CAF releases dates for 2022/23 Inter Club competitions

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released the registration and match dates for the Preliminary Round of the CAF Inter Club Competitions for the organization of CAF’s Interclub Competitions for the 2022/23 season.

Registration for the competitions will kick off effectively on 1st August 2022 and end on 15 August, 2022.

Each club is expected to register maximum 40 players and use 11 players in a match with 9 players on the bench with 5 players coming on as substitutes during the changes for substitution under the new directives.

The first leg of the 1st preliminary matches will be played on the weekend of September 9-11, 2022 and September 16-18, 2022.

REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS
DATES

Registration Period – (Players eligible for the Preliminary Round)
1-15 August, 2022

CAF MATCH DATES

1st preliminary round (Home)
9-11 September, 2022

1st preliminary round (Away)
16-18 September, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Home)
7-9 October, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Away)
14-16 October, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Home)
2 November, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Away)
9 November, 2022

The GFA will register the two qualified clubs (Asante Kotoko and the MTN FA Cup winner) and their players in the CAF Competitions Management System in accordance with the regulations of both competitions.

Registration for the competitions will kick off effectively on 1st August 2022 and end on 15 August, 2022.

Each club is expected to register maximum 40 players and use 11 players in a match with 9 players on the bench with 5 players coming on as substitutes during the changes for substitution under the new directives.

The first leg of the 1st preliminary matches will be played on the weekend of September 9-11, 2022 and September 16-18, 2022.

REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS
DATES

Registration Period – (Players eligible for the Preliminary Round)
1-15 August, 2022

CAF MATCH DATES

1st preliminary round (Home)
9-11 September, 2022

1st preliminary round (Away)
16-18 September, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Home)
7-9 October, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Away)
14-16 October, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Home)
2 November, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Away)
9 November, 2022

The GFA will register the two qualified clubs (Asante Kotoko and the MTN FA Cup winner) and their players in the CAF Competitions Management System in accordance with the regulations of both competitions.

Registration for the competitions will kick off effectively on 1st August 2022 and end on 15 August, 2022.

Each club is expected to register maximum 40 players and use 11 players in a match with 9 players on the bench with 5 players coming on as substitutes during the changes for substitution under the new directives.

The first leg of the 1st preliminary matches will be played on the weekend of September 9-11, 2022 and September 16-18, 2022.

REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS
DATES

Registration Period – (Players eligible for the Preliminary Round)
1-15 August, 2022

CAF MATCH DATES

1st preliminary round (Home)
9-11 September, 2022

1st preliminary round (Away)
16-18 September, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Home)
7-9 October, 2022

2nd preliminary round (Away)
14-16 October, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Home)
2 November, 2022

CC Additional 2nd preliminary round (Away)
9 November, 2022

The GFA will register the two qualified clubs (Asante Kotoko and the MTN FA Cup winner) and their players in the CAF Competitions Management System in accordance with the regulations of both competitions.

Registration for the competitions will kick off effectively on 1st August 2022 and end on 15 August, 2022.

Each club is expected to register maximum 40 players and use 11 players in a match with 9 players on the bench with 5 players coming on as substitutes during the changes for substitution under the new directives.

The first leg of the 1st preliminary matches will be played on the weekend of September 9-11, 2022 and September 16-18, 2022.

The GFA will register the two qualified clubs (Asante Kotoko and the MTN FA Cup winner) and their players in the CAF Competitions Management System in accordance with the regulations of both competitions.