Afsha – Mahmoud Alaa – Mohamed Abdel Ghani – Al-Ahly – Zamalek
The date of Al-Ahly’s first match was postponed due to his participation in the Club World Cup.
Therefore, it was decided that Al-Ahly would host its Sudanese rival, Al-Merrikh, on the 16th of February at its Al-Ahly WE Al-Salam stadium at 9 pm Cairo local time.
The match will be managed by Zambian referee Gianni Sikwazi, assisted by Gerson Dos Santos from Angola and Arsenio Chadrik from Mozambique.
As for the second round, Al-Ahly will travel to Tanzania to meet Simba on February 23 at 6 pm Cairo time at the National Stadium in Dar Al-Salam.
Today, the Cameroonian match will be managed with the help of fellow countrymen Alves Gay and Karen Atizambung.
Al-Ahly plays in Group A with Al-Merrikh, Simba and Vita Club.
As for Zamalek, he will meet MC Algiers on February 12 at Cairo Stadium, and the match will start at exactly nine oclock in the evening Cairo time.
The match will be managed by an Ethiopian crew run by Pamalak Tessima and assisted by Kennedy Moussa and Timisegin Abaco.
As for the second match, Zamalek will travel to Senegal to meet Tounjeth on February 23 at 6 pm Cairo time at the Lat Dior stadium.
The match is managed by a Burundian referee team led by Pacific Ndabihawenimana and assisted by Gustav Bajuma and Herve Kakunzi.
Zamalek plays in Group D with Tongith, Mouloudia of Algeria and Esperance.
Pyramids will travel to meet Racing Abidjan, Ivorian, on the 14th of February at 6:00 pm Cairo time at Ibembe Stadium.
The match will be managed by a Nigerian referee team directed by Kadri Ouladi Adebembe and assisted by Samuel Budotacam and Evossa Celestine.
In the first round for the second group, an entire Egyptian jury will manage the meeting of Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa and the Sudanese Crescent.
The match will be run by Jihad Greisha, and will be assisted by Mahmoud Abu Al-Rijal and Ahmed Hussam Taha, with Mohamed Adel taking over the fourth referee.
The match will be held in South Africa at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium.