The club's Senior International Development Officer says the coaches are in the country to train and impact young players.
Chelsea are doing this as part of their mission to help to train and develop players from Africa.
Over this past weekend, Chelsea worked with all 9 teams and were impressed with the skill and discipline the boys displayed. The Mozambican team impressed the head coach with their enthusiasm, athleticism and positive attitude towards football.
The coaches say they are excited to see how the players perform in the tournament, which kicked off on Monday. The six coaches from the Chelsea Foundation will be in the country for the duration of the Copa International tournament.
In addition to providing their footballing knowledge to the aspiring footballers, the Chelsea Foundation coaches will also share their wisdom with African coaches who can pass on any Chelsea techniques and create a football legacy following the tournament.
They will also assist talent scouts made up of coaches and former players to pick out players with exemplary talent to form the 2012 COPA All STARS who will showcase their skill in a match against SuperSport United's Under-17 team on Friday.