CAF (Confederation of African Football)
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) was founded in 1957 by three countries: Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan, playing the first African Nations Cup that year. It was not, however, until 1960 and the independence of a large amount of African countries that the CAF took on the appearance of a genuine Continental Federation.
CECAFA East & Central Africa
CECAFA Challenge Cup (Editions): 1989
Numerous Irish-named players playing for both National team and Premier League teams
COSAFA Southern Africa
National Soccer League Castle League (Top Division)
Bloemfontein Celtic, with the name of the famous Glasgow Irish Soccer Club played in the National Soccer League.
Cabral Cup (Editions): 1997