Al-Ahly club of Egypt reached its best ranking in the world rankings of clubs, according to the “football database” website, which specializes in classifying football clubs in the world.
Al-Ahly club jumped to the 25th place with 1759 points, advancing 41 places, and the “red genie” surpassed many big clubs, including, for example, Tottenham Hotspur, French Lyon, Brazilian Flamengo and Italian Roma.
Al-Ahly’s big leap in the standings came after it succeeded in winning the African Champions League title for the tenth time in its history, at the expense of the South African club Kaizer Chiefs, by defeating them in the final that was held at the Mohammed V complex in Morocco.
Al-Ahly topped the Arab and African clubs, after the “red genie” imposed its dominance on the African arena in the last five seasons, as it crowned the African Champions League title in the past two seasons, raising its score to 10 titles in the prestigious championship, and also played the final match of the continental competition. (2017 and 2018), and he won the 2020 African Super Cup.
The ancient Egyptian club Zamalek, which played the final match of the African Champions League 2020, and won the 2019 Confederation Cup, ranked 135th in the world with 1580 points, and second in the Arab and African countries.
The following is the ranking of the best African clubs:
As for the world, Bayern Munich took the top spot with 2050 points, ahead of the second English Premier League club, Manchester City, with 1982 points, followed by Inter Milan in third place with 1944 points.
While Real Madrid of Spain was satisfied with fourth place, with 1937 points, and Barcelona in seventh place with 1889.