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The CAF Africa Cup of Nations, officially CAN (French: Coupe d'Afrique des Nations), also referred 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 FIFA World Cup Qatar ™ Qualifiers - Africa - Matches. EN News Photos Videos Visual Stories FIFA World Cup™ FIFA Women's World Cup™. Keep up with the FIFA World Cup Qatar ™ in Arabic! From the latest news to in-depth team profiles, exclusive interviews, ticketing information and more – follow it all in the host country. The Africa Cup of Nations (also referred to as AFCON or CAN ) is scheduled to be the 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the biennial international men's football championship of Africa organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The tournament is scheduled to be hosted by Cameroon. The qualifiers for the Africa Cup of Nations are set to resume in November while those of the next stage for the World Cup will begin in May , the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Wednesday. Der Afrika-Cup wurde vom Juni bis zum Juli in Ägypten ausgetragen. Erstmals nahmen bei der Fußball-Afrikameisterschaft 24 statt wie seit üblich 16 Nationalmannschaften des Kontinents an der Endrunde teil. Der Afrika-Cup (offiziell englisch Africa Cup of Nations und französisch Coupe d'​Afrique des Nations; im deutschen Sprachraum seltener auch. Africa Cup Qual. / Aktuelle Meldungen, Termine und Ergebnisse, Tabelle, Mannschaften, Torjäger. Die Liga auf einen Blick. Africa Cup Qual. / Spielplan: Hier findest du alle Spiele im Überblick. Teile dieses Artikels scheinen seit nicht mehr aktuell zu sein. Meister : dz Algeria. Tunisia rückt vor zu Third-place match. Mali Mali. Referee: Peter Waweru Kenya. Archived from the original on 21 June New forms of digital media Sportwetten Steuer also allowed viewers to watch coverage through alternative means. Attendance: 10, [79]. Archived from the original on 5 December Archived from the original on 2 November Attendance: 5, [46]. Retrieved 12 July The Independent. Attendance: 6, [78]. The number of final-round participants in was Nba Spiele to 16, split Trading Versteuern four groups. Al Wakrah Discover. Please try again later. As ofthe tournament was switched to being held in odd-numbered years so as not to clash with the FIFA World Cup.

The three quarter-finals between European and South American teams all resulted in wins for Europeans. Germany had a 4—0 victory over Argentina, and the Netherlands came from behind to beat Brazil 2—1, handing the Brazilians their first loss in a World Cup match held outside Europe other than in a penalty shootout since when Uruguay won the decisive match 2—1.

The Netherlands qualified for the final for the third time with a 3—2 win over Uruguay. Spain reached their first ever final with a 1—0 victory over Germany.

Germany defeated Uruguay 3—2 to secure third place. Germany holds the record for most third-place finishes in the World Cup 4 , while Uruguay holds the record for most fourth-place finishes 3.

The final was held on 11 July at Soccer City , Johannesburg. This made them the first new winner without home advantage since Brazil in , [85] and the first team to win the tournament after having lost their opening game.

A large number of fouls were committed in the final match. Referee Howard Webb handed out 14 yellow cards, more than doubling the previous record for this fixture, set when Argentina and West Germany shared six cards in , [68] and John Heitinga of the Netherlands was sent off for receiving a second yellow card.

The Netherlands had chances to score, most notably in the 60th minute when Arjen Robben was released by Wesley Sneijder to be one-on-one with Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas , only for Casillas to save the shot with an outstretched leg.

For Spain, Sergio Ramos missed a free header from a corner kick when he was unmarked. This result marked the first time that two teams from the same continent had won successive World Cups following Italy in , and saw Europe reaching 10 World Cup titles, surpassing South America's nine titles.

The result also marked the first time that a European nation had won a World Cup Finals that was not hosted on European soil.

A closing ceremony was held before the final, featuring singer Shakira. Afterwards, the former South African President Nelson Mandela made a brief appearance on the pitch, wheeled in by a motorcart.

South African winger Siphiwe Tshabalala was the first player to score a goal in the competition, in their 1—1 draw against Mexico , the opening game of the tournament.

Danish defender Daniel Agger was credited with the first own goal of the tournament, in his side's 2—0 loss to the Netherlands.

Spain set a new record for the fewest goals scored by a World Cup-winning team, with eight. Spain's victory marked the first time that a team won the World Cup without conceding a goal in the knockout stage.

