largest and the most successful in the world.
Its roster has won 10 titles and reached the semi-finals at the 2018 World Cup.
The team will compete for the first time in the 2018 Women’s World Cup in South Africa.
It’s also Africa’s most successful women’s club.
It has the largest budget in the African game and it has won the African Women’s Championship three times, including twice in the last five years.
But what sets the league apart from other African clubs is its commitment to grassroots coaching.
The league has trained coaches in its cities and cities have teams.
There’s even a women’s academy in the city of Mbabane, just south of Johannesburg.
The girls get to play on the pitch and the boys get to learn from the professionals in the stadium.
This year’s league also will be a global event.
The women’s tournament will be played in a number of cities across Africa, and the women will compete in a series of tournaments across North America and Europe.
The teams will also be represented by some of the world�s best female footballers, including Lizzie Armitstead, the world No.1, and Lillian D�Souza, the women�s number one, in their countries.
And the team has some serious firepower on the field.
The African Women�s Super League, which was founded in 2007, is Africa�s oldest women�tournament.
Its teams include some of Africa�f�r�s most promising young players, and they include some who are already at the top of their game.
The two-year-old league is now the most popular in the continent, and it’s growing rapidly.
The number of teams is increasing year by year, and in 2018, there will be 17 teams in the league.
The league has a history of success.
The first team to qualify for the women���s tournament was in 2011.
In 2012, there were only eight teams in Africa.
In 2015, there was only one team.
In 2017, there were only five teams.
Now there are 18 teams.
What sets the women`s league apart is its dedication to grassroots coaches.
The leagues first team, the Afrikaans Women�S Premier League (AfSL), was founded by the players of the South African Women���s team.
It started as a team for the players to practice and learn together, and later evolved into an academy for coaches.
That academy now has over 600 students, with a strong track record of success, as well as an academy in Zambia.
The AfSL is also one of South Africa� most popular women�talent programs, which has helped develop young players.
In 2018, the team will face the women from Zambia, who qualified for the Women�World Cup in October with a victory over the United States and a draw with Japan.
Africa�s Women�League has also produced some of its most talented players, such as Lizzi D�Mello, the first player to win the Africa�z Women�FIFA Women�Achievement Award and be named the best player in Africa, who will represent her country in the tournament.
The team will also have a good chance of winning the title of Africa���s best women�club.
AfSL president Keren Pasho, who is also the president of the African Football Confederation, has made it a priority to develop women�soccer in the country.
Pashor has been instrumental in the creation of several female soccer clubs in the region.
The African Women”s SuperLeague is expected to bring a new dimension to the women��s game.
It�s one of Africa’s best grassroots programs, with players coming from all over the continent and the game growing in popularity.
The success of the league will give it the opportunity to expand to more cities in Africa and Asia, and possibly beyond.
The most exciting aspect of this new venture is the league�s potential for reaching a new generation of female soccer players.
The game has never really been played on a national level, and women�professional players from around the world are still coming to the continent.
The game has always been a niche sport in Africa but now, the sport is gaining traction in all regions.
With the African Cup of Nations in 2020, women�football has become a bigger and bigger part of the national game.
If the AfSL can establish a new women�fantasy league