Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the dates for their return into the CAF Champions League after finishing as runners-up in the league last season.
The Glamour Boys will take on PWD Bamenda from Cameroon in the preliminary round of the continental competition, which they will be playing in for the first time since 2016 and have announced when the away leg, at least, will take place.
“The first game takes place on Sunday, 29 November at the Limbe Omnisports Stadium in Limbe, with kick-off at 16:00 (SA Time). Chiefs will then host the Cameroonian’s in the return leg. The date, venue and kick-off time will be confirmed soon,” the club said in a statement on their official website.
Should Gavin Hunt’s outfit progress, they will then take on Angola’s Primero de Agosto in the first round of the Champions League, which is essentially a play-off match to qualify for the group stages of the tournament.
The first leg for that game will be played late next month, while the second leg is pencilled in for early January, Chiefs said.
If Chiefs beat Bamenda, but lose to de Agosto, they will drop down to the CAF Confederation Cup, which they last featured in two years ago.
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