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Expatriate players, regardless of where they play, even in Africa, are not qualified to take part in the African Championship of Nations. The first tournament was held in The competition was expanded to 16 teams for the second tournament, held in Sudan in The tournament is held every two years  , alternating with the Africa Cup of Nations.
The creation of the African Nations Championship was a response to the desire to revive or strengthen national competitions regularly weakened by a mass exodus of top players who leave their home countries to play for foreign teams which will pay more and get them more media coverage.
Starting from the edition onwards, all of the matches are recognized by FIFA as first team matches. In July , Total secured an eight-year sponsorship package from the Confederation of African Football CAF to support 10 of its principal competitions.
Since the second edition, in , 16 teams qualify for the tournament, allocated this way including host country:. The group stage of the African Nations Championship features pools of four teams drawn at random.
The top two teams from each group advance to the knockout stage. On 8 March , Democratic Republic of the Congo defeated Ghana 2—0  to become the first winner of the tournament.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Africa Cup of Nations. Football in Africa portal. Retrieved 21 May Between and , Cameroon managed to reach the final of the African Cup three times in a row, winning the competition twice in and and losing once on penalties against Egypt in the edition , the other dominant team during this period was Algeria , along with their solid and decent World Cup appearances, the North African nation lost in the final against hosts Nigeria in the tournament allowing the super eagles to capture their first championship.
After the edition , Algeria reached the semi finals of every edition expect the cup until they eventually won the competition in The match ended in a 1—1 draw after minutes and Ghana won the penalty shootout to become champions.
In , Nigeria lost once again as they made their third final appearance in four tournaments, this time falling to host Algeria.
The Cup of Nations expanded the number of final tournament participants to 12; the teams were divided into four groups of three, with the top two teams of each group advancing to quarter-finals.
Ivory Coast set a record for the competition by holding each of their opponents scoreless in the six matches of the final tournament. The team, three-group format was used again two years later, where hosts Tunisia were humiliated by their first round elimination.
Nigeria , who had just qualified to the World Cup for the first time in their history, won the tournament , beating Zambia , who a year before had been struck by disaster when most of their national squad died in a plane crash while traveling to play a World Cup qualification match.
Nigerian forward Rashidi Yekini , who had led the tournament with four goals, repeated as the top scorer with five goals.
South Africa hosted the 20th ACN competition in , marking their first ever appearance after a decades long ban was lifted with the end of apartheid in the country and a failed attempt to qualify in The number of final round participants in was expanded to the current 16, split into four groups.
However, the actual number of teams playing in the final was only 15 as Nigeria withdrew from the tournament at the final moment for political reasons.
The South Africans would reach the final again two years later in Burkina Faso , but were unable to defend their title, losing to Egypt who claimed their fourth cup.
The edition was hosted jointly by Ghana and Nigeria , who replaced the originally designated host Zimbabwe. Following a 2—2 draw after extra time in the final, Cameroon defeated Nigeria on penalty kicks.
Again via penalty kicks, the Cameroonians beat first-time finalists Senegal , who also debuted in the World Cup later that year. Both finalists were eliminated in quarter finals two years later in Tunisia , where the hosts won their first title, beating Morocco 2—1 in the final.
The tournament was also won by the hosts, Egypt , who reached a continental-record fifth title. As it takes place during the European season, players who are involved miss several matches for their clubs.
In January , FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced that he wanted the tournament to be held in either June or July by , to fit in the international calendar, although this would preclude many countries in central and west Africa from hosting the competition as these months occur during their wet season.
Egypt set a new record in the tournament that was hosted by Angola by winning their third consecutive title in an unprecedented achievement on the African level after defeating Ghana 1—0 in the final, retaining the gold-plated cup indefinitely and extending their record to 7 continental titles including when Egypt was known as UAR between and On 31 January , Egypt set a new African record, not being defeated for 19 consecutive Cup of Nations matches, since a 2—1 loss against Algeria in Tunisia in , [ citation needed ] and a record 9 consecutive win streak.
In May , it was announced that the tournament would be moved to odd-numbered years from in order to prevent the tournament from taking place in the same year as the World Cup.
It also meant there were two tournaments within twelve months in January  co-hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea and January hosted by South Africa.
On 29 January , Morocco won the bid to host the edition and Libya won the right to host the tournament. But due to the Libyan civil war , Libya and South Africa traded years with South Africa hosting in and Libya hosting in ,  though CAF ultimately decided to hold the tournament in Gabon due to ongoing fighting in Libya .
In , Zambia won the final after a penalty shootout against Ivory Coast. This drew increased media attention since the match took place in Gabon, only a few hundred meters from the crash site of the air disaster of their national team.
The tournament was won by Nigeria, beating first time finalists Burkina Faso. In , the West African Ebola virus epidemic disrupted the tournament.
The tournament was then moved to Equatorial Guinea. In July , two changes were proposed: Throughout the history of the African Cup of Nations, three different trophies have been awarded to the winners of the competition.
As the first winner of three African Cup of Nations tournaments, Ghana obtained the right to permanently hold the trophy in It sat on a squared base and had stylized triangular handles.
Cameroon won the Unity Cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in In , the third trophy was revealed, a gold-plated cup designed and made in Italy.
Egypt won the gold-plated cup indefinitely after they became three-time champions in , in an unprecedented achievement by winning three consecutive continental titles.
Unlike previous winners who would have then taken the trophy home, Egypt were presented with a special full size replica that they were allowed to keep.
First and second time winners usually get a smaller sized replica for their trophy cabinets. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Countdown sign during the edition of the tournament in Angola.
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