In this blog you will know about: Richest Football Clubs In Africa,  Football has become the most popular and lucrative game in Africa. Soccer clubs in Africa transcends the spectacular flairs portrayed by the players and the cheering from supporters on the field of play.

Today, there are a lot of football clubs in Africa and with their national and continental success, are doing extremely well in our contemporary world of business. let’s look at some of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Read more: Enock mwepu Brighton sign-zambian midfielder from RB Salzburg

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Kaizer Chiefs is a South African soccer club playing in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa. The team is popular among the few clubs in South Africa making extraordinary feats in and around the world.

It’s regarded as the club with the highest trophies (more than 50 trophies) from the South African Premier Soccer League and the rival of league contestants, Orlando Pirates.

It was established on January 07, 1970, with its jersey colors black and gold. It is currently coached by Stuart Baxter and chaired by Kaizer Motaung. Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

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Al Ahly Sporting Club is an Egyptian soccer club that was founded on April 24, 1907, in Egypt’s capital, Cairo by Omar Lotfy who was the head of the High School Students’ Club at the time. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The name “Al Ahly” is an Arabic word that literally means “The National Club”. The club plays a couple of leagues which are, CAF Champions League, Egyptian Premier League, Cairo League, and Egypt Cup.

As the most decorated and second-best soccer club in the world, “the Red Devils” is ranked as the club with the most trophies. It has won 10 titles for CAF Champions League, 42 trophies for Egyptian Premier League, 37 for Egypt Cup, 11 for Egyptian Super Cup, and 1 CAF Confederation Cup.

It has 22 continental trophies and 23 international titles. Al Ahly SC is currently owned by veteran Al Ahly player Mahmoud El Khatib and managed by Pitso Mosimane.

Tout Puissant Mazembe is a Congolese soccer club founded in 1939 in present-day Lubumbashi, the third-largest city in the Republic of Congo. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

It plays in the CAF championship and DR Congo’s Linafoot league.

TP Mazembe is regarded as one of the most successful football clubs in Africa having achieved 38 trophies locally and internationally, following its existence 82 years ago.

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The breakdown of the titles includes 27 for domestic competitions and 11 for international competitions. Currently, the club is coached and headed by Mihayo Kazembe and Moïse Katumbi.

Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known for its strong local rivalry with a neighboring club, Al Ahly SC.  Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer.

Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups.

The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

These giant teams have records of drawing in most of their game and keeping fans wondering which is the best. They are all the best football clubs anyway.

Raja Club Atheltic is a professional football club located in Casablanca, the capital of Morocco.

The team was founded on March 20, 1949, by Moroccan government officials presided by Moulay Sassi Ben Ahmed El Alaoui Aboudarka.

It plays for the Moroccan professional league, Batola Pro. Talking of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Raja Club is no exertion.

The club has won 12 titles domestically for Batola Leauge, 8 Moroccan Throne Cup, and 12 intercontinental titles including 3 CAF Champions Leagues.

Nicknamed the Super Green Eagles, the club was ranked in 2000 as the 10th on the list of FIFA’s best world clubs. It is regarded as the fourth-Richest Football Clubs In Africa. The club is now chaired by Rachid Andaloussi and managed by Lassaad Chabbi.


 Chabab Riadhi de Belouizdad or CR Belouizdad is an Algerian football club known to be one of Arica’s topmost and Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Founded on July 15, 1962, out of two former soccer clubs, Widad Riadhi Belcourt and the Athletic Club de Belcourt, the soccer club has made over 50 appearances in a soccer tournament and has won multiple trophies and titles since its establishment. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The club plays in the Algerian league, Ligue Professionnelle 1, and has succeeded Seven times as champions. Subsequently, CRB won eight times for the Algerian cup, two times for Algerian Super Cup, three times for Maghreb Champions Cup, and an Algerian League Cup title.


Orlando Pirates Football Club is a professional soccer club with its headquarters in Houghton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The South African giant soccer club famously known as “the Buccaneers” was founded in 1937 at its former location, Orlando in Soweto SA.  The Buccaneers play in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa and usually plays its home games at the Orlando stadium.

They have a record of championing the South African premier soccer league nine times among many international and continental trophies.

