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Asante Kotoko Ranked Among Top 50 Clubs In Africa, Hearts of Oak, Ashgold Did Not Make List

Asante Kotoko Sporting Club is the only Ghanaian side ranked in the top 50 clubs in Africa as North Africans giants remain firmly and literally at the pinnacle of the continent.

According to FootballDataBase’s quarterly ranking report, record eight-time champions Al Ahly top the standings ahead of Tunisian giants Esperance.

Five-time champions league and two-time Confederation Cup Congolese winners, TP Mazembe, proudly maintain their place in the third position, while 2020 Champions League finalist Zamalek and 2016 champions Sundowns sit fourth and fifth respectively.

With the exception of TP Mazembe and Sundowns, the top 10 features eight clubs from North Africa.

Asante Kotoko is the highest-ranked Ghanaian side, who are in 33rd after climbing one place up.

The Porcupines are followed by AshantiGold who are ranked 51st after moving one place up. Aduana Stars have dropped from 73rd to 76th whereas their regional rivals Berekum Chelsea have also moved from 76th to 86th position. Hearts of Oak maintained their place at the 92nd position.

Top 50 standing:

Al Ahly
Esperance de Tunis
TP Mazembe
El Zamalek
Mamelodi Sundowns FC
Al-Merreikh
Al Hilal Omdurman
Etoile du Sahel
CS Sfaxien
Wydad Casablanca
Vita Club
RCA Raja Casablanca Athletic
1º de Agosto
Dynamos
Stade Malien Bamako
Es Setif
Orlando Pirates
Djoliba AC
Coton Sport
Atletico Petro Luanda
Bidvets Wits
Enyimba
Pyramids FC
RS Berkane
ASEC Mimosas
Motema Pembe
Kaizer Chiefs
Al Masry
Recreativo do Libolo
Plateau United
FUS Rabat
Supersports United
Asante Kotoko
Club Africain
Highlanders
Saint-Eloi Lupopo
CR Belouizdad
Enugu Rangers
Olympique de Bamako
Kano Pillars
JS Saoura
AS Réal Bamako
Lobi Stars
Kabuscorp SCP
JS Kabylie
Dolphins FC
Gunners FC
UMS de Loum
USM Alger
MC Alger

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