In the wake of calls for demonstrations in the so-called "Friday of salvation," the Egyptian Football Federation announced the postponement of a match between Egypt and Aswan in the Premier League to be held on Friday afternoon, until Saturday for security reasons.
The Egyptian Football Federation said in a statement on its official Facebook page that it was decided to postpone the match between Egypt and Aswan as part of the second round of the league competition, to be held at 5:30 pm (local time) on Saturday evening at the Military College Stadium instead of today for security reasons. .
Egyptian authorities tightened security on Friday after a call for demonstrations against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for the second week.
It was the first game postponed in the league competition, which began last week.