The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the venues for the 2019/20 Champions League and Confederation Cup finals.
Despite the global pandemic of the coronavirus leaving the current season in turmoil, CAF has proceeded to confirm the venue for Africa's premier club competitions.
With a North African final already confirmed with Raja Casablanca and Wydad Casablanca facing off against Zamalek and Al Ahly vying for the title - it's believed the bid from the Moroccans to host was overlooked.
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While Tunisia and Cameroon were the bidders to host the prestigious event that will take place on 29 May.
And CAF has now confirmed the country set to host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, will host the final at the Japoma Stadium in the capital city of Douala.
Meanwhile, the Confederations Cup final venue has been set for Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Stadium in Rabat, Morocco.
It will be the first time the continental final will be played in a single match, following a decision by the CAF Executive Committee last June.