A Beninese woman at the CAF Referees Committee

Benin is now represented on the Referees Commission of the African Football Confederation (CAF). The former international of CAF-FIFA, Rosalie Ndah Tempa, is appointed to this important structure of the umbrella organization of African football.

The appointment of a Beninese woman within the CAF Referees Commission, according to Bouraïma Imorou of the COMEX, is « an essential strategic position ».

Aged 48, Rosalie Ndah Tempa has a very rich track record. She refereed the women’s final of the African Games in Nigeria. In 2004, the new commission member was among the best referees of his generation at the Olympic Women’s Football Tournament in Athens.

Rosalie Ndah Tempa has officiated several CAN and FIFA qualifiers, including the Women’s World Cup (U20 and seniors), 03 Olympic games and 06 women’s CAN.

The CAF Referees Commission is made up of eight (08) members. It is chaired by Rwandan Célestine Ntagungira. Rosalie Tempa Ndah sits there as female representative.


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2 December 2021 by F. Aubin Ahéhéhinnou

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