CONFEDERATIONS Cup representatives, Red Arrows, finally arrived in Kumasi, Ghana, late on Wednesday afternoon for Sunday's return leg match against King Faisal Babes.
Zambia Air Force (ZAF) acting director of public relations Captain Mutale Kasoma confirmed the team's arrival in Kumasi.
Kasoma, however, said there were no details from Arrows' camp in Kumasi.
"Details on the team will be availed later but they arrived for the match in Kumasi," he said.
Arrows left the country on Tuesday night and stopped in Kenya before connecting on Wednesday via Accra.
The airmen are carrying a 1-all draw into the return leg that will determine their progress to the group stage of the Confederations Cup.
Meanwhile, reports from Kumasi indicated that the it is raining heavily in the West African country.