The Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), chaired by Patrice Motsepe, met on July 16 2021 in Rabat, Morocco, and gave its support to the idea of organising the FIFA World Cup every two years.
CAF also called for implementation of the recommendations of the final audit of CAF conducted by PwC.
The Executive Committee gave its support to the project of a men’s and women’s World Cup every two years, which was formulated during the last FIFA Congress.
Reaffirming its commitment to good governance, the Executive Committee gave its support for quick implementation of the PwC audit recommendations and to explore the legal consequence of the findings.
“The implementation of these recommendations will make CAF more attractive to its current and potential partners and sponsors, as its President Patrice Motsepe recalled in his 10-point programme,” CAF said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the Executive Committee instructed the Interclub Competitions Committee to accelerate the feasibility study of the African Supranational League project.
Furthermore, it announced a first calendar for 2021/2022 interclub competitions, starting on
September 10 this year.
“The draw for the preliminary rounds will be made on 15 August 2021 at the latest. Bids to host the interclub finals will be opened in November 2021.”CAF noted progress in Cameroon’s preparations to host the Africa Cup of Nations next year. – CAF