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List of African Champions League winners: CAF Champions since 1965.

African Champions League winners List: CAF Champions since 1965-2018.    



The CAF Champions League is the Annual competition held in Africa under the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
This is also called a Total CAF Champions League due to sponsorship reason..
The winner of the CAF Champions League qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup & play in the CAF Super Cup.

Al Ahly FC (Egypt) has won the most titles of CAF Champions League with 8th times made history, its unfortunate for them in last 2 years they lost in Finals.

The defending Champions CAF Champions League 2017 is the Wydad Casablanca, but they couldn't chase it. 

And now most recent African Champions League 2018 winners is  ES-Tunis who beat the Al-Ahly in the final. ES won the three titles, previous in 1994, 2011 finals.







CAF Champions League,  winners-Champions, list, results.





List of Africa Cup of Nations Winners: Past AFCON Champions.



Here is the complete list of All-Champions-Winners of African Total CAF Champions League Since 1965 - 2018-present.







1965 - Oryx Douala (Cameroon)

1966 - Stade Abidjan (Ivory Coast)

1967 - TP Englebert (Congo-Kinshasa)

1968 - TP Englebert (Congo-Kinshasa)

1969 - Ismaili (Egypt)

1970 - Asante Kotoko (Ghana)

1971 - Canon Yaounde (Cameroon)

1972 - Hafia Conakry (Guinea)

1973 - Vita Club (Zaire)

1974 - CARA Brazzaville (Congo)

1975 - Hafia Conakry (Guinea)

1976 - Mouloudia Alger (Algeria)

1977 - Hafia Conakry (Guinea)

1978 - Canon Yaounde (Cameroon)

1979 - Union Douala (Cameroon)

1980 - Canon Yaounde (Cameroon)

1981 - JE Tizi Ouzou (Algeria)

1982 - Ahly (Egypt)

1983 - Asante Kotoko (Ghana)

1984 - Zamalek (Egypt)

1985 - Royal Armed Forces (Morocco

) 1986 - Zamalek (Egypt)

1987 - Al Ahli (Egypt)

1988 - Entente Setif (Algeria)

1989 - Raja Casablanca (Morocco)

1990 - JS Kabylie (Algeria)

1991 - Club Africain (Tunisia)

1992 - Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)

1993 - Zamalek (Egypt)

1994 - Esperance (Tunisia)

1995 - Orlando Pirates (South Africa)

1996 - Zamalek (Egypt)

1997 - Raja Casablanca (Morocco)

1998 - ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast)

1999 - Raja Casablanca (Morocco)

2000 - Hearts of Oak (Ghana)

2001 – Ahly (Egypt)

2002 - Zamalek (Egypt)

2003 - Enyimba (Nigeria)

2004 - Enyimba (Nigeria)

2005 - Ahly (Egypt)

2006 - Ahly (Egypt)

2007 - Etoile Sahel (Tunisia)

2008 - Ahly (Egypt)

2009 - TP Mazembe Englebert (DR Congo)

2010 - TP Mazembe Englebert (DR Congo)

2011 - Esperance (Tunisia)

2012 - Ahly (Egypt)

2013 - Ahly (Egypt)

2014 - Entente Setif (Algeria)

2015 - TP Mazembe Engelbert (DR Congo)

2016 - Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)

2017 - Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)


2018 -  ES Tunis   (Tunisia).

2019 - TBD

2020 - TBD

2021 - TBD




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CAF Champions League: Official.



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