CAF Competition

Kaizer Chiefs’ first participation in a CAF Cup competition came in the 1993 African Champions Cup, nowadays called the Champions League. Amakhosi reached the second round of the Champions Cup in 1993 when it was beaten...

CAF Cup competitions

Kaizer Chiefs’ first participation in a CAF Cup competition came in the 1993 African Champions Cup, nowadays called the Champions League. Amakhosi reached the second round of the Champions Cup in 1993 when it was beaten over two rounds by Egyptian side Zamalek. The biggest success of the Glamour Boys on the African continent came in 2001, winning the Cup Winners’ Cup. Muhsin Ertugral’s coached side beat Angola’s Interclube in the final. The African Cup Winners’ Cup was competition that started in 1975. It merged in 2004 with the CAF Cup to form the CAF Confederations Cup. Thanks to winning the Cup Winners’ Cup, Amakhosi played in the 2001 Super Cup, only to lose 4-1 to Egypt’s Al Ahly. Chiefs were crowned African Club of the Year in 2001 at the CAF awards ceremony in April 2002. The Glamour Boys participated most recently 2014 and 2015 editions of the Champions League.

African Cup Winners’ Cup

2001: 1st leg: Interclube (Angola) 1-1 (1-1)            Kaizer Chiefs

2001: 2nd leg: Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 (0-0)                    Interclube (Angola)