The Confederation of African Football unveiled today the tiers of the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations draw, slated to occur in Côte d’Ivoire early in the forthcoming year. This revelation followed the culmination of the selection of teams advancing to the group stage, which transpired a mere forty-eight hours ago with the formal inclusion of Cameroon and Namibia. The eagerly anticipated draw is scheduled for October 12th in the Ivorian metropolis of Abidjan. It will set the Carthage Eagles on a collision course with one of the formidable squads within the second-tier ranking.
Below is the list of levels:
level one :
Côte d’Ivoire – Morocco – Senegal – Tunisia – Algeria – Egypt
Second Level :
Cameroon – Nigeria – Mali – Burkina Faso – Ghana – South Africa
The third level :
Democratic Republic of the Congo – Cape Verde – Guinea – Zambia – Equatorial Guinea – Mauritania
fourth level :
Guinea Bissau – Mozambique – Namibia – Angola – Gambia – Tanzania.