1982 Amílcar Cabral Cup

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1982 Amílcar Cabral Cup
Tournament details
Host countryCape Verde
DatesFebruary 11–19
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsFlag of Guinea.svg  Guinea (2nd title)
Runners-upFlag of Senegal.svg  Senegal
Third placeFlag of Mali.svg  Mali
Tournament statistics
Matches played16
Goals scored33 (2.06 per match)

The 1982 Amílcar Cabral Cup was held in Praia, Cape Verde.


Group stage

Group A

Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg  Cape Verde 4320142+2
Flag of Mali.svg  Mali 3311152+3
Flag of The Gambia.svg  Gambia 33111440
Flag of Mauritania (1959-2017).svg  Mauritania 2310238–5
Mali  Flag of Mali.svg4 – 0Flag of Mauritania (1959-2017).svg  Mauritania
Cape Verde  Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg2 – 0Flag of The Gambia.svg  Gambia
Cape Verde  Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg1 – 0Flag of Mali.svg  Mali
Gambia  Flag of The Gambia.svg3 – 1Flag of Mauritania (1959-2017).svg  Mauritania
Mali  Flag of Mali.svg1 – 1Flag of The Gambia.svg  Gambia
Mauritania  Flag of Mauritania (1959-2017).svg2 – 1Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg  Cape Verde

Group B

Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal 5321041+3
Flag of Guinea.svg  Guinea 4312021+1
Flag of Sierra Leone.svg  Sierra Leone 2310224–2
Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg  Guinea-Bissau 1301213–2
Senegal  Flag of Senegal.svg1 – 1Flag of Guinea.svg  Guinea
Sierra Leone  Flag of Sierra Leone.svg2 – 1Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg  Guinea-Bissau
Guinea  Flag of Guinea.svg1 – 0Flag of Sierra Leone.svg  Sierra Leone
Senegal  Flag of Senegal.svg1 – 0Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg  Guinea-Bissau
Guinea  Flag of Guinea.svg0 – 0Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg  Guinea-Bissau
Senegal  Flag of Senegal.svg2 – 0Flag of Sierra Leone.svg  Sierra Leone

Knockout stage


Senegal  Flag of Senegal.svg1 – 0Flag of Mali.svg  Mali
Guinea  Flag of Guinea.svg1 – 0Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg  Cape Verde

Third place match

Mali  Flag of Mali.svg2 – 1Flag of Cape Verde (1975-1992).svg  Cape Verde


Guinea  Flag of Guinea.svg3 – 0Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal

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