Tuesday 4 May 2021
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has approved the stadiums in which the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup will be held in Qatar.
According to CAF, Egypt is one of the countries that adopted the most stadiums for the World Cup qualifying matches, after reviewing the precautions requested by the African Union during the last period.
CAF decided to approve seven Egyptian stadiums in which the Egyptian team could play its qualifying matches, while 12 stadiums were approved for South Africa, 7 stadiums for Nigeria, 6 stadiums for Morocco, 5 stadiums for Cameroon, and 4 stadiums for Equatorial Guinea.
The list of approved stadiums for Egypt is as follows:
Cairo International Stadium.
Air Defense Stadium.
Burj Al Arab Stadium.
– Master of Peace.
The Egypt national team plays its World Cup qualifying matches in a group that includes Libya, Gabon and Angola, as CAF has approved one stadium for each of them.
Based on sufficient accreditation, the Libyan national team will play its qualifying matches at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi, and the Angolan team will play at the November 11 Stadium in Luanda, while the Gabon matches will be held at the Franceville stadium, which is located in the city that bears his name.