2009 CAF Confederation Cup
Confederation of African Football Confederation Cup
30 January – 22 November 2009
(from CAF confederations)
Stade Malien (1st title)
Abdelmalek Ziaya (15 goals)
2009 CAF Confederation Cup was the 6th edition of the CAF Confederation Cup, Africa's secondary club football competition organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The competition will kick-off with the preliminary round stage on the 1st week of March 2009 and concludes with the 2nd leg of the final match on the 1st week of December 2009. The winners would play in the [1 ] 2010 CAF Super Cup.
Qualifying rounds [ edit ]
The draw for the Preliminary Round and the Second Round were made on December 4, 2008.
Preliminary round [ edit ]
1st legs played 30 January-1 February 2009 and 2nd legs played 13–15 February 2009,
except the ASFAN-USM game which was postponed to Feb. 25. [2 ]
Dispensation round [ edit ]
Although both federations had inscribed their clubs after the deadline, the two were admitted for an intermediate round but can only gain access to the 1/16 finals in case a club already qualified forfeits; as this did not happen, also winners ^ Deportivo Mongomo are eliminated.
Round of 32 [ edit ]
First Legs were played 13–15 March 2009 and second Legs played 3–5 April 2009
Round of 16 [ edit ]
1st Legs to be played 17–19 April 2009 and 2nd Legs to be played 1–3 May 2009
Intermediate round (2nd round of 16) [ edit ]
Joined by round of 16 losers of the
2009 CAF Champions League. Winners to Group Stage.
1st Legs were played 17–19 May and 2nd Legs were played 29–31 May 2009.
Group stage [ edit ]
The group stage draw was held before the second round of 16 phase - with teams allocated to groups before the winners of ties were known. Matches were played from 17 July to 20 September 2009.
Teams qualified for next phase
Group A [ edit ]
Group B [ edit ]
Stade Malien win the group over Bayelsa United on the basis of head-to-head away goals.
Knock-out stage [ edit ]
Semi finals [ edit ]
The first legs are scheduled on 2–4 October and the second legs on 16–18 October.
The first leg is scheduled on 29 November and the second leg on 5 December.
Stade Malien won 3–2 on penalties to win the CAF Confederation Cup.
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