AFCON To Be Played With 60% Crowd Capacity

A decision has been reached by the Confederation of African Football after consultations with stakeholder to restrict crowd capacity for Cameroon’s African Cup of Nations (AFCON) games to 80% in a bid to control the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Other matches to be played in the tournament, which begins on January 9 and ends February 6 will be restricted to a crowd capacity of 60%

“After many consultations with the Cameroonian government, in light of the evolution of the health crisis and the challenges imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Afcon and the local organising committee have agreed an upper limit of between 60 per cent-80 per cent for the capacity of stadiums in the Africa Cup of Nations,” CAF (African Football Federation) said.

Ghana continues to prepare for the AFCON but continues to be met with setbacks as Crystal Palace and Ghana National, Jordan Ayew could miss out on the continental competition after pulling his hamstring in his club’s 1-0 loss to West Ham

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