The line-up for the FIFA Confederations Cup, Russia 2017, is now complete with the emergence of Cameroon as the Africa’s champion.
The Indomitable Lions triumphed over Egypt 2-1 to win the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon on Sunday
Cameroon is the eighth and final participant confirmed for the championship.
Cameroon will join Australia, Chile, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal and hosts Russia at the tournament, which runs from 17 June to 2 July.
The competition gives each confederation's best teams the chance at more glory on the very same stage that will host the FIFA World Cup, the greatest football show on earth, one year later.
Cameroon will play in Group B alongside Chile, Australia and Germany with their first match at the tournament coming against Copa America champions Chile in Moscow at the Spartak Stadium on Sunday 18 June. They will then travel up to St. Petersburg to face AFC Asian Cup winners Australia on Thursday 22 June, before wrapping up the group stage against World Cup champions Germany on Sunday 25 June in Sochi.