The German firm Roland Berger task by CAF to audit infrastructures to be used for the CAN 2019 competition to be hosted by CAMEROON is to have its first inspection mission to the country headed by president Paul Biya from January 11 to 23, 2018.
Alafnet.com is aware that while in Cameroon, Roland Berger which was appointed in November 2017 by CAF to audit these infrastructures to be used for the pan African sporting event is expected to visit five ( 5 )cities which have been designated to host the competition. Group A & C, Yaoundé (Center region ), Group B in Douala (Littoral region), Group D in Bafoussam (West region), Group E in Limbé (South West region) and Group F in Garoua (North region).
Six stadiums will host the competition which for the first time will bring together 24 national selections from June 7th to July 7th, 2019.
They include, Limbé stadium (20 000 seats),which was completed in 2014. The Bafoussam 20 000 seater stadium which was completed last year.
Two other stadiums of which one ( Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium- 40 000 seats) has already been renovated and Roumdé Adjia stadium in Garoua (25 000 seats) still under renovation.
The Paul Biya Stadium in Yaoundé which is expected to have a capacity of 60 000 seats like the Japoma stadium in Douala (50 000 seats) is under construction.
Both stadiums are expected to be delivered by the end of 2018.