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Kagame Interclub Cup

Kagame Interclub Cup
The official CECAFA logo.
Founded 1974
Region CECAFA
Current champions Al-Merrikh
(3rd title)
Most successful club(s) Simba
(6 titles)
Television broadcasters SuperSport
2014 Kagame Interclub Cup

The CECAFA Club Cup is a CECAFA. It has been known as the Kagame Interclub Cup since 2002, when Rwandan President Paul Kagame began sponsoring the competition. It is contested by clubs from East and Central Africa.

History

The tournament began in 1967, in which Abaluhya came out champions, but was not officially recognised. The competition was halted until 1974, where Simba became the first official champions of the tournament.[1]

Previous winners

Finals

Key
* Match was won on a penalty shootout
dagger Tournament not held or not officially recognised
List of CECAFA Club Cup and Kagame Interclub Cup winners
Year[1] Country Winners Score Runners-up Country Hosts
1967  Kenya Abaluhya 5–0dagger[A] Sunderland  Tanzania
1968–73
Halteddagger[B]
1974  Tanzania Simba 00 Abaluhya  Kenya  Tanzania
1975  Tanzania Young Africans 2–0 Simba  Tanzania  Zanzibar
1976  Kenya Luo Union 2–1 Young Africans  Tanzania  Uganda
1977  Kenya Luo Union 2–1 Horsed  Somalia  Tanzania
1978  Uganda Kampala City Council 0–0*[C] Simba  Tanzania  Uganda
1979  Kenya Abaluhya 1–0 Kampala City Council  Uganda  Somalia
1980  Kenya Gor Mahia 3–2 Abaluhya  Kenya  Malawi
1981  Kenya Gor Mahia 1–0 Simba  Tanzania  Kenya
1982  Kenya A.F.C. Leopards 1–0 Rio Tinto  Zimbabwe  Kenya
1983  Kenya A.F.C. Leopards 2–1 ADMARC Tigers  Malawi  Zanzibar
1984  Kenya A.F.C. Leopards 2–1 Gor Mahia  Kenya  Kenya
1985  Kenya Gor Mahia 2–0 A.F.C. Leopards  Kenya  Sudan
1986  Sudan Al-Merrikh 2–2*[D] Young Africans  Tanzania  Tanzania
1987  Uganda Villa 1–0 Al-Merrikh  Sudan  Uganda
1988  Kenya Kenya Breweries 2–0 Al-Merrikh  Sudan  Sudan
1989  Kenya Kenya Breweries 3–0 Coastal Union  Tanzania  Kenya
1990
Not helddagger[E]
1991  Tanzania Simba 3–0 Villa  Uganda  Tanzania
1992  Tanzania Simba 1–1*[F] Young Africans  Tanzania  Zanzibar
1993  Tanzania Young Africans 2–1 Villa  Uganda  Uganda
1994  Sudan Al-Merrikh 2–1 Express  Uganda  Sudan
1995  Tanzania Simba 1–1*[G] Express  Uganda  Tanzania
1996  Tanzania Simba 1–0 Armée Patriotique Rwandaise  Rwanda  Tanzania
1997  Kenya A.F.C. Leopards 1–0 Kenya Breweries  Kenya  Kenya
1998  Rwanda Rayon Sports 2–1 Mlandege  Zanzibar  Zanzibar
1999  Tanzania Young Africans 1–1*[H] Villa  Uganda  Uganda
2000  Kenya Tusker 3–1 Armée Patriotique Rwandaise  Rwanda  Rwanda
2001  Kenya Tusker 0–0*[I] Oserian  Kenya  Kenya
2002  Tanzania Simba 1–0 Prince Louis  Burundi  Zanzibar
2003  Uganda Villa 1–0 Simba  Tanzania  Uganda
2004  Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 3–1 Ulinzi Stars  Kenya  Rwanda
2005  Uganda Villa 3–0 Armée Patriotique Rwandaise  Rwanda  Tanzania
2006  Uganda Police 2–1 Moro United  Tanzania  Tanzania
2007  Rwanda Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 2–1 Uganda Revenue Authority  Uganda  Rwanda
2008  Kenya Tusker 2–1 Uganda Revenue Authority  Uganda  Tanzania
2009  Sudan ATRACO 1–0 Al-Merrikh  Sudan  Sudan
2010
Not helddagger[J]
2011  Tanzania Young Africans 1–0 Simba  Tanzania  Tanzania
2012  Tanzania Young Africans 2–0 Azam  Tanzania  Tanzania
2013  Burundi Vital'O 2–0 A.P.R.  Rwanda  Sudan
2014  Sudan Al-Merrikh 1–0 A.P.R.  Rwanda  Rwanda
Notes

A. ^ The tournament was not officially recognised.

B. ^ The tournament was halted.

C. ^ Score was 0−0 after 90 minutes and extra time. Kampala won the shootout 3−2.

D. ^ Score was 2−2 after 90 minutes and extra time. Al-Merreikh won the shootout 4−2.

E. ^ The tournament was not held.

F. ^ Score was 1−1 after 90 minutes and extra time. Simba won the shootout 5−4.

G. ^ Score was 1−1 after 90 minutes and extra time. Simba won the shootout 5−3.

H. ^ Score was 1−1 after 90 minutes and extra time. Young Africans won the shootout 4−1.

I. ^ Score was 0−0 after 90 minutes and extra time. Tusker won the shootout 3−0.

J. ^ The tournament was not held.

Winners and runners-up

Club Winners Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Simba 6 5 1974, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 2002 1975, 1978, 1981, 2003, 2011
A.F.C. Leopards1 5 3 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1997 1974, 1980, 1985
Young Africans 1975, 1993, 1999, 2011, 2012 1976, 1986, 1992
Gor Mahia2 1 1976, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1985 1984
Tusker 0 1988, 1989, 2000, 2001, 2008
Armée Patriotique Rwandaise 3 5 2004, 2007,2010 1996, 2000, 2005, 2013, 2014
Al-Merrikh 3 3 1986, 1994, 2014 1987, 1988, 2009
Villa 3 1987, 2003, 2005 1991, 1993, 1999
Kampala City Council 1 1 1978 1979
ATRACO 1 2009 None
Police 2006
Rayon Sports 1998
Vital'O 2013
Express FC 0 2 None 1994, 1995
Uganda Revenue Authority 2007, 2008
ADMARC Tigers 1 1983
Azam 2012
Coastal Union 1989
Horseed 1977
Mlandege 1998
Moro United 2006
Oserian 2001
Prince Louis 2002
Rio Tinto 1982
Ulinzi Stars 2004

1 Includes titles as Abaluhya, excluding 1967.
2 Includes titles as Luo Union.

By nation

Performance by nation
Nation[1] Winners Runners-up Winning Clubs
 Kenya 15 6 3
 Tanzania 11 11 2
 Uganda 5 8 3
 Rwanda 4 5 3
 Sudan 3 3 1
 Burundi 1 1 1
 Malawi 0 1 0
 Somalia 0 1 0
 Zimbabwe 0 1 0

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/cecafa.html
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