About CAF – Confederation of African Football

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CAF – the Confederation of African Football is the administrative and controlling body for association football in Africa. It is one of six continental confederations of world football’s governing body FIFA.

CAF was founded on 8 February 1957 in Khartoum and is currently headquartered in 6th of October City, near Cairo in Egypt.

Issa Hayatou is the current president of CAF.

Suketu Patel is the 1st Vice-President, Almamy Kabele Camara is the 2nd Vice-President while Hicham El Amrani is the Secretary General.

CAF represents the national football associations of Africa, runs continental, national, and club competitions, and controls the prize money, regulations and media rights to those competitions.

CAF is one of the biggest of six continental confederations of FIFA which currently has 56 associations, 54 full members beside Zanzibar and Réunion Island as associates.

CAF Members :

 

 Algeria
 Angola
 Benin
 Botswana
 Burkina Faso
 Burundi
 Cameroon
 Cape Verde
 Central African Republic
 Chad
 Comoros
 Ivory Coast
 Congo
 Congo DR
 Djibouti
 Egypt
 Equatorial Guinea
 Eritrea
 Ethiopia
 Gabon
 Gambia
 Ghana
 Guinea
 Guinea-Bissau
 Kenya
 Lesotho
 Liberia
 Libya
 Madagascar
 Malawi
 Mali
 Mauritania
 Mauritius
 Morocco
 Mozambique
 Namibia
 Niger
 Nigeria
 Réunion
 Rwanda
 São Tomé and Príncipe
 Senegal
 Seychelles
 Sierra Leone
 Somalia
 South Africa
 South Sudan
 Sudan
 Swaziland
 Tanzania
 Togo
 Tunisia
 Uganda
 Zambia
 Zanzibar
 Zimbabwe

Zanzibar and Réunion Island are associate members of CAF but not FIFA member.

 

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