Algeria, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea and Zambia have all made their final push for considerations to be granted the rights to host and organize the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019 and 2021 with delegations from the five nations making 30 minutes presentations highlighting their proposed venues and explaining why their bids should be given the nod.
The respective bidding detailed their listed venues and outlined several advantages why they should be considered ahead of other nations.
The Executive Committee will continue with meetings Saturday 20th September. The winning bids will be announced at a press conference at the AU headquarters at 15:00GMT at the end of the second day of ExCo deliberations.
Summary of biding nations proposed venues.
ALGERIA – 4 cities
CAMEROON – 4 cities
Doula-Limbe & Buya
CÔTE D’IVOIRE – 5 cities
GUINEA – 4 cities
ZAMBIA – 4 cities
Confederation of African Football (CAF) News
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