African Women's Handball Super Cup

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African Women's Handball Super Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
2019 African Handball Super Cup
CountriesAfrica
ConfederationCAHB members
Founded1994
Current championsAngola Primeiro de Agosto (2019)
Most championshipsAngola Petro Atlético (18 titles)

The African Women's Handball Super Cup or Super Cup Babacar Fall is an annual international club handball competition run by the African Handball Confederation. It's between the winners of the Champions League and the Cup Winners' Cup.

The competition has been renamed so as to honour CAHB first chairman, the Senegalese Babacar Fall.

Finals[edit]

Year Host Final
Champion Score Runner-up
1994
Details
Senegal
Dakar
w/o
1995
Details
Republic of the Congo
Brazzaville
Republic of the Congo
Étoile du Congo
Angola
Petro Atlético
1996
Details
Algeria
Algiers
Angola
Petro Atlético
1997
Details
Nigeria
Kano
Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
Angola
Petro Atlético
1998
Details
Niger
Niamey
Angola
Petro Atlético
35 – 30 Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
1999
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Petro Atlético
27 – 21 Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
2000
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Petro Atlético
2001
Details
Nigeria
Benin City
Angola
Petro Atlético
28 – 24 Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
2002
Details
Gabon
Libreville
Angola
Petro Atlético
Walkover Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
2003
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Petro Atlético
30 – 27 Ivory Coast
Rombo Sport
2005
Details [1]
Angola Ivory Coast
Luanda / Abidjan
Angola
Petro Atlético
(28 – 24) (26 – 28) Ivory Coast
Rombo Sport
2006
Details [2]
Ivory Coast Angola
Abidjan / Luanda
Angola
Petro Atlético
(25 – 26) (28 – 22) Ivory Coast
Rombo Sport
2007
Details [3]
Angola Ivory Coast
Luanda / Abidjan
Angola
Petro Atlético
(38 – 28) (22 – 26) Ivory Coast
Rombo Sport
2008
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Petro Atlético
2009
Details [4]
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Petro Atlético
33 – 26 Cameroon
Tonerre Yaoundé
2010
Details [5]
Burkina Faso
Ouagadougou
Angola
Petro Atlético
27 – 18 Algeria
GS Pétroliers
2011
Details [6]
Cameroon
Yaoundé
Angola
Petro Atlético
33 – 25 Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
2012
Details
Tunisia
Tunis
Angola
Petro Atlético
25 – 14 Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
2013
Details [7]
Tunisia
Hammamet
Angola
Petro Atlético
30 – 16 Tunisia
ES Rejiche
2014
Details [8]
Republic of the Congo
Oyo
Angola
Petro Atlético
33 – 26 Republic of the Congo
Inter Club
2015
Details [9]
Gabon
Libreville
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
32 – 28 Angola
Petro Atlético
2016
Details
Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
Laayoune
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
33 – 14 Ivory Coast
Africa Sports
2017
Details
Morocco
Agadir
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
26 – 17 Republic of the Congo
CARA Brazzaville
2018
Details
Egypt
Cairo
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
26 – 23 Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
2019
Details
Morocco
Oudja
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
19 – 13 Angola
Petro Atlético

Winners by Club[edit]

As of April 2019

# Clubs Winners Runners-up Total Finals
1 Angola Petro Atlético 17 3 20
2 Angola Primeiro de Agosto 5 0 5
3 Ivory Coast Africa Sports 1 4 5
4 Republic of the Congo Étoile du Congo 1 0 1
5 Ivory Coast Rombo Sport 0 4 4
6 Cameroon FAP Yaoundé 0 3 3
7 Republic of the Congo CARA Brazzaville 0 1 1
Republic of the Congo Inter Club 0 1 1
Tunisia ES Rejiche 0 1 1
Algeria GS Pétroliers 0 1 1
Cameroon TKC Yaoundé 0 1 1
  • Rq:
GS Pétroliers (ex. MC Alger HB)

Winners by Country[edit]

As of April 2019

# Nation Winners Runners-up Total Finals
1  Angola 22 4 26
2  Ivory Coast 1 8 9
3 Republic of the Congo Congo 1 2 3
4  Cameroon 0 4 4
5  Tunisia 0 1 1
6  Algeria 0 1 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Handball: Petro Wins Babacar Fall Super Cup". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 27 Jun 2005. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Handball: Petro de Luanda Win Babacar Fall Cup 2006". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 14 Aug 2006. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Handball: Petro de Luanda Back Home with 10th Babacar Fall Title". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 5 Jun 2007. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  4. ^ "Petro win Babacar Fall Supercup 2009". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 6 May 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  5. ^ "Petro de Luanda ladies win Babacar Fall Cup in handball". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 8 Apr 2010. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  6. ^ "Petro de Luanda win Babacar Fall Super Cup". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 12 Apr 2011. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  7. ^ "Super coupe Babacar Fall 2012". cahbonline. CAHB official website. Archived from the original on 29 April 2012. Retrieved 30 October 2016.
  8. ^ "Petro de Luanda win 12th Babacar Fall Super Cup". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 20 May 2014. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  9. ^ "Handball: 1º de Agosto win first Babacar Fall Super Cup". ANGOP. Angolan news agency. 15 May 2015. Retrieved 15 May 2015.

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