African Football League 2023 Fixtures and Draw Date Unveiled, Live Draw, Live Schedule, Time and Dates, table and Port for African Football League.
The African Football League (AFL), created through a joint effort between CAF and FIFA, is expected to make its debut in this inaugural edition. The tournament will have 8 teams, a preview of what is to come in the full 2024/2025 edition, which will feature the 24 best teams on the African continent.
This first edition of the AFL, which will take place this year, will feature a combination of home and away formats, as well as a knockout format. This approach aims to add excitement and energy to matches while allowing teams to showcase their skills on their own turf and in unfamiliar locations.
As anticipation builds for the AFL’s first run, football fans can expect to witness a strong display of African talent and competition. This inaugural event is not only a prelude to the upcoming expanded edition, but also a demonstration of the growth and vitality of African football on the international stage.
African Football League 2023 Fixtures and Draw Date Unveiled
On Tuesday, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) revealed that the long-awaited African Football League (AFL) draw is scheduled to take place in Cairo on September 2 at 7:00 p.m. local time.
This announcement marks an important step forward in the preparations and excitement surrounding the upcoming tournament. Football fans across the continent can now mark their calendars for this momentous event, which will define the match and set the stage for the much-anticipated inaugural edition of the AFL.
AFL Fixtures 2023
Q1: Simba SC vs Al Ahly
Q2: TP Mazembe vs ES Tunis
Q3: Enyimba vs Wydad AC
Q4: Petro De Luanda vs Mamelodi Sundowns
Quarter-finals: 20 October
Semi-finals: 29 October – 1 November
Final: 5 and 11 November
2023 AFL Teams and Draw Date
The tournament teams include famous teams such as Ahly from Egypt, Esperance from Tunisia, Enyimba from Nigeria, Mamelodi Sundowns from South Africa, Petro Atlético from Angola, Simba from Tanzania, TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Wydad from Morocco.
Marking its calendar dates, the tournament is scheduled to begin on October 20 and culminate on November 11. This season promises a series of intense and exciting football as these famous teams from various African nations come together to compete for glory in the African Football League (AFL).