2011 CAF Confederation Cup qualifying rounds

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This page provides the summaries of the matches of the qualifying rounds for the group stage of the 2011 CAF Confederation Cup.

The schedule for the tournament was released in October 2010,[1] and the draw for the first three rounds was held in Cairo on 20 December 2010.[2] The draw for the play-off round (together with the draw for the group stage) was held in Cairo on 15 May 2010.[3]

Qualification ties were decided over two legs, with aggregate goals used to determine the winner. If the sides were level on aggregate after the second leg, the away goals rule applied, and if still level, the tie proceeded directly to a penalty shootout (no extra time is played).[4]

Preliminary round[edit]

This was a knock-out stage of the 40 teams that did not receive byes to the first round.

First legs: 28–30 January 2011; Second legs: 11–13 and 25–27 February 2011.[5]


ASC Tevragh-Zeïna won 1–0 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


29 January 2011
15:00 UTC+01:00
Missile Gabon 4 – 0 Burundi AS Inter Star
Azubike Goal 27'
Poathy Goal 35'
Kiende Goal 43'
Claude Mvé Mintsa Goal 90+2'
Report

Missile won 4–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


AC Léopards won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


Touré Kunda Footpro won 4–3 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


28 January 2011
17:00 UTC+01:00
CA Batna Algeria 2 – 2 Libya Al-Nasr
Amine Fezzani Goal 46'58' Report Khaled Hussein Goal 38'
Charaf Eddine Attia Goal 56'
Seffouhi Stadium, Batna
Referee: Jiyed Redouane (Morocco)

4–4 on aggregate; Al-Nasr won on penalties and advanced to the first round.


0–0 on aggregate; Sahel SC won on penalties and advanced to the first round.


Maghreb de Fès won 5–2 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


Ashanti Gold won 2–0 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


30 January 2011
15:30 UTC+01:00
Foullah Edifice Chad 2 – 0 Equatorial Guinea CD Elá Nguema
Abdelaziz Goal 39'
Saker Goal 90+'
Report

Foullah Edifice won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


30 January 2011
15:30 UTC+01:00
ASA Angola 0 – 0 Kenya Sofapaka

13 February 2011
16:00 UTC+03:00
Sofapaka Kenya 0 – 0 Angola ASA
Report
  Penalties  
5 – 4

0–0 on aggregate; Sofapaka won on penalties and advanced to the first round.


Nchanga Rangers advanced to the first round after Highlanders withdrew following the first leg.


13 February 2011
15:00 UTC+02:00
CD Maxaquene Mozambique 1 – 1 Madagascar AS Adema
Gabito Goal 84' Report Zoeliniaina Goal 8'

1–1 on aggregate; AS Adema won on the away goals rule and advanced to the first round.


Wits won 4–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


3–3 on aggregate; Difaa El Jadida won on the away goals rule and advanced to the first round.


USFA won 4–3 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


27 February 2011
15:30 UTC±00:00
Africa Sports Ivory Coast 1 – 1 Guinea FC Séquence
Goue Blagnon Goal 75' Report Aboubacar Camara Goal 78'

Africa Sports won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


Tiko United won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


Motema Pembe won 6–0 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.


2–2 on aggregate; Victors won on penalties and advanced to the first round.


29 January 2011
15:30 UTC+03:00
Young Africans Tanzania 4 – 4 Ethiopia Dedebit
 ? Goal 1H'
 ? Goal 1H'
 ? Goal 2H'
 ? Goal 2H'
Report Getaneh Kebede Goal 1H'
Berhanu Bogale Goal 1H'
Dawit Fekadu Goal 1H'
Tadele Mengesha Goal 60'

Dedebit won 6–4 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.

First round[edit]

This was a knock-out stage of 32 teams; the 20 teams advancing from the preliminary round, and 12 teams that received byes to this round.

First legs: 18–20 March 2011; Second legs: 1–3 April 2011.


JS Kabylie won 3–1 on aggregate and advances to the second round.


Missile won 3–2 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


1º de Agosto won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


FUS Rabat won 3–2 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Al-Khartoum advanced to the second round after Al-Nasr withdrew. Tie was scheduled to be played over one leg due to the political situation in Libya,[7] but match did not take place.


