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Africa’s Reps Line-up Pre-World Cup Friendlies In September.

With the postponement of the AFCON 2023 qualifiers, the five nations to represent Africa at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar are leaving no stone unturned, as they have line-up series of friendlies in September.

These friendlies are part of the preparations for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar, as Africa looks to break the quarter-final hurdle this time around.

Only 13 nations have represented Africa at the World cup since Egypt became the first nation to make its debut in 1934, and only three nations have made the quarter-finals (Cameroon in 1990, Senegal in 2002 and Ghana in 2010).

Meanwhile, Nigeria, Algeria and Morocco have made it to the round of 16.

Friendly Schedule For African Nations in September.


This will be their record eighth participation in the World, more than any other African country in the tournament’s history. Their greatest achievement was in 1990 when they reached the quarter-finals. Cameroon missed out of the 2018 edition in Russia, and will be hoping to grab a first win in the world since they beat Saudi Arabia 1-0 in 2002. The Football Federation has programme two friendlies for the Indomitable lions in September.

Cameroon vs Uzbekistan on September 23

Cameroon vs South Korea on September 27.


The black stars of Ghana will be in their fourth World cup participation, since making their debut in 2006. Their biggest achievement was in 2010 when they reached the quarterfinals. Their Football Association has line up one friendly for the four-time African champions.

Ghana vs Brazil on September 23


Tunisia will be making  their sixth world cup participation in Qatar. But are yet to create an impact in their previous five attempts.

Tunisia vs Brazil on September 27


The Atlas lions will be in their sixth Appearance at the World cup. The 1976 African champion only managed a round of 16 finish in the 1986 edition when they were eliminated by Portugal. The Moroccan FA has lined up two friendly games coach Walid Regragui and his charges.

Morocco vs Chile on September 23

Morocco vs Paraguay on September 27


The number one ranked team on the continent and current African Champions will be in their third World Cup appearance. Their biggest achievement was in 2002 when they reached the quarter-finals. The Taranga lions will take on Bolivia on September 24.



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