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5 Richest Clubs In Africa In 2022 | Number 1 Is Worth (R431.5 Million)

The Wealthiest Football Clubs in Africa in 2022 Looking for the wealthiest football clubs in Africa? Then you've come to the right place.

One of the most lucrative and patriotic vocations or professions to pursue is being a footballer, representing one's country in the football community or playing for a specific club. On the one hand, it is a lucrative career because it allows the footballer to meet his or her financial obligations. It is, however, a patriotic employment because it allows the footballer to advocate for and increase the value of his or her team in foreign communities.

As a result, the goal of this article is to give you a list of Africa's top 10 wealthiest football clubs as of 2022.

5. Zamalek — $18.7 million.

On January 5, 1911, the Zamalek Sporting Club (formerly known as Qasr Al Nile Club) was founded, with George Marzbach as its first president. Before being called Zamalek SC, the club was known as Al-Mokhtalat Club and King Faruk.

The club has never been relegated and has more CAF trophies than any other African country, making it Africa's most titled club.

4. Club Africain — $20.8 million

CA, or Club Africain, is a Tunisian Omniport Club founded in Tunis in 1920. The club is most known for their association football team, which is one of Tunisia's most prominent football clubs and competes in the Tunisian Championship. The club is now called as the Beb Jedid Team, and is managed by Victor Zvunka and chaired by Abdesslam Younsi.

The club has won the Tunisian League, the North African Cup of Champions, the Arab Cup Winners' Cup, the Arab Champions League, the Arab Super Cup, and other medals.

3. Pyramid FC — $22.3 million.

Pyramid FC, usually known as PFC, is an Egyptian football team based in Cairo. In Assiut, it was created in 2008 under the name Al Assiouty Sport.

The Egyptian Premier League, the top flight of the Egyptian Football League System, is where the team now participates. The 30 June Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 30,000, hosts home games (30,000).

2. Kaizer Chiefs Net Worth: $23,244,584

Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, chaired by Kaizer Motaung, is a Johannesburg-based South African football club formed 49 years ago in 1970.

Because of the Level of expertise demonstrated by its players, the club was given the nicknames Amakhosi, which means "Lords" or "Chiefs" in Zulu, and Phefeni Glamour Boys.

1. Al Ahli Net Worth: $28,227,893 (R431.5 Milion)

The most popular sport in the planet is football. The KASC Stadium (King Abdullah Sports City Stadium) is a home-based stadium featuring paid home games. The Federation of Football Associations has given the club various accolades (FIFA).

Among the accolades are the Saudi Professional League, the King Cup, the Saudi Super Cup, the Crown Prince Cup, the Saudi Federation Cup, the Arab Champions League, the Gulf Club Champions Cup, the Massif Cup, the Al Jazeera International Championship, and the International Friendship Championship.


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