[Flashback] ChAN 2016: Cheminement de la RDC

Calendrier Chan 2016

L’heure indiquée pour les matchs est celle de Kinshasa (GMT+1)


Dim, 07/02 RDC 3-0 Mali

Petite finale

Dim, 07/02 Guinée 1-2 Côte d’Ivoire


Mer, 03/01 RDC 1-1 (5-4, t.a.b) Guinée
Jeu, 04/01 Mali 1-0 Côte d’Ivoire

Quart de finales

Sam, 30/01 Rwanda 1-2 RDC
Cameroun 0-3 Côte d’Ivoire
Dim, 31/01 Tunisie 1-2 Mali
Zambie 0-0 (4-5, t.a.b) Guinée

 Phase de poule

Sam, 16/01 Rwanda 1-0 Côte d’ivoire
Gabon 0-0 Maroc
Dim, 17/01 RDC 3-0 Ethiopie
Angola 0-1 Cameroun
Lun, 18/01 Tunisie 2-2 Guinée
Nigeria 4-1 Niger
Mar, 19/01 Zimbabwe 0-1 Zambia
Mali 2-2 Ouganda
Mer, 20/01 Rwanda 2-1 Gabon
Maroc 0-1 Côte d’Ivoire
Jeu, 21/01 RDC 4-2 Angola
Cameroun 0-0 Ethiopie
Ven, 22/01 Tunisie 1-1 Nigéria
Niger 2-2 Guinée
Sam, 23/01 Zimbabwe 0-1 Mali
Ouganda 0-1 Zambie
Dim, 24/01 Maroc 4-1 Rwanda
Côte d’Ivoire 4-1 Gabon
Lun, 25/01 Cameroun 3-1 RDC
Ethiopie 1-2 Angola
Mar, 26/01 Niger 0-5 Tunisie
Guinée 1-0 Nigéria
Mer, 27/01 Ouganda 0-0 Zimbabwe
Zambie 1-1 Mali

[Today in History] March 8th


2009 – National team of football win the first edition of African Nations Championship (ChAN)

Présentation de la coupe au stade des Martyrs – ChAN 2016 (RTNC)


[Today in History] February 7th



2016 – DRCongo wins Chan 2016 defeating Mali 3-0. It’s the second time they win this championship, the first occurence being 2009

RDC-Rwanda Quart de Final CHAN 2016 : Match de Football au Rapport de Forces Politique

Source: RDC-Rwanda Quart de Final CHAN 2016 : Match de Football au Rapport de Forces Politique

Rwanda has recently been named the African country that most developed in the past year. Sorry but building a country upon the blood of the neighboring nation is not a success. It’s shameful. They may praise their president but we know what he did. This victory was really needed to remind them that gains wrongfully acquired will never profit them in the end.

Chan 2016: la RDC élimine le Rwanda (2-1)

Source: Chan 2016: la RDC élimine le Rwanda (2-1)

[Today in History] January 30th



2016 – DRC beats Rwanda 2-1 in extra time, in a very political soccer game during the ChAN quarter finals.