The inaugural Total-Energies CAF Women’s Champions League is set to flag off this year in Egypt, with eight founding teams across the continent.

The reigning champions of Equatorial Guinea, Malabo Kings FC are the latest addition that completed the list of qualified teams for the event.

Winning the UNIFFAC zone qualifier on a 5-1 aggregate against FCF Amani of DR Congo, Malabo picked the last available slot to join the host and six others.

Malabo will represent Central Africa (UNIFFAC) joining the hosts, Wadi Degla FC (Egypt), Hasaacas Ladies FC (Ghana) – WAFU zone B, Rivers Angels (Nigeria) – WAFU zone B, AS Mandé (Mali) – WAFU zone A, AS FAR (Morocco) – UNAF, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies (South Africa) – COSAFA and Vihiga Queens (Kenya) – CECAFA.