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WAFUNGAJI Bora CAF Champions League 2023/2024

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Top Scorers in CAF Champions League 2023/2024
  1. Sankara Karamoko – ASEC Mimosas = 4.
  2. Abdelraouf Benguit – CR Belouizdad = 3.
  3. Pacome Zouzou – Yanga SC = 3.
  4. Hussein El Shahat – Al Ahly SC = 3.
  5. G. Likonza Likonza – TP Mazembe = 2.
  6. Cheick Oumar Fofana – TP Mazembe = 2.
  7. Lamin Jallow – CR Belouizdad = 2.
  8. Mudathir Yahya – Yanga SC = 2.
  9. Saido Ntibazonkiza – Simba SC = 2.
  10. Esomba Willy Onana – Simba SC = 2.
  11. Yan Sasse – Esperance de Tunis = 2.
  12. Yassine Meriah – Esperance de Tunis = 2.
  13. Pape Abdou N’Diaye – Al Hilal Omdurman = 2.
  14. Alexandre Guedes- Petro Atletico de Luanda = 2.
  15. Peter Shalulile – Mamelodi Sundowns = 2.
  16. Fiston Mayele – Pyramids FC = 2.
  17. Fagrie Lakay – Pyramids FC = 1.
  18. Joël Beya – TP Mazembe = 1.
  19. Patient Mwamba – TP Mazembe = 1.
  20. Leonel Wamba – CR Belouizdad = 1.
  21. Meziane Bentahar – CR Belouizdad = 1.
  22. Denis Kibu – Simba SC = 1.
  23. Fabrice Ngoma – Simba SC = 1.
  24. Clatous Chama – Simba SC = 1.
  25. Essis Beaudeleire Aka – ASEC Mimosas = 1.
  26. Serge Pokou – ASEC Mimosas = 1.
  27. Zakaria El Ayeb – Esperance de Tunis = 1.
  28. Kebba Sowe – Esperance de Tunis = 1.
  29. Jacques Mbé – ES du Sahel = 1.
  30. Salah Barhoumi – ES du Sahel = 1.
  31. Mohamed Abdel Raman – Al-Hilal Omdurman = 1.
  32. Inacio Ferreira Santos – Petro Atletico de = 1.
  33. Jonathan Toro – Petro Atletico de  = 1.
  34. Mahmoud Kahraba – Al Ahly SC = 1.
  35. Percy Tau – Al Ahly SC = 1.
  36. Salah Mohsen – Al Ahly SC = 1.
  37. Kamaradini Mamudu – Medeama SC = 1.
  38. Daniel Lomotey – Medeama SC = 1.
  39. Jonathan sowah – Medeama SC = 1.
  40. Thabang Sesinyi – Jwaneng Galaxy = 1.
  41. Zakaria Draoui – Wydad Casablanca = 1
  42. Mountassir Elhtemy – Wydad Casablanca = 1.
  43. Abdalahi Oubeid  – Nouadhibou = 1.
  44. Issa M’bareck – Nouadhibou = 1.
  45. Sidi Amar – Nouadhibou = 1.
  46. Moulaye Ahmed El Khalil –  Nouadhibou = 1.
  47. Lucas Ribeiro – Mamelodi Sundowns = 1.
  48. Teboho Mokoena – Mamelodi Sundowns = 1.
  49. Gastón Sirino – Mamelodi Sundowns = 1.
  50. Grant Kekana – Mamelodi Sundowns = 1.

The CAF Champions League, known for sponsorship purposes as the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League and formerly the African Cup of Champions Clubs, is an annual football club competition organized by the Confederation of African Football and contested by top-division African clubs, deciding the competition winners through a round robin group stage to qualify for a double-legged knockout stage, and then a home and away final. It is the most prestigious club competition in African football.

CAF Champions League
Organising body CAF
Founded 1964; 59 years ago
(rebranded in 1997)
Region Africa
Number of teams 16 (group stage)
68 (total)
(from 56 associations)
Qualifier for
  • CAF Super Cup
  • FIFA Club World Cup
Related competitions CAF Confederation Cup
Current champions Egypt Al Ahly
(11th title)
Most successful club(s) Egypt Al Ahly
(11 titles)

The winner of the tournament earns a berth for the FIFA Club World Cup, a tournament contested between the champion clubs from all six continental confederations, and also faces the winner of the CAF Confederation Cup in the following season’s CAF Super Cup. Clubs that finish as runners-up their national leagues, having not qualified for the Champions League, are eligible for the second-tier CAF Confederation Cup.

Egyptian clubs have the highest number of victories (17 titles), followed by Morocco with 7. Cameroon, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco have the largest number of winning teams, with three clubs from each having won the title. The competition has been won by 26 clubs, 12 of which have won it more than once. Al Ahly is the most successful club in the competition’s history, having won the tournament a record 11 times.

Al Ahly are the current African champions, having beaten Wydad AC 3–2 on aggregate in the 2023 final.

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Structure and qualification Qualification

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The CAF Champions League is open to the winners of all CAF-affiliated national leagues, as well as the title holders from the previous season. From the 2004 season onward, with the merging of the CAF Cup and the African Cup Winners’ Cup to create the second-tier CAF Confederation Cup, the runners-up of football leagues of the 12 highest-ranked countries also enter the tournament, making up a total of 64 in-competition teams. The 12 countries would be ranked based on the performance of their clubs in the previous 5 seasons/editions of the competition (the plain definition of the CAF 5-year ranking).

The number of teams that each association enters into the CAF Champions League is determined annually through criteria as set by the CAF Competitions Committee. The higher an association’s ranking as determined by the criteria, the more teams represent the association in the Champions League, and the fewer qualification rounds the association’s teams must compete in.

The CAF Champions League operates primarily as a knockout competition, with trim-down qualification rounds, a group stage, a two-legged knockout stage and a one-off final. At the start of the competition, the 64 qualified teams enter 2 qualification rounds: the preliminary stage and the first round. After the first qualifying round, the remaining teams are split into four groups of 4, whereas the teams each first-round winner vanquished transfer to the second qualification round of the Confederation Cup for hopes of group stage progression. The winners and runners-up of each group progress to the two-legged knockout stage for hopes of progression to a one-off final for a chance to lift the trophy for their member association.

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