Zambia to face Zimbabwe, Uganda at Umuganda stadium

2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN 2016) starts in Rwanda from January 16 to February 7.
The competition will be hosted in three cities across four venues.
Kigali will host Group A matches at the 30,000 capacity Amahoro Stadium as well as Group C matches at the 22,000 capacity Nyamirambo Regional Stadium.
The city of Butare will host Group B matches at the 20,000 capacity Huye Stadium.
The city of Rubavu formerly known as Gisenyi and is contiguous with the Congo DR town of Goma will host Group D matches at the 5,300 capacity Umuganda Stadium which has an artificial turf.
Hosts Rwanda will play their matches at the Amahoro Stadium along with Gabon, Morocco and Ivory Coast.
DR Congo, Angola, Ethiopia and Cameroon who have been placed in Group B will be based in Butare.
Group C also based in Kigali at Nyamirambo Stadium contains Nigeria, Tunisia, Niger and Guinea.
Zambia will be based in Rubavu along with Mali, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
Zambia will play the first two group matches against Zimbabwe and Uganda at the Umuganda Stadium while the match against Mali will be played at Nyamirambo Stadium. Both stadiums have artificial playing turfs.
Match: Zimbabwe vs Zambia
Date: 19th January, 2016
Time: 15h00
Venue: Umuganda Stadium, Rubavu
Match: Uganda vs Zambia
Date: 23rd January, 2016
Time: 18h00
Venue: Umuganda Stadium, Rubavu
Match: Zambia vs Mali
Date: 27th January, 2016
Time: 16h00
Venue: Nyamirambo Stadium, Kigali

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