2012 Kagame Interclub Cup

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2012 Kagame Interclub Cup
CECAFA Club Cup
Tournament details
Host countryTanzania
Dates14–28 July 2012
Teams11 (from 9 associations)
Final positions
ChampionsTanzania Young Africans (5th title)
Runners-upTanzania Azam
Third placeDemocratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club
Fourth placeRwanda A.P.R.
Tournament statistics
Matches played23
Goals scored77 (3.35 per match)
Top scorer(s)Tanzania Said Bahanunzi
(7 goals)
2011
2013

The 2012 Kagame Interclub Cup was the 37th edition of the Kagame Interclub Cup, which is organised by CECAFA. It began on 14 July and ended on 28 July 2012. Tanzania hosted the tournament for their eleventh time since it officially began in 1974, when they were also hosts. The tournament made Wau Salaam the first South Sudanese club to take part in an international club tournament.[1]

Defending champions Young Africans picked up their fifth title of the competition after beating fellow Tanzanians Azam in the final.

Broadcasting[edit]

SuperSport secured official rights to broadcast all games played in the tournament. They used their SS9 (SuperSport 9) and SS9E (SuperSport 9 East) channels.[2]

Participants[edit]

On 29 June 2012, the draw for clubs to participate in the tournament was released.[3][4][5] Young Africans, the winning team, received a cash prize of US$ 30,000, while the runners-up and third-placed teams, Azam and Vita Club respectively, received cash prizes US$ 20,000 and US$ 10,000 respectively.[6] The budget of the tournament is said to be around US$ 600,000.[7] Matches are being played at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar es Salaam and the Azam Stadium in Chamazi.[8]

The following 11 clubs took part in the competition:

Match officials[edit]

CECAFA appointed 15 officials to participate in the tournament.[9]

Referees
Assistant referees

Group stage[edit]

The group stage featured 11 teams, with 4 teams in Group A and Group C and 3 in Group B. The matchdays were 14–15, 17–18, 19, 20 and 21 July.[5][10][11][12]

If two or more teams are equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following criteria are applied to determine the rankings (in descending order):

  1. Number of points obtained in games between the teams involved;
  2. Goal difference in games between the teams involved;
  3. Goals scored in games between the teams involved;
  4. Away goals scored in games between the teams involved;
  5. Goal difference in all games;
  6. Goals scored in all games;
  7. Drawing of lots.

Nine CECAFA associations were represented in the group stage: Tanzania by three clubs and Burundi, Congo DR, Djibouti, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Uganda and Zanzibar.

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Uganda U.R.A. 3 3 0 0 8 2 +6 9
Democratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club 3 1 1 1 9 4 +5 4
Tanzania Simba 3 1 1 1 4 3 +1 4
Djibouti Port 3 0 0 3 1 13 −12 0

Vita Club Democratic Republic of the Congo7–0Djibouti Port
Rogombe Goal 21'
Etekiama Goal 24'30'74'84' (pen.)
Ngudikama Goal 34'
Makola Goal 69'
Report

Simba Tanzania0–2Uganda U.R.A.
Report Ali Goal 12'90+2'


Port Djibouti0–3Tanzania Simba
Report Juma Goal 62'73'
Sunzu Goal 65' (pen.)

Port Djibouti1–3Uganda U.R.A.
Agbor Goal 70' Report Nsumba Goal 24'
Mubiru Goal 39'
Ssentongo Goal 57'

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Tanzania Azam 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
Zanzibar Mafunzo 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
Kenya Tusker 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
Tiebreakers
  • Azam, Mafunzo and Tusker are all tied on points as shown above, but Azam and Mafunzo are ranked ahead of Tusker because of having more goals scored in the group, and Azam is ranked higher than Mafunzo because, since all of their criteria is the same, the first letter on their team name (A) is higher in the alphabet.



