Algeria’s women’s football team will face its Tanzanian counterpart this Sunday at the Nelson-Mandela stadium of Baraki in a friendly match ahead of upcoming official events, the Algerian Football Federation (FAF) said Saturday.
Algeria’s team led by the new coach Farid Benstiti embarked on a second training camp at the National Technical Centre of Sidi Moussa (Algiers) on April 3, which will continue until April 11.
On the sidelines of this training, the teammates of N’gazi Chloé played Thursday evening a practice match against the club ASE Alger Centre (2-0) at the National Technical Centre (CTN) of Sidi Moussa.
During this match, the national coach, Farid Benstiti, conducted a change of squad as he lined up two teams, one per half.
Thirty (30) players, including 20 playing abroad, are taking part in this second training camp after the first one held last February with 32 players, including 19 playing abroad.
In addition to Benstiti, the national technical staff is formed by Rachid Ait Mohamed (assistant coach), Boukhalfa Branci (goalkeeper coach) and Mohamed Chérifi (physical trainer).