- No nation has taken part in all 6 editions of CHAN
- Uganda, RD Congo and Zimbabwe hold the record of most participating nations at CHAN
- Togo is the only country that will be taking part in its maiden edition of the CHAN
CHAN Cameroon 2020 will be the 6th edition of biennial football tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football with the particularity of being a competition reserved for home based players, evolving in their respective home championship.
Since its inception in 2009, CHAN has got its regulars who have almost always responded present in the final phase of the competition:
Uganda, RD Congo and Zimbabwe hold the record of most participating nations at CHAN. They will be making their 5th appearance each in with RD Congo being the most successful of all. The Congolese were crowed champion in 2 editions (2009 in Côte d’ivoire and 2016 in Rwanda). Uganda stands as the least performing nation in this trio. In 5 participations, “the cranes” have never crossed the group stages. Zimbabwe on its part ended up 4th in 2014.
It’s also good to know that Togo is the only country that will be taking part in its maiden edition of the CHAN. The Sparrowhawks outplayed Benin and especially Nigeria in the second round of the West Region B to book their ticket for CHAN Cameroon.
It’s finally good to note that no nation has taken part in all 6 editions of CHAN.
Good to know, good to go!