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Der Afrika-Cup ist ein vom afrikanischen Fußballverband CAF organisiertes Fußballturnier, bei dem die afrikanischen Fußballnationalverbände ihren kontinentalen Meister ermitteln. Der im jeweiligen Austragungsjahr des FIFA-Konföderationen-Pokals. Der Afrika-Cup (offiziell englisch Africa Cup of Nations und französisch Coupe d'​Afrique des Nations; im deutschen Sprachraum seltener auch. Der Afrika-Cup (englisch Africa Cup of Nations, französisch Coupe d'​Afrique des Nations ) wurde vom Juni bis zum Juli in Ägypten. Afrika-Cup Live-Ticker auf digitale-camera-microscopie.nl bietet Livescore, Resultate, Afrika-Cup Ergebnisse und Spieldetails (Torschützen, rote Karten, ). Afrika Cup - Siegerliste: hier gibt es die Liste aller Sieger.

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Afrika Cup - Siegerliste: hier gibt es die Liste aller Sieger. Der Afrika-Cup (englisch Africa Cup of Nations, französisch Coupe d'​Afrique des Nations ) wurde vom Juni bis zum Juli in Ägypten. Africa Cup. Ägypten · Algerien · Angola · Benin · Burundi · DR Kongo · Elfenbeinküste · Ghana · Guinea-Bissau · Kamerun · Kenia · Madagaskar · Mali · Marokko.

There was no qualification for this tournament, the field being made up of the four founding nations of CAF Egypt , Sudan , Ethiopia , and South Africa.

South Africa's insistence on selecting only white players for their squad due to its apartheid policy led to its disqualification, and as a consequence Ethiopia were handed a bye straight to the final.

Host and defending champions Egypt again won, after defeating Sudan. The field grew to include nine teams for the third ANC in in Addis Ababa , and for the first time there was a qualification round to determine which four teams would play for the title.

Host Ethiopia and reigning champion Egypt received automatic berths, and were joined in the final four by Nigeria and Tunisia.

Egypt made its third consecutive final appearance, but it was Ethiopia that emerged as victors, after first beating Tunisia and then downing Egypt in extra time.

In , Ghana made its first appearance as it hosted the event, and won the title after beating Sudan in the final. They repeated that as they became champions two years later in Tunisia —equalling Egypt as two-time winners—with a squad that included only two returning members from the team.

The rule persisted to The competition's final tournament format expanded to include eight of the 22 teams entered in the preliminary rounds.

The qualifying teams were distributed in two groups of four to play single round-robin tournaments , with the top two teams of each group advancing to semi-finals, a system that remained in use for the finals until The Democratic Republic of Congo won its first title, beating Ghana in the final.

Starting with the tournament, the competition has been regularly held every two years in even numbered years. Ivory Coast forward Laurent Pokou led the and tournaments in scoring, with six and eight goals respectively, and his total of 14 goals remained the all-time record until Play was covered for television for the first time during the tournament in Sudan, [5] as the hosts lifted the trophy after defeating Ghana—who were playing their fourth consecutive final.

Zaire's second title in the edition they won their first as the Democratic Republic of Congo came after facing Zambia in the final.

For the only time to date in the history of the competition, the match had to be replayed as the first contest between the two sides ended in a 2—2 draw after extra time.

The final was re-staged two days later with Zaire winning 2—0. Forward Mulamba Ndaye scored all four of Zaire's goals in these two matches: he was also the top scorer of the tournament with nine goals, setting a single-tournament record that remains unmatched.

Morocco won their first title in the ANC held in Ethiopia and Ghana took its third championship in , becoming the first nation to win three titles.

Between and , Cameroon managed to reach the final of the Africa Cup three times in a row, winning the competition twice in and and losing once on penalties against Egypt in the edition , the other dominant team during this period was Algeria , along with their solid and decent World Cup appearances, the North African nation lost in the final against hosts Nigeria in the tournament allowing the super eagles to capture their first championship.

After the edition , Algeria reached the semi finals of every edition except the cup until they eventually won the competition in Ghana's fourth continental title came in the cup tournament where they beat host Libya in the final.

The match ended in a 1—1 draw after minutes and Ghana won the penalty shootout to become champions. In , Nigeria lost once again as they made their third final appearance in four tournaments, this time falling to host Algeria.

