CAF on Wednesday sent a notice to the Member Associations to express their interest in hosting the AFCON 2025.
The competition will kick off on 30 October 2022 with the final scheduled for 13 November 2022.
Preye Yabrifa, Media Officer of the Yenagoa-based football club, revealed this to the News Agency of Nigeria.
Kwara United crashed out in their second preliminary round second leg match at Stade Municipal de Berkane.
All three clubs came from behind to win their matches, with Confederation Cup contenders Kwara United trouncing Cup holders RS Berkane of Morocco 3-1 at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Lagos. Plateau United and Rivers United, in the CAF Champions League, edged Esperance of Tunisia and Cup holders Wydad Casablanca of Morocco 2-1 in Abuja and Port Harcourt respectively.
Emeruwa, who is head of safety and security for Confederation of African Football (CAF) made this disclosure on Thursday on Sport Zone, a sporting programme on Lagos Talk 93.1 FM.
The draw will be conducted in Algiers, the capital of Algeria – the country that will host the competition between 13 January and 04 February 2023.
The governor was speaking in Ilorin at an event to honour him with an Award as a “Pragmatic Leader with vision and mission for Sports Development in Kwara State”.
CAF made the announcement in a statement posted on its official website: cafonline.com, on Wednesday.
This follows a successful Club Licensing Seminar hosted by CAF in Egypt, Cairo a fortnight ago.
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According to the information, the Africa Super League will be launched on August 10, 2022.
The list has midfielder Rasheedat Ajibade and defender Osinachi Ohale.
Details, including the official name, will be unveiled at the launch event.
The decision was taken during the CAF Executive Committee meeting held over the weekend in Rabat, Morocco.
The tournament was to be hosted in June-July 2023, which is the height of the rainy season on the Ivory Coast.
According to the pre-qualification guideline, the top three teams in group A will be merged with the top three teams in Group C consisting of Côte d’Ivoire, Angola, Guinea, and the Central African Republic. Addressing the players on Saturday, Nigeria
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The draw will kick off at 10:00 local time (08:00 GMT) and livestreamed on CAF digital Platforms.