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Confederation of African Football
Confédération Africaine de Football
الإتــحــاد الأفــريــقــي لــكــرة الـقـدم
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Abbreviation CAF
Formation 1957
Type Sports organization
Headquarters 6th of October City, Egypt
Membership 56 member associations
Official languages English, French and Arabic
Secretary General 22x20px Hicham El Amrani
President 22x20px Issa Hayatou
Website www.cafonline.com

The Confederation of African Football (CAF, pron.: /ˈkæf/; French: Confédération Africaine de Football; Arabic: الإتحاد الأفريقي لكرة القدم‎) is the administrative and controlling body for African association football.

CAF represents the national football associations of Africa, runs continental, national, and club competitions, and controls the prize money, regulations and media rights to those competitions.

CAF is one of the biggest of six continental confederations of FIFA. Although it is just three years younger than the UEFA, CAF still has a long way to go in order to improve the quality of the national and local competitions. CAF has been given 5 slots out of the 32 available since the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France, this increased to 6 in 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, to include the hosts. The number of places returned to 5 for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

CAF was founded on 8 February 1957 in Khartoum, Sudan by the Egyptian, Ethiopian, South African and Sudanese FAs, following former discussions between the Egyptian, Somali, South African and Sudanese FAs earlier in 7 June 1956 in Avenida Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal. Its first headquarters was situated in Khartoum Sudan for some months until a fire outbreak in the offices of the Sudanese Football Association when the organization moved near Cairo. Youssef Mohammad was the first General Secretary and Abdel Aziz Abdallah Salem the president. The administrative center since 2002 is located in 6th of October City, near Cairo. It was initially made up of 4 national associations. Currently there are 56 associations, 54 full members beside Zanzibar and Réunion Island as associates. (see the bottom of this page or List of CAF national football teams).

The current CAF President is Issa Hayatou.

HistoryEdit

Main article: History of CAF

CompetitionsEdit

Africa Club Union Cup (ACUC):

Continental Edit

The main competition for men's national teams is the African Cup of Nations, started in 1957. In 2009, CAF will be organising another competition for men's national teams, the African Nations Championship composed exclusively of national players playing in the national championship. CAF also runs national competitions at Under-21 and Under-17 levels. For women's national teams, CAF operates the CAF Women's Championship for senior national sides and the CAF Women's Under-20 Championship at under-20 level, since 2008 there is a CAF Women's Under-17 Championship for under-17 sides.

CAF also organizes the UEFA-CAF Meridian Cup with UEFA for youth teams.

In futsal there is the African Futsal Championship.

In Beach soccer there is the CAF Beach Soccer Championship.

Also, CAF is responsible for organisation of the football events during the Pan African Games.

ClubEdit

CAF also runs the two main club competitions in Africa: the CAF Champions League was first held in 1964, and was known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs (or just African Cup) until 1997; and the CAF Confederation Cup, for national cup winners and high-placed league teams, was launched by CAF in 2004 as a successor to the African Cup Winners' Cup (begun in 1975). A third competition, the CAF Cup, started in 1992 and was absorbed into the CAF Confederation Cup in 2004.[1]

The CAF Super Cup, which pits the winners of the Champions League against the winners of the CAF Confederation Cup (previously the winners of the Cup Winners' Cup), came into being in 1992.

2010 Togo Expulsion ControversyEdit

CAF has been the subject of widespread media controversy[2] and criticism[3] following a decision to ban Togo from the next two Africa Cup of Nations matches,[2] after Togo briefly withdrew then tried to rejoin the competition following an armed ambush on their bus which wounded and killed several passengers, including players.[4] Togo appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, with FIFA president Sepp Blatter stepping in to mediate. The ban was subsequently lifted with immediate effect on 14 May 2010, after a meeting of the CAF Executive Committee.[5]

CAF MembersEdit

Confederation of African Football / Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) - 1957Edit

54 Full MembersEdit

2 Associate MembersEdit

Regional FederationsEdit

Union of North African Football Federations (UNAF) - 2005Edit

West Africa Football Union (WAFU) - (UFOA in french) - 1975Edit

Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) - 1973Edit

Central African Football Federations' Union (UNIFFAC) - 1978Edit

Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) - 1997Edit

Non-regional MembersEdit

  1. ^ - Excluded from CAF and from 1st African Cup of Nations in 1957 due to Apartheid
  2. ^ - Member of UNAF from 2005 to 2009 and from 2011 - Withdrew from UNAF on the 19th of November 2009 but return on 2011
  3. ^ - Non-FIFA member associations holding associate membership of CAF
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CAF Regional ZonesEdit

