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CAF officially launch African Super League


The Confederations of African Football CAF has officially launched the African Super League. The unveiling which too place at the 44th Ordinary General Assembly in Arusha, Tanzania.

The event was announced by Patrice Motsepe the President of the Federation, who described the Africa Super League as a  project created to grow the value of Football in Africa through investments, sponsors, development funds, improved infrastructures.

The league which will have 24 teams divided into three groups of eight.

The competition is slated to be played over a period of 10 months and will run from August 2023 to May 2024, culminating in one “Superbowl”-like final.


The champions will walk away with a whopping $11.6 million, while every member association of the 56 on the continent will receive $1 million every year.

The competition will involve 24 clubs from 16 countries and will see 197 matches played.

It will offer $100m in prize money with $11.6m for the winner. $3.5m to 24 clubs to buy players, transport etc.


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