2009 CAF Champions League Final
Frederic Kibassa Maliba Stadium hosted the podium where TP Mazembe lifted the trophy
|Event||2009 CAF Champions League|
|Date||1 November 2009|
|Venue||Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri|
|Referee||Essam Abd El Fatah (Egypt)|
|Date||7 November 2009|
|Venue||Stade Frederic Kibassa Maliba, Lubumbashi|
|Referee||Mohamed Benouza (Algeria)|
The first leg was held on 1 November and the second leg on 7 November.
In the following table, finals until 1996 were in the African Cup of Champions Club era, since 1997 were in the CAF Champions League era.
|Team||Region||Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)|
|Heartland||WAFU (West Africa)||1988|
|TP Mazembe||UNIFFAC (Central Africa)||1967, 1968, 1969, 1970|
Dan Anyiam Stadium
Dan Anyiam Stadium is a Nigerian multi-purpose stadium located in Owerri, Imo State. It is located in the centre of Owerri, Imo State's capital, the capital of Imo State, the stadium is named after Daniel Anyiam, vice-captain of the first Nigeria national football team.
Frederic Kibassa Maliba Stadium
Stade Frédéric-Kibassa-Maliba, also known as Stade de la Kenya, is a multi-use stadium located in the Kenya suburb of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is currently used mostly for football matches. It is the current home of FC Saint Eloi Lupopo and the former home venue of TP Mazembe. The stadium has a capacity of 35,000 people and is named after Frederic Kibassa Maliba, a former Minister of Youth and Sports.
Road to final
|Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg||Qualifying rounds||Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Monrovia Black Star||10–1||4–0 (H)||6–1 (A)||Preliminary round||Bye|
|FAR Rabat||4–2||3–1 (H)||1–1 (A)||First round||Petro Atlético||5–1||3–0 (H)||2–1 (A)|
|Coton Sport||3–2||2–1 (H)||1–1 (A)||Second round||Ittihad Khemisset||1–0||1–0 (H)||0–0 (A)|
|TP Mazembe||0–2 (A)||Matchday 1||Heartland||2–0 (H)|
|Monomotapa United||3–1 (H)||Matchday 2||Étoile du Sahel||1–2 (A)|
|Étoile du Sahel||3–0 (H)||Matchday 3||Monomotapa United||5–0 (H)|
|Étoile du Sahel||0–0 (A)||Matchday 4||Monomotapa United||2–0 (A)|
|TP Mazembe||2–0 (H)||Matchday 5||Heartland||0–2 (A)|
|Monomotapa United||1–2 (A)||Matchday 6||Étoile du Sahel||1–0 (H)|
|Group B Runner-up
|Final standings||Group B Winner
|Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg||Knock-out stage||Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Kano Pillars||5–0||4–0 (H)||1–0 (A)||Semifinals||Al Hilal||5–0||5–2 (A)||0–2 (H)|
The final was decided over two legs, with aggregate goals used to determine the winner. If the sides were level on aggregate after the second leg, the away goals rule would have been applied, and if still level, the tie would have proceeded directly to a penalty shootout (no extra time is played).
|King Osanga 24'
Uche Agba 80'
|Report||Tresor Mputu 23'|
Biagui Djoukere (Togo)
Mathias Ayena (Togo)
Kokou Atsoo (Togo)
|Emmanuel Omodiagbe 73' (o.g.)||Report|
Siwela Zakhele (South Africa)
Somi Luyanda (South Africa)
Ebrahim Abdul Basit (South Africa)