Doha – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: Sites web news brokers spread the news of Qatar hosting the African Champions League final, denied by official sources in the capital, Doha. The Qatar Football Association denied hosting the African Champions League final. The official denial came through a statement released by the union on its documented Twitter page, which was viewed by Al-Quds Al-Arabi. And the statement said the Qatar Football Association denies the reports in circulation on his country which hosts the final of the African Champions League in its current version. 🚨 | Press release: Qatar Football Association denies rumors about hosting the African Champions League final photo.twitter.com / VB5hQuA5Q1 – Qatar Football Association 🇶🇦 (@QFA) May 9, 2022 The statement has arrived in response to what was reported by media of several African countries, according to which Qatar could instead host the final match of the African Champions League of Morocco proposed so far. This information was disseminated, especially after the controversy over the affair after the decision of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to assign the organization to Morocco. In a statement on his official account on the site of social network “Twitter”, the Qatar Football Association has said that what has been spread about Qatar hosting the Champions League final is incorrect. He added that the matter was not discussed or addressed, denying that there was any consultation with (K) on the matter. The QFA has expressed its pride in the distinguished relations with its African counterpart, underlining the great state of cooperation between the two sides in recent years. Ambiguity about the location and date of the African Champions League final So far, the African Champions League final is still a subject of controversy, in light of the fact that the date and location have not yet been announced. This information circulated about hosting the final in Qatar coincided with the visit of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Thani, president of the Qatar Football Association, to the headquarters of the Al-Ahly Club, who opened the circle of doubts on the reception of the Red Club to hold the final of the Champions African League 2022 in the capital of Qatar, Doha. Al-Ahly of Egypt calls for justice club Egyptian Al-Ahly today sent a letter to Patrice Motsepe, president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), calling for the final match of the African Champions League to take place in a neutral country, far from the four teams that will compete for the semi-finals of the tournament. It was recently reported that the African Union is granting Morocco the right to host the final match. Al-Ahly of Egypt is close to the African Champions League final. Al-Ahly defeated ES Setif 4-0 on Saturday in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-finals.