As expected, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the launch of an African Super League from 2023.
This African Super League, endowed with 100 million dollars, will perhaps allow African club football to take on a new dimension. It is in any case the hope of the leaders of the CAF, who promise more details on this new competition next month during a launching ceremony organized in Tanzania. The launch of this Super League had been unanimously approved in 2021 by the 54 member associations of CAF.
About twenty clubs would be directly concerned by the future African Super League. Zamalek, Al-Ahly (Egypt), Esperance Tunis, Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia), WAC Casablanca, Raja Casablanca (Morocco), TP Mazembe (DR Congo), and Algerian clubs (JS Kabylie) or South Africans (Kaizer Chiefs) should be part of the adventure.