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1984 African Cup Winners' Cup

1984 African Cup Winners' Cup
Tournament details
Dates April - 30 December 1984
Teams 35 (from 1 confederation)
Final positions
Champions El Ahly (1st title)
Runners-up Canon Yaoundé
Tournament statistics
Matches played 63
Goals scored 152 (2.41 per match)

The 1984 season of the African Cup Winners' Cup football club tournament was won by El Ahly in two-legged final victory against Canon Yaoundé. This was the tenth season that the tournament took place for the winners of each African country's domestic cup. Thirty-five sides entered the competition, with CAP Owendo and Horoya AC withdrawing before the 1st leg of the first round.

Preliminary round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Avia Sports ——1 GD Lage 0-0 abd
Mighty Barolle 3-0 Banjul Hawks FC 3-0 0-0
Panthères Noires 1-1 FC Inter Star 0-0 1-1
  • 1:2nd leg abandoned at 1-0 for Lage after 80 minutes due to darkness; Avia Sports qualified

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
OC Agaza ——1 CAP Owendo w/o w/o
El Ahly 5-1 CLAS Casablanca 3-1 2-0
Al Merreikh 2-0 KMKM Zanzibar 1-0 1-0
El Mokawloon SC 7-2 Horsed F.C. 7-0 0-2
Canon Yaoundé 4-1 Avia Sports 3-0 1-1
Desportos da Costa do Sol 1-2 Villa SC 0-2 1-0
ASC Diaraf 3-2 Mighty Blackpool 2-0 1-2
Dinamo Fima 6-2 Mbabane Highlanders 6-1 0-1
Enugu Rangers ——2 Horoya AC w/o w/o
Étoile Sportive du Sahel 1-2 Al Ahly (Tripoli) 1-1 0-1
ASF Police 1-0 Raja Casablanca 1-0 0-0
Great Olympics 4-0 Djoliba Athletic Club 0-0 4-0
MP Alger 4-2 Racing Club de Bobo 4-0 0-2
Mighty Barolle 3-4 AS Vita Club 2-1 1-3
Panthères Noires 7-0 Scarlets 0-0 0-2
Red Arrows F.C. 12-2 Linare FC 9-1 3-1
Requins de l'Atlantique FC 2-4 ASEC Abidjan 2-1 0-3
  • 1:CAP Owendo were disbanded by the Gabon government before 1st leg.
  • 2:Horoya AC withdrew before 1st leg due to death of Guinea's president Ahmed Sekou Touré.

Second round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Al-Merreikh 0-2 El Mokawloon SC 0-0 0-2
ASC Diaraf 2-4 Al Ahly (Tripoli) 2-1 0-3
Dinamo Fima 0-2 Canon Yaoundé 0-1 0-1
Enugu Rangers 2-0 OC Agaza 1-0 1-0
Great Olympics 2-3 ASEC Abidjan 2-1 0-2
MP Alger 2-3 El Ahly 1-0 1-3
Scarlets 1-5 Villa SC 0-3 1-2
AS Vita Club 2-2 Red Arrows F.C. 2-1 0-1

Quarterfinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
El Mokawloon SC 2-2 Villa SC 1-0 1-2
ASEC Abidjan 3-4 El Ahly 2-1 1-3
Canon Yaoundé 5-3 Enugu Rangers 5-0 0-3
Red Arrows F.C. 2-3 Al Ahly (Tripoli) 2-0 0-3

Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
El Ahly 1-1 El Mokawloon SC 0-0 1-1
Canon Yaoundé 1-11 Al-Ahly (Tripoli) 1-0 0-1
  • 1:Al Ahly (Tripoli) won 5-4 on PSO.

Final

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Canon Yaoundé1 1-12 El Ahly 1-0 0-1
  • 1:Al-Ahly (Tripoli) withdrew before the final for political reasons (refusing to play Egyptian teams) and were replaced by Canon Yaoundé
  • 2:Al Ahly won 4-2 on PSO.
African Cup Winners' Cup Winners

El Ahly
First title

External links

  • Results available on CAF Official Website
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