PWD FC of Bamenda and Coton Sport FC of Garoua will represent Cameroon in the 2019/2020 African continental football championship.
The two-football clubs were designated on May 12 after the Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT in consultation with football stakeholders in the country ended the 2019/2020 football season.
The decision to end the championship is contained in a communique signed by FECAFOOT President, Seidou Mombo Njoya.
According to the press release, PWD of Bamenda will represent Cameroon in the CAF’s Champion League while Coton Sport of Garoua will play in the CAF Confederations League.
PWD was crown champions with 45 points followed by Coton Sport with 44 points at the second position.
The decision to call off the 2019/2020 championship comes amid the current COVID-19 Pandemic that is put everything on a standstill.
The decision also comes after the continental body called on member countries to define a road map of their football championship.
Sport lovers in Cameroon will be looking on the two clubs to revive the country’s participation in continental competition after the country have registered poor shows in past editions.