CAF Champions League final will now be played over two legs - CAF

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Sunday in Rabat that the CAF Champions League final would now be split into two legs.

In conjunction with the ongoing 12th Women's Africa Cup of Nations, the decision was made during a meeting of the confederation's Executive Committee (WAFCON).

Additionally, the confederation decided that Morocco would host the CAF Super Cup game in 2022.

This is so because both of the current Champions League and Confederation Cup champion clubs, Wydad AC and RS Berkane, are from the same country, Morocco.

Every year, the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup champions square off in the Super Cup game.

Thus, the CAF Executive Committee agreed with the CAF Interclub Committee's decision to hold the Super Cup final in Morocco in 2022.

Egypt will host the 2024 Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations, according to CAF (AFCON).

For the hosting rights to the competition, Egypt and Morocco had each submitted two bids.

The Executive Committee also announced that Algeria will host the 2022 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) from January 13–February 4, 2023.

After reading the inspection delegation team's report on Algeria's readiness, chaired by vice president Seido Mbombo Njoya and executive member Moses Magogo, this was decided.

The Royal Morocco Football Federation was chosen by CAF as the host of the Women's Champions League 2022 after the organization twice opened the bidding process.

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