The COSAFA Cup will be held in Durban, South Africa and the organisers of the event have revealed the five stadiums that will be used during the two-week long tournament.
Three venues will hosts the matches while the other two will be used for training sessions.
The tournament will run from May 25-June 8.
Here is a rundown on the five venues:
MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM
The Moses Mabhida Stadium will be used for the semi-finals and final of the 2019 COSAFA Cup. It has a capacity of 85,000.
KING ZWELITHINI STADIUM
King Zwelithini Stadium which is located in Umlazi suburb has a capacity of 10,000. It will be used for group games and knockout matches up to and including the quarterfinals.
PRINCESS MAGOGO STADIUM
The Princess Magogo Stadium in KwaMashu will also be used for the group games and knockout matches up to and including the quarterfinals. It has a capacity of 12,000.
SUGAR RAY XULU STADIUM
The Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium will be a training venue. It has a smaller 6,500 capacity and the stadium is located in the suburb of Clermont.
The Chatsworth Stadium is another training venue for the COSAFA Cup but has a large 22,000 capacity. The venue is located in Chatsworth, a large suburb to the south of Durban.