Zambian Challenge Cup

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The Zambia Challenge Cup or BP Top Eight Cup is a knockout tournament of the Zambian football. It was created in 1962 and it is contested by the top 8 teams of the league.

It was known as Northern Rhodesian Challenge Cup before independence; then, only all-white teams could enter.

Called BAT Challenge Cup (1962–68), Shell Challenge Cup (1969–1981) and BP Challenge Cup (since 1982) as sponsors withdrew from the country.

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