26 June 2012

Angola: Progresso and Interclube Open Girabola's 15th Round

Photo: Confederation of African Football.
South African club Black Leopards.

Luanda — Progresso do Sambizanga and Interclube will face each other this Tuesday, in Cidadela Stadium, Luanda City, for the opening of the 15th round of the First Division Football Championship (Girabola2012), whose main highlight is the encounter between Recreativo do Libolo and Petro Atlético de Luanda, on Saturday.

This match has actually been brought forward due to the fact that Interclube will face next Sunday, in Harare, the Dynamos of Zimbabwe, for the first leg of the eighth finals of the African Confederations Cup, which gives access to the groups phase.

In Girabola's standing Progresso occupy the sixth position with 22 points, three more than Interclube (seventh).

The championship is being led by Recreativo do Libolo (defending champions) with 36 points.

Full Fixture:


Progresso do Sambizanga - Interclube


Recreativo do Libolo - Petro de Luanda

Sporting de Cabinda - Benfica de Luanda

Santos FC - ASA

1º de Agosto - Atlético do Namibe

FC Bravos do Maquis - Sagrada Esperança

Kabuscorp do Palanca - Nacional de Benguela


Recreativo da Caála - Académica do Soyo


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