DR Congo given keys to CHAN success

Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila presented the country's African Nations Championship (CHAN) winners with a fleet of high-end 4x4s on Tuesday.

Orange CHAN 2016: Statistics

Orange CHAN 2016: Statistics

09 February 2016

Final Standings 1. DR Congo 2. Mali 3. Côte d’Ivoire

Orange CHAN 2016: Scorers chart

A total of 80 goals were counted at the fourth edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN), Rwanda 2016, and an average of 2.5 goals per match. The tally is the highest ever since the inception of the championship in 2009.

From Rwanda to Kenya

From Rwanda to Kenya

09 February 2016

Kenya has officially been confirmed hosts of the fifth edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) in 2018.

 African football and political leaders partner with Gavi to prevent childhood deaths

Africa United leverages football to catalyse health and unveils focus on universal access to immunisation at 4th edition of the Orange African Nations Championship in Rwanda

Orange CHAN 2016: Awards and Best XI

Best Player: Mechack Elia (DR Congo) Top scorer: Mechack Elia (DR Congo): 4 goals and two assist Goal of the Tournament: N’Guessan Serge (Côte d’Ivoire) against Cameroon Fair Play Trophy: DR Congo

Reactions: DR Congo 3-0 Mali

Reactions: DR Congo 3-0 Mali

07 February 2016

Djbril Drame (Head Coach, Mali) DR Congo deserves the victory.

Three-star DR Congo wins second CHAN title

A brace from Mechak Elia and the other by Jonathan Bolingi was all DR Congo needed to beat Mali 3-0 in the final on Sunday and cruise to their second African Nations Championship (CHAN) title.

Reactions: Guinea 1-2 Cote d’Ivoire

Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura (Head Coach, Guinea) The Ivorians were motivated and mentally strong. Our problem was psychological.

Cote d’Ivoire beat Guinea to claim bronze

First half goals from Koffi Boua and Gbagnon Badie powered Cote d’Ivoire to a 2-1 win over Guinea in the third place match on Sunday in Kigali.