2006 CAF Super Cup

2006 CAF Super Cup
Al Ahly won 4-2 on penalties
Date 24 February 2006
Venue Cairo Stadium, Cairo
Referee Koman Coulibaly (Mali)

The 2006 CAF Super Cup was the 14th CAF Super Cup, an annual football match in Africa organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), between the winners of the previous season's two CAF club competitions, the African Cup of Champions Clubs and the CAF Confederation Cup.

The match took place on 24 February 2006, on Cairo Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, between Al Ahly, the 2005 CAF Champions League winner, and FAR Rabat, the 2005 CAF Confederation Cup winner. Al-Ahly won the match by penalty shout-out 4–2 to get his second title.


Team Qualification Previous participation (bold indicates winners)
Egypt Al Ahly 2005 CAF Champions League winner 1994, 2002
Morocco FAR Rabat 2005 CAF Confederation Cup winner None

Match details

24 February 2006
18:00 UTC+2
Al Ahly Egypt 0 - 0 Morocco FAR Rabat
4 – 2 Boubou
El Maaroufi
El Fadly
FAR Rabat
GK 1 Egypt Essam El-Hadary
RB 2Egypt Islam El-Shater  ?'
CB 4 Egypt Emad El-Nahhas
CB 5Egypt Ahmad El-Sayed
CB 7 Egypt Shady Mohamed
LB 3 Egypt Mohamed Abdelwahab  83'
CM 25Egypt Hossam Ashour
CM 14 Egypt Hassan Mostafa
AM 22Egypt Mohamed Aboutrika
CF 9Egypt Emad Moteab
CF 23Angola Flavio Amado  ?'  94'
MF 'Egypt Haitham El-Fazani  83'
MF 10Egypt Wael Riad  94'  105'
FW 18Egypt Osama Hosny  105'
Portugal Manuel José de Jesus
GK Morocco Tarik El Jarmouni
CB Morocco Noureddine Boubou  95'
CB Morocco El Houssaine Ouchla
CB Morocco Mohamed El Fadly
RM Morocco Hafid Abdessadek  ?'
CM Morocco Ahmed Ajeddou  ?'
CM Morocco Khalidi El Maaroufi  ?'
LM Morocco Yassine Naoum  112'
CF Morocco Youssef Kaddioui
CF Morocco Hakim Ajraoui  57'
CF Morocco Jaouad Akaddar
FW Morocco Adil Lotfi  57'
DF Morocco Adil Serraj  95'
MF Morocco Issam Erraki  112'
Morocco Mohamed Fakhir


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