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The North African Cup was a football competition involving the then French territories of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia from 1930 to 1956. The tournament was contested between the clubs of five leagues, with Morocco and Tunisia contributing one league each, and Algeria contributing leagues from the districts of Alger, Constantine and Oran. In 1956 the cup was re-named the Algerian Cup as Morocco and Tunisia both became independent of France in that year and left the cup.

Winners of the North African Cup

  • 1930/1931: Club des Joyeusetés
  • 1931/1932: Racing Universitaire
  • 1932/1933: Club des Joyeusetés
  • 1933/1934: Club des Joyeusetés
  • 1934/1935: Club des Joyeusetés
  • 1935/1936: Italia de Tunis
  • 1936/1937: Racing Universitaire
  • 1937/1938: Olympique Marocaine
  • 1938/1939: SA Marrakech
  • 1939/1940: not held
  • 1940/1941: not held
  • 1941/1942: SA Marrakech
  • 1942/1943: not held
  • 1943/1944: not held
  • 1944/1945: not held
  • 1945/1946: not held
  • 1946/1947: US Marocaine
  • 1947/1948: US Athlétique
  • 1948/1949: WAC
  • 1949/1950: AS Saint Eugène
  • 1950/1951: SC Bel-Abbès
  • 1951/1952: FC Blida
  • 1952/1953: US Marocaine
  • 1953/1954: USSC Aïn-Témouchent
  • 1954/1955: SC Bel-Abbès
  • 1955/1956: final not played

Winners of the Algerian Cup

  • 1956/1957: AS Marine Oran
  • 1957/1958: SC Bel-Abbès
  • 1958/1959: SC Bel-Abbès
  • 1959/1960: SC Bel-Abbès
  • 1960/1961: Perrégauloise GS
  • 1961/1962: tournament not finished

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