The draws for the 24th edition of the African Women’s volleyball Championship hosted by Cameroon is set to take place today
The competition was initially scheduled to take place in December 2020, but was later on postponed to later date due to covid-19.
The African women Volleyball Championship has now been rescheduled to happen from June 10th to 20th 2021 at the Yaounde Multi-purpose Complex.
The draw will be marked by the visit of the delegation of the African Volleyball Federation, which will be led by its Guinean born president, Mansourou Aremou. The delegation has been in Cameroon for a few days now and has been inspecting the structures that will be hosting the tournament.
Pending the commencement of the tournament in June, Cameroonian authorities are wrapping up preparations on the sites of the event, especially the setting up of the Yaounde Gymnasium, which will be used to host trainings. The construction of the gym now underway has been on hold prior to this for over 10 years.
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The African women Volleyball Championship to be hosted by Cameroon will equally be a historic one as the women’s volleyball tournament will for the first time be participated by 12 teams from across the continent.
It should be noted that, Angola who is also to participate is the main favorite of the tournament as they have won it a whooping 13 times.
Participants who emerge in the top four will automatically qualify for the women volleyball world Championship to be co-hosted by Denmark, Norway and Sweden in 2023.