Ghanaian duo Daniel Laryea and Kwasi Acheampong Brobbey have been assigned as part of the officiating team for the opening game of the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN) between hosts Algeria and 2014 champions Libya.
The two North African nations will set the ball rolling on Friday evening at the Stade de Nelson Mandela.
The two Ghanaian officials will collaborate with 17 others in different roles to ensure accurate regulation of the match.
Ghana’s Kwasi Brobbey together with Angola’s Ivanildo Meirelles will support centre referee Abongile TOM as assistant referees while Daniel Laryea provides assistance to Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Mahmoud Ashorwill of Egypt.
The game kicks off at 7pm local time.
Here is a list of all officials on duty for the opening match.
Abongile TOM Referee South Africa
Ivanildo Meirelles – Assistant Referee I – Angola
Kwasi Acheampong Brobbey – Assistant Referee II – Ghana
Samuel Uwikunda – Fourth Official – Rwanda
Massa Diarra – Commissioner – Mauritania
Latré-Kayi Edzona Lawson Hogban – Referee Assessor – Togo
Kabelo Bosilong – General Coordinator – South Africa
Jamal Fathi – Technical Study Group – Morocco
Belhassen Malouche – Technical Study Group – Tunisia
Ali Arafa – Marketing Officer – Egypt
Houyam Benhammou – Media Officer – Morocco
Mohamed Adel Hadji – Media Officer – Algeria
Marcel Ekani Nkoa – Security Officer – Cameroon
Humphrey Watenga Mandu – Security Officer – Uganda
Mahmoud Ashor – Video Assistant Referee – Egypt
Daniel Nii Ayi Laryea – Assistant VAR – Ghana
Zakia Bartegi – Doping Control – Tunisia
Mohammed Abdallah Ibrahim – Second Assistant VAR – Sudan
Hossameldien Abdelhamied Mohamed Aboelfetouh Elzanaty – Assistant General Coordinator – Egypt