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Before the Egyptian Al-Ahly and Wydad signed .. the African Champions League champions were recorded

Before the Egyptian Al-Ahly and Wydad signed .. the African Champions League champions were recorded

Before the Egyptian Al-Ahly and Wydad signed .. the African Champions League champions were recorded

Moroccan Wydad wishes to devote its superiority in the finals to Al-Ahly of Egypt, when they face Sunday at Mohammed V Stadium in the economic capital, Casablanca, in the second leg of the final round of the African Champions League for football, while the Cairo team is looking to enhance its record number of titles.

“Wydad” beat Al-Ahly twice previously, in the 2017 final with Walid Al-Karti’s header, after they tied the first leg in Cairo 1-1, and the second was last season when the final was held from one match at the same stadium also, with two clean goals scored by Zuhair Al-Metraji.

Al-Ahly has the advantage of winning the first leg last week in Cairo (2-1), and therefore its victory or draw gives it the eleventh title in its history and enhances its record.

While the Casablanca team needs to win to be crowned for the fourth time in its history and the second in a row, knowing that the African Union adopts the rule of preference for goals scored outside the ground in the event of a tie.

The following is the record of the clubs that won the CAF Champions League title since 1964, before the second leg of the 2023 final between Moroccan Wydad and Al-Ahly of Egypt (2-1 for Al-Ahly in the first leg):

2023: Wydad Casablanca (Morocco) – Al-Ahly (Egypt) ???
2022: Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
2021: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2020: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2019: Esperance Sportive (Tunisia)
2018: Esperance Sportive (Tunisia)
2017: Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
2016: Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)
2015: Mazembe (DR Congo)
2014: ES Setif (Algeria)
2013: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2012: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2011: Esperance Sportive (Tunisia)
2010: Mazembe (DR Congo)
2009: Mazembe (DR Congo)
2008: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2007: Etoile Sahel (Tunisia)
2006: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2005: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2004: Enyimba (Nigeria)
2003: Enyimba (Nigeria)
2002: Zamalek (Egypt)
2001: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
2000: Hearts of Oak (Ghana)
1999: Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
1998: ASEC Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
1997: Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
1996: Zamalek (Egypt)
1995: Orlando Pirates (South Africa)
1994: Esperance Sportive (Tunisia)
1993: Zamalek (Egypt)
1992: Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
1991: Club Africain (Tunisia)
1990: JS Kabylie (Algeria)
1989: Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
1988: ES Setif (Algeria)
1987: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
1986: Zamalek (Egypt)
1985: Royal Army (Morocco)
1984: Zamalek (Egypt)
1983: Asante Kotoko (Ghana)
1982: Al-Ahly (Egypt)
1981: Tizi Ouzou (now JS Kabylie) (Algeria)
1980: Canon Yaoundé (Cameroon)
1979: Union Douala (Cameroon)
1978: Canon Yaoundé (Cameroon)
1977: Havia Conakry (Guinea)
1976: Mouloudia Alger (Algeria)
1975: Havia Conakry (Guinea)
1974: Kara Brazzaville (Congo)
1973: Vita Club (DR Congo, formerly Zaire)
1972: Havia Conakry (Guinea)
1971: Canon Yaoundé (Cameroon)
1970: Asante Kotoko (Ghana)
1969: Ismaily (Egypt)
1968: TB Englebert (present-day Mazembe) (Zaire, present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo)
1967: TB Engelbert (now Mazembe) (Zaire, now DR Congo)
1966: Abidjan Stadium (Ivory Coast)
1965: Not established
1964: Oryx Douala (Cameroon)

Most crowned:
10 titles: Al-Ahly of Egypt
5 titles: Egyptian Zamalek and Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe
4 titles: Esperance de Tunis
3 titles: Havia El Guinean, Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, Raja Casablanca of Morocco, Canon Yaounde of Cameroon

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