CAF Confederation Cup final to go ahead in Morocco

But doubts remain. National tournament in Cameroon postponed

19 March, 12:58

    NAPLES - The Confederation of African Footbal (CAF) is still moving forward for the moment, and is preparing for its Confederation Cup final, the African equivalent of the UEFA Europa League, in Morocco on May 24.
    The finals will be played at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat, the first time that the final will be played in one game.
    Last year the finals were played with home and away games in the stadiums of both finalist teams.
    The African Champions League final will be played on May 28 in Douala, Cameroon.
    Many doubts remain, however, that the tournaments will actually take place, as COVID-19 begins to spread across Africa.
    In fact, following a visit by the medical commission, CAF decided to postpone the date of the African Nations Championship (CHAN), which was scheduled in Cameroon from April 4 to 25, to an unspecified date in the future.
    The tournament is played every two years with African national teams, but only with players who play for their respective countries, not champion players from Africa who play on teams abroad.

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