|V Club Crowned Congo Champions
Radio Okapi - July 12, 2018
|V Club were crowned Champions of Congo on Thursday after finishing at the top of the national football championship's Division I with 56 points (+46). TP Mazembe were runners-up with 53 points (+34) while DCMP finished with 47 (+30 ).
|Mazembe drawn against Difaa El Jadidi, ES Setif in Champions League
Cafonline.com - March 21, 2018
|The draw for the group stage of the Total CAF Champions League was held on Wednesday, 21 March 2018 in Cairo, Egypt. Ambassadors for the CAF Interclubs, Angolan Gilberto and South African Mark Fish assisted CAF General Secretary Amr Fahmy to conduct the draw.
|DR Congo Win Second African Nations Championship
Cafonline.com - February 7, 2016
|A brace from Mechak Elia and the other by Jonathan Bolingi was all DR Congo needed to beat Mali 3-0 in the final on Sunday and cruise to their second African Nations Championship (CHAN) title. Elia scored in both halves before Bolingi sealed victory with the third later as the Leopards confirmed their status at the most successful side in the history of the tournament designed exclusively for footballers playing in their domestic leagues.
|DR Congo reach final of African Nations Championship
Cafonline.com - February 3, 2016
|DR Congo edged Guinea 5-4 on penalties to reach the final of the African Nations Championship for the second time. The Congolese, winners of the maiden edition in 2009 in Cote d’Ivoire, were on the brink of victory after TP Mazembe forward Jonathan Bolingi headed them into the lead in extra time, only for Guinea to draw level with virtually the last kick through Ibrahima Sory Sankhon.
|TP Mazembe Beat USM Alger to Win 5th Champions League Title
Cafonline.com - November 8, 2015
|DR Congo giants TP Mazembe beat USM Alger 2-0 on Sunday in Lubumbashi to claim the 2015 Orange CAF Champions League title. Leading marksman Mbwana Samata scored from the spot on 75 minutes before substitute Roger Assale put the icing on cake in added-on time as Mazembe completed a double over their guests and 4-1 on aggregate to claim their fifth continental crown.
|TP Mazembe beat El Merreikh 3-0 to reach Champions League final
Cafonline.com - October 4, 2015
|Striker Mbwana Samata scored twice and Roger Assale was also on target as TP Mazembe beat El Merreikh 3-0 on Sunday in Lubumbashi to reach the final of the 2015 Orange CAF Champions League. This is the first time since 2010 that ‘Les Corbeaux’ have reached the final of the premier continental club championship,.
|El Merreikh beat TP Mazembe 2-1 in Champions League semis first leg
Cafonline.com - September 27, 2015
|Striker Bakri ‘Al Medina’ Babeker proved his status as the livewire of Sudanese side El Merreikh scoring a late winner in their 2-1 win over TP Mazembe on Saturday in Omdurman. Babeker sealed victory with a superb volley ten minutes from time and give Merreikh a first leg cushioning in the semi-final, ahead of the return leg next week in the DR Congo city of Lubumbashi.
|AS Vita's Firmin Mubele Wins CAF African Player of the Year Award
Cafonline.com - January 8, 2015
|DR Congo forward Firmin Mubele Ndombe got the crown for the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa), at the expense of Algerian duo Akram Djahnit and El Hedi Belamieri in a keen contest. The AS Vita forward garnered 136 points, seven richer than Djahnit. Belamieri finished in third position with 126 points.
|Mbokani, Mandanda named in DR Congo squad
Cafonline.com - December 30, 2014
|Striker Dieumerci Mbokani and goalkeeper Parfait Mandanda have been included in DR Congo’s 29-man provisional squad for the Orange Africa Cup of Nations Equatorial Guinea 2015. The two players, who played no part in the qualifiers, have been called-up by head coach Florent Ibenge for next year’s tournament after recovering from injuries.
|Setif Crowned African Champions for the Second Time
Cafonline.com - November 1, 2014
|A one-all draw in the second leg was all Algerian side ES Setif needed to claim the 2014 Orange CFA Champions League title. Setif were held to 1-1 draw by DR Congo outfit AS Vita in the decisive encounter held at the Mustapha Tchaker Stadium in Blida, near Algiers, but went on to annex the title on away goals after a 3-3 tie.