African Cup Winners' Cup

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African Cup Winners' Cup
Founded 1975
Abolished 2004
Region Africa (CAF)
Most successful club(s) Egypt Al Ahly (4 titles)
Website cafonline.com

The African Cup Winners' Cup was a football competition that started in 1975 and merged with the CAF Cup in 2004 to form the CAF Confederations Cup. It was a competition between the winning clubs of national competitions in CAF-affiliated nations and was modelled before ACUC's ACUC Club Winners' Cup, which is the future in Africa.

Finals[edit]

Year Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
1975
Details
Ivory Coast Stella Club d'Adjamé 0 – 1 Cameroon Tonnerre Yaoundé
Cameroon Tonnerre Yaoundé 4 – 1 Ivory Coast Stella Club d'Adjamé Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Tonnerre Yaoundé won 5 – 1 on aggregate
1976
Details
Nigeria Shooting Stars FC 4 – 1 Cameroon Tonnerre Yaoundé
Cameroon Tonnerre Yaoundé 1 – 0 Nigeria Shooting Stars FC Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Shooting Stars FC won 4 – 2 on aggregate
1977
Details
Nigeria Enugu Rangers 4 – 1 Cameroon Canon Yaoundé
Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 1 – 1 Nigeria Enugu Rangers Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Enugu Rangers won 5 – 2 on aggregate
1978
Details
Algeria MA Hussein Dey 1 – 3 Guinea Horoya AC Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers
Guinea Horoya AC 2 – 1 Algeria MA Hussein Dey Stade du 28 Septembre, Conakry
Horoya AC won 5 – 2 on aggregate
1979
Details
Kenya Gor Mahia FC 0 – 2 Cameroon Canon Yaoundé Jogoo Road Stadium, Nairobi
Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 6 – 0 Kenya Gor Mahia FC Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Canon Yaoundé won 8 – 0 on aggregate
1980
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Ivory Coast Africa Sports National 1 – 3 Zaire TP Mazembe Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan
Zaire TP Mazembe 1 – 0 Ivory Coast Africa Sports National Stade de la Kenya, Lubumbashi
TP Mazembe won 4 – 1 on aggregate
1981
Details
Cameroon Union Douala 0 – 0 Nigeria Stationery Stores FC Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Nigeria Stationery Stores FC 1 – 2 Cameroon Union Douala Surulere Stadium, Lagos
Union Douala won 2 – 1 on aggregate
1982
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Zambia Power Dynamos FC 0 – 2 Egypt Arab Contractors SC Arthur Davies Stadium, Kitwe
Egypt Arab Contractors SC 2 – 0 Zambia Power Dynamos FC Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Arab Contractors SC won 4 – 0 on aggregate
1983
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Togo OC Agaza 0 – 1 Egypt Arab Contractors SC Stade Agoè-Nyivé, Lomé
Egypt Arab Contractors SC 0 – 0 Togo OC Agaza Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Arab Contractors SC won 1 – 0 on aggregate
1984
Details
Egypt Al Ahly 1 – 0 Cameroon Canon Yaoundé Cairo International Stadium, Cairo 100,000
Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 1 – 0
(2 - 4 Pen)
Egypt Al Ahly Stade Omnisport, Yaoundé
Al Ahly won 4 – 2 on penalties (1 – 1 on aggregate)
1985
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Egypt Al Ahly 2 – 0 Nigeria Leventis United Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Nigeria Leventis United 0 – 1 Egypt Al Ahly Liberty Stadium, Ibadan
Al Ahly won 3 – 0 on aggregate
1986
Details
Egypt Al Ahly 3 – 0 Gabon AS Sogara Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Gabon AS Sogara 2 – 0 Egypt Al Ahly Stade Pierre Claver Divounguy, Port-Gentil
Al Ahly won 3 – 2 on aggregate
1987
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Tunisia ES Tunis 2 – 2 Kenya Gor Mahia FC Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Kenya Gor Mahia FC 1 – 1 Tunisia ES Tunis Moi International Sports Center,Kasarani, Nairobi
Gor Mahia FC finish 3 – 3 on aggregate but won by the away goal
1988
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Nigeria Ranchers Bees FC 0 – 0 Tunisia CA Bizerte Ranchers Bees Stadium, Kaduna
Tunisia CA Bizerte 1 – 0 Nigeria Ranchers Bees FC Stade 15 Octobre, Bizerte
CA Bizerte won 1 – 0 on aggregate
1989
