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CAF Confederation Cup

CAF Confederation Cup

The CAF Confederations Cup is an African football competition for clubs, organized by the Confederation of African Football. CAF modeled the competition off Europe's UEFA Cup back in 2004.

The CAF Confederations Cup consists of 32 teams, divided into 8 groups. Matches are played until a winner comes out. The Current CAF 2008 CAF Confederation Cup champion is Club Sportif Sfaxien.

Every year, a qualification series occurs to determine which African football teams qualify into the finals of the competition. The domestic club winners and third place teams are chosen from the top 12 placed CAF national associations. The remaining eligible football teams are the domestic league 2nd place team from the remaining 42 member associations. These clubs participate in a two-phase tournament.

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All 4 African Cup of Nations quarterfinals to be played in Malabo and Bata
Winnipeg Free Press
The African Football Confederation also decided on Tuesday that the quarterfinal in Mongomo would be moved to Malabo, the capital city. CAF says the fields in Ebebiyin and Mongomo have been "adversely affected by a combination of wear and tear from ...
Tunisia, Congo through to quarters at African Cup; Cape Verde eliminated by ...
Winnipeg Free Press
The Ebebiyin stadium had never hosted top-level soccer before this tournament. After his team's draw with Congo, Tunisia coach Leekens was asked if he knew where his team would be playing the quarterfinal. "That's a good question. I will ask them where ...
Ivory Coast, Cameroon may need luck for African Cup progress
Arab News
Cameroon's national soccer team Coach, Volker Finke, left, and Cameroon soccer player, Stephane Mbia, attend a press conference in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, Tuesday ahead of their final Group D Match on Wednesday against Ivory Coast at Estadio De ...
Possible venue change for Equatorial Guinea's Afcon quarter-final
Times LIVE
Equatorial Guinea players celebrate after winning their Group A soccer match against Gabon in the African Cup of Nations in Bata January 25, 2015. Image by: AMR ... Hosts Equatorial Guinea's quarter-final with Tunisia at the African Nations Cup on ...
Q & A with Lucky Lekgwathi - Part 2
Q: What are the chances of Pirates repeating their tremendous form of the 2013 CAF Champions League when they play in the Confederations cup this year? A: Obviously hard work is always a key. Firstly, we need to motivate ourselves by watching all our ...
No offers for Segolela
The former Bloemfontein Celtic wide-man has made just two appearances for the Buccaneers this season, and was omitted from their 25-man CAF Confederation Cup squad. The 26-year-old Segolela still has 18 months left on his contract, and according to ...
DR Congo squeeze into African quarters
Democratic Republic of Congo squeezed into the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals by the slimmest of margins as Jeremy Bokila scored a second-half goal against Tunisia in Bata to ensure their progress despite failing to win a match. The 1-1 draw ...
Southern Region Teams Disappoint in Afcon
In the past, during such a big event, there would be talk or debate everywhere on whom soccer fans thought would win the tournament. But this ... Our clubs only make up the numbers in the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup. The last ...
Q & A with Lucky Lekgwathi - Part One
If by then we'll be still in the CAF Confederations Cup then I might continue. I still feel fresh and my legs are still going strong so time will tell. Q: The club supporters are pleading with the club to re-hire Ruud Krol. What is your take on that? A ...
AFCON hosts claim ref conspiracy
Equatorial Guinea's football federation said it sent "a letter of protest" to tournament organizers this week following a disallowed goal by captain Emilio Nsue in the opening game of the African Cup, a 1-1 draw with Republic of Congo in Bata on ...
AFCON 2015

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