Africa Cup of Nations – Which Clubs Sent the Most Players

    As expected, the Africa Cup of Nations, 2013 edition, wasn’t filled with players from the leading European clubs. TP Mazembe of Congo DR sent the most players to the tournament, 10, 5 of them to their national team and 5 other to Zambia. Among the European clubs, Evian from France led the way with six players on Ghana, Congo, Burkina Faso and Tunisia.

    1 Player

    Nantes (France) – Togo

    Nimes (France) – Togo

    OC Agaza (Togo)

    FC Sion (Switzerland) – Tunisia

    Toulouse (France) – Tunisia

    Newcastle (England) – Ivory Coast

    PSG (France) – Ivory Coast

    Zaragoza (Spain) – Ivory Coast

    Sewe Sports de San Pedro (Ivory Coast)

    Hannover (Germany) – Ivory Coast

    Kuban (Russia) – Ivory Coast

    Anzhi (Russia) – Ivory Coast

    Arsenal (England) – Ivory Coast

    Wadi Degla (Egypt) – Ethiopia

    Syrianska (Sweden) – Ethiopia

    Warri Wolves (Nigeria)

    Valeranga (Norway) – Nigeria

    Villarreal (Spain) – Nigeria

    Sunshine Stars (Nigeria)

    Spartak Moscow (Russia) – Nigeria

    Betis (Spain) – Nigeria

    Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) – Nigeria

    Lazio (Italy) – Nigeria

    Kano Pillars (Nigeria)

    Gubbio (Italy) – Nigeria

    Fenerbahce (Turkey) – Nigeria

    Dynamo Kyiv (Ukriane) – Nigeria

    Celtic (Scotland) – Nigeria

    Braga (Portugal) – Nigeria

    Ashdod (Israel) – Nigeria

    ADO (Netherlands) – Nigeria

    Utrecht (Netherlands) – Zambia

    Ural (Russia) – Zambia

    SuperSport United (South Africa) – Zambia

    Southampton (England) – Zambia

    Red Arrows (Zambia)

    Liaoning Whowin (China) – Zambia

    Golden Arrows (South Africa) – Zambia

    Al-Merriekh (Sudan) – Zambia

    West Brom (England) – Congo

    Vita Club (Congo)

    Kortrijk (Belgium) – Congo

    Freigburg (Germany) – Congo

    Al Sahel (Kuwait) – Niger

    Ajax (Netherlands) – South Africa

    Bloemfontein Celtic (South Africa)

    Crystal Palace (England) – South Africa

    Helsingborgs (Sweden) – South Africa

    Malmo (Sweden) – South Africa

    Moroka Swallows (South Africa)

    Oldham (England) – South Africa

    PAOK (Greece) – South Africa

    Platinum Stars (South Africa)

    Genk (Belgium) – South Africa

    Omonia (Cyprus) – Cape Verde

    Bataque (Cape Verde)

    Belenenses (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Châteauroux (France) – Cape Verde

    Dordrecht (Netherlands) – Cape Verde

    Feirense (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Fola Esch (Luxembourg) – Cape Verde

    Gil Vicente (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Mindelense (Cape Verde)

    RKC (Netherlands) – Cape Verde

    Santa Clara (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Sparta (Netherlands) – Cape Verde

    Vaslui (Romania) – Cape Verde

    APOEL (Cyprus) – Angola

    ASA (Angola)

    C.R.D. Libolo (Angola)

    Vaduz (Liechtenstein) – Angola

    Kabuscorp (Angola)

    Kasımpaşa (Turkey) – Angola

    Nacional (Portugal) – Angola

    Parana (Brazil) – Angola

    Valladolid (Spain) – Angola

    Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) – Morocco

    Aston Villa (England) – Morocco

    Fiorentina (Italy) – Morocco

    Granada (Spain) – Morocco

    Liverpool (England) – Morocoo

    Olympique Safi (Morocco)

    Wydad Casablance (Morocco)

    Al-Ain (UAE) – Ghana

    Bristol City (England) – Ghana

    Dnipro (Ukraine) – Ghana

    Eskişehirspor (Turkey) – Ghana

    Espanyol (Spain) – Ghana

    Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel) – Ghana

    Juventus (Italy) – Ghana

    Liberty Professionals (Ghana)

    Maritzburg United (South Africa) – Ghana

    Osasuna (Spain) – Ghana

    Red Bull Salzburg (Austria) – Ghana

    Sassuolo (Italy) – Ghana

    Strømsgodset (Norway) – Ghana

    Bordeaux (France) – Mali

    Caen (France) – Mali

    Chievo (Italy) – Mali

    Dalian Aernin (China) – Mali

    Guingamp (France) – Mali

    Metz (France) – Mali

    PSG (France) – Mali

    QPR (England) – Mali

    Randers (Denmark) – Mali

    Stade Malien (Mali)

    West Ham (England) – Mali

    AS Marsa (Tunisia) – Niger

    ASFAN (Niger)

    Chippa United (South Africa) – Niger

    CR Al Hoceima (Morocco) – Niger

    CS Hammam-Lif (Tunisia) – Niger

    IF Limhamn Bunkeflo (Sweden) – Niger

    JS Saoura (Algeria) – Niger

    Le Mans (France) – Niger

    Mangasport (Gabon) – Niger

    Sahel (Niger)