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Sudan Al-Merrikh SC 1 – 0 Nigeria Bendel United Al-Merrikh Stadium, Omdurman
Nigeria Bendel United 0 – 0 Sudan Al-Merrikh SC Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Uromi
Al-Merrikh SC won 1 – 0 on aggregate
1990
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Nigeria BCC Lions 3 – 0 Tunisia Club Africain Surulere Stadium, Lagos
Tunisia Club Africain 1 – 1 Nigeria BCC Lions Stade El Menzah, Tunis
BCC Lions won 4 – 1 on aggregate
1991
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Nigeria BCC Lions 3 – 2 Zambia Power Dynamos FC Surulere Stadium, Lagos
Zambia Power Dynamos FC 3 – 1 Nigeria BCC Lions Independence Stadium, Lusaka
Power Dynamos FC won 5 – 4 on aggregate
1992
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Burundi Vital'O FC 1 – 1 Ivory Coast Africa Sports National Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium, Bujumbura
Ivory Coast Africa Sports National 4 – 0 Burundi Vital'O FC Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan
Africa Sports National won 5 – 1 on aggregate
1993
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Ivory Coast Africa Sports National 1 – 1 Egypt Al Ahly Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan
Egypt Al Ahly 1 – 0 Ivory Coast Africa Sports National Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Al Ahly won 2 – 1 on aggregate
1994
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Zaire DC Motema Pembe 2 – 2 Kenya Kenya Breweries FC Stade des Martyrs, Kinshasa
Kenya Kenya Breweries FC 0 – 3 Zaire DC Motema Pembe Moi International Sports Centre, Nairobi
DC Motema Pembe won 5 – 2 on aggregate
1995
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Nigeria Julius Berger FC 1 – 1 Algeria JS Kabylie Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan
Algeria JS Kabylie 2 – 1 Nigeria Julius Berger FC Stade 5 Juillet, Algiers 45,000
JS Kabylie won 3 – 2 on aggregate
1996
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Zaire AC Sodigraf 0 – 0 Egypt Arab Contractors SC Stade des Martyrs, Kinshasa 10,000
Egypt Arab Contractors SC 4 – 0 Zaire AC Sodigraf Cairo International Stadium, Cairo 40,000
Arab Contractors SC won 4 – 0 on aggregate
1997
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Tunisia ÉS Sahel 2 – 0 Morocco FAR Rabat Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Morocco FAR Rabat 1 – 0 Tunisia ÉS Sahel Stade Moulay Abdellah, Rabat 45,000
ÉS Sahel won 2 – 1 on aggregate
1998
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Tunisia ES Tunis 3 – 1 Angola CD Primeiro de Agosto Stade El Menzah, Tunis 35,000
Angola CD Primeiro de Agosto 1 – 1 Tunisia ES Tunis Estádio da Cidadela, Luanda
ES Tunis won 4 – 1 on aggregate
1999
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Ivory Coast Africa Sports National 1 – 0 Tunisia Club Africain Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan
Tunisia Club Africain 1 – 1 Ivory Coast Africa Sports National Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Africa Sports National won 2 – 1 on aggregate
2000
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Egypt Zamalek SC 4 – 1 Cameroon Canon Yaoundé Cairo International Stadium, Cairo 50,000
Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 2 – 0 Egypt Zamalek SC Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé 60,000
Zamalek SC won 4 – 3 on aggregate
2001
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Angola GD Interclube 1 – 1 South Africa Kaizer Chiefs FC Estádio dos Coqueiros, Luanda
South Africa Kaizer Chiefs FC 1 – 0 Angola GD Interclube FNB Stadium, Johannesburg
Kaizer Chiefs FC won 2 – 1 on aggregate
2002
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Morocco Wydad AC Casablanca 1 – 0 Ghana Asante Kotoko Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca 80,000
Ghana Asante Kotoko 2 – 1 Morocco Wydad AC Casablanca Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi
Wydad AC Casablanca finish 2 – 2 on aggregate but won by the away goal
2003
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Nigeria Julius Berger FC 2 – 0 Tunisia ÉS Sahel MKO Abiola Stadium, Abeokuta
Tunisia ÉS Sahel 3 – 0 Nigeria Julius Berger FC Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
ÉS Sahel won 3 – 2 on aggregate

