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CAFCC - Who Could Dikwena Face In Africa? - Soccer Laduma
Dikwena played in both the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup tournaments back in 2008, losing to Al Ahly of Egypt in the CCL and CS Sfaxien in the CCC after they dropped into it. Both their opponents went on to win the two competitions that ...and more »
Dikwena to strengthen ahead of Confederation Cup - Sport24
Cape Town - Platinum Stars coach Cavin Johnson admits he would like to add depth to his squad as they embark on a CAF Confederation Cup campaign this season. Dikwena qualified for the continental competition by finishing third in the Premiership last ...and more »
Brazilians win big at CAF awards - Independent Online
The Brazilians' goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, completed the hat-trick by winning the Player of the Year – Based in Africa award. Onyango beat competition from Zambian midfielder Rainford Kalaba who won the CAF Confederation Cup with TP Mazembe and ...
Night clash for 'Birds' in Botswana - The Swazi Observer
The Swazi Observer
SOCCER – THE CAF Confederations Cup clash pitting Mbabane Swallows against Botswana's Orapa United will be played on February 11 (Saturday), starting at 8pm. The first leg of the clash will be hosted by the Batswana outfit. Mbabane Swallows CEO ...and more »
Dikwena Sign Three, Including Ex-Chiefs Man - Soccer Laduma
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About 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.