The team has been topping sports headlines with their current transformation from their new signings and classy designs of their new kits. Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Orlando Pirates FC is chaired by Irvin Khoza and Managed by Josef Zinnbauer.

L’Esperance Tunis is a Tunisian sports club currently playing in the Tunisian top division league, the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1. Well known as one of Africa’s wealthiest and best football clubs, the club has a record of winning the local league 31 times and 13 international titles alongside other sub-club tournaments.

MC Alger is the abbreviation of the Algerian football club, Mouloudia Club d’Alger. Founded in 1921 with its traditional colors, red-green, and white, the club is currently playing in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Per the club’s records, it was the first club from Algeria to emerge as the winner of the African Cup of Champions Clubs in 1976.

It also emerged as the champions 7 times for the Algerian league and 8 times for the Algerian Cup. MC Alger is now led by Abdenacer Almas and Coach by Nabil Neghiz.


Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known to be the rival of its neighboring club, Al Ahly SC. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

 Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer. Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups. The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

Looking at the outstanding achievement of the above-listed clubs, there’s no doubt that they are selected among the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Kudos and more grease to their elbows.

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Sadio Mane Names Best Footballer 

Sadio Mane, is a skillful soccer player for the Senegal national team as midfielder for both the national team and his premier league club Liverpool, England.

Mane, born on April 10, 1992 in Sedhiou in Senegal, began his soccer profession at age 19 as an academy player for the Senegal soccer academy, then made it to his first football club in Metz which is a French football club.

He has made it to several football clubs in his football career. Some of the teams he played for includes red bull Salzburg in 2012, Southampton, 2014 to 2016 and from 2016 till today, playing for the Liverpool football club.

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He’s such a great talent who has contribute raising the banner of all the clubs he joined to some level. He led some to win trophies and won against their opponents.

In his national team, with his 68 appearances, he scored 19 goals making him the fifth champion of goal scoring and helping Senegal to secondly qualify to the 2018 FIFA World Cup competition.

Sadio Mane who is considered as part of the world’s best players, was crowned the best African Footballer of the Year, for the first time on Tuesday night, January 07, 2020

after winning the 2018/2016 season of Premier League Golden Boot and making it to the fifth position of the Ballon d’Or, same year including other awards.

The Senegalese soccer player, since his appearances for Liverpool, has contributed massively to their success.

He helped Liverpool to continuously reach UEFA Champions League Finals and won the trophy in 2019.

He’s the second Senegalese to be honoured the African Best Footballer.

Credit: Sadio Mane

Ghanaian football Legend Asamoah Gyan is a year older Today! Join us in wishing this talented International football icon Gods blessings!


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Asamoah Gyan aka Baby Jet is a Ghanaian International football player who plays internationaly and for the Ghana Black Stars.

We can say with confident that, he has his used his status as a famous footballer to put Ghana and African on the map. And has in so many ways giving back to most communities in Ghana…

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He made his international debut at forward for Ghana at age 17. He scored his first goal against Somalia in 2003 in a 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier, making him the youngest player ever to score for Ghana and went on to score 4 goals in 7 games …





Giving back to the community, be it in a form of money or time, is one of the most important and precious things anyone can do!  Asamoah Gyan gives back to the community through charity and more

We are very proud of you Gyan!


Photo credit: Asamoah Gyan

Asamoah Gyan – African Celebrities Who Inspire Us 

FBF: History of Ghana football will be incomplete without mentioning the indispensable contribution of a football veteran, Asamoah Gyan. 

The Ghanaian professional football striker began his outstanding career in the Ghanaian Premier League before gaining the attention of top European clubs.

Asamoah Gyan made enviable history as one of the few to win the BBC African Footballer of the Year in 2010 along with three consecutive awards of the UAE Pro League Top Scorer in 2012, 2013 and 2014.


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Asamoah Gyan was born in Greater Accra, Ghana on the 22nd of November, 1985. He grew up loving the poplar Ghanaian football legend, Abedi Pele and decided to work in her footsteps.

Gyan played for several local clubs in Ghana before signing his first professional career with Liberty Professionals in 2003. His talent, power, dribbling skills, and shot accuracy quickly attracted the interest of several clubs in Europe.

