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Participating nations

The 1957 African Cup of Nations was the first edition of the African Cup of Nations, the soccer championship of Africa (CAF). It was hosted by Sudan, and three teams participated: Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia (South Africa was disqualified because of apartheid).

In 1956 apartheid had increased its presence in South Africa, so their national team was ejected from the tournament. Ethiopia had a bye to the final, while at Stade Municipal in Khartoum, the Egyptians beat the host nation 2-1. The final was much easier for Egypt: 4-0 against Ethiopia, all the goals were scored by Ad-Diba, who finished the tournament as top scorer with 5 goals. Only two games were played to give Egypt the African Champions title.

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Semifinals

10 February 1957
Sudan  1–2  Egypt Khartoum Stadium, Khartoum
Manzul Goal 58' Raafat Ateya Goal 21' (pen)
Al-Diba (Mohamed Diab El-Attar) Goal 72'

10 February 1957
Ethiopia  walkover  South Africa

Final

16 February 1957
Egypt  4–0  Ethiopia Khartoum Stadium, Khartoum
Al-Diba (Mohamed Diab El-Attar) GoalGoalGoalGoal
 1957 African Cup of Nations Champions 

Egypt
1st title

Scorers

5 goals
  • Egypt  Mohamed Diab El-Attar
1 goal

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