Tunisian referee Dorsaf Ganouati and his compatriot, assistant Houda Afine are among 156 referees and assistant referees from around the world who are candidates to officiate at the 2023 Australia / New Zealand Women’s World Cup.
Indeed, the International Football Federation (FIFA) has retained 156 referees and assistant referees candidates to officiate at the Women’s World Cup, including eight referees and 11 assistants from the African Football Confederation, said the continental body (CAF ) Thursday.
The candidates will join the “Road to AUS / NZL” project, a program that will choose the best.
These African referees and assistants come from 15 CAF member associations.
Dorsaf Ganouati (Tunisia), Mukansanga (Rwanda), Lidya Tafesse Abebe (Ethiopia), Maria Rivet (Mauritius), Bouchra Karboubi (Morocco), Ndidi Patience Madu (Nigeria), Vincentia Amedome (Togo), Fatou Thioune (Senegal),
Assistant referees (11)
Athens Houda (Tunisia), Mary Njoroge (Kenya), Lidwine Rakotozafinoro (Madagascar), Bernadettar Kwimbira (Malawi), Queency Victoire (Maurice), Diana Chikotesha (Zambia), Mimisen Iyorhe (Nigeria), Fatiha Jermoumi (Morocco), Fanta Kone (Mali), Carine Atezambong Fomo (Cameroon), Yara Atef Said Abdelfattah (Egypt).