The Central African Republic will host Nigeria in a World Cup qualifier in Douala, Cameroon instead of their country.

 

 

This is because of a standing order from the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

 

In August this year, CAF barred eight countries from hosting World Cup qualifiers.

 

They are: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Djibouti, Guinea-Bissau, Malawi, Namibia and Niger.

 

 

The decision was taken after the countries failed CAF’s venue inspections.

 

They will instead play their home fixtures at a neutral ground.

 

CAR defeated Nigeria 1-0 in the first leg and will be looking to complete a stunning double over Gernot Rohr’s men in Douala.

 

 

Central African Republic vs Nigeria: Super Eagles land in Douala

150 thoughts on “Why CAF banned Central African Republic from playing Nigeria in their country”
  1. The Central African Republic will host Nigeria in a World Cup qualifier in Douala, Cameroon instead of their country.
    This is because of a standing order from the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

  2. Africa needs a lot of upgrading when it comes to sporting infrastructure most African countries don’t even have one well equipped stadium that’s very bad

  3. Africa needs a lot of upgrading when it comes to sporting infrastructure most African countries don’t even have one well equipped stadium that’s very bad

  4. Africa needs a lot of upgrading when it comes to sporting infrastructure most African countries don’t even have one well equipped stadium that’s very bad

  5. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend CAR defeated Nigeria 1-0 in the first leg and will be looking to complete a stunning double over Gernot Rohr’s men in Douala.

    Central African Republic vs Nigeria: Super Eagles land in Douala

  6. The official rate today, Monday October 11, for $1 dollar to naira = 414.30 (FMDQ yet to release official data for Monday)

    According to the data at the FMDQ Security Exchange where forex is traded officially, exchange rate between the naira and the US dollar still stands at N414.30/$1 as at the time of filing in this report, this is after it opened at N414.44/$1 and closed at N414.30 per $1 on Friday, 8 October 2021.

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