|Number of teams||8|
|Current champions||Burkina Faso|
|2013 UEMOA Tournament|
The UEMOA Tournament is a football (soccer) tournament held between nations who are a member of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA). The tournament was first played in 2007. It is also called Coupe de l'intégration ouest africaine.
The teams are made up of players in national leagues of the organisation's member countries, in an effort to promote local talents.
The participating nations are:
The 2014 edition was cancelled because of an ebola outbreak. The next edition then was only played in 2016.
|Burkina Faso||Ivory Coast||2-0||Niger|
|Mali||Ivory Coast||1-1 (6-5p)||Mali|
|Ivory Coast||Burkina Faso||0-0 (9-8p)||Benin|
|2014||Togo||Cancelled due to the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa.|
- "Le Tournoi de l'Uemoa 2014 au Togo annulé à cause d'Ebola" (in French). afriquefoot.rfi.fr. 18 November 2014.