Defending champions Super Falcons of Nigeria will face arch rivals Black Queens of Ghana in the first round of the 2022 African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) qualifiers, reports Completesports.com.
The draw ceremony took place in Cairo, Egypt on Monday.
CAF Senior Manager of Women Football & Futsal Heba Sarwat conducted the draw, assisted by Egyptian footballer Nadine Ghazy.
The first leg and second leg fixtures will hold between June 7th and 10th.
M1 – Uganda v Ethiopia, M2 – Kenya v South Sudan, M3 – Eritrea v Burundi
M4 – Djibouti v Rwanda, M5 – Malawi v Zambia, M6 – Tanzania v Namibia
M7 – Zimbabwe v Eswatini, M8 – Angola v Botswana, M9 – Mozambique v South Africa, M10 – Algeria v Sudan, M11 – Egypt v Tunisia, M12 – Equatorial Guinea v DR Congo, M13 – Sao Tome and Principe v Togo, M14 – Congo v Gabon, M15 – Central African Republic v Cameroon, M16 – Sierra Leone v Gambia, M17 – Liberia v Senegal, M18 – Mali v Guinea, M19 – Guinea Bissau v Mauritania, M20 – Burkina Faso v Benin, M21 – Nigeria v Ghana and M22 – Niger v Cote d’Ivoire
Winner M1 v Winner M2, Winner M3 v Winner M4, Winner M5 v Winner M6,
Winner M7 v Winner M8, Winner M9 v Winner M10, Winner M11 v Winner M12,
Winner M13 v Winner M14, Winner M15 v Winner M16, Winner M17 v Winner M18, Winner M19 v Winner M20, Winner M21 v Winner M22
Fides discovered that aggregate winners qualify to join hosts Morocco in the final tournament.