CAF inspectors conclude mission on state of Zambia stadia proposed to host AFCON 2025


The four-member team of inspectors sent by Confederation of African Football (CAF) to Zambia have concluded their three day assignment of checking of sites as part of the 2025 Africa Cup Of Nation (AFCON) bid.

According to a statement issued by the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), during the inspection, the quartet who were accompanied by government and FAZ officials inspected Stadia in Lusaka and the Copperbelt.

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Additionally, the Inspectors kept tabs on other support infrastructure like hospitals, transport, hospitality and communication.

As per their work plan, they were only in the country to inspect selected venues and not every single facility in the bid book.

Zambia is among four bidders for the 2025 AFCON that was initially set to be hosted by Guinea.

The four members bidding for the 2025 AFCON are Algeria, Morocco and Nigeria/Benin.

Contributed by Augustine Sichula

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