Statistics[edit]

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Egypt Al-Ahly 4 0 1984, 1985, 1986, 1993
Egypt Arab Contractors SC 3 0 1982, 1983, 1996
Ivory Coast Africa Sports National 2 2 1992, 1999 1980, 1993
Tunisia ÉS Sahel 2 0 1997, 2003
Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 1 3 1979 1977, 1984, 2000
Cameroon Tonnerre Yaoundé 1 1 1975 1976
Kenya Gor Mahia FC 1 1 1987 1979
Nigeria BCC Lions 1 1 1990 1991
Tunisia ES Tunis 1 1 1998 1987
Zambia Power Dynamos FC 1 1 1991 1982
Algeria JS Kabylie 1 0 1995
Cameroon Union Douala 1 0 1981
Democratic Republic of the Congo DC Motema Pembe 1 0 1994
Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe 1 0 1980
Egypt Zamalek SC 1 0 2000
Guinea Horoya AC 1 0 1978
Morocco Wydad AC Casablanca 1 0 2002
Nigeria Enugu Rangers 1 0 1977
Nigeria Shooting Stars FC 1 0 1976
South Africa Kaizer Chiefs FC 1 0 2001
Sudan Al-Merrikh SC 1 0 1989
Tunisia CA Bizerte 1 0 1988

Performance by country[edit]

Country Winners Runners-up
Egypt Egypt 8 0
Tunisia Tunisia 4 3
Nigeria Nigeria 3 7
Cameroon Cameroon 3 4
Ivory Coast Ivory Coast 2 3
Democratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo 2 1
Kenya Kenya 1 2
Algeria Algeria 1 1
Morocco Morocco 1 1
Zambia Zambia 1 1
Guinea Guinea 1 0
South Africa South Africa 1 0
Sudan Sudan 1 0
Angola Angola 0 2
Burundi Burundi 0 1
Gabon Gabon 0 1
Ghana Ghana 0 1
Togo Togo 0 1

ACUC's ACUC Club Winners' Cup, which is the future in Africa.

Performances[edit]

Corinthians and Barcelona hold the record for most victories, winning the competition twice each. Africa's best representatives, to date, is Congolese club Mazembe and Moroccan club Raja Casablanca; they remain the only non-European and non-South American sides to play in a Club World Cup final. Mexican clubs Necaxa and Monterrey, as well as Costa Rica's Saprissa, have each earned third place, North America's best results. The bronze medals by Japanese clubs Urawa Red Diamonds, Gamba Osaka, South Korean club Pohang Steelers and Qatari side Al Sadd remains as Asia's best results in the tournament. No Oceanian club has ever reached the semi-finals. Corinthians' inaugural victory remains as the best result from a host nation's national league champions. Teams from Brazil have won the tournament four times, the most for any one nation.[1]

Key to the table
dagger Match was won during extra time double-dagger Match was won on a penalty shoot-out
Season Host Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Ref
2010  United Arab Emirates Italy Internazionale 3–0 Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe Brazil Internacional 4–2 South Korea Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma [2]
[3]
2011  Japan Spain Barcelona 4–0 Brazil Santos Qatar Al Sadd 0–0double-dagger
[n 1]
Japan Kashiwa Reysol [5]
[6]
2012  Japan Brazil Corinthians 1–0 England Chelsea Mexico Monterrey 2–0 Egypt Al Ahly [7]
[8]
2013  Morocco Germany Bayern Munich 2–0 Morocco Raja Casablanca Brazil Atlético Mineiro 3–2 China Guangzhou Evergrande [9]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ No extra time was played in the third-place match. Al Sadd won 5–3 on penalties.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (10 January 2013). "FIFA Club World Championship". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2010". Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  3. ^ de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (17 July 2012). "FIFA Club World Championship 2010". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  4. ^ "Al-Sadd take third on penalties". Fédération Internationale de Football Association. 18 December 2011. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  5. ^ "FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011". Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  6. ^ de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (17 July 2012). "FIFA Club World Championship 2011". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  7. ^ "FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2012". Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  8. ^ de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (10 January 2013). "FIFA Club World Championship 2012". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  9. ^ de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (21 December 2013). "FIFA Club World Championship 2013". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 

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