An Algerian player attacked an Egyptian fan.  At the 1978 All-Africa Games, Algerian police attacked Egyptian players and fans during their match against Libya. Kenya • East Africa Time (EAT) •  Egypt's main exports have valued nearly one billion and 16 million EGP and included building materials, food products, metal products, copper wires, drugs, minibuses, chemical substances & water heaters. Watch Queue Queue Sri Lanka •  Ben Bella had established a special bureau designated for Arab world affairs which he dealt with cooperatively with Nasser and ties between both leaders were so strong that rumors started to appear about a Cairo-Algiers axis aimed at dominating North Africa and about Algeria's possible joining of the United Arab Republic that included Egypt and Syria. The matches were in Group C in the CAF section of the qualifying competition for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.  Jack Shenker suggests the anger was fomented primarily by the sensationalist media, with belated political endorsement.  On 23 November FIFA announced that its Executive Committee would hold an extraordinary general meeting on 2 December in Cape Town, where members were already due to meet to discuss the seedings for the World Cup, to discuss recent controversies. The Pharaohs have reacted angrily to events in Sudan... "Why French Algerians' football celebrations turned into a battle", "Egypt-Algeria World Cup anger turns violent in Cairo", "Egypt erupts in anti-Algeria riots after World Cup football defeat", "Egypt's President Mubarak enters Algeria football row", "Referee Bonaventure Koffi Codjia suspended by Caf", "Egypt not to host handball tournament in Algeria spat", "Egypt reverses decision: Will host African Championships after all", "Egypt threaten boycott after violence of Algeria tie", "Egyptian intellectuals condemn politics of soccer violence", "Syrian official: Arabs discuss football while Gazans are besieged", "Efforts to Defuse Tensions Between Algeria and Egypt", "Egypt & Algeria soccer spat reaches Arab League", "Village changes name after Algerian clashes", "Algeria, Egypt to form Selena energy joint venture", "Blatter Praises UAE Initiative to Solve Egypt-Algeria Row", "Feeble excuses for Egypt's football riots", "Mubarak adds fuel to fire as football riots spread", "A Nation's Shaken Ego Seen in a Soccer Loss", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2009_Algeria_v_Egypt_football_matches&oldid=983009726, International association football competitions hosted by Sudan, Articles with dead external links from April 2019, Articles with permanently dead external links, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 October 2020, at 18:19. Saudi Arabia •
The matches were in Group C in the CAF section of the qualifying competition for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.  Egypt's foreign ministry spoke of "Egypt's extreme displeasure with the assaults on Egyptian citizens who went to Khartoum to support the Egyptian team".
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Chihuahua, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) • After Sudan was drawn in a lottery on 11 November, the Al Merreikh Stadium in Omdurman was selected by FIFA as the venue for the play-off. , On 15 February 2002, Egypt's telecommunications giant Orascom Telecom Holding officially launched its Algeria-based branch Djezzy GSM after acquiring the country's second GSM license. The government has struggled to meet the demands of Egypt's population through economic reform and massive investment in communications and physical infrastructure. Bangalore • more information Accept.  The CAHB canvassed for a new host, with only Algeria volunteering. Algeria has a top tax rate of 35.0% as of 2016. In Egypt, that number is 32.0% of people as of 2016. Editorialist Mohamed El Dahshan reported, "In the two days preceding the game, Egyptians celebrated as if they had already won. " Lemmouchia and Halliche played with bandaged heads. A report was expected by February 2010; Algeria's place at the World Cup finals was not in jeopardy. Halifax •
Novosibirsk • There were disturbances before and after two international association football matches between Egypt and Algeria in November 2009, leading to diplomatic tensions between Egypt, Algeria, and Sudan.
Relations between both countries have been generally friendly throughout their history which dates back to Egypt's strong support for Ahmed Ben Bella's FLN during the Algerian War of Independence.