By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
The Confederation of African football, CAF has made public venues certified to host 2022 FIFA World cup qualifiers games starting this June.
Five times African champions and seekers of an eighth FIFA world cup ticket Cameroon have had five of her modern grounds selected for the three or possibly four games to be played between June and November this year.
The cities of Douala in the Littoral Region, Garoua in the North, Limbe in Southwest Region and the capital city of Yaounde have had their facilities retained for the rest of the qualifiers.
The Reunification Stadium in Douala and the newly-constructed Japoma Stadium plus the Limbe Omnisport Stadium, Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium in Yaounde plus the Roumde Adja in Garoua have all been declared fit to host matches.
All the grounds with the exception of the Roumde Adja Stadium hosted games in the recent African Nations Championship and are enlisted for the 2021 AFCON tournament in Cameroon next year.
The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon open their world cup qualifying campaign at home to Malawi in early June before confronting Ivory Coast on the road few days later.
Malawi completes the group of four teams from which one will progress to the final round of the qualifiers from which the winners will book a ticket for the November 2022 event in Qatar.
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