Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Div One North Club Young Forest Sends SOS


Young Forest to the Faz Division One North League is giving us sleepless nights, says club Secretary Louis Musonda.

The Kasama-based Young Forest has made history by becoming the first team in Norther Province to play in Division One.

The Kasama side was formed in 2005 as a community team and competed in the district,provincial, Faz Division One,Two and Three leagues before winning promotion at the end of last season.

Musonda described his side’s promotion as a challenge because the team lacks sponsorship to enable the team fufil fixtures.

“We are just a community team and lacks sponsorship, so it will be a huge challenge for us to be travelling to Norther Western,Central and Copperbelt provinces to play games,” he said.

Musonda said his executive committee has written to a number of corporate entities in a bid to secure sponsorship for Young Forest.

“We are on our knees appealing to well-wishers to come to our aid. We need to sustain this team,” he added.


  1. Musonda did you approach GBM? Ask him if he can buy the team, and change the name to GBM United or Chitimukulu FC, something people can relate to Kasama that Young Forest which I always thought it was from Ndola as Forest Rangers’ reserve side.

  2. I would like to assist The Young Forest Team,but how can I get into direct contact with the Team Management………….God Bless them all as they Progress.

  3. Northern Province is so big,you mean all those business men and women around the area cannot come on board and assist the only team in the province. Munaile,Kasunga and others come from Northern Provinces why not take up the challenge and show the people that you have been in football for years.

  4. #1 Nostradamus you are spot on. To begin with let them consider changing the name to depict northern province. eg Nkole Mfumu United, Lukashya Stars, Kasama Leopards.

  5. Thanks for the auspicious writeup. It actually used to be a leisure account it. Glance complex to more added agreeable from you! However, how could we be in contact?

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