Members of the Executive Bureau of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) voted to award the joint bid to the countries (Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania) to host the 2027 Africa Cup of Nations.
This came during the press conference held by CAF following the meeting of the Executive Office of the African Confederation in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, headed by South African Patrice Motsepe.
It is noteworthy that the African Confederation had voted in favor of Morocco to host the tournament in 2025.
Morocco’s bid was distinguished by 6 high-quality stadiums that had the specifications required by CAF to host the continental event, which were the stadiums (Moulay Abdellah in Rabat, Tangier Stadium, Agadir Stadium, Marrakesh Stadium, Mohammed V Stadium, and Fes el-Kebir Stadium).
The stadiums of Berkane, Oujda, Kenitra, Moulay Hassan and Abdi in El Jadida and Hassan II in Fez were also designated as reserve stadiums.
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