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The Congo women's national football team represents the Congo in international football. Congo took part in the first African Championship in 1991, but withdrew before the tournament began.
The Congo women's national handball team is the national team of Republic of the Congo . It takes part in international handball competitions.
The Congo women's national basketball team is the women's national basketball team of the Republic of the Congo. It is administered by the Fédération Congolaise de Basketball.
Étoile du Congo is a Congolese football club based in Brazzaville.
The Benin national football team, nicknamed Les Écureuils (The Squirrels), represents Benin in men's international association football and is controlled by the Benin Football Federation. They were known as the Dahomey national football team until 1975, when Republic of Dahomey became Benin.
Benin took part in the 2008 Summer Olympics, which were held in Beijing, China from 8 to 24 August 2008. The country's participation at Beijing marked its eighth consecutive appearance in the summer Olympics since its debut in 1972, and its ninth Olympic appearance ever.
The DR Congo national football team, recognised by FIFA as Congo DR , represents DR Congo in men's international football and it's controlled by the Congolese Association Football Federation. They are nicknamed the Leopards., The team represents FIFA and Confederation of African Football (CAF).
The DR Congo national basketball team represents DR Congo in men's international basketball competitions, it's controlled by the Basketball Federation of Democratic Republic of Congo. (French: République démocratique du Congo Fédération de basket-ball) The team has appeared in the FIBA Africa Championship, but has yet to appear in the FIBA World Championship.
DR Congo national football team have appeared in the finals of the FIFA World Cup on one occasion in 1974 when they were known as Zaire. They were the first Sub-Saharan African team to participate in a World Cup Finals.