The Cup of Nations expanded the number of final tournament participants to 12; the teams were divided into four groups of three, with the top two teams of each group advancing to quarter-finals.

Ghanaian midfielder Abedi "Pele" Ayew , who scored three goals, was named the best player of the tournament after his contributions helped Ghana reach the final; he was, however, suspended for that match and Ghana lost to Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout that saw each side make 11 attempts to determine the winner.

Ivory Coast set a record for the competition by holding each of their opponents scoreless in the six matches of the final tournament.

The team, three-group format was used again two years later, where hosts Tunisia were humiliated by their first round elimination.

Nigeria , who had just qualified to the World Cup for the first time in their history, won the tournament , beating Zambia , who a year before had been struck by disaster when most of their national squad died in a plane crash while traveling to play a World Cup qualification match.

Nigerian forward Rashidi Yekini , who had led the tournament with four goals, repeated as the top scorer with five goals.

South Africa hosted the 20th ACN competition in , marking their first ever appearance after a decades long ban was lifted with the end of apartheid in the country and a failed attempt to qualify in The number of final round participants in was expanded to the current 16, split into four groups.

However, the actual number of teams playing in the final was only 15 as Nigeria withdrew from the tournament at the final moment for political reasons.

The South Africans would reach the final again two years later in Burkina Faso , but were unable to defend their title, losing to Egypt who claimed their fourth cup.

The edition was hosted jointly by Ghana and Nigeria , who replaced the originally designated host Zimbabwe.

Following a 2—2 draw after extra time in the final, Cameroon defeated Nigeria on penalty kicks. In , Cameroon's Indomitable Lions made the second consecutive titles since Ghana had done it in the s and after Egypt had done it before in and Again via penalty kicks, the Cameroonians beat first-time finalists Senegal , who also debuted in the World Cup later that year.

Both finalists were eliminated in quarter finals two years later in Tunisia , where the hosts won their first title, beating Morocco 2—1 in the final.

The tournament was also won by the hosts, Egypt , who reached a continental-record fifth title. Ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations several European clubs called for a rethink of the tournament's schedule.

As it takes place during the European season, players who are involved miss several matches for their clubs. In January , FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced that he wanted the tournament to be held in either June or July by , to fit in the international calendar, although this would preclude many countries in central and west Africa from hosting the competition as these months occur during their wet season.

Egypt set a new record in the tournament that was hosted by Angola by winning their third consecutive title in an unprecedented achievement on the African level after defeating Ghana 1—0 in the final, retaining the gold-plated cup indefinitely and extending their record to 7 continental titles including when Egypt was known as UAR between and On 31 January , Egypt set a new African record, not being defeated for 19 consecutive Cup of Nations matches, since a 2—1 loss against Algeria in Tunisia in , [ citation needed ] and a record 9 consecutive win streak.

In May , it was announced that the tournament would be moved to odd-numbered years from in order to prevent the tournament from taking place in the same year as the World Cup.

It also meant there were two tournaments within twelve months in January [13] co-hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea and January hosted by South Africa.

In , Morocco won the bid to host the edition , and Libya won the right to host the tournament , but the Libyan civil war prompted Libya and South Africa to trade years, with South Africa hosting in and Libya hosting in In , Zambia won the final after a penalty shootout against Ivory Coast.

This drew increased media attention since the match took place in Gabon, only a few hundred meters from the crash site of the air disaster of their national team.

The tournament was won by Nigeria, beating first time finalists Burkina Faso. In —15, the West African Ebola virus epidemic disrupted the tournament.

In July , Total secured the rights to an eight-year sponsorship package to support 10 of CAF 's principal competitions. Under Ahmad Ahmad 's presidency, there were discussions regarding further changes to the Africa Cup of Nations.

In July , two changes were proposed: [21] [22]. Throughout the history of the Africa Cup of Nations, three different trophies have been awarded to the winners of the competition.

As the first winner of three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, Ghana obtained the right to permanently hold the trophy in It sat on a squared base and had stylized triangular handles.

Cameroon won the Unity Cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in In , the third trophy was revealed, a gold-plated cup designed and made in Italy.

Egypt won the gold-plated cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in Unlike previous winners who would have then taken the trophy home, Egypt were presented with a special full size replica that they were allowed to keep.

First and second time winners usually get a smaller sized replica for their trophy cabinets. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Countdown sign during the edition of the tournament in Angola.

