Côte d'Ivoire has agreed with the African Football Confederation (CAF) 2023 African Cup of Nations after having held the appointment for 2 years, BBC Sport messages.
Despite the fact that Côte d'Ivoire initially challenges the case Arbitration Court for Sport, this adaptation gives Cameroon the way to organize a tournament in 2021 after having rid the opportunity to hold this year's Cup of Nations due to a delay in preparation.
The agreement between CAF and Côte d'Ivoire was closed after a meeting between Ahmad Ahmad, President of CAF, President of Côte d'Ivoire Alassane Ouattara and Côte d'Ivoire (FIF) officials Tuesday, IOL he adds.
Guinea was originally designed for 2023, when the original program was announced in 2014, but now hosts the tournament in 2025.
This year's Cup Cup will be held in Egypt on June 21 and will run until July 19th. The Egyptian organizers moved the tournament back to the weekend to give players more time to get back after the holy month of Ramadan.
2019 The African Nations Cup will be the first year of 24 teams to compete for the golden trophy, including Madagascar and Mauritania, who will make their debut in the tournament. Other countries involved in the competition include the host countries of Egypt, Senegal, Nigeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Kenya, Ghana, Mali and Uganda.