fbpx
ENGLISH VERSION

CAF CONFED CUP: Groups now known

Le trophée de la Coupe CAF, détenu par RS Berkane
CAF CONFED CUP: Groups now known

The draw for the 18th edition of the CAF Cup took place this Monday in Cairo (Egypt). Holder of the trophy, RS Berkane, is in group B with JS Kabylie and Coton Sport.

Winner of the 2020 edition against Pyramids FC (1-0), RS Berkane naturally is in pool position to retain its title but not without tough oppositions. The Moroccan club had moreover been exempted from the stress of group qualifications. The Algerians have won in their history2 Champions league and 3 CAF Cups. The Cameroonians Coton Sport and the Zambians Napsa Stars complete this group.

In Group A, we find Enyimba FC (Nigeria), Entente Sportive de Sétif (Algeria), Orlando Pirates (South Africa) and Ahly Benghazi (Libya). The Nigerians of Enyimba FC have 2 Champions league titles (2003 and 2004) and 2 CAF super cups (2004 and 2005). And E.S Sétif also has 2 Champions league titles (1988 and 2014). Orlando Pirates, formidable in the mid 90s, has a Champions league (1995) and 1 CAF super cup (1996). Al Ahly Benghazi is isolated as the team that will be gunning for their first continental trophy in this group.

CS Sfaxien, Raja and Pyramids contenders for the title.

Group C is made up of CS Sfaxien, the most successful team in the competition with 3 trophies (2007, 2008 and 2013). The Tunisians are certainly the favorites. After its maiden participation in the group phase (2018-2019), Salitas FC (Burkina) will try to reach the quarterfinals this time. On the other hand, the Jaraaf of Dakar is discovering the competition with a lot of ambition. Finally, the last place in the group will go to the winner of the double confrontation between ES Sahel (Tunisia) and Young Buffaloes (Eswatini). The Tunisians won (2-1) the first leg.

Finally in group D, there will be two explosive duels between Raja of Casablanca and Pyramids FC, finalists of the 2019-2020 edition, the Egyptians are serious contenders for the title. While the Moroccans must absolutely redeem themselves after missing out on qualification for the Champions League. Nkana FC is the 3rd team in this group. And the 4th ticket is played between 1° Agosto and Namungo from Tanzania. The Tanzanians won the first leg match 6-2.

These matches will be held between March 10 and April 4 for the first phase. And from April 11th to April 28th for the return phase.

Composition of the Groups

A: Enyimba FC (Nigeria), E.S Sétif (Algeria), Orlando Pirates (South Africa), Ahly Benghazi (Libya)

B: RS Berkane (Morocco), JS Kabylie (Algeria), Coton Sport FC (Cameroon), Napsa Stars (Zambia)

C: Etoile Sportive du Sahel (Tunisia) or Young Buffaloes (Eswatini), CS Sfaxien (Tunisia), Salitas FC (Burkina Faso), Jaraaf (Senegal)

D: Raja Casablanca (Morocco), Pyramids FC (Egypt), Nkana FC (Zambia), 1o De Agosto (Angola) or Namungo FC (Tanzania)

SNA tells you more!

No recommendation

SNA FLASH NEWS

SNA LIVESCORE

14:00Professional Development League
Crewe U23
2 - 2
Finished
Sheffield Wed U23
14:00Super League
Forest Rangers
1 - 1
90 
Young Green Eagles
14:00Super League
Kabwe
1 - 2
88 
ZESCO
15:301. Liga Women
Plzen W
0 - 0
Awaitingupdates
FK Pardubice W
14:00Super League
Power Dynamos
1 - 0
90+ 
Red Arrows

MERCATO

IT`S MOVING ON THE NETWORKS

No items found
SPORTNEWSAFRICA,
THE REFERENCE FOR SPORT IN AFRICA
ALL SPORTS
AFRICAN SPORTSMEN AND WOMEN
AFRICAN CLUBS
MAJOR COMPETITIONS
THE NATIONAL SELECTIONS
FOLLOW US ON :
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram