CAF Super Cup

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CAF Super Cup
CAF Supercup official logo.png
Founded1993
RegionAfrica (CAF)
Number of teams2
Current championsMorocco Wydad Casablanca (1st title)
Most successful club(s)Egypt Al Ahly (6 titles)
WebsiteOfficial website
2019 CAF Super Cup (March)

The CAF Super Cup (also known as African Super Cup or for sponsorship reasons Total CAF Super Cup) is an annual African association football competition contested between the winners of the Total CAF Champions League and the Total CAF Confederation Cup. The competition was first held in 1993 and is organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). It is the continental equivalent of the UEFA Super Cup in European and Recopa Sudamericana in South American club football.

History[edit]

The competition was previously contested between the winners of the Total CAF Champions League (called African Cup of Champions Clubs from 1964 to 1996) and African Cup Winners' Cup until 2004 when the Cup Winners' Cup was discontinued. The last Super Cup in this format was the 2004 CAF Super Cup between Enyimba and Étoile du Sahel which Enyimba won 1–0. In 2004 the CAF Cup Winners' Cup was merged with CAF Cup into the newly established CAF Confederation Cup which acts as Africa's second-tier international club competition,[1] (analogous to the UEFA Europa League in European football) and since 2005 the competition is contested in its current format.

Sponsorship[edit]

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.[2] Due to this sponsorship, starting from 2017 the tournament is called the "Total CAF Super Cup".

Records and statistics[edit]

Winners[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
Egypt Al Ahly 6 2 2002, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014 1994, 2015
Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe 3 2 2010, 2011, 2016 2017, 2018
Egypt Zamalek 3 1 1994, 1997, 2003 2001
Tunisia Étoile du Sahel 2 3 1998, 2008 2004, 2007, 2016
Nigeria Enyimba 2 0 2004, 2005
Tunisia Espérance de Tunis 1 2 1995 1999, 2012
Morocco Wydad Casablanca 1 2 2018 1993, 2003
Ivory Coast Africa Sports 1 1 1993 2000
Morocco Raja Casablanca 1 1 2000 1998
Ghana Hearts of Oak 1 1 2001 2005
South Africa Orlando Pirates FC 1 0 1996
Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas 1 0 1999
Morocco Maghreb Fez 1 0 2012
Algeria ES Sétif 1 0 2015
South Africa Mamelodi Sundowns 1 0 2017
Tunisia CS Sfaxien 0 3 2008, 2009, 2014
Democratic Republic of the Congo DC Motema Pembe 0 1 1995
Algeria JS Kabylie 0 1 1996
Egypt El Mokawloon SC 0 1 1997
South Africa Kaizer Chiefs FC 0 1 2002
Morocco FAR Rabat 0 1 2006
Mali Stade Malien 0 1 2010
Morocco FUS Rabat 0 1 2011
Republic of the Congo AC Léopards 0 1 2013

By country[edit]

Nation Winners Runners-up
 Egypt 9 4
 Tunisia 3 8
 Morocco 3 5
Democratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo[B] 3 3
 Ivory Coast 2 1
 South Africa 2 1
 Nigeria 2 0
 Algeria 1 1
 Ghana 1 1
 Mali 0 1
 Republic of the Congo 0 1

Prize money[edit]

Prize money shared between CAF Champions League winner and CAF Confederations Cup winner in CAF Super Cup are as following :[3]

Final
position
Money awarded
to club
winner US$100,000
Runners-up US$75,000

Media coverage[edit]

Country/Region Channels
 ASEAN BeIN Sports
 Brazil SporTV
 Canada beIN Sports
Réseau des sports
 Europe Sportfive
 France beIN Sports
Latin America ESPN
 Mali ORTM
 Morocco Arryadia
Arab League MENA beIN Sports
 South Africa SuperSport
Southern Balkans Arena Sport
 United States beIN Sports

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Al Ahly chase another record". FIFA.com. Retrieved 15 January 2010.
  2. ^ "Total to sponsor CAF competitions for the next eight years". Africa News. Africa News. 21 July 2016. Retrieved 21 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Prize money for CAF competitions effective 2017". cafonline.com.

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