The executive committee of Confederation of African Football (CAF) will hold a crucial meeting in Kigali on how to move african football forward as well address the issue of covid-19 pre-match test.
It is also gathered that the issue of introducing pan- african school sports will be discussed to make sure african football are well developed from the grass roots.
The CAF Executive Committee (EXCO) will meet in Kigali, Rwanda this Saturday, 15 May 2021, chaired by CAF President, Dr. Patrice Motsepe.
FIFA President, Gianni Infantino will be among the distinguished guests.
The main items on the Executive Committee Agenda relate to the implementation of the Pan-African Schools Football Championship, the CAF/FIFA Refereeing Agreement and the FIFA-CAF USD 1 billion Infrastructure Development project. Amongst some of the matters under discussions will be the 2022-2024 competitions calendar and the challenges relating to the pre-match Covid19 testing.
Prior to the EXCO meeting, the President will hold several meetings including with the six CAF Zonal Unions Presidents (COSAFA, CECAFA, UNAF, UNIFFAC, WAFU A, WAFU B)