Sidama Coffee, the runner-up for the 2018/19 Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) season, is set to travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their pre-season preparations. The club will stay in Dubai for ten days preparing for the new EPL season.
After a controversial year of football in the Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) 2018/19 season, 22 Addis Ababa City clubs including St. George and Ethiopia Coffee, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to set a new league format for the upcoming EPL season. 16 of the 22 clubs have agreed to the new format.
The Ethiopian National Team a.k.a. the Walias will take on Lesotho in the preliminary rounds of the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualification competition, with the first leg to be played on the Walias’ home soil.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has sent an inspection team to Ethiopia in order to assess the stadiums which were built in different regions months ago. Following the inspection team’s report, Ethiopia is unable to host the 2020 CHAN competition, paving the way for Cameron to take the responsibility of hosting the competition.
The Ethiopian Athletics Federation (EAF) has announced the name of athletes taking part in international competitions across the world and the All-Africa Games scheduled to be hosted in Rabat, Morocco.
The Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) champions Mekele 70 Enderta, and two other teams, Welwalo Adigrat and Suhul Shirel, are set to travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to commence their pre-season preparations.
The Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) has welcomed back international referees Beamlak Tesema, Temesgen Samuel and Lidiya Tafesse following their successful outing during international competitions around the world.
The Ethiopian national team a.k.a. Walias have been drawn into Group K for the 2021 Total African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers. During the draw held in Cairo on Thursday evening, the Ethiopian national team will face Ivory Coast, Niger and Madagascar.