The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has divulge that the long-promise African Super League which FIFA. They say a $200 million league, is set August 2023.
This was disclosed by the President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Patrice Motsepe, on Sunday; at the confederation’s Executive Committee.
CAF says it will be an economic generator for African football; and adds that each participating association will receive $1 million, according to NAN.
Motsepe revealed that the league will be launched in Tanzania this August, adding that other details of the competition. This is including the official name, is unveiled at the launch event.
The CAF President also urged that CAF has also requests from investors and sponsors for the Super League. Therefore, adding that, ”They are anxious to partner with us on the CAF Super League.
Motsepe revealed that a significant amount of the money from the CAF Super League invested back into African football. And also part of the process involves giving one million dollars every year to every one of CAF’s 54 Member-Associations. This is as a contribution to football and youth development.