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1976 African Cup of Nations qualification

 

1976 African Cup of Nations qualification

This page details the information on the matches and their outcomes for the 1976 African Cup of Nations.

Contents

  • Preliminary Round 1
  • First Round 2
  • Second Round 3
  • Qualified teams 4
  • External links 5

Preliminary Round


Mali  w/o  Lesotho

Mali advanced after Lesotho withdrew.


10 August 1975
Morocco  3 – 0  Gambia

24 August 1975
Gambia  0 – 3  Morocco

Morocco won 6–0 on aggregate.



Niger  w/o  Dahomey

Niger advanced after Dahomey withdrew.


10 August 1975
Somalia  0 – 2  Burundi

24 August 1975
Burundi  0 – 1  Somalia

Burundi won 2–1 on aggregate.


10 August 1975
Togo  1 – 0  Liberia

24 August 1975
Liberia  0 – 2  Togo

Togo won 3-0 on aggregate.


10 November 1974
Tunisia  1 – 0  Libya

22 November 1974
Libya  1 – 0  Tunisia

1-1 on aggregate; Tunisia advanced after penalty shootout.

First Round

14 September 1975
Burundi  0 – 3  Egypt

28 September 1975
Egypt  2 – 0  Burundi

Egypt won 5–0 on aggregate.


14 September 1975
Cameroon  3 – 0  Togo

28 September 1975
Togo  4 – 0  Cameroon

Togo won 4–3 on aggregate.


14 September 1975
Congo  1 – 0  Ivory Coast

28 September 1975
Ivory Coast  2 – 1  Congo

2–2 on aggregate; Congo advanced by away goals rule.


14 September 1975
Mali  3 – 1  Ghana

28 September 1975
Ghana  4 – 0  Mali

Ghana won 5–3 on aggregate.


14 September 1975
Morocco  4 – 0  Senegal

28 September 1975
Senegal  2 – 1  Morocco

Morocco won 5–2 on aggregate.


14 September 1975
Niger  2 – 4  Guinea

28 September 1975
Guinea  3 – 0  Niger

Guinea won 7–2 on aggregate.


28 September 1975
Nigeria  w/o  Central African Republic

Nigeria advanced after Central African Republic withdrew.


14 September 1975
Sudan  1 – 0  Kenya

28 September 1975
Kenya  0 – 2  Sudan

Sudan won 3–0 on aggregate.


23 March 1975
Tunisia  1 – 1  Algeria

6 May 1975
Algeria  1 – 2  Tunisia

Tunisia won 3–2 on aggregate.


Tanzania advanced after Madagascar withdrew.


14 September 1975
Uganda  4 – 0  Mauritius

28 September 1975
Mauritius  1 – 1  Uganda

Uganda won 5–1 on aggregate.


14 September 1975
Zambia  3 – 3  Malawi

28 September 1975
Malawi  1 – 6  Zambia

Zambia won 9–4 on aggregate.

Second Round

26 October 1975
Congo  0 – 1  Nigeria

11 November 1975
Nigeria  2 – 1  Congo

Nigeria won 3–1 on aggregate.


26 October 1975
Ghana  2 – 0  Morocco

9 November 1975
Morocco  2 – 0  Ghana

2–2 on aggregate; Morocco won on penalty shootout.


26 October 1975
Tanzania  1 – 1  Egypt

9 November 1975
Egypt  5 – 2  Tanzania

Egypt won 6–3 on aggregate.


26 October 1975
Togo  2 – 2  Guinea

9 November 1975
Guinea  2 – 0  Togo

Guinea won 4–2 on aggregate.


6 July 1975
Tunisia  3 – 2  Sudan

16 August 1975
Sudan  2 – 1  Tunisia

3–3 on aggregate; Sudan won by away goals rule.


26 October 1975
Zambia  2 – 1  Uganda

9 November 1975
Uganda  3 – 0  Zambia

Uganda won 4–2 on aggregate.

Qualified teams

The 8 qualified teams are:

External links

  • CAN 1976 details - 'rsssf.com'
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