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What is African Super League?

Today CAF has launched the African Super League which will have 24 teams divided into 3 groups of eight clubs. The tournament will start on 23 August, 2022. The competition will involve 16 countries 24 club and total of 197 matches will be played between August 23, 2022 up to May, 23, 2023.

The eligibility criteria for the team to be able to participate on African super league will be based on their FIFA ranking. CAF super league was announced today in Arusha Tanzania. Motsepe and Infantino confirmed on Wednesday that there will be a promotion-relegation element to the competition, giving the whole of Africa the chance to dream of reaching the Super League.

African super League 24 teams list – African super League to Participate

According to data from CAF, 24 team qualified to participate CAF African super league. The following are team list that will participate African super league;
• Simba Sports Club from Tanzania
• Alhy Alhly from Egypt
• TP Mazembe from Democrat Republic of Congo
• Whydad Casablanca from
• AC Vita Club
• Al Hilal etc

CAF Super League teams to participate
CAF Super League teams to participate


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Africa Super League Prize Money

CAF officially announce the African Super League will take place in August 2023 and prize which will be awarded to the winner. African Super League Prize money include $100 million total price package with winner receiving $11.5 million. All 24 participating teams will receive $3.5 million. Also each member association will receive $1 million.

African Super League format

The proposed format of CAF Super League will have 24 teams split into 3 regional division which include 8 teams from Southern and East Africa, 8 from North Africa, and 8 from Central and West Africa. They will play each other home and away 14 games with top 5 from each group advancing into round 16.

More about CAF African Super League – History of African Super League.

The Africa Super League will be an annual continental club football competition run by the CAF was announced on 28 November 2019 by Gianni Infantino, President of FIFA.[2] It will be launched 10th August in Tanzania, but it is known that it includes twenty-four of the elite African teams. The Africa Super League will be an annual continental club football competition run by the CAF was announced on 28 November 2019 by Gianni Infantino, President of FIFA. It will be launched 10th August in Tanzania, but it is known that it includes twenty-four of the elite African teams.




Gianni Infantino launched the tournament during a visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to celebrate the 80th anniversary of AOS. He said the top 20 clubs in Africa should be chosen and made to participate in an African league. And that this league would generate revenues of $ 100 million, making it among the top ten leagues in the world. Infantino revealed that he is launching an appeal to raise a billion dollars in order to give every African country a real football stadium with the specifications of the FIFA.

In 17 July 2021 The President of CAF, Patrice Motsepe confirmed the move to implement the African Super League project as a new tournament ran under the umbrella of CAF, with large financial returns for the sides taking part.

CAF wants to start the competition in August of 2023 and reports suggest that 24 clubs will feature in three groups of eight teams ahead of a knockout stage starting at the Round of 16. These teams will be taken from the best-ranked African clubs over the past few years, with groups to be played on a regional basis (North, Central/West, South/East). All participants will be required to have a youth academy and a women’s team as part of their club licensing criteria.

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