Lidya Tafesse was elected as one of the three African judges for Women’s World Cup 2019
FIFA has announced that Lidya Tafesse will be one of the three African judges in the coming women’s World Cup, which will be presented by France in 2019.
FIFA selected 27 judges and 48 assistant judges from 48 countries for the coming women’s world cup which will be presented by France in 2019.
Lengue Gladis from Zambia, Mukansanga Salima from Rwanda are in the list of African-appointed judges with Lidya.
The FIFA World Cup Women’s Cup will take place between May 30 and June 30, 2011Ethiopian Calendar between 24 national teams.