Ratiba ya AFL 2023 African Football League

Ratiba ya AFL 2023 African Football League: Ratiba ya Africa Super League 2023-24 fixtures and teams. The African Football League will be an annual continental club football competition run by CAF from August 2023. It was announced by Gianni Infantino, FIFA President on November 28, 2019.

It was launched on August 10, 2022 in Tanzania and will include twenty. -four elite African clubs with a promotion/relegation system. The essence of organizing this championship is a great financial benefit, expected to exceed 100 million dollars, which will be used to develop and improve stadiums, infrastructure and promote African football.

CAF wants to start the competition in August 2023 and reports indicate that 24 clubs will be arranged in three groups of eight teams, before the knockout stage begins in the round of 16.

AFL Fixtures 2023

  1. Friday 20 October at 18h00 local time (15h00 GMT): Simba 2-2 Al Ahly [Benjamin Mkapa Stadium]
  2. Saturday, 21 October at 15h30 GMT: Atlético Petróleos de Luanda 0-2 Mamelodi Sundowns [at Luanda’s Estadio 11 de Novembro]
  3. Sunday 22, at 18h00 GMT: TP Mazembe 1-0 Esperance Tunisienne [Benjamin Mkapa Stadium]
  4. Sunday 22 October at 18h00 GMT: Enyimba FC 0-1 Wydad Athletic Club [Uyo’s Goodwill Akpabo Stadium]

2nd Leg

  1. 24 October: Al Ahly 1-1 Simba SC
  2. 24 October: Mamelodi Sundowns 0-0 Atlético Petróleos de Luanda
  3. 26 October: Esperance Tunisienne 3-0 TP Mazembe
  4. 26 October: Wydad Athletic Club 3-0 Enyimba FC

SEMI FINAL

  1. 29 October: Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Ahly [21:00]
  2. 29 October: Wydad AC vs Esperance Tunisienne [18:00]

2nd Leg

  1. 1 November: Esperance Tunisienne vs Wydad AC
  2. 1 November: Al Ahly vs Mamelodi Sundowns

Ratiba ya AFL 2023 African Football League

Money distribution

The African Football League is expected to have a total prize money of 100 million dollars. The winner of the competition will receive 11.5 million dollars, while each participating club will initially receive 2.5 million dollars. This significant financial investment aims to support the development of football in Africa.

Part of the funding allocated to the African Football League will be used to distribute 1 million dollars per year to each of the 54 member countries of CAF. This amounts to a total investment of 54 million dollars per year, which will contribute to the growth of football across the continent.

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