Algeria Top Group A

Algeria level with Argentina on 31 games without suffering a defeat, after their 4-0 victory away to Niger on day four of the second round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. Early on in the day Burkina Faso’s victory against Djibouti pushed them up to first place in group A, so Algeria needed the…

The Heroes’ Welcome

The Algerian Paralympic Delegation were welcomed back home as heroes and have been honoured for their achievements at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The delegation arrived back in Algiers, the Algerian capital, on Wednesday 8 September, where they were collected by a decorated bus from Houari Boumediene International airport. Text on the bus (pictured above)…

Frustrating Draw for Algeria

Algeria shares the spoils with Burkina Faso in their second world cup qualifier match, which resulted in a frustrating one-all draw. The Algerian National Team travelled to neighbouring North African country Morocco to dispute this counter at the Marrakesh Stadium as the Burkina Faso stadium is not deemed at a FIFA standard. The Desert Foxes…

Algerian Paralympic Heroes

As the Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games came to an end we look back the heroes that represented Algeria in the Japanese capital. A total of 12 medals were won throughout three sports, four gold, four silver and lastly you guessed it four bronze medals. First up, the four gold medallists for Algeria, Cherine Abdellaoui, Skander Djamil…

Double Silver on Penultimate Day

Algeria take their medal tally up to twelve after two silver medals were won on the penultimate day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The medals were won by Abdelkarim Krai in the 1500m T38 and Kamel Kardjena in the shot put F33. Krai managed to set a new African record in 1500m T38 final,…