The four top scorers in the tournament had five goals each. All of the four top scorers also came from the teams that finished in the top four, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, and Uruguay.

The Golden Boot went to Thomas Müller of Germany who had three assists , compared to one for the three others. A further three players scored four goals.

Shortly after the final, FIFA issued a final ranking of every team in the tournament. The ranking was based on progress in the competition, overall results and quality of the opposition.

All 32 teams are ranked based on criteria which have been used by FIFA. The final ranking was as follows: [92]. Manuel Neuer. People were invited to select a team in a 4—4—2 formation and best coach; voting was open until on 11 July , [95] with entrants going into a draw to win a prize.

Six of the eleven players came from the Spanish team, as did the coach. The remainder of the team comprised two players from Germany, and one each from Brazil, the Netherlands and Uruguay.

Iker Casillas. The official mascot for the World Cup was Zakumi , an anthropomorphised African leopard with green hair, presented on 22 September His name came from "ZA" the international abbreviation for South Africa and the term kumi , which means "ten" in various African languages.

It was also sung at the opening ceremony on 11 June and at the closing ceremony on 11 July. Kelly with the Soweto Spiritual Singers, which was also performed at the opening ceremony.

The match ball for the World Cup, manufactured by Adidas , was named the Jabulani , which means "bringing joy to everyone" in Zulu.

It was the eleventh World Cup match ball made by the German sports equipment maker; it featured eleven colours, representing each player of a team on the pitch and the eleven official languages of South Africa.

The ball was constructed using a new design, consisting of eight thermally bonded, three-dimensional panels. The surface of the ball was textured with grooves, a technology developed by Adidas called GripnGroove [] that was intended to improve the ball's aerodynamics.

The design received considerable academic input, being developed in partnership with researchers from Loughborough University , United Kingdom.

Some football stars complained about the new ball, arguing that its movements were difficult to predict. The finals amplified international public awareness of the vuvuzela , a long horn blown by fans throughout matches.

Others watching on television complained that the ambient audio feed from the stadium contained only the sounds of the vuvuzelas with the usual sounds of people in the stands drowned out.

Tournament organiser Danny Jordaan dismissed concerns that the attack on the Togo national team which took place in Angola in January , had any relevance to the security arrangements for the World Cup.

The breach took place shortly after Prince William and Prince Harry had left the room. The trespasser was then released before he could be handed over to the Police.

As with many 'hallmark events' throughout the world, [] the FIFA World Cup has been connected to evictions , [] [] [] [] [] which many claim are meant to 'beautify the city', impress visiting tourists, and hide shackdwellers.

On 14 May , the Durban-based shack-dwellers' movement Abahlali baseMjondolo took the KwaZulu-Natal government to court over their controversial Elimination and Prevention of Re-Emergence of Slums Act , meant to eliminate slums in South Africa and put homeless shackdwellers in transit camps in time for the World Cup.

Another prominent controversy surrounding preparations for the World Cup was the N2 Gateway housing project in Cape Town , which planned to remove over 20, residents from the Joe Slovo Informal Settlement along the busy N2 Freeway and build rental flats and bond-houses in its place in time for the World Cup.

However some have argued that evictions are ordinarily common in South Africa and that in the lead up to the tournament many evictions were erroneously ascribed to the World Cup.

Some groups experienced complications in regards to scheduled sporting events, advertising, or broadcasting, as FIFA attempted to maximise control of media rights during the Cup.

Affected parties included an international rugby union Test match , a South African airline, and some TV networks, all of whom were involved in various legal struggles with World Cup organisers.

During the tournament, group ticket-holders who did not utilise all their allotted tickets led to some early-round matches having as many as 11, unoccupied seats.

While the event did help to boost the image of South Africa, financially it turned out to be a major disappointment. Local vendors were prohibited from selling food and merchandise within a 1.

This fee was out of most local vendors' reach, as they are simple one-man-operated vendors. This prevented international visitors from experiencing local South African food.

Some local vendors felt cheated out of an opportunity for financial gain and spreading South African culture, in favour of multinational corporations.

The main issue listed in the article was lack of sufficient public transportation. New forms of digital media have also allowed viewers to watch coverage through alternative means.

The rating was up 31 percent from a 1. The increases had been higher while the US remained in the tournament. Through the first 50 games, the rating was up 48 percent, households increased 54 percent and viewers rose 60 percent.

Univision averaged 2,, viewers for the tournament, up 17 percent, and 1,, households, an increase of 11 percent.

