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2017-12-28 George Weah set to win Liberia presidency Liberia
C. 2017-10-12 Ex-football star George Weah takes early lead Liberia
D. 2017-07-15 'Eight dead' in wall collapse at Senegal's Demba Dior Demba Diop, Dakar, Senegal
E. 2017-02-10 Angola stadium stampede in Uige kills 17 Uige, Angola
5. 2017-02-05 AFCON: Unfancied Cameroon shocks Egypt to win fifth title Gabon
6. 2017-02-02 Cameroon shocks Ghana to reach the final Gabon
7. 2017-02-01 Egypt through to final after 44-year-old El-Hadary's heroics Stade d'Angondje, Libreville, Gabon
8. 2017-01-24 Reigning champion Ivory Coast crashes out of Africa Cup of Nations
9. 2015-02-08 Ivory Coast win the Africa Cup of Nations Estadio de Bata, Bata, Equatorial Guinea

Clashes over Egypt football ban   Clashes have broken out in the Egyptian city of Port Said after its football club was suspended over match violence that killed at least 74 in... Zambia win Africa Cup of Nations  Zambia lifted the Africa Cup of Nations Sunday after beating the Ivory Coast 8-7 in a dramatic penalty shoot out in the final in Libreville Dozens killed in Egypt stadium clashes Map of Port Said Egypt
George Weah set to win Liberia presidency  Ex-footballer is set to become the president following run-off election. Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change had won 61.5% of the vote Ex-football star George Weah takes early lead 'Eight dead' in wall collapse at Senegal's Demba Dior   Many more are thought to have been wounded. It happened at Demba Diop stadium in the capital, Dakar, at the end of the League Cup final Angola stadium stampede in Uige kills 17   AFCON: Unfancied Cameroon shocks Egypt to win fifth title  The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations champions, ending a 15-year wait Cameroon shocks Ghana to reach the final Egypt through to final after 44-year-old El-Hadary's heroics Reigning champion Ivory Coast crashes out of Africa Cup of Nations Ivory Coast win the Africa Cup of Nations   Ivory Coast claimed its first Africa Cup of Nations title in 23 years after beating Ghana 9-8 in a dramatic penalty shootout Morocco banned from next two Africa Cups Ugly scenes mar Africa cup semi-final Ivory Coast strolls into AFCON final Guinea's luck runs out as Ghana reaches AFCON semifinals Equatorial Guinea stun Tunisia Football: Real win Club World Cup Morocco barred from 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Senzo Meyiwa funeral: South Africa mourns shot footballer S African footballer's funeral to be held Football captain Senzo Meyiwa died after being shot Map of Vosloorus South Africa  South Africa's football captain and goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa has died. The incident reportedly happened at Meyiwa's girlfriend's house in Vosloorus World Cup 'fix' claims probed Kenya: 'Watch football at home' Third African title for Nigeria   Nigeria's long wait for a major soccer title ended on Sunday as the 'Super Eagles' beat Burkina Faso 1-0 in the final of the Africa Cup of N... Fans verdicts spark Egypt unrest Map of Port Said Egypt

year 2017 Top ^

Dec.28   Liberia
Oct.12   Liberia
Jul.15   Senegal
Feb.10   Angola
Feb.5   Gabon
Feb.2   Gabon
Feb.1   Gabon
Jan.24   Gabon

year 2015 Top ^

Feb.8   Equatorial Guinea
Feb.6   Morocco
Feb.5   Equatorial Guinea
Feb.4   Equatorial Guinea
Feb.1   Equatorial Guinea
Jan.31   Equatorial Guinea

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.20   Morocco
Nov.11   Morocco
Nov.1   South Africa
Oct.31   South Africa
Oct.26   Johannesburg
Jul.1   Cameroon
Jun.20   Kenya

year 2013 Top ^

Feb.10   Johannesburg
Jan.26   Egypt
  At least 30 people have died in Port Said, officials say, in clashes sparked by the sentencing to death of 21 local people over football riots in Egypt

year 2012 Top ^

Mar.23   Egypt
Feb.12   Gabon
Feb.1   Egypt
  At least 74 people have been killed in clashes between rival fans following a football match in the city of Port Said. Scores were injured
 Fans armed with knives invaded the pitch after a match between clubs al-Masry and al-Ahly. It is the biggest disaster in the country's soccer history. Officials fear the death toll could rise further

year 2010 Top ^

Jul.11   Johannesburg
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
Jul.7   South Africa   Spain reached the World Cup final Map of Durban South Africa
  A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match
Jul.6   Cape Town   Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal Jul.3   Johannesburg   Spain wins over Paraguay  David Villa put the European champions into the semifinals for the first time with a hard-fought 1-0 victory as both teams missed a penalty   Cape Town   Germans blow Argentina away 4-0  Three-time champions marched into the semifinals of the World Cup after destroying Diego Maradona's highly-rated Argentina side Jul.2   South Africa   Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup   The Netherlands came from a goal down to beat 10-man Brazil 2-1 in their quarterfinal clash. Melo was sent off for stamping on Robben Jun.28   Johannesburg   Brazil storm into quarterfinals  The five-time world champions turned on the style to defeat their South American rivals Chile 3-0 Jun.27   South Africa   Germany thrash England   England suffer their heaviest defeat at a World Cup finals as Germany crush them 4-1 to go through to the quarter-finals Jun.24   Johannesburg Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia Jun.11   Johannesburg South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener Jan.31   Angola   Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup  Egypt win their third Africa Cup of Nations title in a row, after beating Ghana, 1-0 Jan.10   Angola Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins  Togo's withdrawal from the Africa Cup of Nations was confirmed as the tournament got under way in Angola Jan.9   Togo Togo withdraws from African Cup Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...

year 2009 Top ^

Jun.28   Johannesburg Brazil survive US scare to win Confed Cup

year 2008 Top ^

Feb.10   Ghana Egypt won a record sixth Africa Cup

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.10   Egypt Hosts won African Nations Cup

year 2004 Top ^

May.15   South Africa South Africa gets 2010 World Cup

year 2001 Top ^

May.9   Ghana 125 killed in soccer crush  70,000 spectators tried to get out of the stadium when police fired tear gas Apr.11   South Africa 43 die in soccer stampede  The stampede began as a crowd tried to get into stadium to watch the match between South Africa's two biggest teams

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