CAF inspectors are satisfied with sports facilities and hotels presented by Cameroon to host the Women AFCON to be held from 19 November to 3 December 2016.
“Cameroon is ready to organize the AFCON.” The sentence was dropped by Leodegar Tenga on July 29 in Limbe. The Tanzanian, head of the delegation of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) took stock after a week of Inspection of sports facilities and hotels. He did not hesitate to express his satisfaction.
“The CAF President thanked Cameroon for having accepted to host the AFCON. This is not an easy competition to organize. However, when the CAF guaranteed to Cameroon the honor to be the host of this AFCON, she knew that Cameroon would be able to organize this competition. After our visit, we are sure that Cameroon will, ” explain to the press, former president of the Tanzania Football Federation.
One who is also president of the organization of the AFCON Commission has sought reassurance even on aspects that seem disturbing. “As for the aspects of visas and transport, we are confident that when the AFCON will approach all these issues will be resolved. We are certain that Cameroon will organize a perfect AFCON “reassured M Tenga.
It is now clear that the country of Paul Biya will host the 12th AFCON of women’s football in the selected infrastructure. In terms of sports infrastructure, there will be the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde, its Annexes 1 and 2 and the military stadium. In Buea and Limbe: the Molyko Stadium, Centunary Stadium, the Middle Farm Stadium and the Omnisports stadium of Limbe.
Among the hotels included; La Falaise, Djeuga Palace, Mont Febe and Yaounde Hilton; Mountain Hotel, the Parlemetarian Hotel, The Chariot Hotel, and FINI Hotel in Limbe and Buea.