The confederation of African football (CAF) has scheduled visits to the five countries bidding to host the 2025 Africa cup of nations.
From March 20 to April 2, CAF’s officials will visit Zambia, Morocco, Algeria , Nigeria and Benin Republic in order to decide which will be host after Cote D’Ivoire.
The evaluation process will focus on Stadia, training facilities, lodging sites and other important infrastructures which will aid the smooth running of this continental tournament.
The first stop will be made in Zambia. CAF team will be in this country from March 20 to 22 inspecting the three venues in Lusaka, Ndola/Kitwe and Livingstone set up by the government of Zambia in collaboration with the Zambian football Association.This 2012 champions had made their intentions of hosting this biennial tournament know ever since hosting the U20 AFCON in 2012.
Between March 24 to 26, the team will be in Morocco.A strong competitor to North African side Algeria who is expected to host the inspections team on march 27 to 29.
The last visit will be for the joint bidders Nigeria and Benin republic come March 31 to April 2.
It’s only after these visits that CAF can announce the suitable host of the 35th edition of the AFCON. The announcement is expected to come either during the U17 AFCON or the forthcoming U23 AFCON in Morocco.
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