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In 1956 in Lisbon a meeting between seven delegates resulted in the formation of the Confederation of African Football and the organization planned the first tournament for the following year in Khartoum.
However, as the start date drew near, there were a few hurdles to overcome, such as the exclusion of South Africa after the apartheid regime failed to approve a multi-racial team. So with South Africa out, the tournament came down to a play-off between just three teams; Egypt, hosts Sudan and Ethiopia. Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia played the first two tournaments in odd years before the numbers increased to four, six, eight, twelve and then sixteen teams. Since the early days, North Africa – and Ghana in the west, in particular – has maintained its reputation, while the other pioneers, Ethiopia and Sudan have deteriorated. And while there have been many highlights, few African Cup of Nations tournaments have taken place without any problems. One thing is certain though – the fact that the Africa Cup of Nations (CAF) is still in existence is due to the passion for the game on the African continent.