Following the withdrawal of the hosting rights from Guinea, new bids will open this Saturday for the 2025 edition of CAF’s flagship competition, the Africa Cup of Nations.
The CAF Executive Committee will be meeting this Saturday, 1 October 2022 in Algiers, Algeria and will take a decision to re-open the bidding process for the AFCON 2025.
The flagship competition has suffered series of setbacks since the adjustment of calender from the even-numbered year in 2012 to the odd numbered years.
There were either shift in dates or the hosting country. The 2013 edition hosted in South Africa was originally meant to hold in Libya before political turmoil folded the plans.