The tournament winner was decided by a final round-robin group contested by three teams United Arab Republic, Sudan, and Ethiopia. Coincidentally, the last match of the tournament pitted the two top ranked teams against each other, with United Arab Republic's 2—1 victory over Sudan thus often being considered as the de facto final of the Africa Cup of Nations.

The tournament winner was decided by a final round-robin group contested by four teams Morocco, Guinea, Nigeria, and Egypt.

Coincidentally, one of the last two matches of the tournament pitted the two top ranked teams against each other, with Morocco's 1—1 draw with Guinea thus often being considered as the de facto final of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Likewise, the game between the lowest ranked teams, played on the same day as Morocco vs Guinea, can be considered equal to a 3rd place match, with Nigeria's 3—2 victory over Egypt ensuring that they finished third.

Nigeria were awarded a 2—0 walkover. Guinea, as the best side to not qualify, was offered Nigeria's spot in the finals, but declined due to a lack of preparation time.

Following their departure from Angola, Togo were formally disqualified from the tournament after failing to fulfil their opening Group B game against Ghana on 11 January.

Main article: Africa Cup of Nations records and statistics. In July , Total secured an eight-year sponsorship package from the Confederation of African Football CAF to support 10 of its principal competitions.

His kit bears resemblance to Egypt 's home colors, with the map of Africa visible on his shirt as well as the tournament's logo.

Umbro replaced Mitre as the official match ball supplier for the Africa Cup of Nations. The official match ball, named Neo Pro, was unveiled on 29 May Due to Morocco withdrawing from being hosts of the edition , CAF banned the national team of Morocco from entering the and Africa Cups of Nations.

Due to the withdrawal of Chad during Africa Cup of Nations qualification , they were banned from entering the Africa Cup of Nations.

With the Africa Cup of Nations expanded from 16 to 24 teams, at least six venues were expected to be used.

After being awarded the bid, initially Egypt chose eight stadiums to host the tournament. On 17 February , it was confirmed that only six stadiums would be used.

The following referees were chosen for the Africa Cup of Nations. Each team had to register a squad of 23 players Regulations Article Only the hosts received an automatic qualification spot, with the other 23 teams qualifying through a qualification tournament.

At the finals, the 24 teams were drawn into six groups of four teams each. The teams in each group played a single round robin. After the group stage, the top two teams and the four best third-placed teams advanced to the round of The winners advanced to the quarter-finals.

The winners of the quarter-finals advanced to the semi-finals. The losers of the semi-finals played in a third place play-off, while winners of the semi-finals played in the final.

Hosts Egypt were automatically assigned to position A1. The top two teams of each group, along with the best four third-placed teams, advanced to the round of Teams were ranked according to points 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss , and if tied on points, the following tiebreaking criteria were applied, in the order given, to determine the rankings Regulations Article 74 : [34].

In the knockout stage, extra time and penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary, except for the third place match where a direct penalty shoot-out , without any extra time , would be used to decide the winner if necessary Regulations Article Coach: Djamel Belmadi.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Africa Cup of Nations qualification. Failed to qualify. Withdrew or did not enter. Not part of CAF.

Main article: Africa Cup of Nations squads. Cairo International Stadium , Cairo. Attendance: 73, [39].

Referee: Sidi Alioum Cameroon. Attendance: 1, [40]. Attendance: 73, [41]. Referee: Eric Otogo-Castane Gabon. Attendance: 74, [42]. Referee: Victor Gomes South Africa.

Attendance: 74, [43]. Referee: Maguette Ndiaye Senegal. Attendance: 4, [44]. Referee: Mustapha Ghorbal Algeria. Source: CAF. Alexandria Stadium , Alexandria.

Attendance: 3, [45]. Referee: Bernard Camille Seychelles. Attendance: 5, [46]. Referee: Amin Omar Egypt. Attendance: 10, [47].

Referee: Helder Martins de Carvalho Angola. Attendance: 4, [48]. Referee: Haythem Guirat Tunisia [49]. Attendance: 9, [50]. Referee: Bakary Gassama Gambia.

Al Salam Stadium , Cairo. Attendance: 5, [51]. Referee: Noureddine El Jaafari Morocco. Attendance: 7, [52]. Referee: Sadok Selmi Tunisia.

Attendance: 8, [53]. Referee: Mahamadou Keita Mali. Attendance: 25, [54]. Referee: Janny Sikazwe Zambia. Attendance: 7, [55].

