South Africa Football Association (Safa) has said it will bid to host the African Champions League finals for both men and women.
Men’s final this season will be a single game for the third time, rather than a two-legged tie as previously had been the tradition.
Casablanca the Moroccan city hosted last year’s final, which Al Ahly beat South Africa’s Kaizer Chiefs to give the Egyptians their 10th title.
The second edition of the Women’s Champions League finals, for which eight teams qualify for, is scheduled to be held later this year.
The inaugural tournament in November 2021 featured seven regional qualifiers alongside Wadi Degla from host nation Egypt.
South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns lifted the trophy following a 2-0 win over Hasacas Ladies from Ghana.
Safa (South Africa Football Association) vice president Gladwyn White confirmed the country’s intentions on Friday.