Cairo Stadium to host Zamalek matches once more

Zamalek return to Cairo stadium follows ban after 2012 stampede.
Egypt's interior ministry has permitted Cairo's Zamalek football club to play its home games once again at the 75,000-seater Cairo International Stadium in the Egyptian Premier League.
The return of Zamalek to the club's home stadium follows a ban in the aftermath of a 2012 stampede in which 22 people were killed during a match between Zamalek and another local premier league side ENPPI. The incident resulted in a subsequent police crackdown on the Zamalek hardcore supporters' group, known as the Ultras White Knights.
Since 2012 Zamalek has been based at Petro Sport Stadium, a multi-use 16,000-seater facility which was built in 2006 and is the home ground ENPPI.
Management at Cairo Stadium say the return of Zamalek comes at the "perfect time" as Egypt celebrates qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.