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2022 AWCON Qualifiers: Super Falcons To Face Ghana In First Round

2022 AWCON Qualifiers: Super Falcons To Face Ghana In First Round

Defending champions Super Falcons of Nigeria will face arch rivals Black Queens of Ghana in the first round of the 2022 African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) qualifiers, reports Completesports.com.

The draw ceremony took place in Cairo, Egypt on Monday.

CAF Senior Manager of Women Football & Futsal Heba Sarwat conducted the draw, assisted by Egyptian footballer Nadine Ghazy.

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The first leg and second leg fixtures will hold between June 7th and 10th.

DRAW RESULTS

First round

M1 – Uganda v Ethiopia

M2 – Kenya v South Sudan

M3 – Eritrea v Burundi

M4 – Djibouti v Rwanda

M5 – Malawi v Zambia

M6 – Tanzania v Namibia

M7 – Zimbabwe v Eswatini

M8 – Angola v Botswana

M9 – Mozambique v South Africa

M10 – Algeria v Sudan

M11 – Egypt v Tunisia

M12 – Equatorial Guinea v DR Congo

M13 – Sao Tome and Principe v Togo

M14 – Congo v Gabon

M15 – Central African Republic v Cameroon

M16 – Sierra Leone v Gambia

M17 – Liberia v Senegal

M18 – Mali v Guinea

M19 – Guinea Bissau v Mauritania

M20 – Burkina Faso v Benin

M21 – Nigeria v Ghana

M22 – Niger v Cote d’Ivoire

Second Round

Winner M1 v Winner M2

Winner M3 v Winner M4

Winner M5 v Winner M6

Winner M7 v Winner M8

Winner M9 v Winner M10

Winner M11 v Winner M12

Winner M13 v Winner M14

Winner M15 v Winner M16

Winner M17 v Winner M18

Winner M19 v Winner M20

Winner M21 v Winner M22

Aggregate winners qualify to join hosts Morocco in the final tournament.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 12
  • Barth 1 month ago

    Sorry Ghana, see you at next edition.

     
  • This is crazy. On what basis? No seeding? How does CAF square Nigeria and Ghana and then Uganda and Ethiopia face each other. What is the ranking of these things on FIFA? How do you pair 2 top teams and then 2 lower-tier teams? So the top ones can cancel each other out? This smells too much like football politics. Anyway, nah Ghana go suffer am.

     
    • Mr Hush 1 month ago

      Absolutely ridiculous..

      I just can’t understand CAF.

      The problem started since they change the mode of qualification. Placing all qualification by zones. Which simply makes no sense.

      Arguably(with all due respect to other zones), the best footballing zones in Africa is the West and North; so placing West vs West, North vs North in qualifiers simply takes out some of the best from the equation, thereby diluting the level of the main competition itself.

      I would advise there should be immediate ramification to the qualifier process or it would simply be counterproductive to whatever positive CAF is aiming for.

       
    • Sheer inanity! I am with you both (Mr Hush and Kel) on this.

       
  • Aleks 1 month ago

    What exactly guides the seeding and draws for these CAF competitions? How can two of the best teams in the continent be drawn to meet each other in the first round? Okay, even if CAF wants to insist on this weird zoning formula for whatever reason, why must the three best teams in West Africa be dumped into a group of six, with the two best facing against each other IN THE FIRST ROUND!
    By the way, are these countries going to manufacture new pitches before June or is CAF planning to subject theses hapless ladies to unwarranted torture on the same desert pitches rejected by FIFA for the Men World Cup qualifiers? What other evidence do we need to agree that women football is not being given its due regards, especially in Africa. Maybe I shouldn’t complain, after all, it’s CAF competition. The men also played on those “lush pitches”. Our Super Eagles can testify.

     
  • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

    CAF is probably one the most useless multinational organizations existing at the moment….and I’ve got no apologies for saying that. Where CAF to be in charge of the world cup, Germany, France, Brazil and Italy would be in the same qualifying group.
    oh…Africa my Africa. Who do us like this…?

     
  • glory 1 month ago

    While sensible continents are growing not any more at geometric progression but 5g speed, ooohhhh Africa running on a treadmill. Big big shame on CAF. A monumental disgrace CAF has suddenly become. The rest of the world will never stop making a laugh of this sick body.

     
    • Open letter to CAF:
      This continent needs her best teams to represent Africa at the world stage. You guys should get your sh*ts together, or else we shall continue to be laughing stock to the international football community.

      Yours truly.

       
  • This timing, second week in June means the proposed matches against The USA, Portugal and Jamaica will now be off as the dates clash

     
    • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

      Since it is a once-off qualifier series, I suggest NFF should apply for a shift in the date of the Ghana tie to enable the SF participate in the invitational tournament in the USA.

       
  • Everything about Africa is politics and greed! Every other things are secondary, even the days of Issa Hayatouh was far better, is it that we can’t get anything right in Africa?