Central African Football Federations' Union
The Central African Football Federations' Union (French: Union des Fédérations de Football d'Afrique Centrale; Portuguese: União das Federações Centroafricanas de Futebol; Spanish: Unión de Federaciones de Fútbol de África Central), officially abbreviated as UNIFFAC, is a regional governing body for association football teams in Central Africa. Current president Iya Mohammed was re-elected in 2008.
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UNIFFAC runs several competitions which cover men's, women's, youth.
Current title holdersEdit
|National teams (Men's)|
|UNIFFAC U-20 Cup||2020||Cameroon||1st||Central African Republic||2022|
|UNIFFAC U-17 Cup||2018||Cameroon||2nd||Congo||2021|
|National teams (Women's)|
|UNIFFAC Women's Cup||2020||Equatorial Guinea||DR Congo||2021|
|Central African Games Football tournament||(1976–1987)|
A women's tournament and the re-introduction of the Clubs Cup was announced in January 2011.