The Confederation of African Football announced the most important provisions of the regulations for the Champions League final match, which will bring together Al-Ahly against Kaizer Chiefs, early next week.
The Confederation of African Football clarified in a statement issued this evening, Wednesday, that five substitutions will be allowed for each team over the 90 minutes (original time), with a sixth substitution allowed in the event of resorting to two additional games.
The CAF statement read: “Five substitutions are allowed per team, with nine players on the bench. If the original 90-minute time ends in a tie, an additional 30-minute time will be played. An additional substitution is allowed in overtime.”
He added: “If there is no winner after extra time, then penalties will be taken to determine the winner of the match. Noting the use of the VAR system (WHEREin that confrontation.
“In addition to winning the Champions League title, the winner of that match will receive a financial prize of $2.5 million, while the runner-up will receive only $1.25 million.”
وأتم: “ The champion will have a seat in the 2021 Super Cup, where he will face Moroccan Raja, the champion of the Confederation Cup, and the winner of the Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs meeting will be a representative of Africa in the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup scheduled to be held next December in Japan.
Next Saturday, Al-Ahly will face the Kaizer Chiefs at the Mohammed V complex in Casablanca, Morocco, for the final match of the African Champions League.