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1962 African Cup of Nations Final

1962 African Cup of Nations Final
Event 1962 African Cup of Nations
After extra time
Date 21 January 1962
Venue Hailé Sélassié Stadium, Addis Ababa
Referee Wilson Brooks (Uganda)
Attendance 30,000

The 1962 African Cup of Nations Final was a Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Ethiopia beat United Arab Republic 4−2 after extra time, winning their 1st and only title.[1]

Route to the final

Ethiopia Round United Arab Rep.
Opponent Result Knockout stage Opponent Result
 Tunisia 4–2 Semifinals  Uganda 2–1



21 January 1962
Ethiopia  4–2
 United Arab Republic
Tekle Goal 74'
Worku Goal 84'118'
Vassalo Goal 101'
Badawi Goal 35'75'
GK ' Gila-Michael Tekle-Mariam
' Asmelash Berhe
' Awade Mohammed
' Kiflom Araya
' Berhe Goitom
' Tesfaye Gebremedhin
' Girma Tekle Substituted off ?'
' Italo Vassalo
' Luciano Vassalo
' Mengistu Worku
' Getachew Wolde
' Tekle Kidane Substituted in ?'
Ydnekatchew Tessema
Slavko Milošević
GK ' Adel Hekal
' Ahmed Moustafa
' Raafat Ateya
' Tarek Selim
' Rifaat El-Fanagily
' Mohammed Badawi
' Mohammed Seddiq 'Shehta'
' Badawi Abdel Fattah
' Saleh Selim
' Taha Ismail
' Mimi El-Sherbini
Mohamed El-Guindy
Hanafy Bastan


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