FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup

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FIBA Africa Champions Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2016 FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup
Sport Basketball
Founded 1972
No. of teams 12
Continent FIBA Africa (Africa)
Most recent
champion(s)
Egypt Al Ahly (2nd title)
Most titles Angola 1º de Agosto (8 titles)

The FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup is the highest caliber men's professional basketball competition for clubs, organized by the FIBA Africa and played by the champions of the leagues of the African countries.

Finals [1][edit]

Year Host Champion Score Runner-up Third-place Score Fourth-place
1971 Central African Republic Bangui Red Star Central African Republic 71-68 Mali Stade Malien Zamalek SC Egypt -
1973 Egypt Cairo Hit Trésor Central African Republic 61-55 Senegal Dial Diop Al Gezira Egypt -
1975 Egypt Cairo AS Forces Armées Senegal 78-69 Egypt Zamalek SC Hit Trésor Central African Republic -
1976 Central African Republic Bangui Hit Trésor Central African Republic 89-76 Egypt Zamalek SC AS Forces Armées Senegal -
1979 Central African Republic Bangui AS Forces Armées Senegal 77-75 Cameroon CAMAIR Spot Club Central African Republic -
1981 Mali Bamako AS Forces Armées Senegal 63-49 Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas Stade Malien Mali -
1983 Senegal Dakar AS Police Senegal 78-74 Senegal AS Forces Armées Zamalek SC Egypt -
1985 Senegal Dakar C.D. Maxaquene Mozambique 89-62 Senegal AS Police Kano Pillars Nigeria -
1987 Egypt Alexandria Al-Ittihad Alexandria Egypt 78-67 Angola Primeiro de Agosto Kano Pillars Nigeria -
1989 Ivory Coast Abidjan ASEC Mimosas Ivory Coast 71-63 Mali Stade Malien Primeiro de Agosto Angola -
1991 Senegal Dakar ASC Jeanne d'Arc Senegal 69-64 Cameroon ONCPB Wydad Athletic Club Morocco -
1992 Egypt Cairo Zamalek SC Egypt 83-75 Senegal ASC Jeanne d'Arc AS Biao Ivory Coast -
1994 Egypt Cairo Al Gezira Egypt 66-59 Angola Petro Atlético AS Kaloum Guinea -
1996 Egypt Alexandria [2] Al Gezira Egypt 83–76 Egypt U.R.C. Red Star Central African Republic 79-66 Mali Stade Malien
1998 Morocco Fes [3] MAS Fez Morocco 72–63 Egypt Zamalek SC ASA Angola 71-52 Egypt Al Gezira
2000 Ivory Coast Abidjan ASEC Mimosas Ivory Coast 63–61 Angola Petro Atlético Islanders Nigeria -
2002 Angola Luanda Primeiro de Agosto Angola 69–60 Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas Inter Club Brazzaville Republic of the Congo 85-81 Gabon Capo Libreville
2004 Egypt Cairo Primeiro de Agosto Angola 71–53 Ivory Coast Abidjan Basket Club Al Ahly SC Egypt 59-56 Angola Petro Atlético
2005 Ivory Coast Abidjan [4] Abidjan Basket Club Ivory Coast 67–66 Angola Interclube Primeiro de Agosto Angola 103-67 Nigeria Union Bank
2006 Nigeria Lagos [5] Petro Atlético Angola 76–71 Angola Primeiro de Agosto Dodan Warriors Nigeria 75-66 Republic of the Congo Inter Club
2007 Angola Luanda [6] Primeiro de Agosto Angola 61–53 Angola Petro Atlético Abidjan Basket Club Ivory Coast 60-56 Angola Interclube
2008 Tunisia Sousse [7] Primeiro de Agosto Angola 57–54 Tunisia Étoile du Sahel ASA Angola 60-55 Tunisia Stade Nabeulien
2009 Rwanda Kigali Primeiro de Agosto Angola 88–64 Angola Petro Atlético APR BC Rwanda 92-80 Democratic Republic of the Congo ASB Mazembe
2010 Benin Cotonou Primeiro de Agosto Angola 73–41 Cameroon Condor de Yaoundé AS Salé Morocco 75-71 Democratic Republic of the Congo ASB Mazembe
2011 Morocco Salé Étoile du Sahel Tunisia 82–60 Angola Primeiro de Agosto AS Salé Morocco 80-75 Angola Petro Atlético
2012 Equatorial Guinea Malabo [8] Primeiro de Agosto Angola 80–69 Angola Petro Atlético Al Ahly SC Egypt 76-64 Egypt El Ittihad
2013 Tunisia Sousse [9] Primeiro de Agosto Angola 68–61 Tunisia Étoile du Sahel Recreativo do Libolo Angola 79-70 Egypt Sporting Alexandria
2014 Tunisia Tunis [10] Recreativo do Libolo Angola 86–68 Tunisia Étoile de Radès Club Africain Tunisia 79-74 Egypt Sporting Alexandria
2015 Angola Luanda [11] Petro Atlético Angola 89–75 Angola Recreativo do Libolo Far Rabat Morocco 72-62 Angola Primeiro de Agosto
2016 Egypt Cairo Al Ahly Egypt 68–66 Angola Recreativo do Libolo AS Salé Morocco 88-76 Nigeria Kano Pillars
2017 Tunisia Radès

