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the 7th edition of the African Nations Championship, a biennial football tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) exclusively featuring players from the respective national championships will be hosted between January and February 2022 in Algeria

 

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Proposed Venues

List of possible stadiums to be used for the tournament:

1- 5th of July, 1962 Stadium, Algiers: 85,000 seats
2- Baraki New Stadium, Algiers; 40,000 Seats
3- Douera Sportpark, Algiers; 40,000 Seats
4- Mustapha Tchaker Stadium, Blida; 35,000 Seats
5- Olympic Stadium of Oran, Oran; 40,000 Seats
6- Abdelkader khalef Stadium, Tizi Ouzou; 50,000 Seats
7- Sig New Stadium, Mescara; 20,000 Seats
8- Chahid Hamlaoui Olympic Stadium, Constantine; 35,000 Seats
9- 19 May Stadium, Annaba; 55,000 Seats
 

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5th of July, 1962 Stadium

The stadium is located in Algiers, The capital with a capacity of 85,000 seats and likely to host the Opening and/or the Final, renovations of the stadium will take place next year.
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List of possible stadiums to be used for the tournament:

1- 5th of July, 1962 Stadium, Algiers: 85,000 seats
2- Baraki New Stadium, Algiers; 40,000 Seats
3- Douera Sportpark, Algiers; 40,000 Seats
4- Mustapha Tchaker Stadium, Blida; 35,000 Seats
5- Olympic Stadium of Oran, Oran; 40,000 Seats
6- Abdelkader khalef Stadium, Tizi Ouzou; 50,000 Seats
7- Sig New Stadium, Mescara; 20,000 Seats
8- Chahid Hamlaoui Olympic Stadium, Constantine; 35,000 Seats
9- 19 May Stadium, Annaba; 55,000 Seats


Mustapha Tchaker Stadium , 19 May Stadium ,Chahid Hamlaoui Olympic Stadium, distroy all this stadium they are old :bash: :cripes:
 

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Sig Stadium in this list ?
New Sig Stadium looks pretty good but definitely not ready to welcome AFC competition. There is no hotel in the city and only at 40km from Oran.
 

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Sig Stadium in this list ?
New Sig Stadium looks pretty good but definitely not ready to welcome AFC competition. There is no hotel in the city and only at 40km from Oran.
I think the New stadium of Sig will be at least used as a training site for some teams who are going to have their training camps in Oran or Moustaganem.
 

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Potential Host Cities:

1- Algiers, The Capital
2- Oran
3- Constantine
4- Blida

Possible Training Camps & Sites:

5- Annaba
6- Tipaza
7- Moustganem
8- Sig
9- Setif
 

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How come Algeria doesn't modernize it's stadiums like Morocco. Besides the ones under construction, of course
 
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I imagine one reason is that it doesnt really need to. This tournament is low profile, it’s a tier 2 afcon.

Last time Algeria hosted a major tournament - the proper afcon - was 1990.

At the same time, outside of south africa, algeria has better stadiums than most african nations.
 

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How come Algeria doesn't modernize it's stadiums like Morocco. Besides the ones under construction, of course
Algeria is more into building new stadiums than modernizing old ones (except the four big stadiums which are planned to be renewed)
currently 5 stadiums with a capacity between 20,000 & 50,000 (In Algiers, Oran, Sig and Tizi Ouzou) are being under construction and will be delivered between August 2019 & December 2021.
and 6 more stadiums (between 35K to 60K) are planned to be build after 2022 (in Setif, Constantine, Chlef, Moustaganem, Batna and Bejaia)
which means 14 out of 16 new/renewed stadiums are able to host big tournaments like the proper AFCON & World Cup
 

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I imagine one reason is that it doesnt really need to. This tournament is low profile, it’s a tier 2 afcon.

Last time Algeria hosted a major tournament - the proper afcon - was 1990.

At the same time, outside of south africa, algeria has better stadiums than most african nations.
Indeed, but the tournament's profile is increasing by each edition, Morocco boosted the tournament in 2018 & Algeria will do the same and more in 2022, it's expected to be as important as the main AFCON.

and Yes, I guess Algeria will dethrone Morocco as the second best African country in terms of Stadiums & Infrastructures with having 14 International venues between 2019 & 2024
 
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