Sierra Leone can again host international matches now that the country is free of Ebola, Report gathered by Sierraloaded understands.


The Confederation of African Football,CAF had banned Sierra Leone from hosting matches upon the recommendations of the World Health Organisation.

But the ban, which took effect in August 2014, has now been lifted following the end of the Ebola epidemic in the West African country.

Guinea and Liberia were also banned from hosting matches because of the threat of Ebola in their countries.

While Liberia has been given the go-ahead to resume internationals tournaments, Guinea have not yet been cleared Ebola-free by the WHO and so the CAF suspension remains in place.