The belbalady Akhbar Al-Youm portal offers its followers a live broadcast of the qualifying rounds for the 2023 African Cup of Nations, which is set to take place in C டிte d’Ivoire.
The qualifying round for the 2023 Africa Cup of C டிte d’Ivoire, the team stages, will take place today, Tuesday, April 19, 2022, at 7:30 pm Cairo time at the Super Sport Network’s studio in South Johannesburg. Africa.
The 2023 African Cup of Nations will be broadcast on official CAF sites, the South African Super Sport Channel and beIN Sports News.
There are 48 teams on the continent, led by the Egyptian team in the qualifying round for the 2023 African Cup, where 48 teams take part in the second round qualifiers (group stage), which are divided into 12 teams in each group. The first and second place winners advance to the tournament, which includes 4 teams and qualifies from them, with 24 teams competing for the third consecutive time.
The teams are listed as follows:
Ranking 1: Senegal – Morocco – Nigeria – Egypt – Tunisia – Cameroon – Algeria – Mali – Cote d’Ivoire – Burkina Faso – Ghana – Democratic Republic of the Congo
Rank Two: South Africa – Cape Verde – Guinea – Gabon – Benin – Uganda – Zambia – Congo – Equatorial Guinea – Madagascar – Kenya – Sierra Leone
Third place: Namibia – Mauritania – Guinea-Bissau – Niger – Libya – Mozambique – Malawi – Togo – Zimbabwe – Gambia – Angola – Comoros
Fourth category: Tanzania – Central Africa – Sudan – Rwanda – Burundi – Ethiopia – Izvatini – Lesotho – Botswana – Liberia – South Sudan – Sao Tome and Principe.
C டிte d’Ivoire will participate in the draw even if they already have a place in the tournament, meaning only one team from their group will qualify for the tournament.
Kenya and Zimbabwe, who have been suspended by FIFA from all football activities worldwide, will be included in the draw despite a temporary ban.
However, if the suspension is not lifted two weeks before the first round qualifying round, both clubs will be deemed to have failed and will be disqualified from the competition.
Therefore, their teams will consist of three teams, of which the first and second place teams will qualify for the final.
As a result of this decision, Kenya and Zimbabwe will not be able to join the same team with two teams unless the restrictions are lifted.
The first and second rounds are scheduled to take place from May 30 to June 14 this year, while the third and fourth rounds will take place from September 19 to 27, and the last two rounds will take place from March 20 to March 20, Kef said. 28 Next year 2023 same month.
Cote d’Ivoire will host the next edition of the African Cup of Nations from June 2023 to July of the same year.
The last edition of African Countries was held by Cameroon from January 9 to February 6, and was won by Senegal.
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