Welcome to AFM
With interest in African football continuing to hit new heights after the 2010 World Cup,
African Football Media (AFM)
has established itself altas a premier supplier of content from across the continent and beyond. Made up of a network of writers, editors and photographers throughout Africa working in English, French and Arabic, AFM provides articles and pictures for many high-quality outlets and offers customisable packages of original content in multiple languages - including club and national team news, columns, interviews, features, Africans abroad profiles and comprehensive tournament coverage. AFM stands alone for consistent, quality reporting on African football.

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From Cape Town to Cairo
In the last quarter-century, football in Africa has seen more growth than any other region on the planet. The arrival of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa in 2010 was the culmination of this development. The incredible number of African players in the world's top leagues as well as the emergence of a generation of popular mega-stars like Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, Samuel Eto'o, Emanuel Adebayor and many more is proof that something big is afoot on the continent. With access to the biggest names in the game, AFM can get you close to these exciting personalities and their world-class national teams. We can also take you back to the clubs and championships that produced such stars, as well as the youth and women's teams that fill out the colourful fabric of football in Africa.

Click here to read a recent sampling of AFM interviews and features that have appeared in such world-class football news outlets as FIFA.com, DPA, ESPNSoccernet.com, PasionSports and FIFA Magazine. If you are an editor of a newspaper, magazine, football website or another media outlet and you would like to find out more about AFM's exclusive content, send an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . If you are a football journalist and are interested in working for AFM, kindly e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
20 years after the birth of Bafana
A key moment in South Africa's modern history came on the football pitch when Nelson Mandela handed the 1996 AFCON trophy to winning captain Neil Tovey. African Football Media remembers the victorious campaign.
Mahrez: I like making a difference and taking risks
After another Riyad Mahrez goal at the weekend pushed Leicester City five points clear at the top of the English Premier League table, African Football Media caught up with the thrilling Algerian winger to talk about his incredible dream season.
Amuneke: Nigeria can repeat 1996 heroics
Emmanuel Amuneke speaks to AFM about the 1996 Men's Olympic Tournament, when the Nigerian 'Dream Team' beat Brazil and Argentina in back-to-back thrillers to become the first African team to win a gold medal.
Cuper: Passion in the air in Egypt

Veteran coach Hector Cuper talks to African Football Media about his new job shepherding Egypt's national team back to the FIFA World Cup for the first time in over a quarter of a century.

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