The Lat Dior Stadium in Thiès is excluded from stadiums approved by the African Football Confederation (CAF) to host the qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup.
Sports infrastructure that only had approval.
provisionally CAF, served as a reserve base for the national team matches and Senegalese clubs that developed into interclub competitions.
Therefore, Senegal would be forced to fall back on another pitch against Togo and count towards the first qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup.
When Léopold Sédar Senghor Stadium was suspended following incidents during the match against Ivory Coast in the qualifying round CAN 2013, Senegal had decided to play originally in Conakry (Guinea) before choosing Morocco.
The Lions played against the cranes in Uganda in Marrakech (1-0) and against the Ivory Coast in Casablanca (1-1).
On the other hand, the two group opponents in Senegal, namely Togo and Congo, play in the World Cup qualifiers, at home at Kégué Stadium and at Massamba Débat Stadium, respectively.
It is in this last infrastructure where the lions had played against the red devils in the last 5th day of March of the qualifications for CAN 2021.
The other team in the pool, Namibia, which is to receive Congo on the first day, will be forced to find a backward stadium where its stadium will be suspended because it does not meet the standards.