The CAF Champions League, also known as the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League due to sponsorship reasons and was formerly known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs, is an annual club football competition organized by the Confederation of African Football and contested by top-division African clubs.
KUNDI D / GROUP D
- TP Mazembe ( Congo DR)
- US Monastir (Tunisia)
- Real Bamako (Mali)
- Yanga (Tanzania)
🇩🇿 JS Kabylie
The winners of the competition are determined through a round robin group stage to qualify for a double-legged knockout stage, and then a single leg final. It is widely regarded as the most prestigious club championship in African football as well as one of the most prominent football events on the global stage.
The winner of this competition will not only earn a spot in the FIFA Club World Cup, which is a competition between the champion clubs from each of the six continental confederations, but they will also play in the CAF Super Cup against the winner of the CAF Confederation Cup in the season after they win this competition. Clubs who do not qualify for the Champions League but finish in second place in their respective national leagues are eligible for the CAF Confederation Cup, which is the competition’s second tier.
The most victories belong to Egyptian teams, who have won a total of sixteen, followed by Moroccan clubs, which have seven. The countries of Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria each have three clubs that have won the championship, making them the countries with the greatest number of champions. There have been a total of 26 different clubs that have triumphed in this competition, 12 of them have done so several times. The most successful club in the history of the league is Al Ahly, which has won the championship a staggering ten times, setting a new record. Wydad Casablanca is the current reigning champion after defeating Al Ahly in the final of the 2022 tournament by a score of two goals to none.