Many of the nations participating in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia have a memorable story and milestone in world football's greatest showpiece. Africa's representatives in this World Cup are no different. The African Pride gives you the World Cup story of Africa's five representatives in the 2018 FIFAWorld Cup.
Episodes in this series
African Pride: Nigeria's history makers14 June 2018 | 15 Minute Listen
In 1994, Nigeria became the first African nation to finish as group winners in the group stage of a Fifa World Cup. Since then, the Super Eagles' World Cup run has been a mixture of history-making and disappointment. Christophe Bongo shares Nigeria's World Cup story.
African Pride: Tunisia World Cup joy and despair08 June 2018 | 11 Minute Listen
In 1978, Tunisia became the first African nation to win a game in a Fifa World Cup. Since then, the Carthage Eagles have struggled to have any impact in world football's major showpiece. Can Tunisia make an impact in Russia? Christophe Bongo shares with you Tunisia's World Cup story.
African Pride: Senegal's World Cup Dream30 May 2018 | 11 Minute Listen
Senegal shocked the football world by beating reigning champions France in the opening match of the 2002 Fifa World Cup. In 2018, the Lions of Teranga will make their first World Cup appearance since their memorable run in 2002. Christophe Bongo brings you Senegal's World Cup story.