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CAF Unveiled The Preliminary Draw For The 2026 World Cup African Qualifiers

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A total of 54 countries were seeded into six pots before being randomly divided into nine groups of six teams each.
Botswana will play in Group G along with Algeria, Guinea, Uganda, Mozambique and Somalia for a place at the 2026 World Cup edition, which will be co-hosted by Canada, the United States of America and Mexico.
The qualifiers will be played over ten matchdays over the next two years, the first of which will be from November 13-21, 2023, with nine group winners automatically qualifying for the finals and one team participating in the FIFA playoff tournament. The qualifying campaign begins on November 13, 2023.


Botswana Loses Out On AFCON 2027 Hosting Rights

The African Football governing body, Confederation of African Football (CAF) today the 27th of September 2023 revealed the joint bid by Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania has won the race for the hosting rights of the host of the 2027 Continental showpiece in Cairo, Egypt.
Meanwhile, The CAF Executive Committee also announced Morocco as the host of the AFCON 2025.

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