TUNIS (Tunisia)- National Football team dominated their Tunisian counterpart 2-0 (First Half: 2-0), in an away friendly Friday at Hamadi-Agrebi Stadium of Rades, Tunisia, ahead of the second qualifiers of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
ALGIERS- Algeria has been chosen to host African Judo Championships (men and women) in 2022, the Algerian federation governing the sport said Thursday in a statement.
ALGIERS- Algerian national team of local football players will play Burundi's on Wednesday, 16 June 2021 at the new Olympic stadium of Oran, the Algerian Football Federation said.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Algeria's U20 football team is to compete within Group A in the upcoming Arab Cup of Nations, to run from June 20 to July 6 in Egypt, along with host country Egypt, Niger and Mauritania, according to the draw carried out Saturday afternoon in Cairo.
ALGIERS- Algeria will be represented by three swimmers at the meeting of Monaco, on May 29-30, the first stage of the annual circuit "Mare Nostrum," the Algerian federation governing the sport said Friday.
TIZI-OUZOU - The Algerian club competing in the African Football Confederation Cup, JS Kabylie, qualified for the semi-finals, after their draw (1-1) with Tunisia’s CS Sfaxien, half-time (1-0) in the quarterfinal’s second leg match played on Sunday at the 1er-Novembre stadium in Tizi-Ouzou.
TUNIS-The CRB and MCA football teams were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the African Champions League after bowing to ES 2-0 (3-2 on penalties) and WA Casablanca 1-0 respectively.
DAKAR-The Algerian judo team won three medals (1 silver and 2 bronze) on Day 1 of the 42nd African Senior Championships held Thursday in Dakar (Senegal).
CAIRO- Algerian women’s football team will play against their Sudanese opponents in the first round of the qualifiers for the Africa Cup of Nations CAN-2022, according to the draw carried out Monday at the headquarters of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), in Cairo (Egypt).
ALGIERS - The national football team will play a friendly match against Mauritania on Thursday June 3 at the Mustapha-Tchaker stadium in Blida (8:30 p.m.). It will be the first preparatory match for the 2022 World Cup second qualifying round, which kick-off has been postponed to September, the Algerian Federation (FAF) announced Thursday evening in a statement.