Winners by country[edit]

Rank Country Wins Runners-up Thirds Total finals
1  Angola 11 11 5 22
2  Egypt 5 4 5 9
3  Senegal 5 4 1 9
4  Ivory Coast 3 3 2 6
5  Central African Republic 3 0 3 3
6  Tunisia 1 3 1 4
7  Morocco 1 0 5 1
8  Mozambique 1 0 1 1

MVP Award winner[edit]

Clubs performance[edit]

Club Egypt Morocco Ivory Coast Angola Egypt Ivory Coast Nigeria Angola Tunisia Rwanda Benin Morocco Equatorial Guinea Tunisia Tunisia Angola Egypt
1972–1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
5 4 ? 7 7 7 12 12 12 9 11 12 12 12 11 10 10
Ivory Coast Abidjan Basket Club 5 2004 2005 6 2007 8 11 7
Cape Verde AD Bairro 8 1
Ivory Coast Africa Sports 9 1
Egypt Al Ahly 2004 2012 2016 3
Libya Al Ahly 11 9 8 3
Egypt Al Gezira Cairo 1973 1994 1996 4 6 5
Egypt Al-Ittihad Alexandria 1987 4 2
Morocco Al Hoceima 6 1
Libya Al Shabab 6 1
Rwanda APR 6 8 2009 3
Senegal AS Douanes 7 1
Senegal AS Police 1983 1985 2
Morocco AS Salé 2010 2011 2016 3
Togo AS Swallows 9 1
Angola ASA 3 1998 2008 2
Democratic Republic of the Congo ASB Kauka 8 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo ASB Mazembe 4 4 5 11 7 5
Madagascar ASCUT 10 1
Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas 1981 1989 1 2000 2002 4
Senegal ASFA 1975 1976 1979 1981 1983 5
Benin ASO Modele 10 1
Benin ASPAC 10 6 2
Guinea BACK 7 11 11 3
Democratic Republic of the Congo BC Onatra 10 7 10 3
France BC M'Tsapere * 8 1
Cameroon BEAC Basketball 7 1
Cameroon CAMAIR 1979 1
Gabon Capo Libreville 4 1
Uganda City Oilers 9 1
Tunisia Club Africain 2014 5 2
Cameroon Condor de Yaoundé 2010 1
Kenya Co-op Bank 8 1
Algeria CS Constantine 5 1
Senegal Dial Diop 1973 1
Nigeria Dodan Warriors 2006 1
Nigeria Ebun Comets 6 1
Tunisia ES du Sahel 2008 2011 6 2013 4
Tunisia ES Radès 2014 5 2
South Africa ESPN / AND 1 5 1
Rwanda Espoir Kigali 12 1
Morocco Far Rabat 2015 1
Mozambique Ferroviário da Beira 12 10 2
Algeria GS Pétroliers 6 1
Central African Republic Hit Trésor 1973 1975 1976 3
Angola Interclube 2005 4 2
Republic of the Congo Inter Club Brazzaville 2002 6 4 7 8 9 6
Senegal Jeanne d'Arc 1991 1992 2
South Africa Johannesburg 5 2
Nigeria Kano Pillars 1985 1987 5 5 5 9 9 7 4 9
Kenya KCB Lions 12 1
Kenya Kenya Ports Authority 7 1
Liberia LPRC Oilers 12 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Lupopo 12 1
