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.[1]

Central African Football Federations' Union
Union des Fédérations de Football d'Afrique Centrale
União das Federações Centroafricanas de Futebol
Unión de Federaciones de Fútbol de África Central
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TypeSports organization
Region served
Central Africa
Membership
Official language
English, French, Portuguese and Spanish
President
Cameroon Iya Mohammed

Member associationsEdit

Country Governing body National team captain
  Cameroon Cameroonian Football Federation Benjamin Moukandjo
  Central African Republic Central African Football Federation Foxi Kéthévoama
  Chad Chadian Football Federation Marius Mbaiam
  Congo Congolese Football Federation Prince Oniangué
  DR Congo Congolese Association Football Federation Lomana LuaLua
  Equatorial Guinea Equatoguinean Football Federation Emilio Nsue
  Gabon Gabonese Football Federation Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
  São Tomé and Príncipe São Toméan Football Federation Joazhifel Soares

CompetitionsEdit

UNIFFAC runs several competitions which cover men's, women's, youth.

Current title holdersEdit

Competition Year Champions Title Runners-up Next edition
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

Defunct competitionsEdit

Competition Years held
Central African Games Football tournament (1976–1987)
UDEAC Cup (1984–1990)
UNIFAC Cup (1999)
CEMAC Cup (2003–2014)

A women's tournament and the re-introduction of the Clubs Cup was announced in January 2011.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Iya Mohammed re elected". CAFonline.com. 11 July 2008. Retrieved 2 January 2010.
  2. ^ "UNIFFAC introduces two new tournaments". cafonline.com. 12 January 2011. Retrieved 16 January 2011.

External linksEdit