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A Guide to Obtaining your Fan ID for AFCON Tournament Matches



Tazkrti & Fan ID

The newly launched ticket-booking application Tazkarti confirmed that obtaining a Fan ID is a must for both Egyptians and foreigners; in order to attend tournament matches.

In a press statements, Tazkarti explained that buying the tickets alone isn’t enough, and that having a Fan ID is a must to attend the matches.

Here’s how you can get your Fan ID…

In order to receive your Fan ID, first you must purchase a ticket, and you can easily do so through this link.

You can then receive the Fan ID through your ticket from the following authorized outlets.

For first degree tickets, visit the following Orange branches (Heliopolis, Nasr City, El Rehab, Dokki, Downtown, Zamalek, Manial, Abbaseya, Shoubra, 6th of October, El Haram, Maadi&Mokattam).

2nd and 3rd degree are available in the following youth centers (Al-Jazira Youth Center, Maadi Youth Club, Suez Club, Sheikh Zayed Youth Center at Ismailia, 6th of October, Horse Owners Club at Smouha, El Shams Club.)

Booths are available in Ramadan, from 10 am to 4 pm and from 8 pm to 1 am.

Upon purchasing your ticket, you will immediately receive your Fan ID, if you choose to purchase it online, you will have it delivered along your ticket as well.

In case of a home delivery, expect to receive your Fan ID before June 16th.

Watch the following video for further explanation.

Or follow these simple steps!

Step 1

Once you click on this link, you will be able to sign up for a Fan ID by clicking on “Get Fan ID”, will be directed to a page asking about your nationality.

Step 2

A forum will then appear, at which you will have to fill.

Step 3

After filling the forum, you will be directed to yet another forum where you must fill as well.

Step 4

Last step is that you must fill your identity number, from you National ID/Passport, along with attaching your photo.



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Nour El-Sherbini and Ali Farag Win CIB Egyptian Squash Open 2020




Let us all congratulate Nour El-Sherbini and Ali Farag for winning CIB Egyptian Squash open for this year! After defeating Nouran Gohar, Sherbini seized the women’s gold on Saturday. Meanwhile, Ali Farag made it to the top after defeating Tarek Momen in the same tournament.

The opening of the event, platinum tournament of the Professional Squash Association (PSA), was on October 10th and was held with the iconic Great Pyramid of Giza as the backdrop.

Following her win, Al-Sherbini will overtake Gohar as the women’s World No.1 on November 1 and Farag will take back the top spot from his fellow Egyptian Mohamed Al-Shorbagy on the men’s side.

“Of course, just playing here in front of the Pyramids is very big for me,” Al-Sherbini told reporters.

“It is an unbelievable feeling for me. I had to tell myself to keep going because Nouran is playing unbelievably, and even though she was injured, she beat many top players on her way to the final, but I am thrilled to win this match,” she added.

“It was pretty emotional, what an occasion to be able to capture here,” Farag told the audience after his win.

“Egypt’s hosting of these tournaments will have a positive impact on the economy of the country and will definitely boost tourism,” Egypt’s Minister of Youth and Sport, Ashraf Sobhy said.



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Mortada Mansour Faces a Four-Year Suspension




Zamalek Club president Mortada Mansour has been suspended for four years. The Egyptian Football Association (EFA), headed by Amr al-Ganainy, has officially notified the International Federation of Association Footbal (FIFA) of the four-year suspension.

An additional letter was sent to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) by officials from the EFA, regarding a penalty against Mansour. The sanctions issued against him include his suspension and a 100,000EGP fine. 

The actions enforced by the committee come in light of several complaints that came against Mansour by several sports federations and clubs, including Al-Ahly Club, the Egyptian Handball Federation, the EFA, and various members of the Zamalek Club.

The committee called on Egypt’s Minister of Youth and Sports, Ashraf Sobhy, in order to apply the penalties in accordance with Article 84 of the Egyptian Constitution and the provisions of Sports Law No. 71 of 2017.

In response to the suspension and penalties enforced, Mansour submitted on Monday an official memorandum against the committee’s decision. 

Ashraf Sobhy said that the memorandum will be looked at and studied examined before making any decision.

Mansour made a statement earlier during an interview with journalist Ahmed Moussa on Egypt’s Sada al-Balad satellite channel that his suspension “will not be implemented and I will continue my work normally,” adding that only the General Assembly of the Zamalek Club has the right to determine his fate.


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Africa Cup of Nations Postponed Until 2022




The confederation of African Football just announced yesterday the postponement of the Africa Cup of Nations until 2022, which was scheduled in 2021.

“After consultation with stakeholders and taking into consideration the current global situation, the tournament has been rescheduled for January 2022. The date for the final tournament and the remaining matches of the qualifiers will be communicated in due course,” a statement read on the CAF website.

The CAF executive committee held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the fate of the competition amid the outbreak of the virus.

“This decision was taken due to the uncertainties about the coronavirus health situation and especially because of the scheduling problems since four rounds of qualifiers would need to be fitted into the October and November windows for international matches,” CAF President Ahmad Ahmad told a news conference after the meeting.

The Nations Cup was supposed to be held next January in Cameroon, but given that the CAF has postponed three rounds of qualifiers already, the fate of the tournament has become unclear.

All continental sports activities have also been suspended since March due to the pandemic, including the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup, which were originally scheduled to be played on 1 May.

We are sure a lot of football enthusiasts are disappointed by the news, but it’s for the best as safety of players and the audience come first.

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