CAF (Confederation of African Football)
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) was founded in 1957 by three countries: Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan, playing the first African Nations Cup that year. It was not, however, until 1960 and the independence of a large amount of African countries that the CAF took on the appearance of a genuine Continental Federation.
Bloemfontein, South AfricaG
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Confederation of African Football Team Nicknames
CECAFA East & Central Africa
CECAFA Challenge Cup (Editions): 1989
Numerous Irish-named players playing for both National team and Premier League teams
COSAFA Southern Africa
COSAFA Castle Cup (Editions): 2000 1997
National Soccer League Castle League (Top Division)
Bloemfontein Celtic, with the name of the famous Glasgow Irish Soccer Club played in the National Soccer League.
Cabral Cup (Editions): 1997