The Angolan Football Federation (FAF) confirmed today that, in the next few days, inspectors from the African Football Confederation (CAF) are visiting Angola to also inspect the Coqueiros and 22 de Junho stadiums, linked to Interclube, in Luanda.
Speaking to Lusa, FAF vice president José Carlos Miguel also said that the Sagrada Esperança stadium, owned by the Angolan champion team, in Luanda Norte province, will also be inspected.
The three stadiums will be inspected for being used by Sagrada Esperança, Petro de Luanda and Interclube, teams representing Angola in African competitions.
The Angolan official also denied that the Sagrada Esperança stadium was disapproved by CAF, as the Angolan press reported this week.
José Carlos Miguel explained that the ratification of the result of the recent inspection carried out to the aforementioned sports infrastructure, by elements of CAF, is awaited.
Last week, the African Football Confederation rejected the 11 de Novembro stadiums, the largest sports infrastructure in Angola, Ombaka, in the Angolan province of Benguela, and the Tundavala stadium, in the Angolan province of Huila, which are banned from hosting international matches. , at the level of national teams and clubs, as long as the infrastructure is not improved.
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