1994 African Cup Winners' Cup

1994 African Cup Winners' Cup
Tournament details
Dates February - 10 December 1994
Teams 35 (from 1 confederation)
Final positions
Champions DC Motema Pembe (1st title)
Runners-up Kenya Breweries
Tournament statistics
Matches played 47
Goals scored 127 (2.7 per match)

The 1994 season of the African Cup Winners' Cup football club tournament was won by Daring Club Motema Pembe in two-legged final victory against Kenya Breweries, who were later renamed to Tusker F.C. in 1999. This was the twentieth season that the tournament took place for the winners of each African country's domestic cup. Thirty-five sides entered the competition and despite the relatively small number of competitors, nine teams were either disqualified or decided to withdraw during the preliminary and first rounds of the competition, where AS Cimelta and Black Africa withdrew before 1st leg of the preliminary round, Al Ahly withdraw before the 1st leg of the first round due to political reasons while Renaissance withdrew after the 1st leg of the first round. On the other hand, teams from Benin, Uganda and Zimbabwe were disqualified because their federations were in debt to CAF; Power Dynamos were disqualified because the Zambian federation did not name its entrant in time as well as the Mauritanian side ASC SNIM. Another two teams withdrew before the 1st leg of the second round, Rayon Sports from Rwanda and LPRC Oilers from Liberia .


First leg

27 November 1994
DC Motema Pembe 2 – 2 Kenya Breweries

Second leg

External links

  • Results available on CAF Official Website
  • Results available on RSSSF
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