Referee: Ahmad Heeralall Mauritius. Attendance: 13, [56]. Referee: Gehad Grisha Egypt. Attendance: 8, [57]. Referee: Andofetra Rakotojaona Madagascar.

Attendance: 6, [58]. Referee: Louis Hakizimana Rwanda. Attendance: 4, [59]. Attendance: 27, [60]. Attendance: 16, [61]. Referee: Issa Sy Senegal.

Attendance: 12, [62]. Attendance: 7, [63]. Referee: Peter Waweru Kenya. Suez Stadium , Suez. Attendance: 7, [64]. Referee: Bamlak Tessema Weyesa Ethiopia.

Attendance: 6, [65]. Attendance: 16, [66]. Referee: Joshua Bondo Botswana [67]. Attendance: 10, [68]. Attendance: 7, [69].

Ismailia Stadium , Ismailia. Attendance: 8, [70]. Referee: Redouane Jiyed Morocco. Attendance: 5, [71]. Attendance: 8, [72].

Referee: Youssef Essrayri Tunisia. Attendance: 16, [73]. Attendance: 9, [74]. Referee: Pacifique Ndabihawenimana Burundi. Attendance: 14, [75].

Attendance: 6, [76]. Main article: Africa Cup of Nations knockout stage. Idrissi Boufal En-Nesyri. Attendance: 7, [77]. Attendance: 6, [78].

Attendance: 10, [79]. Referee: Joshua Bondo Botswana. Attendance: 75, [80]. Tisserand Bakambu M'Poku Bolasie. Attendance: 5, [81]. Attendance: 8, [82].

Attendance: 7, [83]. Wakaso J. Ayew Ekuban Agbenyenu Partey. Sliti Khazri Bronn Meriah Sassi. Attendance: 8, [84].

Attendance: 5, [85]. Attendance: 48, [86].

Afrika-Cup Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Guinea-a Guinea. Gelbe Karten. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. April Zaire Zaire. Sues-Stadion Kapazität: In: CoCanCameroun Bei Punktgleichheit von mehr als zwei Mannschaften wurde die Platzierung durch Compliance Englisch Kriterien ermittelt: [16]. Der Das einzige Tor fällt früh und glücklich. Teile dieses Artikels scheinen seit nicht mehr aktuell zu sein.

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Algeria (الجزائر) Road To The Africa Cup Of Nations 2019 - The Movie 1080p HD Alle Spiele, Ergebnisse und Tabellen vom 3 der Afrika-Cup-Qualifikation /20​. - kicker. Anders als die Europameisterschaft findet der „Africa-Cup of Nations“, hierzulande besser bekannt als der Afrika-Cup, nicht alle vier, sondern alle zwei Jahre. Dies ist eine Übersicht aller Titelträger des Wettbewerbs Afrika-Cup Es werden unter anderem auch die Rekordsieger und Siegtrainer angezeigt. Afrika-Cup auf Transfermarkt: ➤ Ergebnisse ➤ Auslosung ➤ Marktwerte ➤ Rekordsieger ➤ Top-Torschützen ➤ Statistiken. Africa Cup. Ägypten · Algerien · Angola · Benin · Burundi · DR Kongo · Elfenbeinküste · Ghana · Guinea-Bissau · Kamerun · Kenia · Madagaskar · Mali · Marokko.

The edition was hosted jointly by Ghana and Nigeria , who replaced the originally designated host Zimbabwe.

Following a 2—2 draw after extra time in the final, Cameroon defeated Nigeria on penalty kicks. In , Cameroon's Indomitable Lions made the second consecutive titles since Ghana had done it in the s and after Egypt had done it before in and Again via penalty kicks, the Cameroonians beat first-time finalists Senegal , who also debuted in the World Cup later that year.

Both finalists were eliminated in quarter finals two years later in Tunisia , where the hosts won their first title, beating Morocco 2—1 in the final.

The tournament was also won by the hosts, Egypt , who reached a continental-record fifth title. Ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations several European clubs called for a rethink of the tournament's schedule.

As it takes place during the European season, players who are involved miss several matches for their clubs. In January , FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced that he wanted the tournament to be held in either June or July by , to fit in the international calendar, although this would preclude many countries in central and west Africa from hosting the competition as these months occur during their wet season.

