Sports Delay in the CEMAC Cup Although it was announced that the championship would be held this next March 2, sources of the organization have announced its delay.


The seventh edition of the soccer cup of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC), which should have started on March 2 in Woleu Ntem, to the north of Gabon, has been postponed for the first two weeks of the same month, as announced by official sources of the organization, who did not add further details on the reasons for the postponement.

The CEMAC Cup is a soccer tournament in which Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Gabon, Chad, Congo and the Central African Republic have played since 1984.

Last year’s edition of the CEMAC Cup was won by the Congo, the organizing and host country in that edition.