The security meeting of the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match resulted in an agreement to officially print 2000 invitations to attend the match that will bring together the two poles next Friday evening, in the African Champions League final, to be held at Cairo Stadium, provided that it is attributed to the African Football Confederation (CAF). Up to 250 invitations, along with invitations to the Egyptian Football Association and invitations to the boards of directors of Al-Ahly and Zamalek, provided that the fans are through the Ministry of Youth and Sports and with statements and buses belonging to the ministry, with a warning on the precautionary measures and various organizational matters.
Major General Alaa Moqled, a member of the Board of Directors of Zamalek, and Sherif Hussein, Acting Director of the club, representatives of the White Club attended the security meeting for the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match, which was held this afternoon, with the participation of representatives of the two poles, the African Football Association and the Football Association, and the meeting witnessed discussion of various organizational aspects. For the match.
And organize Zamalek In a closed camp, on Monday evening, led by the Portuguese Jaime Pacheco, where the program to confront Al-Ahly came in the castle of Met Obstacle, which started with the Zamalek players being subjected to the Corona virus swab, last Sunday, in preparation for facing Al-Ahly before entering the closed camp for the match, which is scheduled to be extended until The date for the end of the African summit match, to reduce the rate of infection with the Coronavirus, as the camp is completely subject to the supervision of the medical apparatus of the team led by Dr. Muhammad Osama, while Mahmoud Hamdy Al-Winch was excluded from joining the camp after it was confirmed that he was infected with the Coronavirus, as the result of the medical swab that he underwent Pre-camp positive.
The summit match is historic because it will be held for the first time in the history of the African championship between two teams from the same country, as the Egyptian football poles Al-Ahly and Zamalek have previously met in 8 matches in the African Champions League throughout their history, with two matches in the semi-finals 2005 version, and the same In the quarter-finals of the 2008 version, and the same in the quarter-finals of the 2012 version, and two other games in the 2013 version, the eight matches saw Al-Ahly win 5 games and the two teams tied in 3 confrontations, while Zamalek did not win in any match, and Al-Ahmar scored 15 goals against 8 goals scored by the white in those Confrontations.