3. Pyramids FC Net Worth: $22.3 Million
The club is currently playing in the Egyptian Premier League, which is the highest league in the Egyptian Football League System. Home games are played on 30 June Stadium, which currently has a thirty (30,000) capacity.
In the summer of 2018 the Chairman of the Saudi Sports Authority Turki Al Sheikh bought Al Assiouty Sport. Previously the honorary president of Al Ahly, Al Sheikh resigned from his position following disagreements about signings and stadium construction, and bought the club from Beni Seuf. The team’s name was changed to Pyramids FC, and the club moved 400km to Cairo. Former Al Ahly coach, Hossam El Badry was announced as chairman of the club, Ahmed Hassan as spokesman and football team supervisor, Hady Khashaba as football director and former Botafogo coach Alberto Valentim as the new manager.
In their first season under the new name, Pyramids finished the 2018–19 Egyptian Premier League in third place, qualifying for the 2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup, and reached the 2019 Egypt Cup Final, where they lost 3-0 to Zamalek.
On 4 July 2019, the Emirati businessman Salem Al Shamsi acquired the ownership of Pyramids FC.
2. Kaizer Chiefs Net Worth: $23.2 Million
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, chaired by Kaizer Motaung, is a Johannesburg -based football club in South Africa and founded 52 years ago in 1970.
Because of the professionalism exhibited by players of the club, the club was nicknamed Amakhosi which means “Lords” or “Chiefs” in Zulu Langauge and Phefeni Glamour Boys.
Chiefs have won 12 league titles (four in the PSL era) and over 50 club trophies. They hold the most trophies amongst the other clubs in the PSL and are the most supported club in the country, drawing an average home attendance of 14,873 in the 2018–19 season, the second-highest in the league. The team plays its home matches at FNB Stadium.
The team has a strong local rivalry with Orlando Pirates, a fellow Soweto team which Chiefs founder Kaizer Motaung played for in his early playing career. Famous players who donned the black and gold jersey in the past include former national team captains Neil Tovey, Lucas Radebe and also Patrick Ntsoelengoe, Gary Bailey, John “Shoes” Moshoeu, Shaun Bartlett, Steve Komphela, Siyabonga Nomvete, and Doctor Khumalo.
Kaizer Chiefs were banned by the African Football (CAF) from competing in African club competitions until 2009 after their abrupt withdrawal from the 2005 CAF Confederation Cup. This was the second time in four years that Chiefs had been penalized by CAF for refusal to participate in a competition.
It is the most supported team in sub-Saharan Africa. Kaizer chiefs had a support base of over 16,000,000 at the turn of the century. Today it is estimated at approximately 40,000,000 fans across Southern Africa. The majority of the fanbase being located in South Africa and neighbouring countries. In January 2020, Kaizer Chiefs celebrated their 50th anniversary.
1. Al Ahly Net Worth: $28.3 MillionFounded in 1937, Al Ahly is a professional Saudi Football Club based in Jeddah, South Africa. The club has Al Ahli Saudi Football Club as its full name. Currently, the club is being managed by Jorge Fossati and chaired by Nadir Damnhouri.
The football has King Abdullah Sports City Stadium (KASC Stadium) has its home-based stadium, where home games are being paid. The club has won many honors officially recognized by the Federation of Football Association (FIFA).
These honors include Saudi Professional League, King Cup, Saudi Super Cup, Crown Prince Cup, Saudi Federation Cup, Arab Champions League, Gulf Club Champions Cup, Massif Cup, Al Jazeera International Championship and International Friendship Championship.
Al Ahly has a record of 42 national league titles, 37 national cup titles and 11 national super cup titles, making them the most decorated club in Egypt. The club has never been relegated to the Egyptian Second Division. Al Ahly is considered the most successful team in Africa and is one of the continent’s giants.
In international competitions, the club has won a record 10 CAF Champions League titles, a CAF Confederation Cup, a record eight CAF Super Cups, a record four African Cup Winners’ Cups, an Afro-Asian Club Championship, an Arab Club Champions Cup, an Arab Cup Winners’ Cup, a record two Arab Super Cups, and has won three bronze medals in the FIFA Club World Cup. With 23 continental titles, Al Ahly is the most successful football club in African history, and was voted by CAF as African club of the 20th century. The club’s international trophy haul is the second largest in world football, behind only Real Madrid.
Conclusion On The Richest Football Clubs In Africa 2022
And there you have them on the richest football clubs in Africa. Even though finances doesn’t necessarily determine who go home with the cup, having the adequate funds to fulfill necessary needs in a club will go a long way in balancing and setting right the machinery like players, training kits, etc needed to improve the value and honor of the football club.
In addition, having adequate funds in a club will enable it to be more active during the transfer season as getting more players will definitely make the team a better one.
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