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List Of Approved Stadiums For AFCON 2023 Qualifiers Matches

List Of Approved Stadiums For AFCON 2023 Qualifiers Matches

Road to the 34th edition of the international men’s football championship of Africa will commence in the first week of June as CAF releases some of the home ground of the 48 teams ahead of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers.

A total of 24 teams will qualify to play in the final tournament, including Ivory Coast, who qualify automatically as hosts.

Below are the approved home ground for 30 teams while 18 other countries are awaiting approval from CAF ahead of the qualifiers which will commence on the first week of June.

Algeria: Complexe Olympique d’Oran (40,143).

Angola: Estádio Nacional 11 de Novembro, Luanda (48,500).

Benin: Stade de l’Amitie, Cotonou (20,000)

Botswana: Obed Itani Chilume Stadium, Francistown (27,000).

Burkina Faso: Marrakesh Stadium, Morocco (45,340).

Burundi: Benjamin Mkapa Stadium, Dar es Salaam (60,000).

Cameroon: Japoma Stadium, Douala (50,000).


Comoros: Maluzini Stadium, Moroni (14,053).

Egypt: Cairo International Stadium, Cairo (75,000).

Equatorial Guinea: Nuevo Estadio de Malabo (15,250).

Gabon: Stade de Franceville, Franceville, (22,000).

Ghana: Cape Coast Stadium, Cape Coast (15,000).

Lesotho: Dobsonville Stadium, South Africa (24,000).

Libya: Benina Martyrs Stadium, Benina (10,550).

Madagascar: Municipal Mahamasina Stadium, Antananarivo (40,880)

Mali: Stade du 26 Mars, Bamako (50,000)

Mauritania– Stade Cheikha Ould Boïdiya, Nouakchott, (8,300).

Morocco: Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat (53,000).

Namibia: Orlando Stadium, South Africa (37,139).

Niger: Stade de l’Amitie, Cotonou (20,000).

Nigeria: Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja (60,491).

Senegal: Abdoulaye Wade Stadium, Dakar (50,000).

South Africa: FNB Stadium, Johannesburg (94,738

South Sudan: Al-Salam Stadium, Egypt (33,000)

Sudan: Al Hilal Stadium, Omdurman (25,000).

Tanzania: Benjamin Mkapa Stadium, Dar es Salaam (60,000).

Togo: Stade de Kégué, Lome (40,000).

Tunisia: Stade Olympique De Rades, Tunis (60,000).


Uganda: St.Mary’s Stadium, Kitende (25,000)

Zambia : Heroes National Stadium, Lusaka (60,000)

The list will be updated once the other 18 countries received CAF stadium approval.

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