Cameroon has backed out of hosting the CAF Champions League Final Four, which is the semi-finals and the final of the continent’s premier club competition.
The format was decided following delays caused by the Covid-19 and was to hold in the central African country in September.
However, the authorities said it would be impossible to host the event due to the current global health crisis.
Egypt and Tunisia as well as the United Arab Emirates were other options but CAF settled on the original home and away format involving the countries of participating clubs.
The first leg matches will take place on September 25 while the reverse fixtures come up on October 2.
The final is scheduled for October 10 in a one-off event to be played in a neutral venue unless both teams are from the same country.
The Caf Confederation Cup Final Four remains unchanged, with Morocco as host.
CAF Champions League semi-finals
Zamalek (EGY)-Raja Casablanca (MOR)
Al Ahly (EGY)-Wydad Casablanca (MOR)
Caf Confederation Cup semi-finals
Hassania Agadir (MOR)-RS Berkane (MOR)
FC Pyramids (EGY)-Horoya (GUI)