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CAF’s African schools football championship to hold in April

CAF African Schools Football Championship

As part of building stronger links between Schools and Students in Africa, CAF this week launched the African Schools Football Championship trophy design competition towards encouraging young designers to submit their creative designs.

The trophy will be lifted by the Winners of the Continental Phase of the African Schools Football Championship. The Championship will hold from April 7 to 9, 2023.

African Art and Design Schools and Students are eligible to participate. The trophy design theme is: “African Schools Football”.

CAF Director of Member Associations Sarah Mukuna said: “The African Schools Football Championship is not just about football but about CAF using football as a platform to create opportunities for African youth.

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“It forms part of CAF President, Dr Motsepe’s vision to Invest in African Youth.

“Through the African Schools Football Championship Trophy Design Competition, we want to reach out to Young African Designers to get involved and submit designs.

“We want the trophy to represent aspirations and dreams of African Kids. We are excited about this project and the possibilities.”

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