CAF (Confederation of African Football)
The Confederation of African Football governs Soccer on the continent. The CAF organizes the African Cup of Nations in both Men’s and Women’s as well as underage Tournaments.
It also runs the CAF Champions League, CAF Cup-Winners Cup and CAF Cup for the top club teams on the continent.
The CAF is sub-divided into Regional Governing Bodies which also run National Team and Club Tournaments: East and Central Africa, COSAFA (Southern Africa), West Africa (Two Zones) and North Africa.
Each country has its own National association, running League and Cup competitions.
CAF Regional Cups
Cabral Cup; CECAFA Cup; COSAFA Cup;
The Cabral Cup is the Regional Men’s Tournament for Africa West of Ghana.
Cabral Cup (Editions): 1997
CECAFA Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations
The CECAFA East and Central Africa Challenge Cup is the Regional National Team Tournament for Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
CECAFA East and Central Africa Challenge Cup (Editions): 1989
COSAFA Council of Southern Africa Football Associations
The COSAFA Castle Cup is the Regional Men’s National Team Tournament for Southern Africa.
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