Algeria won the last edition of the Total Africa Cup of Nations played in Egypt.

Caf executive held a videoconference meeting on Tuesday chaired by the new CAF President, Patrice Motsepe.

It was revealed that the draw for the group stages is set for 25 June, most likely after Sierra Leone and Benin’s rescheduled clash. The tournament will kick start on 9 January 2022.

Caf statement reads: “The Executive Committee unanimously approved the proposed dates for the organization of the draw (June 25, 2021) and the Total Africa Cup of Nations 2021 Cameroon final tournament (January 9 to February 6, 2022).”

Among other things, infrastructures, and the challenges presented by COVID-19 PCR tests currently required during competitions, were discussed.”

Below are the 23 teams already qualified, and the winner between Sierra Leone and Benin will take the final spot to complete the 24 nations.

 
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