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Zamalek, RS Berkane renew acquaintances in continental final


The first leg of the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup 2023/24 Final will kick-off in Berkane, Morocco, between Morocco’s RS Berkane FC and Zamalek SC of Egypt on Sunday, 12 May 2024.

The match, a repeat of the 2019 Final between the two Clubs, will kick-off at 20h00 Local Time (19h00 GMT).

This season marks the 21st edition of the competition and with every season, exciting African club football memories continue to be engraved in the rich history books of African football – with this edition set to continue the legacy.

The double legged tie will then conclude a week later at the Cairo International Stadium when Zamalek plays host to the second leg on Sunday, 19 May at 19h00 Local Time (17h00 GMT).

Both RS Berkane and Zamalek raised their hands and stamped their authority as the tournament’s firm favourites after finishing top of their respective groups without a single loss enroute to the final.

While the Moroccans have enjoyed more TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup success than their Egyptian counterparts, having won the title twice and losing out once in the final, Zamalek have proven cup pedigree and will certainly aim at repeating their 2019 success over the Moroccans to halt what could potentially be a five-year continental trophy drought for the White Knights.

Sunday’s start to the double-legged final is set to be broadcast live and in high-definition to the global audience, with CAF pulling out all the stops in ensuring that African football’s global audience experiences both finals in the best broadcast technology.

In addition to the live broadcast across the globe, fans are also invited to be a part of the online conversation and enjoy exclusive behind the scenes content across CAF’s digital platforms using

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