CAF announce changes to Champions League, Confederation Cup format

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have announced changes to the format of both the Champions League and Confederation Cup.

CAF had suspended all their competitions since March due to the coronavirus outbreak with over 393,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa.

However, it has been reported that both the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup were set to resume in September.

And on Tuesday, CAF released a statement announcing a series of updates on both competitions ahead of their expected return.

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In their statement, CAF said that the semi-finals of the Champions League and the Confederation Cup will be changed to a single-leg format.

READ: CAF postpone 2021 Africa Cup of Nations for a year

They also added that the CAF Confederation Cup semi-final and final matches are set to be played in Morocco.

On the other hand, the venue for the CAF Champions League’s remaining games is yet to be decided.

CAF’s executive committee also announced that the 2020 CAF Awards ceremony will be cancelled.

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