1986 African Cup of Champions Clubs

1986 African Cup Of Champions Clubs

The African Cup of Champions Clubs 1986 was the 22nd edition of the annual international club football competition held in the CAF region (Africa), the African Cup of Champions Clubs. It determined that year's club champion of association football in Africa.

The tournament was played by 38 teams and was used a playoff scheme with home and away matches.

Zamalek from Egypt won that final, and became for the second time CAF club champion.

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