The Confederation of African Football will this weekend send a delegation to Botswana to its assess the state of readiness to host the CAF Champions League games. The inspection is meant to ensure a balanced playing field across all participating countries.
The delegation will look at the safety of the stadium, the condition of its playing surface and if the stadium can support television broadcast of the highest standards. This inspection will be done on the three preferred home grounds for Township Rollers, namely the National Stadium, Lobatse Sports Complex and The Francistown Sports Complex.
Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC), who is the custodian of the stadiums, is confident that the stadiums are capable of hosting events of highest standards. Modiri Ontitile, of BNSC, is confident that CAF will be impressed.
Stadiums facilities will be inspected from 7th April until 9th April.