Confederation of African Football (CAF) have reported another schedule for the 2021 AFCON and the 2022 world cup capability matches, which were recently dropped because of the COVID 19 pandemic.
African groups are to have a bustling calendar of mainland football in 2021, with the global capability games beginning from November 2020 to November 2021.
CAF delivered an announcement showing the AFCON qualifiers to continue in November, at first scheduled for March 2020 with the world cup qualifiers to start May 2021.
The CAF Emergency Committee has endorsed the resumption date for qualifiers of the Total Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon 2021 and the gathering phase of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
— CAF (@CAF_Online) August 19, 2020
Nations are relied upon to play cycle 3 and 4 games from November 7-19 while the last two matches to begin from March 22-30 of every 2021.
The African cup of Nations to be facilitated by Cameroon was to begin 30th June 2021 yet was deferred to January 2022 and closes in February a year later from the underlying concurred date after COVID-19 pandemics destabilize the football schedule.