The 2020/2021 Cameroon Cup final will be played on Sunday, 13 March 2022, with access to the Stadium (Ahmadou Ahidjo) free.
Sports and Physical Education Minister Narcisse Mouelle Kombi has said though entry is free, every spectator will have to present their tickets.
According to a document made public by the Sports Minister, “entry to the stadium will only be reserved to persons with an invitation or a ticket in relation to the different sections of the playground. The tickets are free and available, limited to the capacity of the stadium.”
They could be obtained from the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, FECAFOOT, the MINSEP delegations of the Center Region, Mfoundi Division, and seven Subdivisions of Yaounde, the National Institute of Youth and Sports (INJS), the seven councils of the Subdivisions of Yaounde, the Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Civic Education, Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and the Family, and the National Football Academy (ANAFOOT).
The Stadium will be open from 11:00 am, ahead of the match which will kick off at 3:30 pm.
Either PWD Bamenda or Astres FC will win the trophy for the first time. Both sides have reached the Cameroon Cup final twice and thrice respectively, but came up short on all occasions.