The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has opened the bids for the CAF Interclub Competitions Finals for the 2020/21 football season.
Ever since the controversial two leg final between Esperance of Tunis and Raja Casablanca in 2019, CAF adopted the one match final in 2020.
The 2021 bid will be the second season running where the CAF Interclub Competitions Finals will be decided in a single match.
Cairo hosted the final of the CAF Champions between two Egyptian rivals, Al Ahli and Zamalek at the Cairo international stadium which Also Ahli won their ninth champions league crown.
Cameroon had been originally selected over Morocco and Tunisia to host event at the Japoma Sports Complex, but the Cameroon authorities withdrew their bid due to the traits of the Coronavirus pandemic.
For the CAF Confederation cup, the 2020 final was played in Rabat, Morocco where RS Berkane beat Pyramids of Egypt 1-0 in the final.
It should be noted that deadline for MAs to send in their bids is February 26, 2021 and MAs interested in hosting any of the competitions’ final should submit their bidding files highlighting key elements: Stadia, Training facility, accommodation arrangements, medical and government authorization.
The champions league final has been set for July 17, while the CAF Confederation Cup is set for July 10, 2021.