He began with Udinese and later, Modena, Rennes, and Sunderland before moving to Asia to play for clubs like Al Ain and Shanghai SIPG.


Internationally, Gyan had over one hundred caps and netted on  over 51 occasions for his country.

Aside from football career, Gyan is also a prominent visionary business tycoon. He has invested many businesses, such as

‘Baby Jet Airlines’ which is scheduled to be in operations soon, Mama Vits noodles and rice, Baby Jet App and more

It is yet to be understandable, how the talented footballer mixes football with his ever-demanding business. However, Gyan has not lost his focus at any point in time as he continues to bring glory to the country while developing his investment yet further.


Giving Back To The Community:  The striker promote African talents in his own way. He has helped many Ghanaian boxers to live their dreams by promoting outstanding boxers in Ghana.

One of the prominent boxing personalities under the tent of his Baby Jet promotion is Emmanuel Tagoe. He also has a foundation that focuses on managing young boxers and helps them get to the peak of their potentials.

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Gyan also own an energy drink company, bottled water company called the Paradise Pac Drinking Water. Arguably, he has helped increase employment opportunities in his Ghana.

For those who can’t have enough of Gyan. You’re in luck, he has started a new series on you called Adventures of Asamoah Gyan’ Do check it out. 

Adventures of Asamoah Gyan

Looking at the above, one would swiftly conclude that the veteran striker is well prepared for his retirement as the 33-year-old understands that his playing career will soon come to an end.

Many footballers pick up coaching career after this, but for Gyan, his path has been set already. 



We celebrate Asamoah Gyan as one of the amazing people of Africa and the Diaspora. 


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African Celebrities Who Inspire Us: The Pele Family are on top of our Fathers and Sons in football List!

Abedi Ayew, popularly known as Abedi Pele is a Ghanaian retired footballer who played for most part of his career as an attacking midfielder and captain of the Black Stars.

Legend Abedi Ayew Pele!

He was one of the best footballers during his time and is still regarded as one of the greatest African footballers of all time.

Abedi Pele’s hard work and talents was recruited by many European clubs such as Marseille, Lille, Lyon, Zurich, Torino among others.

In addition to the above, he is one of the Africa’s most decorated footballers ever, winning the African Footballer of The Year on three occasions.

He earned himself a top placing in voting at the 1991 and 1992 FIFA World Player of the Year.




He is blessed as many Ghanaian would say, breathes football and definitely must have birthed football.

Sure he did as all his three sons grew up to become world renowned footballers.

The Ayew brothers played a patriotic part to their nation by representing Ghana national team and all the 3 made remarkable contributions to their country.

Currently, Rahim Ayew, André Ayew and Jordan Ayew are playing in top clubs in Europe and are all making remarkable impacts to their respective clubs.

Rahim Ayew
Rahim Ayew



At a point in time, Andre and Jordan were playing for the same club Swansea City F.C before Jordan’s loan at the Crystal Palace F.C.


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André Ayew


Jordan Ayew
Jordan Ayew

Abedi Pele gave birth to attackers and scorers,  However, Rahim Ayew’s talent in the middle of the pitch, shielding the defenders.

The Ayew Brothers have won numerous silverwares and are still making huge impact in the football industry

The Ayew Family Are Huge Inspiration To The World

Photo Credit: Ibrahim Ayew|André Ayew | Jordan Ayew|

Source: Ghana News| First hand info

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The Pogba family raised a young generation full of footballers. The youngest sibling is the Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba who was born in 1993.

The French –Guinean footballer started his career at a very young age with US Roissy-en-Brie. When he was only 13, he was appointed as the captain of the youth tea of US Torcy.

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His professional debut was with Le Havre’s under-16 team. He relocated to the UK to play for the youth team of Manchester United, much to the disapproval of Le Havre because of the early termination of their contract.

After training as a senior youth member, he played for the Italian team Juventus for four years before going back to Manchester United.

His performance in Juventus earned him several awards such as the Golden Boy Award and the Bravo Award.

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One of the older twin Pogbas is Florentin, who was born in 1990 in Guinea. Initially playing for the local teams in France, he attracted the attention of the Spanish club Celta Vigo, where he played for the senior team for two years.


