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Arab Champions League
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Founded 2003 (1982 in its older format)
Region Asia and Africa (UAFA)
Number of teams 32
Current champions Tunisia Espérance Sportive de Tunis
Most successful club Iraq Al-Rasheed (3 times)
Arab Champions League 2008-09

The Arab Champions League (Arabic: دوري أبطال العرب‎) is a football (soccer) tournament for clubs in the Arab world, inspired by the UEFA Champions League.

It was first known as the Arab Club Champions Cup, and established in 1982. In 2001 it was merged with the Arab Cup Winners' Cup to form the new Prince Faysal bin Fahad Tournament for Arab Clubs, named after Faysal bin Fahad. Since the 2003/04 season it is known under its current name.

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Arab Champions League

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2009-2010
Details
Not Held Not Held Not Held
2008-2009
Details
Espérance
 Tunisia
1st leg: 1-0
2nd leg: 1-1
Wydad Casablanca
 Morocco
2007-2008
Details
ES Sétif
 Algeria
1st leg: 1-0
2nd leg: 1-0
Wydad Casablanca
 Morocco
2006-2007
Details
ES Sétif
 Algeria
1st leg: 1-1
2nd leg: 1-0
Al-Faysali
 Jordan
2005-2006
Details
Raja Casablanca
 Morocco
Final: 1-0 ENPPI
 Egypt
2004-2005
Details
Al-Ittihad
 Saudi Arabia
1st leg: 2-1
2nd leg: 2-0
CS Sfaxien
 Tunisia
2003-2004
Details
CS Sfaxien
 Tunisia
Final: 0-0
Penalties: 4-3
Al-Ismaily
 Egypt

Prince Faysal bin Fahad Tournament for Arab Clubs

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2003 Al-Zamalek
 Egypt
Final: 2-1 Al-Kuwait SC
 Kuwait
2002 Al-Ahli
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 1-0 Club Africain
 Tunisia

Arab Club Champions Cup

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2001 Al Sadd
 Qatar
Final: 3-1 MC Oran
 Algeria
2000 CS Sfaxien
 Tunisia
Final: 2-1 a.e.t. Al-Jaish
 Syria
1999 Al-Shabab
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 2-0 Al-Jaish
 Syria
1998 WA Tlemcen
 Algeria
Final: 2-0 Al-Shabab
 Saudi Arabia
1997 Club Africain
 Tunisia
Final: 2-1 a.e.t. Al-Ahly
 Egypt
1996 Al-Ahly
 Egypt
Final: 3-1 Raja Casablanca
 Morocco
1995 Al-Hilal
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 1-0 Espérance
 Tunisia
1994 Al-Hilal
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 0-0
Penalties: 4-3
Al-Ittihad
 Saudi Arabia
1993 Espérance
 Tunisia
Final: 3-0 Al-Muharraq
 Bahrain
1992 Al-Shabab
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 2-0 a.e.t. Al-Arabi
 United Arab Emirates
1989 Wydad Casablanca
 Morocco
Final: 3-1 Al-Hilal
 Saudi Arabia
1988 Al-Ittifaq
 Saudi Arabia
Final: 1-1 Club Africain
 Tunisia
1987 Al-Rasheed
 Iraq
Final: 2-1 a.e.t. Al-Ittihad
 Saudi Arabia
1986 Al-Rasheed
 Iraq
Championship Espérance
 Tunisia
1985 Al-Rasheed
 Iraq
Championship USM El Harrach
 Algeria
1984 Al-Ittifaq
 Saudi Arabia
Championship KAC Kenitra
 Morocco
1982 Al Shurta
 Iraq
Final: 2-0 Al-Nejmeh
 Lebanon

Winners by team

Club Winners Runners-up
Iraq Al-Rasheed 3 0
Tunisia Espérance 2 2
Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab 2 1
Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal 2 1
Tunisia CS Sfaxien 2 1
Algeria ES Sétif 2 0
Saudi Arabia Al-Ittifaq 2 0
Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad 1 2
Morocco Wydad Casablanca 1 2
Tunisia Club Africain 1 2
Egypt Al-Ahly 1 1
Morocco Raja Casablanca 1 1
Algeria WA Tlemcen 1 0
Egypt Al-Zamalek 1 0
Iraq Al Shurta 1 0
Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli 1 0
Qatar Al-Sadd 1 0
Syria Al-Jaish 0 2
Algeria MC Oran 0 1
Algeria USM El Harrach 0 1
Bahrain Muharraq Club 0 1
Egypt ENPPI 0 1
Egypt Al-Ismaily 0 1
Jordan Al-Faysali 0 1
Kuwait Al-Kuwait SC 0 1
Lebanon Al-Nejmeh 0 1
Morocco KAC Kenitra 0 1
United Arab Emirates Al-Arabi 0 1

Winners by country

Nation Winners Runners-up
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 8 4
Tunisia Tunisia 5 5
Iraq Iraq 4 0
Algeria Algeria 3 2
Egypt Egypt 2 4
Morocco Morocco 2 4
Qatar Qatar 1 0
Syria Syria 0 2
Bahrain Bahrain 0 1
Jordan Jordan 0 1
Lebanon Lebanon 0 1
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 0 1

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