Total U-20 AFCON: History of the competition

Total U-20 AFCON: History of the competition
23 February 2017 11:34

Winners (since introduction of final tournament in 1991)

1991  Egypt     

1993  Ghana

1995  Cameroon

1997  Morocco

1999  Ghana

2001  Angola

2003  Egypt
2005  Nigeria
2007  Congo
2009  Ghana
2011  Nigeria
2013  Egypt
2015  Nigeria

 

Finals

1991  Egypt          -  Côte d’Ivoire     2-1
1993  Ghana         -  Cameroon         2-0

1995  Cameroon    -  Burundi            4-0

1997  Morocco      -  South Africa      1-0

1999  Ghana         -  Nigeria              1-0

2001  Angola        -  Ghana              2-0

2003  Egypt          -  Côte d’Ivoire     4-3 (after extra time)
2005  Nigeria        -  Egypt               2-0
2007  Congo         -  Nigeria              1-0
2009  Ghana         -  Cameroon         2-0
2011  Nigeria        -  Cameroon         3-2
2013  Egypt          -  Ghana              1-1 (4-2pen)
2015  Nigeria        -  Senegal            1-0
       

Number of victories

7 – Nigeria
3 – Egypt, Ghana
1 – Algeria, Cameroon, Congo, Morocco

 

Number of final appearances

9 – Nigeria
5 – Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana

3 – Côte d’Ivoire

1 –Algeria, Angola, Burundi, Congo, Guinea, Mali, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa, Togo, Tunisia

 

Rankings for the 13 previous editions

 

Year

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

1991

Egypt

Cote d’Ivoire

Ghana

Zambia

Cameroon

Ethiopia

1993

Ghana

Cameroon

Egypt

Ethiopia

Nigeria

Morocco

Maurice

Senegal

1995

Cameroon

Burundi

Nigeria

Mali

Maurice

Senegal

Zambia

Guinea

1997

Morocco

South Africa

Cote d’Ivoire

Ghana

Egypt

Zambia

Mali

Sudan

1999

Ghana

Nigeria

Cameroon

Zambia

Mali

Guinea

Malawi

Angola

2001

Angola

Ghana

Egypt

Ethiopia

Cameroon

Mali

South Africa

Nigeria

2003

Egypt

Cote d’Ivoire

Burkina Faso

Mali

Gabon

Ghana

South Africa

Morocco

2005

Nigeria

Egypt

Benin

Morocco

Cote d’Ivoire

Lesotho

Mali

Angola

2007

Congo

Nigeria

Gambia

Zambia

Egypt

Cameroon

Burkina Faso

Cote d’Ivoire

2009

Ghana

Cameroon

Nigeria

South Africa

Egypt

Rwanda

Cote d’Ivoire

Mali

2011

Nigeria

Cameroon

Egypt

Mali

South Africa

Ghana

Gambia

Lesotho

2013

Egypt

Ghana

Nigeria

Mali

Gabon

Benin

DR Congo

Algeria

2015

Nigeria

Senegal

Ghana

Mali

South Africa

Cote d’Ivoire

Congo

Zambia

 

Goals scored

1991: 19 goals
1993: 39 goals

1995: 42 goals

1997: 37 goals

1999: 57 goals

2001: 46 goals

2003: 43 goals
2005: 46 goals
2007: 35 goals
2009: 44 goals
2011: 34 goals
2013: 26 goals
2015: 53 goals

 

Participations at the final tournament

As at the 2015 edition, 26 countries have appeared at least once at the final tournament

 

10 – Egypt, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria

 8 – Cameroon 
 7 – Côte d’Ivoire
 6 – South Africa, Zambia

 4 – Morocco

 3 – Angola, Ethiopia, Senegal

 2 - Benin, Burkina Faso, Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Lesotho, Mauritius  

 1 – Algeria, Burundi, Malawi, DR Congo, Rwanda, Sudan

 

Statistics (from 1991 to 2013)

Teams 

App

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

Nigeria

10

46

27

6

13

74

47

+27

89

Ghana

10

45

24

11

10

64

33

+31

82

Egypt

10

42

23

13

6

58

34

+24

82

Cameroon

8

32

15

10

7

46

27

+19

55

Mali

10

40

11

12

17

48

58

-10

42

Côte d’Ivoire

7

26

6

9

11

29

36

-7

27

South Africa

6

22

7

3

12

29

40

-11

24

Morocco

4

16

6

5

5

17

18

-1

23

Zambia

6

23

5

5

13

32

41

-9

20

Gambia

2

8

4

1

3

9

7

+2

13

Congo

2

8

4

1

3

10

10

0

13

Burkina Faso

2

8

2

4

2

6

6

0

10

Angola

3

11

3

1

7

13

18

-5

10

Ethiopia

3

12

3

1

8

15

26

-11

10

Gabon

2

6

2

2

2

8

6

+2

7

Benin

2

8

1

4

3

9

11

-2

7

Burundi

1

5

2

1

2

4

7

-3

7

Maurice

2

6

2

0

4

6

10

-4

6

Rwanda

1

3

1

1

1

3

4

-1

4

Lesotho

2

6

1

1

4

5

12

-7

4

Guinea

2

6

1

1

4

10

18

-8

4

Senegal

2

6

0

3

3

3

8

-5

3

DR Congo

1

3

0

1

2

2

5

-3

1

Algeria

1

3

0

1

2

0

3

-3

1

Malawi

1

3

0

0

3

2

9

-7

0

Sudan

1

3

0

0

3

1

8

-7

0


Fixtures and Results

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