CAF Zone 1 - Northern ZoneEdit

CAF Zone 2 - Western Zone AEdit

CAF Zone 3 - Western Zone BEdit

CAF Zone 4 - Central ZoneEdit

CAF Zone 5 - Central Eastern ZoneEdit

CAF Zone 6 - Southern ZoneEdit

Summer Olympics qualifiersEdit

Legend
  • 1st – Champions
  • 2nd – Runners-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • – Group stage
  • q — Qualified for upcoming tournament
  •     — Qualified but withdrew
  •     — Banned/Disqualified
  •    — Hosts

MenEdit

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1900
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1904
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1908
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1912
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1920
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1924
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1928
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1936
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1948
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1952
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1956
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1960
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1964
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1968
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1972
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1976
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1980
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1984
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1988
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1992
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1996
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2000
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2004
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2008
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2012
Total
22x20px Egypt QF 4th 4th QF QF 11
22x20px Morocco QF 7
22x20px Ghana QF 3rd QF 6
22x20px Nigeria 1st QF 2nd 6
22x20px Tunisia 4
22x20px Cameroon 1st QF 3
22x20px Zambia QF 2
22x20px Algeria QF 1
22x20px Côte d'Ivoire QF 1
22x20px Gabon 1
22x20px Guinea 1
22x20px Mali QF 1
22x20px Senegal QF 1
22x20px South Africa 1
22x20px Sudan 1
Total 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 3 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 4 47

WomenEdit

Nation 22x20px
1996
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2000
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2004
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2008
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2012
Total
22x20px Cameroon 1
22x20px Nigeria QF 3
22x20px South Africa 1
Total 0 1 1 1 2 5

World Cup Participation and ResultsEdit

Legend
  • 1st – Champion
  • 2nd – Runner-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • QF – Quarterfinals
  • R16 – Round of 16 (since 1986: knockout round of 16)
  • GS – Group Stage (1930 and since 1950)
  • 1R – First Round (1934 and 1938)
  •    — Did not qualify
  •     — Did not enter
  •     — Withdrew
  •     — Banned
  •     — Hosts

Men's World Cup FinalsEdit

The following CAF members have competed in the following FIFA World Cups. Teams are sorted by number of appearances.

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1934
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1938
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1950
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1954
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1958
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1962
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1966
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1970
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1974
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1978
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1982
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1986
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1990
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1994
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1998
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2002
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2006
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2010
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2014
Total inclusive
WC Qual.
22x20px Cameroon GS QF GS GS GS GS 6 8
22x20px Morocco GS R16 GS GS 4 12
22x20px Nigeria R16 R16 GS GS 4 12
22x20px Tunisia GS GS GS GS 4 12
22x20px Algeria GS GS GS 3 11
22x20px South Africa GS GS GS 3 5
22x20px Ghana R16 QF 2 11
22x20px Côte d'Ivoire GS GS 2 10
22x20px Egypt 1R GS 2 12
22x20px Angola GS 1 7
22x20px Congo DR GSa 1 9
22x20px Senegal QF 1 10
22x20px Togo GS 1 8
Total 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 5 5 5 6 34

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  • Firsts
    • First African team to qualify for the World Cup: 22x20px Egypt (1934)
    • First African team to win a match in the World Cup: 22x20px Tunisia (1978)
    • First African team to qualify consecutively for two times: 22x20px Algeria (1986)
    • First African team to reach the knockout stage: 22x20px Morocco (1986)
    • First African team to reach the quarter-final: 22x20px Cameroon (1990)
    • First African team to host the World Cup: 22x20px South Africa (2010)
    • First African team to reach the knockout stage and the quarter final the next edition: 22x20px Ghana (2010)
  • Only's
    • Only African team that has always qualified to the knock out stage: 22x20px Ghana (2010)

Women's World Cup FinalsEdit

The following CAF members have competed in the following FIFA Women's World Cups. Teams are sorted by number of appearances.

