The Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided in the African Champions Cup and Nations Cup
On Tuesday, June 30, 2020, the Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) held a meeting to search for the exits and fate of football files for the current season, following the interruption of local and continental leagues since last March due to the spread of Corona virus due to the widespread of the epidemic.
The CAF decided – CAF – for the African Champions League to hold the semi-final confrontation of one match to be organized next September in Cameroon, as well as the final match, and hold the African Confederation Cup semi-final from one match in September in Morocco, which hosts the finals.
The new program will be as follows:
The first half of the first African Champions League will meet Al-Ahly and the Moroccan sports club Al-Wadad, while the second meeting will bring together Egyptian Zamalek and Moroccan Raja Club.
As for the Confederation Cup, the Egyptian Pyramids Club, Horia El-Ghiny, Nahdet Berkane and Hassania Agadir are qualified for it.