In the news


23 May
23May
  1. TN Stars qualifies for the Malawi Super League:
    There were ecstatic scenes when TN Stars FC of Kasungu qualified into Super League of Malawi on 7 January 2018.


    Big media houses in Malawi helped cerebrate the historical moment as this the first team from Kasungu town of Malawi to ever qualify into the big league


  2. Ghanaian Players start testing their trade at TN Stars FC
    Two young Ghanaian young players with their agent in February 2018 arrived in Kasungu to try their trade with the team. One has since returned to Ghana but his counterpart (William Agebenezi) is confident to sign a contract with the club.

    Meanwhile Livingstone Odoh a league winner in Ghana and Black Stars B player who landed in Malawi two days ago to play at TN Stars has assured the public that after watching TN Stars beat Tigers he knows he has something extra to offer.


  3. Lilongwe Wildlife Trust engages TN Stars FC as wildlife conservation ambassadors
    The LWT has engaged the club to be ambassadors for conservation of animals in the district. An official MoU is yet to be signed between the two partners but on 19 March 2018 the LWT launched the project at Kasungu Game Reserve with the players from TN Stars and Sliver Strikers FC of Lilongwe.


  4. TN Stars FC publishes its Fact Sheet
    Following qualification into Super League TN Stars published its Fact Sheet depicting the team’s origins from humble beginnings:

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