The 2018 African Nations Championship, known as the Total African Nations Championship will be the 5th edition of the African Nations Championship. It is scheduled to take place between 12 January and 4 February 2018.
Aiteo CAF Awards are scheduled for tomorrow 4 January 2018 in Accra, Ghana. The top three (3) for all the categories of the Aiteo CAF Awards 2017 was unveiled on Monday, 18 December 2017 in Accra, Ghana. This event is Africa’s biggest football gathering of the new year.
The Confederation of African Football’s Preliminary Competition offers five berths at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
This month, we will finally know the remaining three African countries to join Nigeria and Egypt at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The Orlando Magic have finally agreed to trade their recently acquired power forward Serge Ibaka to the Toronto Raptors, for Terrence Ross and the 2017 first-round pick. Ibaka has been playing for the Magic since the off season after leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder on a trade with Victor Olapido and Domantas Sabonis.
“Les Lions Indomptables” of Cameroon has won the 2017 Africa Cup of Nation in Gabon (AFCON 2017) by defeating Egypt 2 – 1. The 31st edition of the CAN 2017 final took place at the Stade de l’amitié with an estimated crowd of 38,000. Cameroon is now a five time winner of this great African event.
If you’re a fan of African Football, you’re in for a treat. The 2017 African Cup of Nation Quarterfinals are set to take place over this weekend, promising some interesting actions between the qualified teams. The 31st edition of the Africa Cup of Nations quarter finals will be played without the host country Gabon, as they were eliminated in the group stage after failing to win any of their three games.
After 120 minutes of tactical actions, It took 22 players (both teams) to go through penalty shootout in order to come up with the decision; and Ivory Coast has been crowned Champions of Africa, defeating Ghana.
It may be Super Bowl Week-end in the United States, but there is something much bigger taking place this week-end within all African Communities all across the Globe. Yes, bigger than Super Bowl; it’s the 2015 African Cup of Nations Quarter Finals. And today, we are set for a treat: it’s the Clash of Congos.