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1995
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1999
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2003
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2007
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2011
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2015
Total
22x20px Nigeria GS GS QF GS GS GS 6
22x20px Ghana GS GS GS 3
22x20px Equatorial Guinea GS 1
Total 1 1 2 2 2 2 10
  • q – Qualified for the 2015 Women's World Cup

FIFA Confederations CupEdit

Legend
  • 1st – Champions
  • 2nd – Runners-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • GS – Group stage
  • Q — Qualified for upcoming tournament
  •  ••  — Qualified but withdrew
  •  •  — Did not qualify
  •  ×  — Did not enter / Withdrew from the Africa Cup of Nations or withdrew from the Confederations Cup / Banned
  •    — Hosts
Team 1992
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1995
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1997
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1999
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2001
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2003
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2005
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2009
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2013
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2017
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2021
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Total
22x20px Cameroon GS 2nd 2
22x20px Côte d'Ivoire 4th 1
22x20px Egypt GS GS 2
22x20px Nigeria 4th × × 1
22x20px South Africa × GS 4th 2
22x20px Tunisia GS 1
Total 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

RankingsEdit

Men's National TeamsEdit

Rankings are calculated by FIFA.[7]

CAF FIFA Country Points +/−
1 14 22x20px Côte d'Ivoire 995 11px
2 19 22x20px Algeria 887 11px
3 25 22x20px Mali 809 11px
4 30 22x20px Ghana 777 11px
5 34 22x20px Zambia 697 11px
6 41 22x20px Egypt 615 11px
7 42 22x20px Gabon 609 11px
8 45 22x20px Tunisia 606 11px
9 52 22x20px Central African Republic 581 11px
10 52 22x20px Nigeria 581 11px
11 54 22x20px Libya 572 11px
12 60 22x20px Guinea 527 11px
13 61 22x20px Cameroon 523 11px
14 62 22x20px Sierra Leone 521 11px
15 69 22x20px Cape Verde 498 11px
16 71 22x20px Togo 491 11px
17 74 22x20px Morocco 466 11px
18 75 22x20px Benin 457 11px
19 77 22x20px Senegal 455 11px
20 79 22x20px Equatorial Guinea 439 11px
21 84 22x20px Angola 428 11px
22 84 22x20px Uganda 428 11px
23 87 22x20px South Africa 416 11px
24 89 22x20px Burkina Faso 408 11px
25 101 22x20px Sudan 349 11px
26 101 22x20px Zimbabwe 349 11px
27 104 22x20px Burundi 342 11px
28 105 22x20px Niger 335 11px
29 107 22x20px Congo DR 332 11px
30 109 22x20px Congo 325 11px
31 110 22x20px Ethiopia 323 11px
32 111 22x20px Malawi 318 11px
33 112 22x20px Liberia 312 11px
34 112 22x20px Mozambique 312 11px
35 119 22x20px São Tomé and Príncipe 275 11px
36 121 22x20px Botswana 274 11px
37 121 22x20px Namibia 374 11px
38 130 22x20px Tanzania 253 11px
39 134 22x20px Kenya 246 11px
40 134 22x20px Rwanda 246 11px
41 140 22x20px Chad 212 11px
42 141 22x20px Gambia 206 11px
43 159 22x20px Lesotho 130 11px
44 174 22x20px Guinea-Bissau 66 11px
45 178 22x20px Swaziland 61 11px
46 179 22x20px Madagascar 55 11px
47 194 22x20px Comoros 29 11px
48 195 22x20px Somalia 27 11px
49 196 22x20px Eritrea 24 11px
50 196 22x20px Seychelles 24 11px
51 199 22x20px South Sudan 20 11px
52 202 22x20px Djibouti 13 11px
53 202 22x20px Mauritius 13 11px
54 206 22x20px Mauritania 3 11px

Last updated December 19, 2012

Women's National TeamsEdit

Rankings are calculated by FIFA based on matches played over the last four years.[8]

CAF FIFA Country Points +/−
1 27 22x20px Nigeria 1675 11px
2 50 22x20px Cameroon 1470 11px
3 51 22x20px Ghana 1459 11px
4 56 22x20px South Africa 1412 11px
5 62 22x20px Equatorial Guinea 1371 11px
6 68 22x20px Côte d'Ivoire 1343 11px
7 70 22x20px Morocco 1330 11px
8 73 22x20px Tunisia 1325 11px
9 74 22x20px Algeria 1320 11px
10 79 22x20px Senegal 1295 11px
11 83 22x20px Egypt 1289 11px
12 90 22x20px Mali 1204 11px
13 94 22x20px Zimbabwe 1191 11px
14 101 22x20px Ethiopia 1158 11px
15 104 22x20px Angola 1134 11px
16 106 22x20px Congo DR 1113 11px
17 113 22x20px Guinea 1063 11px
18 114 22x20px Namibia 1017 11px
19 119 22x20px Tanzania 941 11px
20 119 22x20px Zambia 941 11px

Last updated August 17, 2012

CAF overall ranking of African Clubs titlesEdit

The following clubs are the top 10 clubs in CAF competitions.

Pos Club Titles Trophies won
1
22x20px Al-Ahly SC<center>157 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 4 CAF Cup Winners' Cups; 4 CAF Super Cups
<center>222x20px Zamalek SC<center>95 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup; 3 CAF Super Cups
<center>322x20px ES Sahel<center>81 CAF Champions League; 2 CAF Cup Winners' Cups; 2 CAF Cups; 1 CAF Confederation Cup; 2 CAF Super Cups
<center>422x20px TP Mazembe<center>74 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup; 2 CAF Super Cups
<center>522x20px JS Kabylie<center>62 African Cup of Champions Clubs; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup; 3 CAF Cups
<center>6 22x20px Raja CA Casablanca<center>53 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 1 CAF Cup; 1 CAF Super Cup
22x20px ES Tunis<center>52 African Cup of Champions Clubs; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup; 1 CAF Cup; 1 CAF Super Cup
<center>8 22x20px Canon Yaoundé<center>43 African Cup of Champions Clubs; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup
22x20px Enyimba International FC<center>42 CAF Champions Leagues; 2 CAF Super Cups

Update as of 5 February 2011 in chronological order.

Top 20 African ClubsEdit

Rankings are calculated by the IFFHS based on matches played over the last year till the date of release.[9]

CAF IFFHS Club Points
1 42 22x20px Espérance ST 166.5
2 66 22x20px Al-Hilal Club (Omdurman) 139.5
3 103 22x20px Al-Merreikh SC 118.0
4 120 22x20px Berekum Chelsea F.C. 110.0
5 129 22x20px Al Ahly SC 106.5
6 140 22x20px Sunshine Stars F.C. 105.0
7 145 22x20px Wydad Casablanca 103.0
8 156 22x20px G.D. Interclube 101.5
9 161 22x20px MAS Fez 98.5
10 171 22x20px Club Africain 96.0
11 178 22x20px Zamalek SC 95.0
12 195 22x20px Djoliba AC 91.5
13 199 22x20px Dynamos F.C. 90.5
14 228 22x20px ASO Chlef 84.0
15 256 22x20px Heartland F.C. 79.5
16 259 22x20px Coton Sport FC de Garoua 78.0
17 269 22x20px Stade Malien 77.5
18 286 22x20px Enyimba International F.C. 75.5
19 310 22x20px TP Mazembe 73.5
20 322 22x20px C.R.D. Libolo 71.5

Last updated September 30, 2012


CAF overall ranking of African ClubsEdit

Rankings are calculated by the CAF based on points gathered by African teams throughout their participation in international club tournaments organized by either the FIFA or the CAF since the establishment of the first African Cup of Champions Clubs in 1964.[10]

CAF Club Points
1 22x20px Al-Ahly SC 74.0
2 22x20px Zamalek SC 60.0
3 22x20px ES Sahel 50.0
4 22x20px ES Tunis 47.0
5 22x20px Asante Kotoko FC 44.0
6 22x20px ASEC Mimosas 42.0
7 22x20px Canon Yaoundé 36.0
8 22x20px JS Kabylie 35.0
9 22x20px Accra Hearts of Oak SC 31.0
10 22x20px Africa Sports 30.0

CAF Best Footballers of the CenturyEdit

The voting to select the best of the century refers to three categories: male player,[11] goalkeeper[12] and female player,[13] and is obtained from five different steps. The resulting best players and goalkeepers were honored during the "World Football Gala 1999". Voting process as explained by the IFFHS.