Equatorial Guinea Malabo Kings 12 7 10 3
Gabon Manga BB 6 7 2
Nigeria Mark Mentors 9 1
Morocco MAS Fez 1987 1 1998 2
Mozambique Maxaquene 1985 1991 7 3
Guinea MBC Conakry 9 1
Equatorial Guinea Mongomo BC 10 1
Nigeria Niger Potters 5 1
Cameroon Nzui Manto 10 1
Cameroon ONCPB 1991 1
Nigeria Plateau Peaks 7 1
Angola Petro Atlético 1994 2000 4 5 2006 2007 2009 4 2012 2015 11
Angola Primeiro de Agosto 1987 1989 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 6 4 8 16
Angola Recreativo do Libolo 7 5 2013 2014 2015 2016 6
Central African Republic Red Star 1972 3 1996 2
Nigeria Royal Hoopers 9 11 2
Egypt Sporting Alexandria 4 4 2
Mali Stade Malien 1972 1981 1989 4 6 5 11 7
Tunisia Stade Nabeulien 4 1
Gabon Tali Basket-Ball 6 1
Egypt U.R.C. 2 1996 1
Nigeria Union Bank 4 7 8 3
Burundi Urunani 10 11 2
Tunisia US Monastir 5 1
Uganda Warriors 9 1
Egypt Zamalek SC 1972 1975 1976 1983 1992 2 1998 6
Ivory Coast Zenith BC 8 1
# Teams 1996
5
1998
4
2000
?
2002
7
2004
6
2005
7
2006
12
2007
12
2008
12
2009
9
2010
11
2011
12
2012
12
2013
12
2014
11
2015
10
2016
10
  • A club from Mayotte, an island off the African southeast coast under French rule

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Palmarès Club champions Hommes" (in French). FIBAAfrica.com. Archived from the original on 11 December 2014. Retrieved 11 Dec 2014. 
  2. ^ "African Cup for Men's Champion Clubs 1996". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2013-12-03. 
  3. ^ "African Cup for Men's Champion Clubs 1998". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2013-12-03. 
  4. ^ "African Cup for Men's Champion Clubs 2005". FIBA.com. Retrieved 3 Dec 2013. 
  5. ^ "FIBA Africa Cup for Men's Clubs 2006". FIBA.com. Retrieved 3 Dec 2013. 
  6. ^ "FIBA Africa Cup for Men's Clubs 2007". FIBA.com. Retrieved 3 Dec 2013. 
  7. ^ "FIBA Africa Cup for Men's Clubs 2008". FIBA.com. Retrieved 3 Dec 2013. 
  8. ^ "M.S. Champions Cup 2012". FIBAAfrica.com. Retrieved 3 Dec 2013. 
  9. ^ "28th Champions Cup". FIBAAfrica.com. Retrieved 21 Dec 2013. 
  10. ^ "2014 FIBA Africa Cup for Men's Clubs". FIBA.com. Retrieved 21 Dec 2014. 
  11. ^ "2015 FIBA Africa Cup for Men's Clubs". FIBA.com. Retrieved 20 Dec 2015. 

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