The African teams do not give themselves any rest at all despite the postponement in March of the continuation of the qualifications of the CAN 2023. The five representatives of the continent at the World Cup (20 November-18 December), are preparing to play a series of friendly matches between 21 and 27 September 2022 to prepare Qatar 2022. They are Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia.

Schedule of the friendly matches

Wednesday, September 21st

Libya – Uganda, in Benghazi

Thursday, September 22nd

Comoros – Tunisia, venue not communicated [France]

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Friday, September 23rd

Algeria – Guinea, in Oran

Bahrain – Cape Verde, in Manama

Uzbekistan – Cameroon, venue not given [Corée du Sud]

Brazil – Ghana, in Le Havre [France]

DR Congo – Burkina Faso, venue not given [Maroc]

Mali – Zambia, in Bamako

Egypt – Niger, in Cairo

Saturday, September 24th

Uganda – Tanzania, in Benghazi [Libye]

South Africa – Sierra Leone, in Soweto

Senegal – Bolivia, in Orleans [France]

Ivory Coast – Togo, in Quevilly [France]

Mauritania – Benin, venue not communicated [Maroc]

Congo – Madagascar, in Rabat [Maroc]

Martinique – Guinea-Bissau, in Fort-de-France [France]

Sunday, September 25th

Niger – Liberia, in Cairo [Egypte]

Monday, September 26th

Mali – Zambia, in Bamako

Tuesday, September 27th –

Libya – Tanzania, in Benghazi

Algeria – Nigeria, in Oran

Guinea – Ivory Coast, in Amiens [France]

South Korea – Cameroon, in Seoul

Comoros – Burkina Faso, venue not given [Maroc]

Brazil – Tunisia, in Paris [France]

DR Congo – Sierra Leone, venue not given [Maroc]

Egypt – Liberia, in Cairo

Ghana – Nicaragua, in Lorca [Espagne]

Mauritania – Congo, venue not given [Maroc]

Benin – Madagascar, venue not given [Maroc]

Togo – Equatorial Guinea, venue not given [Maroc]

South Africa – Botswana, in Soweto

Senegal – Iran, in Vienna [Autriche]

Sources: National federations, clubs renting their stadium and/or company organizing international matches.

Gérard Dawa

Gérard Dawa, journalist and reporter at Afro impact. Holder of a professional license in journalism obtained at ENSTIC-UAC in Benin, I am passionate about issues of health, culture and sport. I also worked in radio station and I am an active member of the PMS "Platforme Médias et Santé" of Benin. I have 8 years of experience in journalism.

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