CAF Best Player of the CenturyEdit

Player Name Points
22x20px George Weah 95
22x20px Roger Milla 77
22x20px Abédi Pelé 72
22x20px Lakhdar Belloumi 56
22x20px Rabah Madjer 51
22x20px Théophile Abega 39
22x20px Laurent Pokou 38
22x20px Kalusha Bwalya 37
22x20px Ahmed Faras 35
22x20px Finidi George 32

CAF Best Goalkeeper of the CenturyEdit

Player Name Points
22x20px Joseph-Antoine Bell 39
22x20px Thomas Nkono 30
22x20px Sadok Sassi "Attouga" 26
22x20px Badou Zaki 24
22x20px Mwamba Kazadi 19
22x20px Jacques Songo'o 13
22x20px Bruce Grobbelaar 11
22x20px Ahmed Shobair 10
22x20px Alain Gouaméné 9
22x20px Peter Rufai 6

CAF Best Women's Footballer of the CenturyEdit

Player Name Points
22x20px Uche Eucharia Ngozi 21
22x20px Rita Nwadike 18
22x20px Doris Nkiru Okosieme 17
22x20px Florence Omagbemi 15
22x20px Ann Chiojirie 14
22x20px Nana Ama Gyamfuah 13
22x20px Fikhile Sitole 9
22x20px Vivian Mensah 8
22x20px Mercy Akide 7
22x20px Ann Agumanu

CAF Golden Jubilee Best Players PollEdit

In 2007 CAF published the list of top 30 African players who played in the period from 1957 to 2007, as part of the celebration of CAF's 50th anniversary, ordered according to an online poll.[14]

01. 22x20px Roger Milla
02. 22x20px Mahmoud El Khatib
03. 22x20px Hossam Hassan
04. 22x20px Samuel Eto'o
05. 22x20px Abedi Pele
06. 22x20px George Weah
07. 22x20px Didier Drogba
08. 22x20px Nwankwo Kanu
09. 22x20px Rabah Madjer
10. 22x20px Kalusha Bwalya
11. 22x20px Michael Essien
12. 22x20px Augustine Okocha
13. 22x20px Saleh Selim
14. 22x20px Hacène Lalmas
15. 22x20px Benni McCarthy
16. 22x20px El Hadji Diouf
17. 22x20px Noureddine Naybet
18. 22x20px Rashidi Yekini
19. 22x20px Hany Ramzy
20. 22x20px Hassan Shehata
21. 22x20px Lucas Radebe
22. 22x20px Tarak Dhiab
23. 22x20px Mohammed Timoumi
24. 22x20px Anthony Yeboah
25. 22x20px Salif Keita
26. 22x20px Karim Abdul Razak
27. 22x20px Samuel Kuffour
28. 22x20px Lakhdar Belloumi
29. 22x20px Rigobert Song
30. 22x20px Nasr El-Deen "Djaksa" Abbas

Top/Best 15 African ClubsEdit

Continental Football Clubs Ranking - Africa

Latest Update: After matches played 2012

Africa Club Rankings:


Rnk Team Country

1 TP Mazembe Congo DR

2 Al Ahly Egypt

3 ES Tunis Tunisia

4 Al Merreikh Sudan

5 Al Hilal Omdurman Sudan

6 Cotonsport Cameroon

7 Vita Club Congo DR

8 Kaizer Chiefs South Africa

9 Dynamos Zimbabwe

10 Etoile Sahel Tunisia

11 Orlando Pirates South Africa

12 Zamalek Egypt

13 Recreativo do Libolo Angola

14 Stade Malien Mali

15 Djoliba Mali

CAF's AnthemEdit

On September 18, 2007 the CAF launched a competition for all African composers to create its Anthem.[15] The CAF anthem is a musical composition, without lyrics, which and reflect the cultural patrimony and African music. The duration of the anthem is 74 seconds. The chosen anthem was first published to the site on January 16, 2008. The usage of the anthem and its composer are still unknown.

Announced September 18, 2007

See alsoEdit

CAF competitionsEdit

Clubs:

National:

Inter Continental:

Regional:

CAF resolutionsEdit

Awards:

Qualifications:

