Reports say Angola are to build four new football stadiums as they battle for the right to host the 2010 African Nations Cup finals.
Angola are planning to build four new stadiums for the Nations Cup
The new grounds are being earmarked for the capital Luanda, Benguela, Cabinda and Lubango.
The stadiums are set to be built at an estimated cost of between US$100-million and US$140-million, the Angolan Football Federation has said.
Angola are one of four bids to host the 2010 event, which will come six months before the first ever World Cup is hosted in Africa by South Africa.
The Confederation of African Football is to decide next month on the identity of the 2010 Nations Cup hosts.
The other candidates are Libya, Nigeria and a joint bid by Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.