Women's CAN 2022: program and results of the qualifications

Zambians during the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games. AFP - KOHEI CHIBAHARA

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The African Football Confederation (CAF) has unveiled the provisional qualifying program for the next Women's African Cup of Nations scheduled for July 2 to 23, 2022 in Morocco.

The first round of these qualifiers will take place on October 20, 2021, while the first round return will take place between October 23 and 26.

Note that the 22 qualified teams will play a second round, before the best eleven join the Moroccan selection in the final phase.

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WOMEN'S AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS, MOROCCO 2022: ONE-WAY TOUR

Wednesday October 20 -

Uganda - Ethiopia, in Kampala

Kenya - South Sudan, in Nairobi

Eritrea - Burundi, Asmara

Djibouti - Rwanda, in Djibouti

Malawi - Zambia, in Lilongwe

Tanzania - Namibia, in Dar es Salaam

Zimbabwe - Eswatini, in Harare

Angola - Botswana, in Luanda

Mozambique - South Africa, in Maputo

Algeria - Sudan, in Algiers

Egypt - Tunisia, Cairo

Equatorial Guinea - DR Congo, in Malabo

Congo-B - Gabon, in Brazzaville

Sierra Leone - Gambia, in Makeni City

Liberia - Senegal, in Paynesville

Mali - Guinea, in Bamako

Guinea-Bissau - Mauritania, in Bissau

Burkina Faso - Benin, in Abidjan [Ivory Coast]

Nigeria - Ghana, in Lagos

Niger - Ivory Coast, in Niamey

Dates and places not communicated -

Sao Tome and Principe - Togo

Central African Republic - Cameroon

WOMEN'S AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS, MOROCCO 2022: RETURN ROUND

Saturday 23 October -

Burundi - Eritrea, in Ngozi

Namibia - Tanzania, in Johannesburg [South Africa]

Sunday October 24 -

South Sudan - Kenya, in Nairobi

DR Congo - Equatorial Guinea, in Kinshasa

Cameroon - Central African Republic, in Yaoundé

Guinea - Mali, in Nongo

Benin - Burkina Faso, in Cotonou

Ghana - Nigeria, in Accra

Monday October 25 -

Gambia - Sierra Leone, in Bakau

Ivory Coast - Niger, in Abidjan

Tuesday October 26 -

Ethiopia - Uganda, in Bahir Dar

Rwanda - Djibouti, in Kigali

Zambia - Malawi, in Lusaka

Eswatini - Zimbabwe, in Manzini

Botswana - Angola, in Francistown

South Africa - Mozambique, in Johannesburg

Sudan - Algeria, in Omdurman

Tunisia - Egypt, in Tunis

Togo - Sao Tome and Principe, in Lomé

Gabon - Congo-B, in Libreville

Senegal - Liberia, in Thiès

Mauritania - Guinea-Bissau, in Nouakchott

NB: The 22 qualified teams will compete in a second round, the dates of which remain to be confirmed.

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