Caf postpones Chan 2023 qualifying draw

Apr 28, 2022 | African News, Football Africa, Sport News | 0 comments

The Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) have confirmed that the draw of the 2023 Africa Nations Championship has been postponed.

The TotalEnergies CHAN Algeria 2023 qualification draw was initially scheduled for Friday, 29 April 2022.

The African football governing body has said a new date of the draw will be communicated to the public in due course.

The TotalEnergies CHAN 2023 qualifiers are expected to kick off in July 2022.

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