List of African cup of Nations winners, AFCON champions, History

African Cup of Nations champions List, AFCON Winners Since 1957. 

- Here is complete list of the winners of the Africa Cup of Nations from 1957 to 2024.

Africa cup of nations, afcon, CAN, champions, winners, history, List, results, since 1957, 2021-2022


Brief History of Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON stats, Facts.

The Africa Cup of Nations is also known as "African Cup of nation" or "AFCON".

Its French words"Coupe d'Afrique des Nations".

This tournament is played under the supervision of continental organization Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The first of Africa Cup of Nations was held in Sudan & the first AFCON winner is Egypt who beats the Sudan on 1957.

Since 1968 the Africa Cup of Nations has been held after every 2 years.

Currently, the 35st edition of the African Cup of Nations 2024 (#AFCON2025) will be held in Morocco.

In the 1st unit of Africa Cup of Nations were only three national teams, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia.

The number of teams was reached till 16 in 1998 & Next in 2023 Ivory Coast 24 teams is playing.

The most successful team in Africa Cup of Nations is Egypt, who won the most AFCON titles with 7 times in the Full list of AFCON winners..

 And Ghana is ranked in the List of Most-time Afcon champios with 4th times, -- Cameroon is ranked 2ND in the list of Afcon winners, who have won the titles 5th times since 1957.

RECENT: Host nation Ivory Coast to a remarkable Africa Cup of Nations title with a 2-1 victory over Nigeria in the AFCON final.

Previously:  Africa Cup of Nations 2022 winning team is Senegal who beats Egypt, 5-4 on pen.

Who Won the Most AFCON titles, Highest Winning teams in Africa Cup Nations.?

Egypt is the most successful nation in the AFCON Cup's history, winning the tournament a record of seven times (including when Egypt was known as the United Arab Republic between 1958 and 1961), 

Followed by Cameroon won the Africa Cup of Nations title 5 times, & Ghana is the third Best AFCON team who won the AFCON tile Four times in AFCON History

Who won the Last AFCON title, African cup of Nations 2022 champions.?

Sadio Mane showed bravery and mental strength in an early squandered penalty to power Senegal to their first African title in Cameroon.

It was a first Cup of Nations success for the West African country after two lost finals in 2002 and 2019.

But he put the trauma behind him to step up and take the decisive kick in the post-match shootout to see his country to a 4-2 win on penalties.

Who is the Current AFCON champions.? 2024 African Cup of Nations winner.

The Elephants of Ivory Coast came from behind to complete a dramatic recovery and redemption on home soil at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations as they claimed a third continental title by beating Nigeria 2-1 in Abidjan on Sunday.

The Super Eagles had taken a first-half lead, against the run of play, through their captain William Troost-Ekong, but goals from Franck Kessie and Sebastian Haller condemned Nigeria to their fifth defeat in eight appearances in AFCON finals.

Ivory Coast's success sees them add this year's title to those claimed in 1992 and 2015, while this win also allows them to join Nigeria on three Cup of Nations triumphs overall.


Women's Africa Cup of Nations Winners, AFCON Women's past champions, runner-up, History.

When & where is the next AFCON 2025: African Cup of Nations fixtures, schedule dates.

The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations is scheduled to be the 34th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, will be hosted by the Ivory Coast, the second time the country would host the AFCON Cup.

The next Africa Cup of Nations is in 2025 and will take place in Morocco.

It will be the second time the north African nation has staged the finals. They first hosted the AFCON in 1988 and were scheduled to do so again in 2015, but the tournament had to be relocated to Equatorial Guinea due to the Ebola virus outbreak.

The 2025 tournament was initially slated to take place in June and July, 2025.

However, the scheduling is now uncertain due to the FIFA Club World Cup revamped competition will be staged in the United States from June 15 to July 13, 2025.


African Cup of Nations Past Winners List, AFCON Champions 1957-2024.

A complete list of all-Time past African Cup of Nations winners, AFCON Winners since 1957--2024.

List of Past AFCON winners: 

Years       winners       Runner-up 

2023  -  Ivory Coast  2 - 1  Nigeria,  AFCON final 2024

2021-22  --  Senegal  0 - 0  (5-4)
Egypt  , AFCON 2022 Final.

2019  -     Senegal    0  -   1    Algeria  -  ( BounedJah  goal ).

2017      Cameroon     2-1    Egypt 

2015       Ivory Coast   9-8   Ghana (pen)

2013        Nigeria    1-0    Burkina Faso

2012        Zambia    8-7    Ivory Coast ( pen)

2010        Egypt    1-0    Ghana

2008        Egypt    1-0    Cameroon

2006        Egypt     4-2    Ivory Coast ( pen)

2004        Tunisia    2-1    Morocco

2002        Cameroon    3-2    Senegal ( pen)

2000        Cameroon    4-3    Nigeria ( pen)

1998        Egypt    2-0    South Africa

1996        South Africa    2-0    Tunisia

1994        Nigeria     2-1    Zambia

1992        Ivory Coast    11-10    Ghana ( pen)

1990        Algeria     1-0     Nigeria

1988        Cameroon    1-0    Nigeria

1986        Egypt    5-4     Cameroon ( pen)

1984        Cameroon    3-1     Nigeria

1982        Ghana     7-6     Libya ( pen)

1980        Nigeria    3-0     Algeria

1978        Ghana    2-0     Uganda

1976        Morocco  ( final not held)

1974        Zaire     2-2     Zambia (Zaire won replay 2-0)

1972        Congo    3-2    Mali

1970        Sudan    3-2    Ghana

1968        Congo DR    1-0    Ghana

1965        Ghana    3-2    Tunisia (aet)

1963        Ghana    3-0    Sudan

1962        Ethiopia     4-2    United Arab Republic (aet)

1959        United Arab Republic    2-1    Sudan

1957        Egypt    4-0    Ethiopia

Which country has won the most Africa Cup of Nations titles, Afcon champs..

7 Egypt     

5 -  Cameroon       

4 -  Ghana,  

3 -  Ivory Coast in 2024, Nigeria        

2 -   Congo DR,   Algeria  - 2019... 

1  -  Tunisia ,  Sudan  ,   Morocco,  Ethiopia  ,  South Africa,   Congo ,   Zambia & SENEGAL in 2021-22..