It is possible that the match of the first day of the second round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers will be held between the national team and Djibouti, in the presence of a small number of fans.
According to our information, the Algerian Football Federation (CAF) confiscated it to allow 5,000 fans on September 2nd against Djibouti at the Mustapha Tchaker stadium in Blida. A request could sign a big return for the fans inside the greens’ box after Algerian fans have been absent here for two years. The last meeting in the presence of the public in Chaker was on November 14, 2019 during the meeting of the African Champions and Zambia on the first day of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
In addition to the African body, the FAF also joined with the public authorities to get their approval for a quota of 5,000 supporters during this first meeting on the track that would lead the Belmadi Patrons to the fifth participation. A copy of the World Cup. An application subject, if there is an agreement, to a set of conditions including a health protocol including verification of vaccination and/or non-contamination with Covid-19. A response to the FAF’s request should therefore be drafted in the coming days.
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