2026 World Cup Qualifier: Zimbabwe To Participate In Four-Nation Tournament For Super Eagles


Nigeria’s Super Eagles 2026 World Cup qualifying Group C opponent Zimbabwe will take part in a four-nation invitational tournament in March.

The tournament was confirmed in a statement on Thursday by Kenya’s Football Federation.

Aside Zimbabwe, the three other teams that will take part in the tournament are Kenya, Zambia and Malawi.

The tournament will run from 18-26 March 2024 in Lilongwe, Malawi.

All four teams will use the tourney as preparation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup and AFCON 2025 qualifiers.

On match day two of the World Cup qualifiers, Zimbabwe held the Super Eagles to a 1-1 draw.

The Eagles are in third place on two points after two games played, while Zimbabwe are in fifth place also on two points from same number of games played.

Zimbabwe will resume the World Cup qualifiers in June with a home game against Lesotho and the Eagles will welcome South Africa.

Meanwhile, the Eagles were to face Argentina in a friendly game next month (March) in the United States but it was called off due to logistics.