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Hafia FCDescription : Hafia Football Club is a football club based in Conakry, Guinea. Founded in 1951, the team was known as Conacry II in the 1960s and won three titles under that name. It has dominated the African football in the 1970s. It promoted some great talents as Papa Camara, Bengally Sylla, Abdoulaye Keita, Chérif Souleymane, Petit Sory, Mamadou Aliou Kéïta, Mory Kone. Page:h205

Hafia FC
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Full nameHafia Football Club
Founded1951
GroundStade 28 Septembre
Conakry, Guinea
Ground Capacity25,000
ChairmanGuinea Lansana Béa Diallo
LeagueGuinée Championnat National
2013–14Ligue 2, 2nd (Promoted)
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Hafia Football Club is a football club based in Conakry, Guinea. Founded in 1951, the team was known as Conacry II in the 1960s and won three titles under that name. It has dominated the African football in the 1970s. It promoted some great talents as Papa Camara, Bengally Sylla, Abdoulaye Keita, Chérif Souleymane, Petit Sory, Mamadou Aliou Kéïta, Mory Kone.

Achievements

National titles

  • Guinée Championnat National: 15
Champion: 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985
  • Guinée Coupe Nationale: 3
Winner: 1992, 1993, 2002

International titles

  • African Cup of Champions Clubs: 3
Champion: 1972, 1975, 1977
  • UFOA Cup: 0
Runner-up: 1992

Performance in CAF competitions

  • African Cup of Champions Clubs: 14 appearances
1967: Quarter-finals
1968: Quarter-finals
1969: Semi-finals
1972: Champion
1973: Quarter-finals
1974: withdrew in Second Round
1975: Champion
1976: Finalist
1977: Champion
1978: Finalist
1979: Quarter-finals
1980: Second Round
1983: Second Round
1984: withdrew in First Round
  • CAF Cup Winners' Cup: 3 appearances
1993 - First Round
1994 - First Round
2003 - Second Round

Notes and references

  1. ^ Hafia FC won the first tree titles in the (1966, 1967 & 1968) under the name of Conakry II

External links

  • Hafia Conakry history - scoreshelf.com
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  • 2005: Egypt Al Ahly
  • 2006: Egypt Al Ahly
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  • 2009: Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe
  • 2010: Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe
  • 2011: Tunisia Espérance
  • 2012: Egypt Al Ahly
  • 2013: Egypt Al Ahly
  • 2014: Algeria Sétif


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