Morocco will compete in Division A along with continental heavyweights Senegal, Tunisia, Cameroon, and Egypt.
Rabat –The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will launch the “African League of Nations” tournament on December 28 in Cairo.
The competition will have four divisions. The first division, to which Morocco belongs, has 12 teams, and the other three have eight teams.
An African Super Cup will take place between the champion of both the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) and the African League of Nations.
The matches of the new African tournament will be held for two years after CAN 2019, starting in August 2019. The tournament will come on the heels of CAN 2019, which will be played June 15 to July 13.
The 36 African nations to compete in the League of Nations and their divisions are as follows:
Senegal – Tunisia – DR Congo – Ghana – Cameroon – Nigeria – Burkina Faso – Mali – Cape Verde – Egypt – Algeria – Morocco
Côte d’Ivoire – Guinea – South Africa – Zambia – Uganda – Congo – Gabon – Benin
Angola – Guinea Bissau – Madagascar – Mauritania – Niger – Togo – Zimbabwe – Kenya
Tanzania – Comoros – Seychelles – Libya – Malawi – Ethiopia – Liberia – Sierra Leone