CAF Super Cup winners, list of African Super Cup Champions in history.
The CAF Super Cup is an annual one-off match played by winners of the CAF Champions League and the winners of the CAF Confederations Cup in the previous season.
What is CAF Super Cup? CAF Super Cup or African Super Cup is an annual one-off football match played by winners of the CAF Champions League and winners of the Confederations Cup the previous year.
Who won CAF Super Cup 2020? Zamalek won the 2020 edition and increased its win to four titles.
CAF Super Cup prize money? The winner will pocket US$100,000 while the runners up will US$75,000.
CAF Super Cup Al Ahly? Al Ahly is the most successful team in the history of the African Super Cup with seven titles most recently in 2021.
African Super Cup is organized by the Confederation of African football and serves as the Champions of Champions with the winner claiming the bragging rights as the best.
Founded in 1993, the competition is equivalent to the UEFA Super Cup in Europe.
In the history of the CAF Super Cup, the Al Ahly Egyptian side is the most successful team with seven titles.
The team also doubles as the most successful team in CAF Competitions League and is currently one of the most decorated football clubs in the whole of Africa.
Nigerian giants Enyimba FC became the first team to defend the title it won in 2004 and 2005.
CAF Super Cup winners list, most successful teams in history
Years Won: 2002, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2021.
Al Ahly is the most successful team in the history of the CAF Super Cup with seven titles.
The Egyptian club it’s the first title in 2002 and a second four years later in 2006 and successfully defended it in 2006, becoming the second team to win the competition back to back after Enyimba.
The Egyptian side repeated the same title defence this time between 2013 and 2014 and is now the only club in the history of an African football tournament to defend it twice.
Al Ahly’s most recent success was in 2021 when they defeated Moroccan side RS Berkane in the final.
With this win, Al Ahly climbed higher on the all-time winner’s list with seven titles.
Despite these achievements, the club has also lost on two occasions.
2021 African Super Cup Final
The final match between Al Ahly and RS Berkane was played in a neutral location outside the shores of Africa at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari city of Doha.
Al Ahly were CAF Champions League winners in the previous season while RS Berkane were the defending Champions of CAF Confederations Cup the previous season.
Two goals from Sherif and Mohsen gave Al Ahly a seventh African Super Cup after RS Berkane refused to play the game in an initially scheduled location.
Years Won: 1994, 1997, 2003, 2020.
Zamalek is the second most successful team in CAF Super Cup with four titles. The Egypt team is also the second team from Egypt with successful outings.
Zamalek won its first title in 1994 and added a second title in 1997. In the modern era, Zamalek won it in 2003 and most recently in 2020.
The club has also lost once in a one-off match.
Year won: 2010, 2011, 2016.
TP Mazembe is the third-best team in CAF Super Cup with three titles. The central Africans enjoyed back to back wins in 2010 and 2011.
The last time TP Mazembe won the trophy was in 2016.
As a representative of DR Congo, TP Mazembe is the most successful team in history of football in the country.
Aside from the CAF Super Cup, TP Mazembe have also won the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederations Cup more than two times.
Étoile du Sahel
Years Won: 1998, 2008.
Étoile du Sahel is the only Tunisian side with up to two titles. The club won it in 1998 and ten years later in 2008.
They are the most successful Tunisian outlet in the competition. Sahel is also one of the top most respected football clubs in Africa.
Étoile du Sahel have lost in three finals.
Years Won: 2000, 2019.
Raja Casablanca is a professional football club in Morocco. The club boost of two African Super Cup titles won in 2000 and 2019.
Raja Casablanca is the most successful team from Morocco when it comes to the African Super Cup winners list.
Years Won: 2004, 2005.
Enyimba FC is a Nigerian football club and the first team in the history of the CAF Super Cup to defend the title it won.
The club won its first title in 2004 and successfully defended it the following year in 2005.
Enyimba FC is the most successful team from Nigeria in Super Cup and the only Nigerian team to have won it.
Other notable winners of the CAF Super Cup
Esperance Tunis – 1 Title
Wydad Casablanca – 1 Title
Africa Sports – 1 Title
Hearts of Oak – 1 Title
Orlando Pirates – 1 Title
ASEC Mimosas – 1 Title
Maghreb Fez – 1 Title
ES Sétif – 1 Title
Mamelodi Sundowns – 1 Title
Full list of winners
2021 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2020 Zamalek (Egypt)
2019 Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
2018 Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
2017 Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)
2016 TP Mazembe (DR Congo)
2015 ES Setif (Algeria)
2014 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2013 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2012 Maghreb Fez (Morocco)
2011 TP Mazembe (DR Congo)
2010 TP Mazembe (DR Congo)
2009 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2008 Étoile du Sahel (Tunisia)
2007 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2006 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2005 Enyimba FC (Nigeria)
2004 Enyimba FC (Nigeria)
2003 Zamalek (Egypt)
2002 Al Ahly (Egypt)
2001 Hearts of Oak (Ghana)
2000 Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
1999 ASEC Mimosas (Ivory Coast)
1998 Étoile du Sahel (Tunisia)
1997 Zamalek (Egypt)
1996 Orlando Pirates (South Africa)
1995 ES Tunis (Tunisia)
1994 Zamalek (Egypt)
1993 Africa Sports (Ivory Coast)
Champions by Competitions
CAF Champions League 24
CAF Confederation Cup 3
Performance by Nation
Congo DR Congo 3
Ivory Coast 2
South Africa 2
The CAF Super Cup is the third most popular football activity in Africa behind the CAF Confederations Cup and the Champions League.
It is a one-off match as the Champions of Champions clash between the continent’s top club Competitions.
Since the establishment of the CAF Super Cup, Champions League winners have emerged victorious more than teams representing the Confederations Cup.
This article highlights the CAF Super Cup winners list, African Super Cup Champions in history.