CAF

African Cup of Nations is the main tournament of the national teams of the continent, held under the auspices of the African Football Confederation. The first tournament was held in 1957 in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. The tournament in South Africa, the 29th in a row, will be held from…

Egyptian football

Egypt football is considered the most popular sport here. Such football clubs as Zamalek and Al Ahli are quite popular in Africa and the Middle East. It is known that in January 2006, Alexandria was among the three cities where the African Cup of the Nation was held, the online…

Moroccan football

You can see football fields located in the spacious areas of the country quite often еraveling in Morocco. And they are not empty. Local Moroccans play almost on every of them surrounded by a small crowd of fans and onlookers. Football in Morocco is both quite popular sport and hobby…

Ghanaian football

Modern football began its journey in the XII century in medieval England. Back then, football was played in market squares and even in narrow, curved streets. It was played from morning till night. The number of players exceeded 100 people, while almost no restrictions existed. It was possible to play…

Algerian football

African selection is becoming an obstacle for many potentially strong teams. We have not forgotten the powerful crisis that befell the continent’s two eternal favorites – Nigeria and Cameroon – in the middle of the first decade of the 2000s. Then new heroes began to emerge — Ghana, Cote D’ivoire….