The 15 Most Successful Clubs in Africa


    The 15 Most Successful Clubs in Africa

  • 1 Al Ahly SC - Egypt

    The most successful team in Africa with 19 cups with 8 CAF Champions league titles, 4 Cup Winners` Cups, 6 CAF Super Cups and 1 Confederation Cup title in addition to one Afro-Asian Cup title.

  • 2 Zamalek SC - Egypt

    The second most successful team in both Egypt and Africa. Zamalek owns 5 Champions league titles. 1 African Cup Winners`Cup, 3 Super Cups and 2 Afro-Asian Cup titles.

  • 3 TP Mazembe - DR Congo

    7 international trophies makes TP Mazembe (formerly known as Englebert) the third on the list. Mazembe (record holder for domestic league titles with 14 Linafoot cups) has 4 CAF Champions league titles (1967, 1968, 2009, 2010), one Cup Winners' Cup and 2 Super Cups.

  • 4 Raja Casablanca - Morocco

    The 'Greens' has won CAF Champions league 3 times (1989, 1997, 1999) in addition to a single win in each of CAF Cup, Afro-Asian Cup and Super Cup, making them 6 titles for the Moroccan giants.

  • 5 Canon Yaoundé

    The team that dominated the 70s with 10 domestic trophies between 1970 & 1980 has won 4 international trophies during the same period with 3 CAF Champions leagues and 1 Cup Winners` Cup in 1971, 1978, 1980 & 1979 respectively.

  • 6 Hafia FC - Guinea

    The Guinean giants (record holder for domestic league titles) has won the CAF Champions league 3 times (1972, 75 & 77)

  • 7 JS Kabylie - Algeria

    The Canaries (nickname) own 7 African cups: 2 CAF Champions league titles (1981, 1990) , 3 Cup Winners`s Cups, 1 Super Cup and 1 CAF Cup.

  • 8 Espérance de Tunis - Tunisia

    The most successful team in Tunisia has 6 African cups in its cabinet (2 CAF Champions league and 1 of each of the following: CAF Super Cup, CAF Cup, CAF Cup Winners` Cup and Afro-Asian Club championship).

  • 9 Enyimba International - Nigeria

    The Aba Warriors come 9th in the list with 4 International cups won between 2003 & 2005 (CAF Champions league 2003 & 2004 plus 2 Super Cups 2004 & 2005).

  • 10 Asante Kotoko SC - Ghana

    The Ghanaian giant has won the CAF Champions league twice (1970, 1983) as well as being the most club to come second in 5 different times (1967, 1971, 1973, 1982, 1993)

  • 11 ES Sétif - Algeria

    Entente Sportive de Sétif (full name) has won CAF Champions league twice (1988 & 2014) as well as the African Super Cup in 2015 after defeating AL Ahly

  • 12 Étoile du Sahel - Tunisia

    Despite winning CAF Champions league only once in 2007 the Tunisian red devils are one of the most successful teams in the history of Africa with 8 international titles (1 Champions league, 2 Cup Winners` Cups, 2 CAF Cups, 1 Confederation Cup & 2 Super Cups 1998 & 2008 respectively).

  • 13 Wydad Casablanca - Morocco

    Raja`s city rivals, Al Wydad (record holder for winning Moroccan league titles) has won CAF Champions league once (1992), Afro-Asian Cup 1994 & Cup Winners` Cup 2002

  • 14 Club Africain - Tunisia

    Third Tunisian team on the list. Lefriqi has won 1 CAF Champions league (1991) in addition to one Afro-Asian cup (1992)

  • 15 Union Douala - Cameroon

    The team that was founded in 1958 has 2 African titles, CAF Champions league (1979) and Cup Winners` Cup 1981