Sudan`s national under 20 side arrived in Dar es Salaam yesterday ahead of their first leg tie of African nations Cup qualifier against hosts Tanzania at the National Stadium tomorrow.
The team landed with a contingent of people that included players and officials. The Tanzania Football Federation has allowed the team to have a practice session at the Karume Memorial Stadium yesterday evening, three hours after their arrival.
The team is expected to have their last training g session at the match’s venue, National Stadium at16:00 hours today.
Prior to the training session, coaches of both sides and team captains will attend a pre-match meeting at the Tanzania Football Federation’s premises where members of the press are invited.
Entrance fees for the match have been set at 3,000/- for popular stands while VIP A seats will be available at 15,000/- as the highest fee.
Other fees in between are 5,000/- for orange coloured stands and 10,000/- for the VIP C and B.
The Tanzania U-20 team also known as Ngorongoro Heroes have been training under their Danish coach Kim Poulsen ahead of the tomorrow tie.
The host side has been using the National Stadium as their training base.