Photo Credit: Florentin Pogba


He then joined Sedan’s reserve team and the professional team, quickly becoming one of the favourites in the team.

His longest contract was with AS Saint-Etienne where he stayed for 6 years although he took a break due to a knee injury.

Between 2018 and 2019, he was at the Turkish club Genclerbirligi for a short while. He currently plays for the Major League Soccer club Atlanta United FC.


The twin of Florentin Pogba is a striker at Tours. Just like Florentin, his debut was at the youth team of Celta Vigo.

Between 2010 and 2014, he was at the English teams Wrexham and Crewe Alexandra.

He kept transferring to various teams such as Pescara, Crawley Town, Partick Thistle and Sparta Rotterdam, before ending up at Tours in 2018.

He is also employed at the Guinea National Team alongside his twin brother.


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Mario Balotelli

Italian professional footballer Mario Balotelli enjoyed a youthful career in Inter Milan under Jose Mourinho.

In 2012, Mario Balotelli scored a goal in the Semi-Final of the Euro 2010 and dedicated it to her foster mother, Silva Balotelli.

The poor boy waited until when he turned 18 before requesting for an Italian citizenship certificate as he was not officially adopted by the Balotelli.

However, he cleared the air in an interview long before gaining the citizenship, saying “I am Italian, I feel Italian, I will forever play with the Italian national team“.

As a young boy, the striker has in his archive, the UEFA Champions League silverware. He won with Inter Milan in 2010 with Inter Milan, then the English Premier League medal and several Italian Series A medals.


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In 2012, Balotelli featured in the New York based international monthly men’s magazine, GQ (Gentlemen Quarterly). He was named the second-best dressed man in the world.

He is a fashionista and we love his unique fashion sense. Go Mario!

He scored a remarkable goal while he was still playing for the English club, Manchester City, and celebrated with a customised t-shirt  “Why Always Me” in an attempted to fend off the numerous racial abuse he has suffered. What every racist turn to forget it that

‘We all bleed the same colour’


The 28-year-old striker remain a very important squad member at Marselle today and has been making more positive headlines.

Photo Credit:Mario Balotelli

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Coach Avram Grant has named Black Stars Squad to take part in the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon (AFCON)

The provisional Black Stars Squad  list includes:


  • Adam Kwarasey
  • Razak Braimah
  • Richard Ofori


  • Asamoah Gyan (Captain)
  •  Jordan Ayew
  • Andre Ayew
  •  Rahpael Dwamena
  • Ebenezer Assifuah
  •  Bernard Tekpetey
  • Abdul-Majeed Waris


  • Jonathan Mensah
  • Harrison Afful
  • Baba Rahman
  • Andy Yiadom
  • John Boye
  • Daniel Amartey
  • Edwin Gyimah
  • Frank Acheampong


  •  Christian Atsu
  • Afriyie Acquah 
  • Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu
  •  Thomas Partey
  • Ebenezer Ofori 
  • Joseph Larweh Attamah
  • Samuel Tetteh
  • Mubarak Wakaso   

 We were expecting some of the above listed names others we were not expecting

What do you think about the above list?  Is your favourite footballer on the list?


albinoOscar Haule is a Tanzanian businessman. He’s not an albino, but he has a vision for albinos. This is the story of a unique football team. In recent years, albinos have been murdered in Tanzania, some as young as six months old, while others have been attacked with machetes and their limbs cut off while alive. Oscar Haule is a Tanzanian businessman. He’s not an albino, but he has a vision for albinos. He wants the world to recognize that albinos are just like everybody else; they can do what others do; they are human beings and should not be killed. He decided that this message could be best spread by example and exposure- and in a world fueled for so many by soccer, what better way than a soccer team with albino players?

Football offers them a rare tool to undermine the limitations  imposed upon them as they travel into the heart of the areas with the highest numbers of Albino killings, one of which is Mwanza. The documentary effectively balances dark insights into the inhuman treatment of Albinos with uplifting scenes of the teams progression from failure to success.

The team members’ mischievous smiles  along with their animated coach, found the audience laughing one minute while silently transfixed to the screen the next.

For more information about this team please contact
Mr. Oscar Haule, a team Director and Coach by:
telephone +255 716 040550

Let’s all help them achieve their dream!