Guinea, which has never hosted a major international competition, was entrusted in 2014 by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) with the organization of its flagship competition, at a time when she brought together 16 selections, against 24 now. But since a visit by a CAF inspection mission at the end of last August, Guineans have been wondering if their country will be able to host the African Cup of Nations.
” Find solutions “
Even if the tournament should take place at the beginning of 2026, following the calendar slip of the edition 2023 in Côte d’Ivoire, which will finally end in January and February 2024, many questions surround the Guinean file today. Leaving Conakry, the Beninese Mathurin de Chacus, president of the federation of his country but came with the label of the CAF – he is a member of the Executive Committee of the authority -, had made a speech instead nuance.
Football: can CAN 2025 take place in Guinea?