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Eight teams to fight for Africa champions league title

Confederation of African Football (Caf) has unveiled the official plans to run the inaugural women’s Champions League next year.

Caf Deputy Secretary General, Anthony Baffoe said that qualifiers would be played across all Caf’s regions like Council of East and Central Africa Football Association (Cecafa), Council of South African Football Association (Cosafa), Union of Football Federations of Central Africa (UNIFFAC), West African Football Union (Wafu) and Union of North African Football Association (UNAF).

The regions will organise qualifiers that will produce the six top teams where two other teams will be added with one from the host and the other from the combined Caf zones tournaments’ best loser, arriving at a total of eight teams.

The final eight teams will then be divided into two groups of four teams each for a face off for the Champions League title.

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