1957 African Cup of Nations final

The 1957 Africa Cup of Nations Final was a football match that took place on 16 February 1957 at the Municipal Stadium in Khartoum, Sudan, to determine the winner of the 1957 Africa Cup of Nations, the football championship of Africa organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

1957 Africa Cup of Nations Final
Event1957 Africa Cup of Nations
Date16 February 1957
VenueMunicipal Stadium, Khartoum
RefereeMohammed Youssef (Sudan)

Egypt beat Ethiopia 4−0, with all four goals scored by Ad-Diba.[1]

Road to the final edit

Egypt Round Ethiopia
Opponent Result Knockout stage Opponent Result
Sudan   2–1 Semifinals   South Africa 2–01
1 The match was scratched and Ethiopia advanced to the final as South Africa were disqualified due to apartheid.

Match details edit

Details edit

Egypt  4–0  Ethiopia
Ad-Diba   2', 7', 68', 89' Report
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Mohammed Youssef (Sudan)
GK   Brascos
RB   Nour El-Dali
CB   Mosaad Daoud
CB   Rifaat El-Fanagily
LB   Hanafi Bastan
RH   Samir Qotb
LH   Ibrahim Tawfik
OR   Ad-Diba
CF   Raafat Attia
CF   Alaa El-Hamouly
OL   Hamdi
Mourad Fahmy
GK   Gila-Michael Tekle Mariam
RB   Adale Tekle Selassie
LB   Girmaye Fikre Mariam
RH   Mohammed Ibrahim
CH   Ayele Tessema
LH   Adamu Alemu
OR   Netsere Wolde Selassie
IR   Zewde Samuel
CF   Kebede Metaferia
IL   Asefaw Berhane
OL   Tekeste Goitom
Zewde Moustafa

Assistant referees:
Mostefa Kamel Mansour (Egypt)
Gebeyehu Doube (Ethiopia)

Man of the Match:
Ad-Diba (Egypt)

References edit

  1. ^ "African Nations Cup 1957". RSSSF. Retrieved 2017-09-06.