In total, ESPN3. All 64 live matches were viewed by an average of , persons per minute. Most impressive were the numbers for the semi-final between Spain and Germany, which was viewed by , people per minute, making it ESPN3.

Sony technology was used to film the tournament. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the video game, see FIFA For other uses, see World Cup disambiguation.

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Countries that did not enter. Country not a FIFA member. Cape Town. Soccer City. Ellis Park. Referee: Wolfgang Stark Germany. Royal Bafokeng Stadium , Rustenburg.

Referee: Viktor Kassai Hungary. Free State Stadium , Bloemfontein. Referee: Jorge Larrionda Uruguay.

Soccer City , Johannesburg. Referee: Roberto Rosetti Italy. Moses Mabhida Stadium , Durban. Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco Spain. Ellis Park Stadium , Johannesburg.

Referee: Howard Webb England. Barreto Barrios Riveros Valdez Cardozo. Loftus Versfeld Stadium , Pretoria. Referee: Frank De Bleeckere Belgium.

Cape Town Stadium , Cape Town. Referee: Yuichi Nishimura Japan. Pereira Abreu. Gyan Appiah Mensah Adiyiah. Referee: Ravshan Irmatov Uzbekistan.

Referee: Carlos Batres Guatemala. Referee: Benito Archundia Mexico [83]. Referee: Howard Webb England [83].

Third place. Fourth place. Round of Group stage. Main article: Zakumi. Main article: Adidas Jabulani.

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Alexandria Stadium , Alexandria. Attendance: 3, [45]. Referee: Bernard Camille Seychelles. Attendance: 5, [46]. Referee: Amin Omar Egypt. Attendance: 10, [47].

Referee: Helder Martins de Carvalho Angola. Attendance: 4, [48]. Referee: Haythem Guirat Tunisia [49]. Attendance: 9, [50]. Referee: Bakary Gassama Gambia.

Al Salam Stadium , Cairo. Attendance: 5, [51]. Referee: Noureddine El Jaafari Morocco. Attendance: 7, [52].

Referee: Sadok Selmi Tunisia. Attendance: 8, [53]. Referee: Mahamadou Keita Mali. Attendance: 25, [54].

Referee: Janny Sikazwe Zambia. Attendance: 7, [55]. Referee: Ahmad Heeralall Mauritius. Attendance: 13, [56]. Referee: Gehad Grisha Egypt.

Attendance: 8, [57]. Referee: Andofetra Rakotojaona Madagascar. Attendance: 6, [58]. Referee: Louis Hakizimana Rwanda.

Attendance: 4, [59]. Attendance: 27, [60]. Attendance: 16, [61]. Referee: Issa Sy Senegal. Attendance: 12, [62].

Attendance: 7, [63]. Referee: Peter Waweru Kenya. Suez Stadium , Suez. Attendance: 7, [64]. Referee: Bamlak Tessema Weyesa Ethiopia. Attendance: 6, [65].

Attendance: 16, [66]. Referee: Joshua Bondo Botswana [67]. Attendance: 10, [68]. Attendance: 7, [69]. Ismailia Stadium , Ismailia. Attendance: 8, [70].

Referee: Redouane Jiyed Morocco. Attendance: 5, [71]. Attendance: 8, [72]. Referee: Youssef Essrayri Tunisia. Attendance: 16, [73].

Attendance: 9, [74]. Referee: Pacifique Ndabihawenimana Burundi. Attendance: 14, [75]. Attendance: 6, [76]. Main article: Africa Cup of Nations knockout stage.

Idrissi Boufal En-Nesyri. Attendance: 7, [77]. Attendance: 6, [78]. Attendance: 10, [79]. Referee: Joshua Bondo Botswana.

Attendance: 75, [80]. Tisserand Bakambu M'Poku Bolasie. Attendance: 5, [81]. Attendance: 8, [82]. Attendance: 7, [83].

Wakaso J. Ayew Ekuban Agbenyenu Partey. Sliti Khazri Bronn Meriah Sassi. Attendance: 8, [84]. Attendance: 5, [85]. Attendance: 48, [86]. Attendance: 8, [87].

Attendance: 7, [88]. Attendance: 9, [89]. Attendance: 49, [90]. Attendance: 6, [91]. Main article: Africa Cup of Nations Final.

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No qualification took place in and as places were given by invitation only. In and , there was no final; the article is about the decisive match of the final group stage.

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