CAF Set To Scrap Confederation Cup, Elevate African Football League

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CAF Set To Scrap Confederation Cup, Elevate African Football League

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The Confederation of African Football, CAF, is set to scrap its second-tier club competition, the Confederation Cup, according to reports.

The Confederation Cup was established in 2004 from a merger of the CAF Cup and the African Cup Winners’ Cup.

CAF introduced a new competition, the African Football League last year.

The African Football League, which started with eight teams will now be expanded to include more teams.
It will now be the major club competition on the continent.

The CAF Champions League will take the place of the CAF Confederation Cup as Africa’s second-tier club competition.

The winner of the African Football League will now be representing the continent in the FIFA Club World Cup.

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