As the maiden CAF Women’s Champions League is set to begin later in the year, qualification routes have been set.

CAF have adopted the regional way of qualification as Nigeria’s sole representative will be involved the WAFU-B Zonal Qualifiers for the CAF Women’s Champions League 2021.

Rivers Angels have being grouped in group B alongside Hasaacas Ladies from Ghana and AS Police de Niameye of Niger Republic.

The Confederation of African Football created this tournament last year at the organization’s conference.

The draw ceremony was headed by WAFU administrative secretary Boureima Balima in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, yesterday.

In Group A, we’ve Cote d’Ivoire’s Onze Soeurs de Gagnoa, Union Sportive des forces Armees of Burkina Faso and Amis du Monde Football Club of Togo.

Three teams make up a group with only the group winners making it to the maiden edition of the CAFWCL.

The WAFU-B will be the only zone to have two reps at the finals in Egypt, due to the region having the reigning champions of the Africa Women’s Cup of Nations, Nigeria.

The Super Falcons are the defending champions of the AWCON which was lasted in 2018 and they’re the most decorated African nation with the continental title either male or female.

Rivers Angels are Nigeria’s most successful female team, with them winning the Nigeria Women Premier League seven times and the AIETO Cup on eight times also.