Egypt set a new record in the tournament that was hosted by Angola by winning their third consecutive title in an unprecedented achievement on the African level after defeating Ghana 1—0 in the final, retaining the gold-plated cup indefinitely and extending their record to 7 continental titles including when Egypt was known as UAR between and On 31 January , Egypt set a new African record, not being defeated for 19 consecutive Cup of Nations matches, since a 2—1 loss against Algeria in Tunisia in , [ citation needed ] and a record 9 consecutive win streak.

In May , it was announced that the tournament would be moved to odd-numbered years from in order to prevent the tournament from taking place in the same year as the World Cup.

It also meant there were two tournaments within twelve months in January [13] co-hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea and January hosted by South Africa.

In , Morocco won the bid to host the edition , and Libya won the right to host the tournament , but the Libyan civil war prompted Libya and South Africa to trade years, with South Africa hosting in and Libya hosting in In , Zambia won the final after a penalty shootout against Ivory Coast.

This drew increased media attention since the match took place in Gabon, only a few hundred meters from the crash site of the air disaster of their national team.

The tournament was won by Nigeria, beating first time finalists Burkina Faso. In —15, the West African Ebola virus epidemic disrupted the tournament.

In July , Total secured the rights to an eight-year sponsorship package to support 10 of CAF 's principal competitions.

Under Ahmad Ahmad 's presidency, there were discussions regarding further changes to the Africa Cup of Nations.

In July , two changes were proposed: [21] [22]. Throughout the history of the Africa Cup of Nations, three different trophies have been awarded to the winners of the competition.

As the first winner of three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, Ghana obtained the right to permanently hold the trophy in It sat on a squared base and had stylized triangular handles.

Cameroon won the Unity Cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in In , the third trophy was revealed, a gold-plated cup designed and made in Italy.

Egypt won the gold-plated cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in Unlike previous winners who would have then taken the trophy home, Egypt were presented with a special full size replica that they were allowed to keep.

First and second time winners usually get a smaller sized replica for their trophy cabinets. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Countdown sign during the edition of the tournament in Angola.

The tournament winner was decided by a final round-robin group contested by three teams United Arab Republic, Sudan, and Ethiopia. Coincidentally, the last match of the tournament pitted the two top ranked teams against each other, with United Arab Republic's 2—1 victory over Sudan thus often being considered as the de facto final of the Africa Cup of Nations.

The tournament winner was decided by a final round-robin group contested by four teams Morocco, Guinea, Nigeria, and Egypt. Coincidentally, one of the last two matches of the tournament pitted the two top ranked teams against each other, with Morocco's 1—1 draw with Guinea thus often being considered as the de facto final of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Likewise, the game between the lowest ranked teams, played on the same day as Morocco vs Guinea, can be considered equal to a 3rd place match, with Nigeria's 3—2 victory over Egypt ensuring that they finished third.

Nigeria were awarded a 2—0 walkover. Guinea, as the best side to not qualify, was offered Nigeria's spot in the finals, but declined due to a lack of preparation time.

Following their departure from Angola, Togo were formally disqualified from the tournament after failing to fulfil their opening Group B game against Ghana on 11 January.

Main article: Africa Cup of Nations records and statistics. Further information: National team appearances in the Africa Cup of Nations.

See also: List of Africa Cup of Nations penalty shoot-outs. BBC Sport. Retrieved 13 February Retrieved 9 March London, UK: Hermes House.

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Retrieved 21 July Nigeria Football Ffederation. Inside the Games. Retrieved 18 April Graphic Online. Retrieved 14 March Retrieved 16 March Retrieved 30 March Africa Cup of Nations.

No qualification took place in and as places were given by invitation only. In and , there was no final; the article is about the decisive match of the final group stage.

CAF competitions. A second-minute goal from Baghdad Bounedjah was enough for Algeria to seal a win against Senegal in the Africa Cup of Nations final.

Recap the action as Algeria beat Senegal to win the African Cup of Nations for the second time in their history.

Cameroon head coach Clarence Seedorf and assistant Patrick Kluivert have been sacked following their exit from the Africa Cup of Nations.

Watch the latest football videos Enjoy the essential highlights and analysis Football Africa Cup of Nations. Africa Cup of Nations postponed until The Africa Cup of Nations, which was scheduled to take place in Cameroon in January, has been postponed until Africa Cup of Nations Latest More.

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