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Matabeleland FC

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Modern-day Matabeleland is a region in Zimbabwe divided into three provinces: Matabeleland North, Bulawayo and Matabeleland South. These provinces are in the west and south-west of Zimbabwe, between the Limpopo and Zambezi rivers.
The region is named after its inhabitants the Ndebele people. Other ethnic groups who inhabit parts of Matabeleland include the Tonga, Kalanga, Venda and other peoples. As of August 2012, according to the ZIMSAT or Zimbabwe national statistics agency, the southern part of the region had 683 893 people, with the make up of 326 697 males and 356 926 females with an average size household of 4.4 in an area of 54,172 square kilometres. The Northern Ndebele people are a Bantu nation and ethnic group in Southern Africa, who share a common Ndebele culture and Ndebele language. The Northern Ndebele were historically referred to as the Matabele which was a European corruption of ‘Ndebele’

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Biafra FF - Matabeleland FC 1-0

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Matabeleland FC - Kabylia 0-0

Székely Land - Matabeleland FC 5-0

Padania - Matabeleland FC 6-1

Latest News

February 25

Groups announced for first-ever CONIFA World Women’s Football Cup

Sapmi and Northern Cyprus, who played in CONIFA’s first-ever official women’s match in November 2018,...

July 08

Media Advisory: Major CONIFA Announcement July 9

Football fans, supporters and members of the press: CONIFA will hold a press conference, viewable...

January 27

CONIFA World Football Cup 2020: the groups are announced!

The draw for the CONIFA World Football Cup 2020 took place today (Sunday 26...

January 04

The 16 teams going to the 2020 CONIFA World Football Cup 2020 – revealed!

With the news that the CONIFA World Football Cup 2020 will be taking place...