Cheetahs not coming to Rwanda – Katie Press

Huye Stadium Ruled Out Of Hosting Rwanda V Benin AFCON Qualifier

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Rwanda may not be allowed to host Benin for the AFCON 2023 qualifiers in the homecoming stage due to a complaint made by the Benin confederation.

The team raised a concern that the venue where the match will be hosted lacks the required hotels – minimum 4-star international rating hotels – to accommodate the teams and officials.

The game was expected to take place on 27 March at the Rwanda International Stadium.

Rwanda Was Expected To Host Their Fourth Group L Fixture Against Benin At Huye Stadium But CAF Revoked The Stadiums Rights To Host The Game 3 ScaledA letter sent by the Confederation of African Football to the Rwandan local football federation states that the hotel and other facilities are still operational, so they have already informed and alerted the federation, they will be given at least three 4- Hotels with international ratings of a star or higher category need to be guaranteed. The venue

CAF has decided to relocate and induct Stade de l’Amity General Mathieu Kerekou in Cotonou (Benin) as the venue for the AFCON Côte d’Ivoire 2023 Group Stage Qualifiers return leg Matchday 4 – Group L – Rwanda vs Benin.

Rwanda is in Group L along with Senegal, Mozambique and Benin, where Lions of Terangay lead the group with 6 points, Mozambique second with 4 points, Rwanda fourth with 1 point while Cheetahs of Benin with no points are below.

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