Saudi Arabia to host the CAF Super Cup

The Confederation of African Football and the Saudi Arabian Football Federation have announced Saudi Arabia to be this year’s host of the CAF Super Cup 2023, on 15 September.

The match will be will be contested between current CAF Champions League champions, Al Ahly, and Algeria’s USMA Alger, the champions of the CAF Confederation Cup. The match is set to be played in the city of Taif at the iconic King Fahd Stadium.

CAF General Secretary, Veron Mosengo-Omba, said: “We are excited to take the TotalEnergies CAF Super Cup to a new territory in Saudi Arabia – a country that has been making significant strides in global football.

“African football ranks amongst the best in the world right now, and it’s fitting that, in an era where many international stars are heading to Saudi Arabia, African Football is also a part of this movement.

“On behalf of CAF President, Dr Patrice Motsepe, I would like to thank the Saudi Arabia Football family for their cooperation and we look forward to what will be an exciting TotalEnergies CAF Super Cup.”

Ibrahim Alkassim, SAFF General Secretary said: “Our collaboration with CAF to host this event exemplifies our commitment to partnering with CAF in event hosting and match organization in line with our existing partnership.

“This event marks yet another milestone in our ongoing collaboration. On behalf of SAFF President, Yasser Al Misehal, we thank CAF for this opportunity and we look forward to a remarkable match for everyone involved.”

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