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Listed below are the dates and results for the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds for the African zone (CAF). For an overview of the qualification rounds, see the article 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification.

A total of 38 CAF teams entered the competition. However, and both withdrew before the draw was made. The African Zone was allocated 5 places (out of 32) in the final tournament.

There would be two rounds of play:
  • First Round: Cameroon, Nigeria, Morocco and Egypt, the 4 best ranked teams according to FIFAmarker, received byes and advanced to the Final Round directly. The remaining 32 teams were paired up to play knockout matches on a home-and-away basis. The winners would advance to the Final Round.
  • Final Round: The 20 teams were divided into 5 groups of 4 teams each. The teams would play against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners would qualify.


First Round

June 2, 1996, Khartoummarker, Sudanmarker - 2 - 0

June 16, 1996, Lusakamarker, Zambiamarker - 3 - 0

Zambia advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-2.

June 1, 1996, Windhoekmarker, Namibiamarker - 2 - 0

June 16, 1996, Maputomarker, Mozambiquemarker - 1 - 1

Namibia advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-1.

June 8, 1996, Dar Es Salaammarker, Tanzania - 0 - 0

June 17, 1996, Accramarker, Ghanamarker - 2 - 1

Ghana advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 2-1.

June 2, 1996, Mbabanemarker, Swazilandmarker - 0 - 1

June 16, 1996, Librevillemarker, Gabonmarker - 2 - 0

Gabon advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-0.

June 1, 1996, Kampalamarker, Uganda - 0 - 2

June 16, 1996, Luandamarker, Angolamarker - 3 - 1

Angola advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 5-1.

June 2, 1996, Curepipemarker, Mauritiusmarker - 1 - 5

June 16, 1996, Kinshasamarker, Zairemarker - 2 - 0

Zaire advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 7-1.

June 1, 1996, Blantyremarker, Malawimarker - 0 - 1

June 15, 1996, Johannesburgmarker, South Africa - 3 - 0

South Africa advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 4-0.

June 2, 1996, Antananarivomarker, Madagascarmarker - 1 - 2

June 15, 1996, Dakarmarker, Senegalmarker - 2 - 2

Zimbabwe advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 4-3.

June 1, 1996, Bissaumarker, Guinea-Bissaumarker - 3 - 2

June 16, 1996, Conakrymarker, Guineamarker - 3 - 1

Guinea advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 5-4.

June 2, 1996, Kigalimarker, Rwandamarker - 1 - 3

June 16, 1996, Tunismarker, Tunisiamarker - 2 - 0

Tunisia advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 5-1.

June 2, 1996, Brazzavillemarker, Congomarker - 2 - 0

June 16, 1996, Abidjanmarker, Côte d'Ivoiremarker - 1 - 1

Republic of the Congo advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-1.

June 2, 1996, Nairobimarker, Kenyamarker - 3 - 1

June 14, 1996, Algiersmarker, Algeriamarker - 1 - 0

Kenya advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-2.

June 2, 1996, Bujumburamarker, Burundimarker - 1 - 0

June 15, 1996, Freetownmarker, Sierra Leonemarker - 0 - 1

Burundi advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 2-0 but withdrew before the Final Round started, so Sierra Leone took their place and advanced to the Final Round.

May 31, 1996, Nouakchottmarker, Mauritaniamarker - 0 - 0

June 16, 1996, Ouagadougoumarker, Burkina Fasomarker - 2 - 0

Burkina Faso advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 2-0.

June 2, 1996, Lomémarker, Togomarker - 2 - 1

June 15, 1996, Dakarmarker, Senegalmarker - 1 - 1

Togo advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 3-2.

June 1, 1996, Banjulmarker, Gambiamarker - 2 - 1

June 23, 1996, Accramarker, Ghanamarker - 4 - 0

Liberia advanced to the Final Round by the aggregate score of 5-2.

Final Round

Group 1

November 9, 1996, Lagosmarker, Nigeriamarker - 2 - 0

November 10, 1996, Conakrymarker, Guineamarker - 3 - 1

January 12, 1997, Nairobimarker, Kenyamarker - 1 - 1

January 12, 1997, Ouagadougoumarker, Burkina Fasomarker - 0 - 2

April 5, 1997, Lagosmarker, Nigeriamarker - 2 - 1

April 6, 1997, Nairobimarker, Kenyamarker - 4 - 3

April 27, 1997, Ouagadougoumarker, Burkina Fasomarker - 1 - 2

April 27, 1997, Nairobimarker, Kenyamarker - 1 - 0

June 7, 1997, Lagosmarker, Nigeriamarker - 3 - 0

June 8, 1997, Conakrymarker, Guineamarker - 3 - 1

August 16, 1997, Bobo-Dioulassomarker, Burkina Fasomarker - 2 - 4

August 17, 1997, Conakrymarker, Guineamarker - 1 - 0

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 6 4 1 1 10 4 6 13
2 6 4 0 2 10 5 5 12
3 6 3 1 2 11 12 -1 10
4 6 0 0 6 7 17 -10 0


Nigeria qualified.

