President for Women Football National Committee Syveria Chalira has confirmed the development but said no deal has been struck on the venue of the proposed friendly as negotiations were still ongoing.
Malawi took a break from participating in international women soccer tournament few years ago on the grounds that the team performance was not performing well in international games.
Chalira argued this is the right moment for the women side to return to international football as the game has locally matured and grown in strength.
“We feel this is a right moment for us to start competing on the international scene because we have now come of age.
“We have enough talent. Very soon our national coach will start scouting for talent across the country,” she said.
She said people should not doubt the capability of the team that will be selected because her committee has been doing a lot to develop the game through various local tournaments.