Morocco is set to host the 2020- 2021 CAF Champions League final at Stade Mohammed V.
A Confederation of African Football executive committee meeting in Kigali on Saturday chose Moroccan city Casablanca to host the 2020-2021 CAF Champions League final.
Egypt, Benin, and Morocco have proposed to host the competition’s final match, but the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has selected the latter to stage this elite event.
Moreover, CAF also announced that Egypt would host the U20 Nations Cup, which qualifies for the World Cup, in 2023.
Egypt last hosted the tournament in 1991, but it also hosted the Africa Cup of Nations and U23 Nations Cups in 2019.
Additionally, Meanwhile, CAF said it will implement a training program for an “elite body of referees” as part of a $1 million per year agreement with the world governing body FIFA.
“The program aims to contract referees who will be paid, monitored, and trained by FIFA / CAF technical and physical instructors,” CAF said in a statement.