Group 2

November 8, 1996, Cairomarker, Egyptmarker - 7 - 1

November 10, 1996, Accramarker, Ghanamarker - 0 - 1

January 11, 1997, Windhoekmarker, Namibiamarker - 0 - 0

January 12, 1997, Tunismarker, Tunisiamarker - 1 - 0

April 6, 1997, Accramarker, Ghanamarker - 1 - 0

April 6, 1997, Windhoekmarker, Namibiamarker - 1 - 2

April 26, 1997, Windhoekmarker, Namibiamarker - 2 - 3

April 27, 1997, Tunismarker, Tunisiamarker - 2 - 0

June 8, 1997, Monroviamarker, Liberiamarker - 1 - 2

June 8, 1997, Cairomarker, Egyptmarker - 0 - 0

August 17, 1997, Cairomarker, Egyptmarker - 5 - 0

August 17, 1997, Tunismarker, Tunisiamarker - 4 - 0

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 6 5 1 0 10 1 9 16
2 6 3 1 2 15 5 10 10
3 6 1 1 4 2 10 -8 4
4 6 1 1 4 6 17 -11 4


Tunisia qualified.

Group 3

November 9, 1996, Johannesburgmarker, South Africa - 1 - 0

November 10, 1996, Pointe-Noiremarker, Congomarker - 1 - 0

January 11, 1997, Lusakamarker, Zambiamarker - 0 - 0

January 12, 1997, Kinshasamarker, Zairemarker - 1 - 1

April 6, 1997, Pointe-Noiremarker, Congomarker - 2 - 0

April 9, 1997, Hararemarker, Zimbabwemarker - 2 - 2

April 27, 1997, Lusakamarker, Zambiamarker - 3 - 0

April 27, 1997, Lomémarker, Togomarker - 1 - 2

In May 1997, Zaire were renamed the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo DR).

June 8, 1997, Pointe-Noiremarker, Congomarker - 1 - 0

June 8, 1997, Johannesburgmarker, South Africa - 3 - 0

August 16, 1997, Johannesburgmarker, South Africa - 1 - 0

August 16, 1997, Lusakamarker, Zambiamarker - 2 - 0

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 6 4 1 1 7 3 4 13
2 6 3 1 2 5 5 0 10
3 6 2 2 2 7 6 1 8
4 (formerly ) 6 0 2 4 4 9 -5 2


South Africa qualified.

Group 4

November 10, 1996, Luandamarker, Angolamarker - 2 - 1

November 10, 1996, Lomémarker, Togomarker - 2 - 4

January 12, 1997, Hararemarker, Zimbabwemarker - 3 - 0

January 12, 1997, Yaoundémarker, Cameroonmarker - 0 - 0

April 6, 1997, Luandamarker, Angolamarker - 3 - 1

April 6, 1997, Yaoundémarker, Cameroonmarker - 1 - 0

April 27, 1997, Hararemarker, Zimbabwemarker - 0 - 0

April 27, 1997, Yaoundémarker, Cameroonmarker - 2 - 0

June 8, 1997, Luandamarker, Angolamarker - 1 - 1

June 8, 1997, Lomémarker, Togomarker - 2 - 1

August 17, 1997, Lomémarker, Togomarker - 1 - 1

August 17, 1997, Hararemarker, Zimbabwemarker - 1 - 2

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 6 4 2 0 10 4 6 14
2 6 2 4 0 7 4 3 10
3 6 1 1 4 6 7 -1 4
4 6 1 1 4 6 14 -8 4


Cameroon qualified.

Group 5

November 9, 1996, Rabatmarker, Moroccomarker - 4 - 0

November 10, 1996, Librevillemarker, Gabonmarker - 1 - 1

January 11, 1997, Freetownmarker, Sierra Leonemarker - 1 - 0

January 12, 1997, Kumasimarker, Ghanamarker - 2 - 2

April 5, 1997, Freetownmarker, Sierra Leonemarker - 1 - 1

April 6, 1997, Librevillemarker, Gabonmarker - 0 - 4
This match was abandoned at 0-4, and the result was verified by FIFA.


April 26, 1997, Freetownmarker, Sierra Leonemarker - 0 - 1

April 27, 1997, Accramarker, Ghanamarker - 3 - 0

June 7, 1997, Casablancamarker, Moroccomarker - 1 - 0

August 17, 1997, Casablancamarker, Moroccomarker - 2 - 0

August 17, 1997, Obuasimarker, Ghanamarker - 0 - 2

Gabon vs Sierra Leone was not played, since neither team could advance with a win.

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 6 5 1 0 14 2 12 16
2 5 2 1 2 4 6 -2 7
3 6 1 3 2 7 7 0 6
4 5 0 1 4 1 11 -10 1


Morocco qualified.

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