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CEDEAO Cup

CEDEAO Cup was a tournament for nations in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS; Communauté Economique Des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest, CEDEAO). The tournament was held biannually between 1983 and 1991, and may also have taken place in 1977, but few data are known.

General statistics

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
1977
Details
Nigeria
Nigeria
unclear
1983
Details
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
2–1
1–0

Nigeria
unclear
1985
Details
Senegal
Senegal
Group system
Ivory Coast

Guinea
1987
Details
Liberia
Ivory Coast
2–1
Liberia

Senegal
1–0
Burkina Faso
1990
Details
Nigeria
Nigeria
1–1
Senegal

Ivory Coast
1–0
Liberia
1991
Details
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
1–0
Senegal

Ghana
1–0
Nigeria

Most CEDEAO Cup wins

Wins Nation Year(s)
3 times  Ivory Coast 1983, 1987, 1991
2 times  Nigeria 1977, 1990
1 time  Senegal 1985

1983 CEDEAO Cup

Qualifying round

First qualifying round

17 January 1983
Benin  1–1  Mauritania
4 February 1983
Mauritania  2–0  Benin

13 January 1983
Niger  2–0  Senegal
6 February 1983
Senegal  2–0  Niger

2–2 on aggregate; Senegal won on penalty shootout.


6 February 1983
Sierra Leone  0–1  Gambia
20 February 1983
Gambia  0–1  Sierra Leone

1–1 on aggregate; Gambia won on penalty shootout.


13 February 1983
Guinea  1–1  Mali
27 February 1983
Mali  1–1  Guinea

2–2 on aggregate; Mali won on penalty shootout.


17 April 1983
Guinea-Bissau  2–0  Togo
8 May 1983
Togo  3–0  Guinea-Bissau


Nigeria  w/o  Ghana

Ghana withdrew; Nigeria advanced.

Second qualifying round

3 July 1983
Gambia  1–1  Mali
17 July 1983
Mali  0–0  Gambia

Mali advanced, possibly by away goals rule.


12 August 1983
Mauritania  0–4  Togo

The return round was not played. Togo advanced.


15 November 1983
Nigeria  1–0  Senegal
19 November 1983
Senegal  0–1  Nigeria

Nigeria advanced.

Final round

The final round was held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Semi-finals

15 December 1983
Ivory Coast  1–1 (a.e.t.)  Mali

Ivory Coast won on penalties


16 December 1983
Togo  5–2  Nigeria

Third place match

18 December 1983
Mali  0–0 (a.e.t.)  Nigeria

Unknown who won the match

Final

18 December 1983
Ivory Coast  (Abandoned)  Togo

Abandoned at 2–1 in extra time (105').


Replay
20 December 1983
Ivory Coast  1–0  Togo

1985 CEDEAO Cup

Qualifying round

First round

7 April 1985
Mali  4–0  Togo
21 April 1985
Togo  3–0  Mali

Second round

11 August 1985
Guinea  1–1  Mali
15 August 1985
Mali  1–1  Guinea
  Penalties  
2–4

Final round

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
 Senegal 2 2 0 0 5 1 4
 Ivory Coast 2 1 0 1 1 2 2
 Guinea 2 0 0 2 1 4 0
25 December 1985 Senegal  3–1  Guinea
27 December 1985 Ivory Coast  1–0  Guinea
29 November 1985 Senegal  2–0  Ivory Coast

1987 CEDEAO Cup

Preliminary round

22 November 1987
Ivory Coast  3–0  Togo
13 December 1987
Togo  1–0  Ivory Coast

Final round

Semi-finals

19 December 1987
Ivory Coast  1–0  Senegal
20 December 1987
Liberia  1–0  Burkina Faso

Third place match

22 December 1987
Senegal  1–0  Burkina Faso

Final

23 December 1987
Ivory Coast  2–1  Liberia

1990 CEDEAO Cup

Qualifying round

The qualifying tournament was held in Liberia.

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
 Liberia 2 1 1 0 3 1 3
 Ghana 2 0 2 0 2 2 2
 Guinea 2 0 1 1 1 3 1
26 November 1989 Guinea  1–1  Ghana
28 November 1989 Liberia  2–0  Guinea
29 November 1989 Liberia  1–1  Ghana

Final round

  • The final round was played in Nigeria.
  • Nigeria qualified as hosts, Ivory Coast as holders. Circumstances of Senegal's qualification were unclear.

Semi-finals

24 January 1990
Senegal  1–0  Liberia

25 January 1990
Nigeria  2–0  Ivory Coast

Third place match

27 January 1990
Ivory Coast  1–0  Liberia

Final

28 January 1990
Nigeria  1–1  Senegal

Some sources record the score as 0–0. Nigeria won on penalty shootout.

1991 CEDEAO Cup

Held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Semi-finals

31 October 1991
Senegal  3–2  Ghana
Sarr Goal 22'
Diagne Goal 60'
Sène Goal 88'
Akonnor Goal 62'
Yaw Goal 75'
31 October 1991
Ivory Coast  2–0  Nigeria
Sié Goal 10'
A. Traoré Goal 30'

Third place match

2 November 1991
Ghana  1–0  Nigeria

Final

2 November 1991
Ivory Coast  1–0  Senegal
A. Traoré Goal 7'

References

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