Central African Republic

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Teams participating in Central African Republic competitions:

  • Bangui
  • Bimbo
  • Mbaiki
  • Berberati
  • Kaga Bandoro
  • Bozoum
  • Carnot
  • Sibut
  • Bambari
  • Bria
  • Bouar
  • Bossangoa
  • Nola
  • Bangassou
  • Damara
  • Mobaye
  • Paoua
  • Boda
  • Ippy
  • Batangafo
  • Alindao
  • Zemio
  • Kabo
  • Bouca
  • Obo
  • Ndele
  • Kembe
  • Mongoumba
  • Birao
  • Gamboula
  • Kouango
  • Baoro
  • Boali
  • Ouadda
  • Gambo
  • Ouango
  • Zoutinga
  • Zourou
  • Zouniaka
  • Zoungouyassi
  • Zoungakpio
  • Zounga
  • Zoundouli
  • Zoumangwa
  • Zoumanga
  • Zoumako
  • Zoulouma
  • Zoula
  • Zoukoutoumiala
  • Zouhouli
  • Zouhou
  • Zougo
  • Zouginindja
  • Zougao
  • Zoubingui
  • Zouasa
  • Zongo
  • Zobe
  • Zipo
  • Zingo Dwete
  • Zinga
  • Zinda
  • Zime
  • Zimbia
  • Ziko
  • Zenie
  • Zenia
  • Zazigba
  • Zaoka
  • Zangba
  • Zangandou
  • Zanbour
  • Zambourou
  • Zambe
  • Zamba
  • Zamahou
  • Zalo
  • Zakoza
  • Zagoua
  • Zabe
  • Younga
  • Youkou
  • Youhamba
  • Yota
  • Yongofongo
  • Yongo Bereke
  • Yombo Bac
  • Yetomane
  • Yere
  • Yeoua
  • Yenguere
  • Yengue
  • Yedingue
  • Yawada
  • Yatigandza
  • Yatchi
  • Yatagba
  • Yassibazanga
  • Yassezo II
  • Yaraoua

The names of the 100 largest cities in the country were used. Where it was not possible, names from Ancient Greek mythology were used