The Confederation of African Football (CAF), which is responsible for governing football in the continent, has penned down the host cities for Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco in two years time.
Unsurprisingly Rabat was chosen to host the games. Other venues include Marrakech, Agadir and Tangir. Casablanca has been chosen as an alternative.
Libya has also submitted cities and venues for approval by CAF for its hosting of the 2017 edition. The North African country forfeited its rights to host the competition last year because of the civil war that engulfed the country.