CAF Confederation Cup
|Number of teams||8 (Group stage)
|Related competitions||CAF Super Cup|
|Current champions||TP Mazembe (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||CS Sfaxien (3 titles)|
|2017 CAF Confederation Cup|
The Total CAF Confederation Cup is an international club association football competition run by the Confederation of African Football. Select club sides from Africa's football leagues are invited to participate in this competition, which is the second club football competition in the continent behind the CAF Champions League.
In July 2016, Total has secured an eight-year sponsorship package from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to support 10 of its principal competitions. Total started with the Africa Cup of Nations that was held in Gabon therefore renaming it Total Africa cup of Nations. 
From the top twelve placed CAF member associations, the winner of the domestic cup and the third placed club in the domestic league of the considered associations, are eligible to participate in the CAF Confederation Cup, while only domestic cup winners from member associations ranked from 13 till 55 are eligible to participate in the competition.
The competition is played into two phases A and B.
The matches of the Preliminary, the 1/16th, the 1/8th rounds are played according to the knock-out system with ties broken via the Away goals rule. The eight teams eliminated from the 1/8th finals of the CAF Champions League will automatically qualify to play the additional 1/8th finals round of the CAF Confederation Cup.
- The eight teams which will qualify for the group matches from the additional 1/8th finals will be divided in two groups of four each. Each team shall play six matches against the other three opponents one match home and one match away and points granted upon the 3-1-0 system.
- The two group winners shall meet in the final which shall be played in two matches, home and away. The team scoring the highest aggregate number of goals in the two matches will be declared winner.
- In case of equality in the number of goals scored during the two matches, the team scoring the greatest number of away goals will be declared winner. If the number of goals scored on the away matches is equal, kicks from the penalty mark will be taken.
The prize money shared between the top eight clubs is as follows:
|Placement||Club Share (US Dollars)||National Association Share|
|Winner||$ 625 000||$ 35 000|
|Runner-up||$ 432 000||$ 30 000|
|2nd of each Group||$ 239 000||$ 25 000|
|3rd of each Group||$ 239 000||$ 20 000|
|4th of each Group||$ 150 000||$ 15 000|
Records and statistics
||Winners||Runners-up||Years won||Years runners-up|
|CS Sfaxien||3||1||2007, 2008, 2013||2010|
|Étoile du Sahel||2||1||2006, 2015||2008|
|Hearts of Oak||1||0||2004|
Champions by region
|UNAF (North Africa)||CS Sfaxien (3), ES Sahel (2), Al Ahly (1), FAR Rabat (1), FUS Rabat (1) MAS Fez (1)||9 titles|
|WAFU (West Africa)||Hearts of Oak (1), Stade Malien (1)||2 titles|
|UNIFFAC (Central Africa)||AC Léopards (1), TP Mazembe (1)||2 titles|
|CECAFA (East Africa)||0 titles|
|COSAFA (Southern Africa)||0 titles|
The Super Cup
The winning team of the CAF Confederation Cup will take the engagement of playing the CAF Super Cup against the champion of the CAF Champions League. The match will be played in the following year to that of the concerned competition, in one match, on the CAF Champions League champion's venue.
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