Azam Tanzania1–1Zanzibar Mafunzo
Bocco Goal 27' Report Hassan Goal 46'


Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Burundi Atlético Olympic 3 2 1 0 7 0 +7 7
Tanzania Young Africans 3 2 0 1 9 3 +6 6
Rwanda A.P.R. 3 1 1 1 7 2 +5 4
South Sudan Wau Salaam 3 0 0 3 1 19 −18 0




Wau Salaam South Sudan1–7Tanzania Young Africans
Ulama Goal 90+2' Report Bahanunzi Goal 12'17'
Kizza Goal 18'27'30'35'
Khalfan Goal 72'


Knockout stage[edit]

The knockout stage involved the eight teams which advanced from the group stage: the top three teams from Group A and Group C and the top two from Group B.

In this stage, teams play against each other once. The losers of the semi-finals play against each other in the third place playoff where the winners are placed third overall in the entire competition and receive US$ 10,000. The winners of the final receive US$30,000 and the runners-up US$20,000.[6]

Bracket[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
23 July
 
 
Uganda U.R.A.1
 
26 July
 
Rwanda A.P.R.2
 
Rwanda A.P.R.0
 
23 July
 
Tanzania Young Africans1
 
Zanzibar Mafunzo1 (3)
 
28 July
 
Tanzania Young Africans1 (5)
 
Tanzania Young Africans2
 
24 July
 
Tanzania Azam0
 
Burundi Atlético Olympic1
 
26 July
 
Democratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club2
 
Democratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club1
 
24 July
 
Tanzania Azam2 Third place
 
Tanzania Azam3
 
28 July
 
Tanzania Simba1
 
Rwanda A.P.R.1
 
 
Democratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club2
 

Quarter-finals[edit]

The quarter-finals were played on 23–24 July 2012.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Uganda Revenue Authority Uganda 1–2 Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise
Mafunzo Zanzibar 1–1 (3–5 p) Tanzania Young Africans
Atlético Olympic Burundi 1–2 Democratic Republic of the Congo Association Sportive Vita Club
Azam Tanzania 3–1 Tanzania Simba

In the first quarter-final, Uganda Revenue Authority, who had lost the 2008 final in to Tusker, faced Armée Patriotique Rwandaise, who had already beaten them 2–1 five years earlier to clinch the title in 2007. The latter won the match 2–1. Mafunzo, in the second quarter-final, were beaten 5–3 on penalties by Young Africans, who are seeking their fifth title in the competition, after the match ended in a 1–1 stalemate after 90 minutes.

Atlético Olympic, making their first appearance at the tournament as only the second Burundian club ever to participate, were edged out 2–1 in the third quarter-final by Vita Club, also competing for their first time. Azam completed a surprise upset in the fourth quarter-final over six-time champions and fellow Tanzanians Simba, beating them 3–1 to advance to the semi-finals.



Atlético Olympic Burundi1–2Democratic Republic of the Congo Vita Club
Kwizera Goal 47' Report Etekiama Goal 6'
Makola Goal 90'
Referee: Dennis Batte (Uganda)

Azam Tanzania3–1Tanzania Simba
Bocco Goal 17'46'73' Report 1
Report 2
Kapombe Goal 53'
Referee: Issa Kagabo (Rwanda)

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals will be played on 26 July 2012.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Association Sportive Vita Club Democratic Republic of the Congo 1–2 Tanzania Azam
Armée Patriotique Rwandaise Rwanda 0–1 Tanzania Young Africans

In the first semi-final Vita Club will be up against Azam, both of whom have performed impressively for newcomers in this year's competition, having reached the semi-finals ahead of more experienced clubs.

Armée Patriotique Rwandaise will face Young Africans for a second time in the tournament, having lost 2–0 to them in the group stage.


Third place playoff[edit]

The third place playoff was played on 28 July 2012, right before the final.

Final[edit]

The final was played on 28 July 2012, right after the third place playoff. To reach the final, in the knockout stage Azam defeated six-time champions Simba and Vita Club, while Young Africans eliminated Mafunzo and Armée Patriotique Rwandaise, whom they had already beaten in the group stage.

Azam, making their first ever appearance at the tournament, were the fifth team from Tanzania to reach the final and the fourth to reach the final with Tanzania as the hosts, the last being defending champions Young Africans in 1986. The match was also the third final in which both finalists were from Tanzania, and the second final hosted by Tanzania in which both finalists were from Tanzania.

