Football is the leading sport in terms of spectators not only in Africa but in the whole world which has made many companies to heavily invest in it while selling itself to the huge number of spectators making it to be one of the richest sport activity especially in Europe and Asia.
In Africa football is currently revolving for you can't compare it's current status with that of about 20 years back, many things have changed, some leagues in Africa such as that of Egypt are able to sustain themselves throughout the season.
Here is the list of the top 8 richest football clubs in Africa;
1. Al Ahly from Egypt which is worth $28 million.
2. Kaizer Chiefs from South Africa which is worth $23 million.
3. Pyramids FC from Egypt which is worth $22 million.
4. Club Africain from Tunisia which is worth $20 million.
5. Zamalek Sporting club from Egypt which is worth $18 million.
6. Orlando Pirates from South Africa which is worth $15 million.
8. Tp Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo which is worth $11 billion.
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