All Time Winners Of The CAF African Cup Of Nations (AFCON)

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The CAF Africa Cup of Nations officially CAN also refer to as AFCON, or Total Africa Cup of Nations after its headline sponsor is the main international men's association football competition in Africa. It is sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and was first held in 1957. Since 1968 it has been held every two years, switching to odd-numbered years in 2013. In the years since the competition was founded in 1957, Egypt has been the most successful nation in the tournament, seven-time AFCON Winners, including three in a row between 2006 and 2010. But The Pharaohs have not won the tournament since then and will look to change that in the coming tournament.

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (also referred to as AFCON 2021 or CAN 2021) is scheduled to be the 33rd edition of the tournament and is to be hosted by Cameroon

1957 - Egypt (Sudan)

1959 - Egypt (Egypt)

1962 - Ethiopia (Ethiopia)

1963 - Ghana (Ghana)

1965 - Ghana (Tunisia)

1968 - Dr Congo (Ethiopia)

1970 - Sudan (Sudan)

1972 - Congo (Cameroon)

1974 - Dr Congo (Egypt)

1976 - Morocco (Ethiopia)

1978 - Ghana (Ghana)

1980 - Nigeria (Nigeria)

1982 - Ghana (Libya)

1984 - Cameroon (Ivory Coast)

1986 - Egypt (Egypt)

1988 - Cameroon (Morocco)


1990 - Algeria (Algeria)

1992 - Ivory Coast (Senegal)

1994 - Nigeria (Tunisia)

1996 - South Africa (South Africa)

1998 - Egypt (Burkina Faso)

2000 - Cameroon (Ghana and Nigeria)

2002 - Cameroon (Mali)

2004 - Tunisia (Tunisia)

2006 - Egypt (Egypt)

2008 - Egypt (Ghana)

2010 - Egypt (Angola)

2012 - Zambia (Equatorial Guinea and Gabon)

2013 - Nigeria (South Africa)

2015 - Ivory Coast (Equatorial Guinea)

2017- Cameroon (Gabon)

2019 – Algeria (Egypt)


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