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More global interest for CAF Women’s Champions League final tonight!

In a few hours, ASFAR (Morocco) and Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa) will compete for the coveted trophy of the CAF Women’s Champions League – Africa’s flagship women’s club football.

The match will kick-off at 20h00 Moroccan time/ 19h00 MGT/ 21h00 Cairo time and 22h00 Eastern Africa time.

For the final on Sunday night, CAF will use more tv cameras to give the viewer better experience. This also includes a lot of build-up content on CAF digital platforms and also CAF tv partners.

A number of global broadcasters including beIN Sport, Canal+, SuperSport, StarTimes, Vejaay Sport will show the match live including the build-up to the final.

Other African broadcasters that will beam the final are: RTI (Cote d’Ivoire), Tele Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo), RTS (Senegal), UBC (Uganda), Azam (Tanzania), AfroSports (Nigeria), ORTM (Mali), Ghana TV (Ghana) TVT (Togo), RTG (Guinea Conakry), RTB (Burkina Faso), KBC (Kenya), MBC (Malawi), GRTS (The Gambia), Gabon TV (Gabon), ORTB (Benin), RTC (Cape Verde), RTNC (Democratic Republic of Congo), CRtv (Cameroon) and SABC (South Africa).

Prize Money: CAF Women’s Champions League 2022

Winners: USD 400,000

Runners-up: USD 250,000

Semifinalists (2): USD 200,000

Third of Group (2): USD 150,000

Fourth of Group (2): USD 100,000

Head to Head: ASFAR vs Mamelodi Sundowns

This is the second meeting at the CAF Women’s Champions League Finals between AS FAR and Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies.

The teams clashed in their final group game in 2021, the match on the 12th November 2021 at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo ended 0-0.

Their clash at the Group Stages in 2021 which ended in a draw ensured that both teams would proceed to the Semi-finals where Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies defeated Malabo Kings after extra time on penalties, while AS FAR were defeated by Hasaacas Ladies in their last four clash.

The teams ended the 2021 CAF WCL inside the top three Sundowns were the eventual champions while AS FAR ended in third.

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