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Football at the Jeux de la Francophonie

Football at the Jeux de la Francophonie
Founded 1989
Current champions Congo

The football tournament in the Jeux de la Francophonie occurs every four years. It is contested by French speaking nations and usually involves the use of youth national teams. Canada and Congo are the only nations to have won the tournament twice.

Statistics

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1989
Details
Morocco
Canada
4 - 1
Morocco

Congo
3 - 2
France
1994
Details
France
France
3 - 2

Egypt

Congo
2 - 1
Morocco
1997
Details
Madagascar
Canada
0 - 0 (3-2 pen.)
Congo

Cameroon
2 - 1
Madagascar
2001
Details
Canada
Morocco
1 - 0
France

Egypt
3 - 0
Cameroon
2005
Details
Niger
Ivory Coast
3 - 0
Senegal

Burkina Faso
0 - 0 (5-4 pen.)
Cameroon
2009
Details
Lebanon
Congo
0 - 0 (5-3 pen.)
Ivory Coast

Morocco
3 - 1
Canada
2013
Details
France
Congo
2 - 1
Morocco

Senegal
0 - 0 (11-10 pen.)
Ivory Coast

Performances by Countries

Team Champions Runners-up Third-place Fourth-place
 Congo 2 (2009,2013) 1 (1997) 2 (1989,1994) -
 Canada 2 (1989,1997) - - 1 (2009)
 Morocco 1 (2001) 2 (1989,2013) 1 (2009) 1 (1994)
 France 1 (1994) 1 (2001) - 1 (1989)
 Ivory Coast 1 (2005) 1 (2009) - 1 (2013)
 Egypt - 1 (1994) 1 (2001) -
 Senegal - 1 (2005) 1 (2013) -
 Cameroon - - 1 (1997) 2 (2001,2005)
 Burkina Faso - - 1 (2005) -
 Madagascar - - - 1 (1997)

External links

  • RSSSF Archive of football at Jeux de la Francophonie
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