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Young Africans
Azam
GK 1 Tanzania Ally Mustapha
RB 3 Tanzania Stephano Mwasika
CB 4 Tanzania Oscar Joshua
CB 23 Tanzania Nadir Haroub (c)
LB 5 Tanzania Kelvin Yondan
CM 24 Tanzania Athuman Idd
CM 16 Tanzania Rashid Gumbo Substituted off 74'
CM 8 Rwanda Haruna Niyonzima
SS 29 Tanzania David Luhende
CF 11 Tanzania Said Bahanunzi
CF 20 Uganda Hamis Kizza
Substitutions:
MF 13 Tanzania Juma Seif Substituted in 74'
 
Manager:
Belgium Tom Saintfiet
GK 27 Tanzania Deogratius Munishi
RB 21 Kenya Ibrahim Shikanda Substituted off 69'
CB 6 Tanzania Erasto Nyoni
CB 13 Tanzania Aggrey Morris (c)
LB 15 Tanzania Said Moradi
DM 30 Tanzania Ramadhani Chombo
CM 4 Tanzania Ibrahim Mwaipopo
CM 25 Tanzania Jabir Stima
SS 8 Tanzania Salum Salum
CF 10 Ivory Coast Kipre Tchetche Substituted off 67'
CF 19 Tanzania John Bocco
Substitutions:
FW 16 Tanzania Mrisho Ngassa Substituted in 67'
DF 11 Tanzania Samir Nuhu Substituted in 69'
Manager:
England Stewart Hall

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

Top scorers[edit]

A total of 77 goals was scored by 46 different players in the entire tournament.

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Tanzania Said Bahanunzi Tanzania Young Africans 7
2 Rwanda Tady Etekiama Democratic Republic of the Congo Association Sportive Vita Club 6
Uganda Hamis Kizza Tanzania Young Africans
4 Tanzania John Bocco Tanzania Azam 5
5 Rwanda Jean-Baptiste Mugiraneza Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 3
Uganda Robert Ssentongo Uganda Uganda Revenue Authority
7 Burundi Selemani Ndikumana Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 2
Haiti Leonel Saint-Preux
Democratic Republic of the Congo Basilua Makola Democratic Republic of the Congo Association Sportive Vita Club
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kazadi Mutombo
Tanzania Abdalla Juma Tanzania Simba
Uganda Feni Ali Uganda Uganda Revenue Authority
13 Rwanda Jean-Claude Iranzi Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 1
Rwanda Olivier Karekezi
Rwanda Barnabe Mubumbyi
Cameroon Ayuk Roland Agbor Djibouti Association Sportive du Port
Democratic Republic of the Congo Magola Mapanda Democratic Republic of the Congo Association Sportive Vita Club
Cameroon Alfred Mfongang
Democratic Republic of the Congo Emmanuel Ngudikama
Gabon Romaric Rogombé
Burundi Hussein Ciza Burundi Atlético Olympic
Burundi Divin Gateretse
Burundi Didier Kavumbagu
Burundi Pierre Kwizera
Burundi Kevin Ndayisenga
Burundi Olivier Ndikumana
Burundi Emery Nimubona
Burundi Frederick Nsabiyumwa
Tanzania Mrisho Ngassa Tanzania Azam
Zanzibar Mohamed Abdulrahim Zanzibar Mafunzo
Zanzibar Ali Juma Hassan
Zanzibar Juma Jaku
Zanzibar Ally Othman Mbanga
Zanzibar Salum Said Shebe
Tanzania Shomari Kapombe Tanzania Simba
Tanzania Haruna Moshi
Zambia Felix Sunzu
Uganda Sula Bagala Uganda Uganda Revenue Authority
Uganda Samuel Mubiru
Uganda Augustine Nsumba
Uganda Erias Ssekisambu
South Sudan Khamis Deshama Ulama South Sudan Wau Salaam
Tanzania Nadir Haroub Tanzania Young Africans
Tanzania Athuman Idd
Tanzania Nizar Khalfan
Rwanda Haruna Niyonzima

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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