U20 Afcon Update: Cameroon first to arrive
Count down – Five (5) Days to go before tournament kick off
The Cameroon men’s Under-20 national team became the first team to arrive in Zambia ahead of the Zambia Total 2017 U20 Africa Cup of Nations which starts this weekend.
The team touched down at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
They are scheduled to connect to Ndola on Tuesday where they will be based.
The West Africans are in Group B alongside Egypt, South Africa and Sudan.
Cameroon play their first game on Monday 27 February against South Africa at 1800hrs before they engage Sudan on Thursday 02 February.
They wind up their group stage games with a match against Senegal on Sunday 5th March.
All the group B games will be played at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
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