CAF Shift 2021 AFCON Draw From June 25th

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have postponed the official draw for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), in Cameroon.

Initially scheduled for 25 June, the Confederation of African Football requested it is pushed due to Covid-19 related reasons, the Cameroon Local Organizing Committee (LOC) has agreed to the postponement.

All 24 spots for the 2021 AFCON have been filled, as the qualifiers ended earlier this year.

Egypt finished on top of Group G, alongside Comoros who finished second with nine points.

Meanwhile, a new date hasn’t been decided yet, with the tournament scheduled to start on January 9 2022 until February 6 2022.

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CAF had also recently postponed all African World Cup qualifiers matches that were supposed to take place this June, and instead will now be played in September and October.

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