African Football take a closer statistical look at the CAF Club competitions – Champions League and Confederation Cup – in 2020.

CAF Champions League

9 – Al Ahly secured a record-extending ninth CAF Champions League title, putting them four clear of Zamalek and TP Mazembe (five titles each) on the all-time list.

1 – The 2019-20 CAF Champions League final was the first to feature two teams from the same country (and city!).It Was Egyptian derby between Al Ahly and Zamalek.

86 – The minute in which Mohamed Magdy scored the winning goal for Al Ahly in the final against Zamalek.

7 – TP Mazembe’s Jackson Mulenga was the top goal scorer in the 2019-20 edition of the Champions League. He scored seven goals for the Ravens.

477 – The number of days from the start of the Champions League preliminary round on 9 August 2019 to the final on 27 November 2020. – With the extended time frame due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

CAF Confederation Cup

133 – The number of goals scored in the 2019-20 edition of the CAF Confederation Cup. With Hassania Agadir’s Karim El Berkaoui the top marksman thanks to his eight strikes.

1 – RS Berkane’s triumph over Pyramids FC saw them claim their first-ever continental title.

5 – RSB are the fifth Moroccan team to win the Confederation Cup. They followed in the footsteps of FAR Rabat, FUS Rabat, MAS Fez and Raja Casablanca.

30 – The number of goals scored by Pyramids en-route to their first-eve continental final.

1 – Horoya were the only unbeaten team through the group phase. And they lost just one match in the Confederation Cup, their semifinal against Pyramids.