The 2018/19 CAF interclub competitions will officially get underway on the 27th of November, with Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs & Free State Stars preparing to hear their fate.
South Africa will have two representatives in both the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup, as Sundowns and Pirates go in search of their second star in Africa’s biggest club competition.
With the preliminary draw now on the horizon, fans of the four South African clubs may be interested to take a look at the dates on which their clubs will be in action as they look to progress.
The full dates for the next tournament, which will run over 2018/19, are as follows:
Preliminaries (1st Leg/2nd Leg): 27/28 November & 4/5 December
1/16th Final (1st Leg/2nd Leg): 14-16 December & 21-23 December
CL Group Stage/CC 2nd 1/16th Final Draw: 28 December
Super Cup 2018: 29 December (Sat)
MD1 (CL) & 2nd 1/16th Final (1st Leg) - 11-13 January
MD2 (CL) & 2nd 1/16th Final (2nd Leg) - 18-20 January
CC Group Stage Draw: 21 January
MD3 (CL) & MD1 (CC) - 1-3 February
MD4 (CL) & MD2 (CC) - 12/13 February
MD3 (CC) - 24 February
MD4 (CC) - 3 March
MD5 (CL & CC) - 8-10 March MD6 (CL & CC) - 15-17 March
Quarter Final Draw: 23 March
Quarter Final (1st Leg/2nd Leg): 5-7 April & 12-14 April
Semi-Final (1st Leg/2nd Leg): 26-28 April & 3-5 May
CC Final (1st Leg): 19 May
CL Final (1st Leg) / CC Final (2nd Leg): 24-26 May
CL Final (2nd Leg): 31 May or 1 June
How far will your team get next season?