The top five clubs with the most silverware all come from North Africa – Egypt’s Al-Ahly and Zamalek are first and second; Algeria’s JS Kabylie and Tunisia’s Etiole du Sahel are tied in third; Morocco’s Raja Casablanca is fifth
Egypt has two of Africa’s oldest football clubs, with a famous rivalry: Al-Ahly and Zamalek, which are both more than 100 years old. Ghana’s Hearts of Oak also goes back to 1911.
Libya’s stadiums have the highest capacity in Africa when measured as a proportion of a country’s population, followed by South Africa, Mauritius and Tunisia.
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