Caf announce Champions League and Confederation Cup final hosts

The continent’s football ruling body has picked the countries to stage the finals of the continental club championships

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has announced the hosts of the 2020 Champions League and Confederation Cup.

Following a decision by the Caf executive committee in June 2019, the tournaments will be played in a single match.

According to the allocation of the locations, newly-built Japoma Stadium in Douala, Cameroon will host the Caf Champions League final on May 29.

On the other hand, Rabat’s Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Stadium is the venue of the second-tier Caf Confederation Cup billed for May 24.The two cities were given the green light following assessments of the submitted bids with infrastructure, accommodation and medical facilities taken into consideration.

In the Champions League, the winner between Raja Casablanca and Zamalek will lock horns for the top prize against the winner of Wydad Casablanca or Al Ahly.

For the Confederation Cup, Pyramids/Horoya will battle RS Berkane/Hassania Agadir for the title.