Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Winners Listed Fully
The Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, AKA WAFCON, was first contested in 1991. But at that time it wasn’t held every two years until in 1998 when the Confederation of African Football (CAF) changed the format.
Nigeria’s Super Falcons are the most successful team in the international women’s football competition’s history.
The Falcons are the most successful WAFCON record holder having won all (11 titles) except three which were won by Equatorial Guinea and South Africa.
And on those two occasions Equatorial Guinea won the two competitions, they were also the host nation.
It is the WAFCON, which is today called TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations for sponsorship reasons, that serves as a qualifying tournament for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Let’s now see the full list of Women AFCON Winners Since 1991.
Meanwhile, the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations’ latest Champion is South Africa’s women’s national football team.
African Female Nations Cup Winners
|1991||Home sites||Nigeria||Cameroon||6-0 on aggregate|
|1995||Home sites||Nigeria||South Africa||11-2 on aggregate|
|2000||South Africa||Nigeria||South Africa||2-0 after the match was abandoned|
|2008||Equatorial Guinea||Equatorial Guinea||South Africa||2-1|
|2010||South Africa||Nigeria||Equatorial Guinea||4-2|
|2012||Equatorial Guinea||Equatorial Guinea||South Africa||4-0|
|2018||Ghana||Nigeria||South Africa||0-0 AET (4-3 on penalties)|
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