Cameroon (3rd title)
22 Jan 2000 – 13 Feb 2000
| 4 (in 4 host cities)|
| Cameroon national football team|
South Africa national football team
2002 African Cup of N, 1998 African Cup of N, 1996 African Cup of N, 1994 African Cup of N, 2004 African Cup of N
The 2000 African Cup of Nations was the 22nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the association football championship of Africa (CAF). It was co-hosted by Ghana and Nigeria, who jointly replaced Zimbabwe as host. Just like in 1998, the field of sixteen teams was split into four groups of four. Cameroon won the championship, beating Nigeria in the final 4−3 on penalty kicks.
2000 African Cup of Nations Wikipedia
Teams highlighted in green progress to the Quarter Finals.
All times local: GMT (UTC) and WAT (UTC +1)5 goals
Goalkeeper Nader El-Sayed
Defenders Papa Malick Diop
Midfielders Billel Dziri
Forwards Patrick Mboma