Uganda Premier League sides KCCA FC and Proline FC will have to wait until next Wednesday to confirm their opponents in the CAF Confederations Cup tournament.
KCCA dropped from the Champions League to the second tier of Africa’s premier club competition, after being eliminated on away goals rule by Angolan side Petro de Luanda while Proline progressed to the play-off stage after edging out Rwanda’s AS Kigali with a 3-2 aggregate win.
The draw will be held on 9 October. The first legs will be played on 27th October with the second legs scheduled for 3rd November.
The 16 winners of this play-off round will advance to the group stage.
The winners of the 2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup will earn the right to play against the winners of the 2019–20 CAF Champions League in the 2020 CAF Super Cup. Egypt’s Zamalek are the title holders.
Pot 1; From confedrations cup: RS Berkane (Morocco), Al-Masry (Egypt), Hassania Agadir (Morocco), Zanaco (Zambia), Enugu Rangers (Nigeria), Djoliba (Mali), Paradou AC (Algeria), ESAE (Benin), DC Motema Pembe (DRC), FC San Pédro (Ivory Coast), Pyramids (Egpyt), Bandari (Kenya), Bidvest Wits (south Africa), TS Galaxy (South Africa), Proline (Uganda), Triangle United (Zimbabwe).
Pot 2: Dropped from Champions League: Guinea Horoya (Guinea), Enyimba (Nigeria), Gor Mahia (Kenya), KCCA (Uganda), Asante Kotoko (Ghana), UD Songo (Mozambique), Young Africans (Tanzania), Elect-Sport (Chad), Cano Sport (Equatorial Guinea), Al-Nasr (Libya), Fosa Juniors (Madagascar), FC Nouadhibou (Mauritania), Côte d’Or (Seychelles), ASC Kara (Togo), Green Eagles (Zambia)