Zambia have won their sixth Hollywoodbets COSAFA Cup title, to equal Zimbabwe’s record.
It is also their second COSAFA title in three competitions after they were victorious in 2019.
Chipolopolo overcame Namibia 1-0 in the final at Moses Mabhida Stadium, in South Africa.
Zambia claimed their winner in extra-time as Albert Kangwanda’s 35-yard shot rebounded off the post and onto Namibia goalkeeper Edward Maova before finding its way into the net.
West Africa guest nation Senegal won the bronze medal as they beat Mozambique 4-2 on penalties after the teams played to a 1-1 draw.
Meanwhile, South Africa won the Plate competition for the fourth time in five tournaments as they defeated Botswana 2-1 in the final at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium.
Zambia’s Kelvin Kampamba was named Player of the Tournament, while Namibian shot-stopper Maova won the Golden Glove as the best goalkeeper.
Eswatini striker Sabelo Ndzinisa won the Golden Boot after he scored three goals in the competition, while Botswana walked away with the Fair Play Award. The individual awards all carry a R20 000 first prize.
Zambia receive R500 000 in prize money to go with the coveted trophy, while Namibia will go home with R250 000.
Senegal have earned R150 000 and Mozambique will pocket R100 000.