North African Cup of Champions

Short History

     The North African Cup of Champions was an international football competition in North Africa for clubs member nations of the UNAF. The Cup of Champions brings together the winners of the five domestic leagues in North Africa. The competition was founded along with the North African Cup Winners Cup in order to create a sense of competitiveness in the region. It was held only three times, from 2008 to 2010. The semi finals and the final are two-legged affairs.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Teams Matches
1. 2008 Home & Away basis 17 Dec 2008 - 25 Jan 2009 4 teams 7 matches
2. 2009 Home & Away basis 27 Oct - 20 Dec 2009 4 teams 6 matches
3. 2010 Home & Away basis 3 Nov - 23 Dec 2010 4 teams 6 matches

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up
1. 2008 Home & Away basis CLUB AFRICAIN
(Tunisia)
FAR Rabat
(Morocco)
2. 2009 Home & Away basis ES SETIF
(Algeria)
ES Tunis
(Tunisia)
3. 2010 Home & Away basis CLUB AFRICAIN
(Tunisia)
MC Alger
(Algeria)

Results

Edition Year Host Final Semi-finals
1. 2008 Home & Away basis Club Africain - FAR Rabat 0-0
FAR Rabat - Club Africain 0-0 (p 2-3)
Club Africain - Al-Ittihad 2-1, 1-1
JS Kabylie - FAR Rabat 1-1, 0-1
2. 2009 Home & Away basis ES Sétif - ES Tunis 1-1
ES Tunis - ES Sétif 1-1 (p 5-6)
Raja Casablanca - ES Sétif 1-1, 0-2
ES Tunis - Al-Ittihad 2-1, 2-2
3. 2010 Home & Away basis Club Africain - MC Alger 2-0
MC Alger - Club Africain 1-1
Club Africain - Wydad Casablanca 0-0, 0-3
Al-Ittihad - MC Alger 0-1, 0-0

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