West African Club Championship

The WAFU Club Cup or also English: West African Club Championship (French: Coupe de l' UFOA ), is a football club competition in Western Africa, who played since 1977 with a 9- year hiatus annually and of the West African Football Union ( WAFU ), a subsidiary organization of the CAF is organized. He is also under the name of General Eyadema Cup, named after the former president of Togo, known.

Were eligible to participate until 1999, their second- placed teams in the national leagues of the 16 member countries of the WAFU. After the revival of the 2009 competition he is open to each top-ranked teams in the national leagues who could not qualify for the African club competitions CAF Champions League CAF Confederation Cup itself. It was played through to the final in pure knockout system with return game. Since 1998 will take place after the quarter-finals, a final tournament with the remaining four teams each in a host country to determine the winner instead.

The finals and prize