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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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Starting XI: Pirates v URA
Soccer Laduma
Starting XI: Pirates v URA. CAF Confederation Cup Starting XI: Orlando Pirates v URA 14 March 2015. By Soccer Laduma - Mar 14, 2015 03:38 PM. Thumbs_up. 0. 692. 16-facebook 16-twitter 16-googleplus. CAF Confederation Cup. Teams: Orlando Pirates v ...
CAF Hopes On Pirates Shoulders
Soccer Laduma
... I believe Pirates will be the first team to win a second CAF title before other teams win it”, concluded the former midfielder. 12031 views. Tags: South Africa Premier Soccer league Orlando Pirates John Moeti CAF Champions League CAF Confederation Cup.
Bacela Convinced Of CAF Passage To Last Eight
Soccer Laduma
Orlando Pirates striker, Lennox “Jumbo” Bacela is confident that the Soweto giants will come away with a win in their second leg CAF Confederation Cup clash against Uganda Revenue Authority and, progress to the final eight stages of the ...
Fiamenyo turns attention to Confederation Cup progress
GhanaWeb
In-form Hearts of Oak striker has revealed the Phobians have turned their attention to progressing to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup at the expense of Senegal Ligue 1 side Olympique de Ngor. The Phobians, maiden winners of the competition, ...
Caps beat Platinum as Highlanders edge Tsholotsho
New Zimbabwe.com
First, he was mauled 5-1 by Tanzania's Young Africans in the Caf Confederation Cup before settling for a 2-2 home draw against newly promoted Dongo Sawmills in the opening fixture of the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League. And as he prepares to ...
Bumper Easter Castle Lager PSL
NewsDay
A TOTAL of 14 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League matches will be played over the Easter weekend to fulfill match day three and four fixtures with How Mine hosting Caps United on Thursday at Luveve Stadium. by FORTUNE ... FC Platinum's game against ...
Hearts beat Ngor in Confederation Cup
GhanaWeb
Herbert Adoo will certainly be aggrieved by the uncharacteristic defending by his defence that let in Olympique Ngor to open the scoring in their Caf Confederation Cup first-leg tie, but he will take consolation as his changes worked to perfection for ...
Confederation Cup: Kwesi Appiah's Al Khartoum eliminated
GhanaWeb
Kwesi Appiah's Al Khartoum crashed out of the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday after losing 2-0 to Power Dynamos in Kitwe. His Sudanese side exited the competition at the preliminary round with a 2-1 aggregate defeat to the Zambian outfit. Alex Ngonga ...
Confederation Cup: Hearts set date Olympique de Ngor
GhanaWeb
Senegalese side Olympique de Ngor are opponents for Hearts of Oak in the first round stage of the CAF Confederation Cup. They progressed from the preliminary round after beating Cameroonian side Unisport Bafang 3-1 at home on Saturday to seal a 3-2 ...
SL Team Of The Week
Soccer Laduma
Soweto giants, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, who are the defending champions were disappointingly eliminated from the tournament and now only have the Absa Premiership and the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup to campaign for. The ...

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