Related articlesEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Confederation Cup". CAF. http://www.cafonline.com/index.php?lng=1&opt=44&cmpt=19&titre=Past%20Competitions. Retrieved 2008-12-17.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Togo given Africa Nations Cup ban". BBC News. 2010-01-30. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/africa/8489127.stm. Retrieved 2010-04-30.
  3. http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/piersedwards/2010/01/caf_decision_over_togo_makes_n.html
  4. "Togo footballers shot in ambush". BBC News. 2010-01-08. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8449319.stm. Retrieved 2010-04-30.
  5. "Togo's African Cup ban is lifted". BBC Sport (British Broadcasting Corporation). 14 May 2010. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/africa/8682511.stm. Retrieved 14 May 2010.
  6. South Sudan admitted as a member of CAF, SuperSport.com, Retrieved 10 February 2012.
  7. "The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking (Men) - CAF Region". FIFA. 8 august, 2012. http://www.fifa.com/worldranking/rankingtable/index.html.
  8. "The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking (Women) - CAF Region". FIFA. 2011-12-23. http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/ranking/lastranking/gender=f/fullranking.html#confederation=23913&rank=534.
  9. "TOP 350 Club World Ranking". IFFHS. 30th September 2012. http://www.iffhs.de/?10f42e00fa2d17f73702fa3016e23c17f7370eff3702bb1c2bbb6f28f53512. Retrieved 30th September 2012.
  10. "African Club Ranking: Old-Time records from 1965 to 2007". CAF. 2008-05-08. http://www.cafonline.com/index.php?lng=1&cmpt=0&module=media&ANC=actualite&TNews=&idrub=97076&idnews=83214. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
  11. "Africa's Best Player of the Century". IFFHS. 1999-12-20. http://www.iffhs.de/?b40f8ca85bd0e027e8f05f5cfc5ffcc81314a433ccd40385fdcdc3bfcdc0aec70aeedb8a3f0e03790c443e0f4039041e. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
  12. "Africa's Best Goalkeeper of the Century". IFFHS. 1999-12-20. http://www.iffhs.de/?f8ca85bd0e027e8f05f5cfc5ffcc81308d85ff8b00388f05005fdcdc3bfcdc0aec70aeedb8a3f0e03790c443e0f40390b70e. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
  13. "Africa's Best Women's Footballer of the Century". IFFHS. 1999-12-10. http://www.iffhs.de/?42d03e32a16f43809fa3c17d73f17ff3204d23808f33717f7370eff3702bb1c2bbb6e28fc380de43110f83d00e0a. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
  14. "CAF release 30 best African players in the last 50 years". CAF. 2007-08-11. http://www.cafonline.com/caf/media-services/facts/77-caf-release-30-best-african-players-in-the-last-50-years.html. Retrieved 2010-01-15.
  15. "Competition for the CAF's anthem". CAF. 2007-09-18. http://www.cafonline.com/index.php?lng=1&module=media&idrub=94637&idnews=82041. Retrieved 208-11-13.


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ar:الاتحاد الأفريقي لكرة القدم az:Afrika Futbol Konfederasiyası ca:Confederació Africana de Futbol cs:Confederation of African Football da:Confédération Africaine de Football de:Confédération Africaine de Football et:Aafrika Jalgpallikonföderatsioon el:Αφρικανική Συνομοσπονδία Ποδοσφαίρου es:Confederación Africana de Fútbol eo:CAF eu:Afrikako Futbol Konfederazioa fa:کنفدراسیون فوتبال آفریقا fr:Confédération africaine de football gl:Confédération Africaine de Football ko:아프리카 축구 연맹 hr:CAF id:Konfederasi Sepak Bola Afrika it:Confédération Africaine de Football he:קונפדרציית הכדורגל של אפריקה rw:Ishyirahamwe ry’Umupira w’Amaguru muri Afrika lv:Āfrikas Futbola konfederācija lt:Afrikos futbolo konfederacija hu:Afrikai Labdarúgó-szövetség mt:Konfederazzjoni Afrikana tal-Futbol mr:आफ्रिकन फुटबॉल मंडळ ms:Konfederasi Bola Sepak Afrika nl:Confédération Africaine de Football ne:अफ्रिकी फुटबल संघ ja:アフリカサッカー連盟 no:CAF nn:CAF pl:Confédération Africaine de Football pt:Confederação Africana de Futebol ro:Confederația Africană de Fotbal ru:Африканская конфедерация футбола sq:Konfederata futbollistike e Afrikës simple:Confederation of African Football sk:Konfederácia afrického futbalu sl:Afriška nogometna konfederacija so:CAF sr:КАФ fi:Confédération africaine de football sv:CAF tr:Afrika Futbol Konfederasyonu uk:Конфедерація африканського футболу vi:Liên đoàn bóng đá châu Phi

zh:非洲足球協會

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