African Handball Super Cup

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For the women's tournament, see African Women's Handball Super Cup.
African Handball Super Cup
Countries Africa
Confederation CAHB members
Founded 1994
Current champions Tunisia ES Tunis H.C (2014)
Most championships Algeria GS Pétroliers (9 titles)
2013 African Handball Super Cup

The African Handball Super Cup or Super Cup Babacar Fall is an annual international club handball competition run by the African Handball Confederation. It's between the winners of the Champions League and the Cup Winners' Cup.

Finals[edit]

Year Host Final
Champion Score Runner-up
1994
Details
Senegal
Dakar
Algeria
MC Alger HB
w/o Egypt
Al Ahly SC
1995
Details
Republic of the Congo
Brazzaville
Algeria
MC Alger HB
Egypt
Al Ahly SC
1996
Details
Algeria
Algiers
Algeria
MC Alger HB
Algeria
MM Batna
1997
Details
Nigeria
Kano
Algeria
MC Alger HB
Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
1998
Details
Niger
Niamey
Algeria
MC Alger HB
Cameroon
Minuh Yaoundé
1999
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Algeria
MC Alger HB
Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
2000 Postponed
2001
Details
Gabon
Libreville
Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
w/o Algeria
MC Alger HB
2002
Details
Gabon
Libreville
Egypt
Zamalek S.C
Tunisia
Club Africain
2003
Details
Benin
Cotonou
Angola
Primeiro de Agosto
32 – 26 Cameroon
Minuh Yaoundé
2004
Details
Home & away Algeria
MC Alger HB
Tunisia
ES Tunis H.C
2005
Details
Home & away Algeria
MC Alger HB
Tunisia
Club Africain
2006
Details
Home & away Algeria
MC Alger HB
Tunisia
Club Africain
2007 Postponed
2008 Postponed
2009 Postponed
2010
Details
Burkina Faso
Ouagadougou
Egypt
Zamalek S.C
28 – 27 Algeria
GS Pétroliers
2011
Details
Cameroon
Yaoundé
Egypt
Zamalek S.C
25 – 21 Tunisia
ÉS Sahel H.C
2012
Details [1]
Tunisia
Hammamet
Egypt
Zamalek S.C
32 – 18 Cameroon
FAP Yaoundé
2013
Details
Tunisia
Sousse
Tunisia
ÉS Sahel H.C
28 – 25 Egypt
Al Ahly SC
2014
Details
Republic of the Congo
Oyo
Tunisia
ES Tunis H.C
21 – 20 Egypt
Al Ahly SC

Winners by Club[edit]

# Clubs Winners Runners-up Total Finals
1 Algeria GS Pétroliers 9 2 11
2 Egypt Zamalek S.C 4 0 4
3 Cameroon FAP Yaoundé 1 3 4
4 Tunisia ÉS Sahel H.C 1 1 2
Tunisia ES Tunis H.C 1 1 2
6 Angola Primeiro de Agosto 1 0 1
7 Egypt Al Ahly SC 0 4 4
8 Tunisia Club Africain 0 3 3
9 Cameroon Minuh Yaoundé 0 2 2
10 Algeria MM Batna 0 1 1
Total 17 17 34
  • Rq:
GS Pétroliers (ex. MC Alger HB)

Winners by Country[edit]

# Nation Winners Runners-up Total Finals
1  Algeria 9 3 12
2  Egypt 4 4 8
3  Tunisia 2 5 7
4  Cameroon 1 5 6
5  Angola 1 0 1
Total 17 17 34

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Super coupe Babacar Fall 2012". cahbonline. CAHB official website. Retrieved 2011. 

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