Thrilling weekend awaits as the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup kick off-all the fixtures


With the official start of the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League and TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup today, premium continental club football will be back on television this weekend.

The CAF Interclub Competition will be broadcast on CAF’s pay television partners, beIN Sport (in Arabic, English, and French), CANAL+ (in French), AZAM (in English and Swahili), and New World TV (in English and local languages), both throughout the continent and around the world.

This will guarantee that the general public can watch all continental club football through a number of Free to Air broadcasters spread throughout the continent. They consist, among others, of SABC, MAX TV, SNRT, AZAM, EPTV, ERTU, TPA, DRTV, and TUNIS TV.

The TotalEnergies CAF Champions League has USD 4,000,000 in prize money, which is a huge 40% increase from

The winner of the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup receives USD $2,000,000.

The first match of the TotalEnergies Champions League will take place in Cairo, Egypt. Former champions TP Mazembe will play Egypt’s Pyramids, a team that has shown promise in the CAF Interclub competition but hasn’t established itself as one of the dominant forces in African football yet.

The game is scheduled to begin at 18:00 local time (16:30 GMT).

Next up is Algeria’s CR Belouizdad, who will play host to Tanzania’s Young Africans, the runners-up in the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup from the previous season.

Al Ahly, the defending CAF Champions League champions, will take on Medeama at home in an attempt to win a record 12 trophies.

African Football League (AFL) Champions Mamelodi Sundowns will play this season’s surprise package, FC Nouadhibou from Mauritania, at home to wrap up the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League action. Many people are unaware of the Club from Nouadhibou, a seaside town in Mauritania, but they have achieved some notable feats, such as defeating Real Bamako 3-0 during this competition’s qualifying stages.

On Sunday, Al Hilal Benghazi of Libya will play USM Alger, the reigning champions from Algeria, in the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup. Over the past few seasons, Al Hilal Benghazi has significantly improved in continental football.

Academica do Lobito of Angola will take on Rivers United of Nigeria, the only team representing Nigeria in this season’s CAF Inter-Club competition.

TotalEnergies CAF Champions League Fixtures:

Friday, 24 November 

16h00 GMT | Pyramids vs TP Mazembe

19h00 GMT | CR Belouizdad vs Young Africans

Saturday, 25 November 

13h00 GMT | Simba AC vs Asec Mimmosas

16h00 GMT | Atletico Petroleos vs Al-Hilal

16h00 GMT | ES Tunis vs ES Sahel

19h00 GMT | Al Ahly vs Medeama

21h00 GMT | Wydad AC vs Jwaneng Galaxy FC

Sunday, 26 November

13h00 GMT | Mamelodi Sundowns vs Nouadhibou

TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup Fixtures | Sunday, 26 November:

13h00 GMT | Modern Future vs SuperSport United

13h00 GMT | Club Africain vs Dreams FC 

16h00 GMT | Zamalek FC vs Abu Salem

16h00 GMT | Segrada Esperanca vs CO Coyah

16h00 GMT | Rivers United vs Academica do Lobito

16h00 GMT | Diables Noirs vs Stade Malien

19h00 GMT | USM Alger vs Al Hilal Benghazi

19h00 GMT | RS Berkane vs Sekhukhune United

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