CAF Super Cup: The Previous Winners

Sydney Mahlangu
TP Mazembe Team Picture during the CAF Champions League match between Mamelodi Sundowns and TP Mazembe on 14 March 2015 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium

On Saturday February 18, 2017 at the Lucas Moripe Stadium, Pretoria, CAF Champions League holders Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa will battle for the CAF Super Cup against TP Mazembe of DR Congo.

The Congolese, winners of the CAF Confederation Cup in 2016 are the visitors as per the competition rules.

Unlike Sundowns, where Ugandan goalie Denis Onyango plies his trade, TP Mazembe has won the competition on three occasions.

But besides the Congolese giants, who has won the competition previously?

Kawowo Sports’ Ismael Kiyonga reveals the previous winners since the competition’s inception in 1992.

1992: Africa Sports (Côte d’Ivoire)

1993: Zamalek (Egypt)

1994: Esperance (Tunisia)

1995: Orlando Pirates (South Africa)

1996: Zamalek (Egypt)

1997: Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia)

1998: ASEC Mimosas (Côte d’Ivoire)

1999: Raja Casablanca (Morocco)

2000: Hearts of Oak (Ghana)

2001: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2002: Zamalek (Egypt)

2003: Enyimba (Nigeria)

2004: Enyimba (Nigeria)

2005: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2006: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2007: Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia)

2008: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2009: TP Mazembe (DR Congo)

2010: TP Mazembe (DR Congo)

2011: MAS Fès (Morocco)

2012: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2013: Al-Ahly (Egypt)

2014: Entente Sportive Setif (Algeria)

2015: TP Mazembe (DR Congo)

The Previous Finals since 1992

1992: Abidjan Africa Sports – Wydad Athletic Club 2-2 (5-3 pen)

1993: Johannesburg Zamalek – Al-Ahly 1-0

1994: Alexandria Esperance – Daring Club Motema Pembe 3-0

1995: Cape Town Orlando Pirates – JS Kabylie 1-0

1996: Cairo Zamalek – Arab Contractors 0-0 (4-2 pen]

1997: Casablanca Etoile du Sahel – Raja Casablanca 2-2 (4-2 pen]

1998: Abidjan ASEC Mimosas – Esperance 3-1 (after extra time)

1999: Casablanca Raja Casablanca – Africa Sports 2-0

2000: Kumasi Hearts of Oak – Zamalek 2-0

2001: Cairo Al-Ahly – Kaizer Chiefs 4-1

2002: Cairo Zamalek – Wydad Athletic Club 3-1

2003: Aba Enyimba – Etoile du Sahel 1-0

2004: Aba Enyimba (Aba) – Hearts of Oak 2-0 (after extra time)

2005: Cairo, Al-Ahly – AS FAR 0-0 (4-2 pen)

2006: Addis Ababa, Al-Ahly – Etoile du Sahel 0-0 (5-4 pen)

2007: Rades, Etoile du Sahel 2-1 CS Sfaxien 2-1

2008: Cairo Al-Ahly – CS Sfaxien 2-1

2009: Lubumbashi, TP Mazembe – Stade Malien 2-0

2010: Lubumbashi, TP Mazembe – FUS Rabat 0-0 (9-8 pen)

2011: Rades MAS Fès 1-1 Esperance 1-1 (4-3 pen)

2012: Alexandria, Al-Ahly – AC Leopards Dolisie 2-1

2013: Cairo, Al-Ahly – CS Sfaxien 3-2

2014: Blida, ES Setif – Al-Ahly 1-1 (6-5 pen)

2015: Lubumbashi, TP Mazembe – Etoile Du Sahel 2-1

Wins by Clubs

6 – Al-Ahly

3 – TP Mazembe, Zamalek

2 – Enyimba, Etoile du Sahel 2

1 – Africa Sports, ASEC Mimosas, Entente Sportive Setif, Esperance, Hearts of Oak, MAS Fes, Orlando Pirates, Raja Athletic.

Wins by countries

9 – Egypt 3 – DR Congo, Tunisia

2 – Côte-d’Ivoire, Morocco, Nigeria

1 – South Africa, Algeria and Ghana