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Bafana vs Gambia clash set for June - Independent Online
Johannesburg - Bafana Bafana's clash with Gambia in the penultimate 2016 Gabon Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers has been set for Saturday, 4 June 2016. The match will take place at Independence Stadium in Bakau, Gambia. Kickoff is at 17h00 local time ...
EFF appoints Gebremedhin Haile as interim Walia coach - EthioSports
Ethiopia Football Federation(EFF) has appointed Gebremedhin Haile as interim coach to take over from sacked Yohannes Sahle supersport.com can reveal. The defense coach will be in charge for the remaining 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against ...and more »
Namibia to face Botswana in COSAFA Cup - New Era
The COSAFA Castle Cup was launched in 1997 and very quickly became one of the most exciting competitions on the African soccer calendar. It has given COSAFA member countries opportunities to increase their international profile and seek further ...and more »
China Wants to Become a 'Soccer Superpower' by 2050 - TIME
The next year, Chinese workers began construction of the three-tired, 35,000-seater new National Stadium in the capital San José at an estimated cost of $100 million. In 2010, when Angola hosted soccer's Africa Cup of Nations, four new stadiums were ...and more »
About Africa Cup of Nations
The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) / Coupe d'Afrique des Nations (CAN) is Africa's biggest continental football tournament. A total of 16 nations compete for the ultimate prize.
This three-week competition runs from mid-January to early-February. The AFCON 2015 is hosted by Equatorial Guinea, after Morocco pulled out over Ebola fears before consequently getting banned by CAF.
Defending champions Nigeria failed to qualify for the finals of the 2015 AFCON. The most successful nation remains Egypt with 7 titles.