UDEAC abbreviated Union Douanière et Economique des Etats de l'Afrique Centrale. The countries concerned are Congo (Brazzaville), Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Gabon and the Central African Republic; they played seven tournaments from 1984 until 1990.
After more than a decade, the same countries revived the competition under another name, the Coupe de la CEMAC, where CEMAC abbreviates Communauté Economique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale. The Coupe de la CEMAC is restricted to players from the participants' domestic leagues.
Year Winners Runners-Up Venue Coupe UDEAC 1984 Cameroon 2-2 Congo [5-4 pen] Congo 1985 Gabon 3-0 Congo Gabon 1986 Cameroon 4-1 Chad Equatorial Guinea 1987 Cameroon 1-0 Chad Chad 1988 Gabon 1-0 Cameroon Cameroon 1989 Cameroon 2-1 Central Afr. Rep. Central Afr. Rep. 1990 Congo 2-1 Cameroon Congo Coupe CEMAC 2003 Cameroon 3-2 Central Afr. Rep. Congo 2005 Cameroon 1-0 Chad Gabon 2006 Eq. Guinea 1-1 Cameroon [4-2 pen] Equatorial Guinea 2007 Congo 1-0 Gabon Chad 2008 Cameroon 3-0 Congo Cameroon 2009 Centr.Afr. 3-0 Eq. Guinea Central Afr. Rep. 2010 Congo 1-1 Cameroon [9-8 pen] Congo 2013 Gabon 2-0 Central Afr. Rep. Gabon
7 [ 4] Cameroon [play with amateur team in Coupe CEMAC] 3 [ 3] Congo 3 [ 1] Gabon 1 [ 3] Central African Republic 1 [ 1] Equatorial Guinea [ 3] Chad NB: number of lost finals between square brackets
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