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Palestine Cup of Nations

Palestine Cup of Nations
Founded 1972
Abolished 1977
Region Arab World
Number of teams 8
Last champions  Egypt (2nd title)
Most successful team(s)  Egypt (2 titles)

The Palestine Cup of Nations (Arabic: كأس فلسطين للأمم), is a football competition which was held between Arab countries. The tournament apparently acted as replacement for the Arab Nations Cup during the long interruption between 1966 and 1985 and did not account as the Arab Cup, it held on three occasions in Arab countries in the 1970s. The first edition was held in 1972 in Iraq.

Cup Winners

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1972
Details
 Iraq
Egypt
3 – 1
Iraq

Algeria
3 – 1
Syria
1973
Details
 Libya
Tunisia
4 – 0
Syria

Algeria
0 – 0
(3 – 0)

on penalties

Iraq
1975
Details
 Tunisia
Egypt
1 – 0
aet

Iraq

Sudan
1 – 0
Syria
1977  Saudi Arabia Cancelled Cancelled

Successful national teams

Team Titles Runners-up Third-place Fourth-place
 Egypt 2 (1972, 1975) - - -
 Tunisia 1 (1973) - - -
 Iraq - 2 (1972, 1975) - 1 (1973)
 Syria - 1 (1973) - 2 (1972, 1975)
 Algeria - - 2 (1972, 1973) -
 Sudan - - 1 (1975) -

See also

External links

  • rsssf.comPalestine Cup of Nations -
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