African football needs more local coaches: Cisse

Senegal coach Aliou Cisse said more African coaches are needed to take football on the continent to the next level and develop teams capable of challenging for the World Cup.

Modric-inspired Croatia open with a win

No shots on target, one goal. The statistics at half-time during Croatia's meeting with Nigeria reflected an opening 45 minutes

Own goal hands Iran dramatic victory

For the second time on Friday, a last-minute goal has transformed the state of a group at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, and cut

Pain for returning Egypt as Uruguay earn late win

Uruguay were made to work overtime before finally edging a late 1-0 win over Egypt in their opening Group A contest in Ekaterinburg

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12 June 2018

The Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) reminds that, it holds, on an exclusive basis, all the rights pertaining to its competitions, including all the related matches and any related official events, without any restrictions as to content, time, place and la

 Super Falcons cruise over Gambia with six-goal thriller in Lagos

Super Falcons of Nigeria have taken the final qualification spot for the forthcoming 2018 Total Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) after a comprehensive 6-0 battering of Scorpions Queens of Gambia on Monday at the Agege Stadium in Lagos and went ahead 7-0 on aggregate.

Decisions of CAF Executive Committee of 11st june 2018

At its meeting in Moscow the 11 june 2018, the Executive Committee, chaired by Ahmad, the Confédération Africaine de Football President, took the following decisions :

Algeria shock Ethiopia to book final place

Algerian completed a double over Ethiopia in the last round qualifier to cruise to the final tournament.

Shocks galore as heptet seal Ghana tickets

Surprise away wins by Algeria and Zambia served the highlight of the weekend matches of the second leg matches of the final round of the qualifiers.

Zimbabwe break Zambian hearts again to claim 2018 COSAFA Cup title

A brace from Tino Kadewere saw defending champions Zimbabwe grab a late equaliser and then go on to win in extra-time with a 4-2 success over Zambia in a pulsating 2018 COSAFA Cup final at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.