Super League: NFF Set To Receive $1m CAF Windfall

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The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF will earn a minimum of one million dollars from the Confederation of Africa Football, CAF in 2023 being part of the developmental growth that the African Super Cup will guarantee.

The money which is part a $100 million meant for the development of football, will be shared among the 54-member associations of CAF during the year

CAF President, Patrice Motsepe disclosed that the money would be part of $100 million USD to be shared from the accruing financial benefits of the Africa Super League, ASL which takes off next year.

Speaking during the launching of the ASL in Tanzania, Mostepe said the continent’s football umpire is committed to the development of football.

“The CAF Executive Committee took a decision to launch the CAF Africa Super League in August 2022. This League will officially kick-off in August 2023.

“We announced on 3 July 2022 that the total prize money of the CAF Africa Super League will be USD 100 million, with the winner receiving USD 11.5 million.

“We intend paying each Member Association USD 1 million per annum from the CAF Africa Super League funds.

Two-time African club champions Enyimba who won the CAF Champions League in 2003 and 2004 will represent Nigeria in the inaugural edition of the competition.


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