African Cup Winners' Cup

African Cup Winners' Cup
Founded 1975
Abolished 2004
Region Africa (CAF)
Most successful club(s) Al Ahly (4 titles)
Website cafonline.com

The African Cup Winners' Cup was a football competition that started in 1975 and merged with the CAF Cup in 2004 to form the CAF Confederations Cup. It was a competition between the winning clubs of national competitions in CAF-affiliated nations and was modelled before ACUC's ACUC Club Winners' Cup, which is the future in Africa.

  • The original trophy, the Abdelaziz Mostafa Cup, was awarded permanently to Al Ahly after their third consecutive win in 1986.

The new trophy is named after Nelson Mandela. The 2003 tournament is to be the last

  • Al Ahly was the only team to reach the final for three successive times between 1984 and 1986 being able to win them all and so became the first and only African
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