Maghreb de Fès won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Etoile Sahel won 4–2 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Kaduna United won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Sofapaka won 4–2 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Saint Eloi Lupopo won 3–0 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Note: First leg originally played on 20 March 2011 (kick-off 15:00 UTC+02:00), but abandoned after half-time with score 0–0 due to torrential rain, and replayed the next day.[8]

3 April 2011
16:00 UTC+03:00
AS Adema Madagascar 2 – 0 South Africa Wits
Jean Ba Goal 70'
Tita Goal 87'
Report

AS Adema won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Difaa El Jadida won 3–2 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


USFA advanced to the second round after Africa Sports withdrew.[9] Tie was scheduled to be played over one leg (at Accra, Ghana on 3 April 2011)[10] due to the political situation in Côte d'Ivoire.[7] but match did not take place.


Sunshine Stars won 3–0 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Motema Pembe won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.


Haras El Hodood won 5–1 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.

Second round[edit]

This was a knock-out stage of the 16 teams that advanced from the first round; winners advanced to the play-off round, where they were joined by the eight losers from the CAF Champions League second round.

First legs: 22–24 April 2011; Second legs 6–8 May 2011.


3–3 on aggregate; JS Kabylie won on penalties and advanced to the play-off round.


1º de Agosto won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the play-off round.


Maghreb de Fès won 5–3 on aggregate and advanced to the play-off round.


Kaduna United advanced to the play-off round after being awarded the tie by CAF, as Etoile Sahel refused to travel to Nigeria for the first leg due to security concerns arising from rioting in the country following the 2011 Nigerian presidential election.[11] First leg was scheduled to be played on 23 April 2011 in Abeokuta (moved from Kaduna by Kaduna United due to the rioting), but Etoile Sahel did not travel and asked the CAF for a postponement.[12]


2–2 on aggregate; Sofapaka won on the away goals rule and advanced to the play-off round.


Difaa El Jadida won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the play-off round.


Sunshine Stars won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the play-off round.


3–3 on aggregate; Motema Pembe won on penalties and advanced to the play-off round.

Play-off round[edit]

This was a knock-out stage of 16 teams: the eight teams that advanced from the second round, and the eight teams that were eliminated in the CAF Champions League second round.[4] In each tie, a winner from the Confederation Cup second round would play against a loser from the Champions League second round, with the Confederation Cup winner hosting the second leg at home. Moreover, the top-seeded Confederation Cup winner and the top-seeded Champions League loser would not be drawn against each other.[13] Winners advanced to the group stage.

First legs: 27–29 May 2011; Second legs: 10–12 June 2011.


Kaduna United won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


JS Kabylie won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


Club Africain won 4–3 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


Sunshine Stars advanced to the group stage. Tie played over one leg due to the political situation in Libya.[14]


Maghreb de Fès won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


Motema Pembe won 2–1 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


ASEC Mimosas won 5–1 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.


Inter Luanda won 5–2 on aggregate and advanced to the group stage.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Proposed Dates for Interclubes Competitions 2011
  2. ^ Fixtures for preliminary round, first qualifying round, and second qualifying round
  3. ^ Draw of the 2nd 1/8th final; Draw of the Group Matches
  4. ^ a b Regulations of the CAF Confederation Cup
  5. ^ CL and CC: matches postponed
  6. ^ Zambia: Rangers Secure Chiefs and Pirates Friendlies
  7. ^ a b CAF Interclubs matches venues and dates reviewed
  8. ^ Wits v Adema Match Called Off
  9. ^ USFA # Africa Sport : Le forfait des Ivoiriens consommé
  10. ^ Coupe de la Confédération/CAF : L’Usfa jouera contre l'Africa sport d'Abidjan à Accra
  11. ^ Etoile du Sahel out of Confed Cup
  12. ^ Presidential Election Crisis Fall-Out: Etoile Pulls Out Of CAF Cup Against Kaduna Utd FC (Nigerian Tribune)
  13. ^ Orange CAF Confederation Cup draw procedures
  14. ^ Coupe de la Confédération: Rattrapage pour les radiés de la Ligue des champions

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