1964–65 African Cup of Champions Clubs

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1964-65 African Cup of Champions Clubs
Tournament details
Dates 5 April 1964 – 7 February 1965
Teams 14
Final positions
Champions Cameroon Oryx Douala (1st title)
Runners-up Mali Stade Malien
1966

The 1964–65 African Cup of Champions Clubs was the first edition of the annual international club football competition held in the CAF region (Africa), the African Cup of Champions Clubs. It determined that year's club champion of association football in Africa.

The tournament was played by 14 teams. They were split in 4 groups, with each group winner qualifying to the final tournament held in Ghana. Oryx Douala from Cameroon won the final, and became the first CAF club champion.

Preliminary round[edit]

North, Centre and East Africa Group[edit]

West Africa A[edit]

Round one[edit]

Stade Malien won 5 – 2 on aggregate.

Round two[edit]

Aggregate 4 – 4. Replay required

Round three[edit]

Stade Malien won 9 – 7 on aggregate.

West Africa B[edit]

Central Africa[edit]

Final tournament[edit]

The final tournament was held in Ghana.

Semi-Finals[edit]

31 January 1965
Real Republicans Ghana 1 – 2 Cameroon Oryx Douala
Accra Stadium, Accra, Ghana
Attendance: 50,000

4 February 1965
Cotton Factory Club Ethiopia 1 – 3 Mali Stade Malien
Sports Stadium, Kumasi, Ghana
Attendance: 25,000

Final[edit]

7 February 1965
Oryx Douala Cameroon 2 – 1 Mali Stade Malien
Koum Goal –'–' Goal –'
Accra Stadium, Accra, Ghana
Attendance: 30,000

Champion[edit]


African Cup of Champions Clubs
1964-65 Winners
Cameroon
Oryx Douala
First Title

External links[edit]