Tonight’s TotalEnergies CHAN semi-final match sold out

Tonight's TotalEnergies CHAN semi-final match sold out.

Tickets for today’s semi-final TotalEnergies African Nations Championship Algeria 2022 match between Algeria and Niger are sold out.

The first semi-final will take place at the Miloud Hadefi Olympic Stadium in Oran at 17:00 local time (16:00 GMT) and will be televised on CAF’s TV partner stations.

The CHAN Algeria 2022 tournament has produced some spectacular matches, with full-capacity crowds at Nelson Mandela Stadium in Baraki, Annaba, and Constatine.

This has reaffirmed Algeria’s reputation as a football-crazy country where the people are devoted to the beautiful game.

Oran is not only a beautiful town – but hosts a modern stadium. In CHAN Algeria 2022, Oran has played host to some sensational matches, including the qualification of Niger against Cameroon (1-0) and their quarterfinal against Ghana (2-0).

In another semifinal tonight, Senegal will face Madagascar in Algiers. The game will be played at 20:00 local time at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Baraki.

Meanwhile, CAF has planned to increase the commercial value of competitions in the continent.

“The Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) has announced a significant 60% increase on the prize money for the winner of ongoing TotalEnergies African Nations Championship (CHAN) Algeria 2022,” a statement from CAF’s media noted.

The winner of this year’s CHAN is set to pocket a whopping sum of $2million compared to the US$1,250,000 received by the previous champion two years ago, an increase of $750, 000.

The runners-up will get US$800,000 while the third and fourth-placed teams are expected to recieve $500,000 each.

In the same vein, for the four sides that failed to progress beyond the quarter-finalists, they will receive $400,000 each while the two countries that finished second in the groups of three teams will earn $300,000 each, the same amount as countries that finish third in groups of four teams.

CAF also stated that there is something for the countries that finished bottom in the group stages. The teams will earn $200,000 each.