#AFROFOOTBALL - November 2019 - AFRICAN FOOTBALL STORIES IN SHORT

The latest African football stories in short for November

30 Nov 2019
FIFA RANKING - JULY 2019 FOR AFRICA

African champions Algeria are biggest climbers in latest Fifa rankings

27 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - Third Place - Day 20 - Tunisia VS Nigeria - 0:1

Nigeria beat Tunisia

15 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - SEMI-FINALS - DAY 19 - Algeria VS Nigeria - 2:1


Algeria beat Nigeria to reach Africa Cup Final

14 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - QUARTER-FINALS - DAY 17 - Nigeria VS South Africa - 2:1

Nigeria progress to Semi-Finals

10 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - LAST SIXTEEN - DAY 14 - Nigeria VS Cameroon - 3:2

Nigeria progress to Quarter-Finals

6 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP B - DAY 10 - Madagascar vs Nigeria - 2:0

Madagascar defeat Nigeria

30 Jun 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP B - DAY 06 - Nigeria VS Guinea - 1:0

Nigeria beat Guinea

26 Jun 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP B - DAY 02 - Nigeria VS Burundi - 1:0

Nigeria defeat Burundi

22 Jun 2019
NATIONAL TEAMS - NIGERIA - AFRICA CUP 2019 - COACH Gernot Rohr cools title talk

"Our aim at this moment is to stay humble and not get too excited.

17 Jun 2019
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Enyimba International F.C.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 01/2016

African Champions League 2015

Full name
Enyimba International Football Club
Nicknames
Peoples' Elephant, The Aba Warriors
Founded
1976
Ground
Enyimba International Stadium
Aba, Abia, Nigeria
Capacity
25,000

Owner
Abia State Government
Chairman
Felix Anyansi Agwu
Manager
Kadiri Ikhana
League
Nigerian Premier League
2014
2nd

 

Enyimba International Football Club, or simply Enyimba, is a Nigerian football (soccer) club based in the city of Aba which plays in the Nigerian Premier League. 

Their name means People's Elephant in Igbo language and is also the nickname used for the city of Aba. 

Founded in 1976, the club rose to prominence in the 2000s and is considered the most successful Nigerian football club as they won two African Champions League titles, six Nigerian championships and four Federation Cups since 2001. 

The revenue of Enyimba FC is around 10 million euros, making them one of the richest sports clubs in Africa.