CAF unveils the refereeing body for the “first leg” final of the CAF Cup between RS Berkane and Zamalek


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has just appointed a Kenyan referee to officiate the match between RS Berkane and Zamalek in the first leg final of the CAF Cup, on May 12 at 8:00 p.m. in Berkane.

Peter Waweru Kamaku will be the main referee, assisted by Gilbert Kipukich Cheruiyot and Stephen Eleazar Onyango as assistant referees, and Burundian Pacific Ndabiha Winimana as fourth referee. The Tunisian Haitham Kirat for the VAR, assisted by the South African Tom Abongile and the Zambian Diana Chikuticha, while the Djiboutian Mohamed Yassin Younis is the match commissioner and the Somali Ali Mohamed Ahmed controller of the referees.

The CAF Clubs Commission confirmed, during its recent meeting, regarding the match between RS Berkane and USMA in the “return” semi-final of the CAF Cup, that RS Berkane qualified for the final of this continental competition.

Egyptian club Zamalek qualified for the CAF Confederation Cup final after beating Ghana Dreams 3-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, Ghana, in the semi-final second leg of the continental competition.

The “return” match of the CAF Confederation Cup final will take place on May 19 in Cairo.

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