Djibouti Cup Winners

Coupe de Djibouti (Coupe du 27 Juin)

1988    AS Port (Djibouti)                      0-0 ACPM                    [aet, 4-3 pen]
1989    AS Port (Djibouti)                      4-2 Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien
1990    AS Port (Djibouti) [inferred]
1991    Aéroport (Djibouti)                     2-1 AS Port (Djibouti)
1992    AS Compagnie Djibouti-Ethiopie (Djib.)  4-3 AS Etablissements Merill (Djibouti)
1993    Force Nationale Securité (Djibouti)     bt  ONED
1994    Balbala (Djibouti)                      0-0 AS Ali-Sabieh           [aet, 5-4 pen]
1995    Balbala (Djibouti)
1996    Balbala (Djibouti)
1997    Force Nationale de Police (Djibouti)
1998    Force Nationale de Police (Djibouti)
1999    Balbala (Djibouti)
2000    AS Port (Djibouti) 
2001    Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien
2002    Jeunesse Espoir                         bt  Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien
2003    AS Borreh                               1-1 AS Ali-Sabieh           [aet, 5-4 pen]
2004    Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien        6-2 AS Borreh
2005    Poste de Djibouti                       2-0 AS Port (Djibouti)
2006    AS Ali Sabieh                           3-0 Gendarmerie Nationale
2007    FC Société Immobilière de Djibouti      1-1 CDE-Colas               [aet, 4-3 pen]
2008    CDE/Colas                               1-1 Guelleh Batal           [aet, 4-3 pen]
2009    Guelleh Batal de la Garde Républicaine  0-0 AS Ali Sabieh           [aet, 13-12 pen]
2010    AS Port (Djibouti)                      3-2 Guelleh Batal de la Garde Républicaine 
2011    AS Port (Djibouti)                      2-0 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom
2012    Guelleh Batal de la Garde Républicaine  2-1 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom     
2013    AS Port (Djibouti)                      1-1 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom   [aet, 4-3 pen]
2014    AS Tadjourah                            1-1 Guelleh Batal           [aet, Tadjourah on pen]

NB: FNP and FNS are probably the same team; likewise the 1992 and 2001
      winners are presumably the same club.
    Jeunesse Espoir changed name to Total.
    CDE were reportedly formed in 1984 and won 6 championships,
      7 Coupes du 27 Juin and 5 Super Cups (another source credits
      them with 8 championships and 6 Coupes du 27 Juin).
    Poste de Djibouti were renamed Société Immobilière de Djibouti (Kartileh)
      on Nov 11, 2005.
    AS Port won (up to and including 2011) 6 championships,
      8 Coupes du 27 Juin and 7 (6?) Super Cups.



Super Coupe de Djibouti

[date?, 1989]	AS Port			4-2 CDE

[Oct 26, 2001]	CDE			1-0 FNP
[Oct 25, 2002]	AS Borreh		2-2 Total		    [4-3 pen]

[Nov 28, 2003]	Gendarmerie Nationale	2-1 AS Borreh

[Nov 10, 2005]	Poste Djibouti		4-0 CDE
[May 18, 2007]	SID			4-0 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom
[Nov  2, 2007]	SID			2-0 CDE/Colas

[Oct 17, 2009]  Garde Républicaine	1-1 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom   [4-2 pen]

[Oct 14, 2011]	ASAS/Djibouti Télécom	3-0 AS Port
[Nov 30, 2012]	Garde Républicaine   	2-1 AS Port
[Oct  4, 2013]	AS Port   	 	0-0 ASAS/Djibouti Télécom   [aet, 5-4 pen]
[Oct 24, 2014]  ASAS/Djibouti Télécom   3-0 AS Tadjourah

NB: Garde Républicaine's win in 2012 was their 4th; AS Port's win in 2013 their 7th

NB: CDE = Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien
    ASAS = AS Ali Sabieh
    FNP = Force Nationale de Police
    SID = Société Immobilière de Djibouti
    Garde Républicaine = Guelleh Batal

NB: Jeunesse Espoir changed name to Total.
    Poste de Djibouti were renamed Société Immobilière de Djibouti (Kartileh)
      on Nov 11, 2005.

* 4th win

About this document

Thanks to Barry Baker

Sources: [Oli 95], [Ric 99], [Tra 02].

Prepared and maintained by José Batalha and Hans Schöggl for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: José Batalha and Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 30 Oct 2014

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