    Widad Fez (Morocco) – Niger

    Al Kharaitiyat (Qatar) – Congo

    Al-Raed (Saudi Arabia) – Congo

    Charleroi (Belgium) – Congo

    DC Motema Pembe (Congo)

    MK Etanchéité (Congo)

    Mons (Belgium) – Congo

    Peterborough (England) – Congo

    SC Rojolu Lukaku (Congo)

    Shark XI (Congo)

    CSKA Moscow (Russia) – Nigeria

    Al-Sailiya (Qatar) – Burkina Faso

    Asante Kotoko (Ghana) – Burkina Faso

    Burgas (Bulgaria) – Burkina Faso

    Dinamo Bucharest (Romania) – Burkina Faso

    El-Shorta (Egypt) – Burkina Faso

    Augsburg (Germany) – Burkina Faso

    Gaziantepspor (Turkey) – Burkina Faso

    Gornik Zabrze (Poland) – Burkina Faso

    Kyoto (Japan) – Burkina Faso

    Lierse (Belgium) – Burkina Faso

    Lyon (France) – Burkina Faso

    PetroJet (Egypt) – Burkina Faso

    Antwerp (Belgium) – Burkina Faso

    EEPCO (Ethiopia)

    Minnesota Stars (USA) – Ethiopia

    Vitesse (Netherlands) – Ivory Coast

    Wigan (England) – Ivory Coast

    Bizertin (Tunisia)

    Stuttgart (Germany) – Ivory Coast

    Mersin (Tunisia)

    Simferopol (Ukraine) – Tunisia

    CR Belouizdad (Algeria)

    Constantine (Algeria)

    Setif (Algeria)

    Bejaia (Algeria)

    AC Milan (Italy) – Algeria

    Nottingham Forest (England) – Algeria

    Santander (Spain) – Algeria

    Sociedad (Spain) – Algeria

    USM Alger (Algeria)

    USM El Harrach (Algeria)

    Valencia (Spain) – Algeria

    Vitória Guimarães (Portugal) – Algeria

    Becamex (Vietnam) – Togo

    Boussu Dour (Belgium) – Togo

    CA Batna (Algeria) – Togo

    Dacia (Moldova) – Togo

    Tottenham (England) – Togo

    Zilina (Slovakia) – Togo

    2 Players

    Reims (France) – Togo

    Kabylie (Algeria)

    Kuwait SC (Kuwait) – Tunisia

    Trabzonspor (Turkey) – Ivory Coast

    Lokeren (Belgium) – 1 Ivory Coast, 1 Tunisia

    Ethiopian Coffee (Ethiopia)

    Defence (Ethiopia)

    Marseille (France) – 1 Burkina Faso, 1 Algeria

    Lorient (France) – 1 Burkina Faso, 1 Togo

    Al-Dhaid Club (UAE) – Burkina Faso

    Chelsea (England) – Nigeria

    Henan Jianye (China) – Zambia

    Hapoel Be’er Sheva (Israel) – 1 Zambia, 1 Nigeria

    Karabukspor (Turkey) – Congo

    Anderlecht (Belgium) – Congo

    Olympic Niamey (Niger)

    Coton Sport (Cameroon) – 1 Niger, 1 Togo

    AS Douane (Niger)

    Sochaux (France) – 1 Mali, 1 Algeria

    Lekhwiya (Qatar) – 1 Mali, 1 Tunisia

    Djoliba (Mali)

    Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)

    Academica (Portugal) – 1 Cape Verde, 1 Algeria

    Maritimo (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Progresso (Angola) – 1 Cape Verde, 1 Angola

    InterClube (Angola)

    FAR Rabat (Morocco)

    Getafe (Spain) – 1 Morocco, 1 Algeria

    MAS Fez (Morocco)

    Montpellier (France) – Morocco

    Raja Casablanca (Morocco)

    Lens (France) – 1 Morocco, 1 Mali

    Udinese (Italy) – 1 Ghana, 1 Morocco

    Vitória de Guimarães (Portugal) – 1 Morocco, 1 Mali

    Ashanti Gold (Ghana) – 1 Ghana, 1 Burkina Faso

    Berekum Chelsea (Ghana)

    Porto (Portugal) – 1 Ghana, 1 Zambia

    Auxerre (France) – 1 Mali, 1 Togo

    Bastia (France) – 1 Mali, 1 Tunisia

    Power Dynamos (Zambia)

    Sheriff (Moldova) – Burkina Faso

    CS Sfaxien (Tunisia)

    3 Players

    Club Africain (Tunisia) – 2 Tunisia, 1 Algeria

    Maranatha (Togo)

    Manchester City (England) – Ivory Coast

    Saint-Etienne (France) – 1 Burkina Faso, 1 Algeria, 1 Ivory Coast

    Enugu Rangers (Nigeria)

    Étoile du Sahel (Tunisia) – 2 Tunisia, 1 Niger

    Dijon (France) – 1 Cape Verde, 1 Ivory Coast, 1 Togo

    Lille (France) – 1 Cape Verde, 1 Ivory Coast, 1 Togo

    Olhanense (Portugal) – Cape Verde

    Galatasaray (Turkey) – 1 Morocco, 2 Ivory Coast

    Rennes (France) – 1 Ghana, 1 Mali, 1 Burkina Faso

    AS GNN (Niger)

    4 Players

    Free State Stars (South Africa) – Zambia with 2, Togo 2

    AEL Limassol (Cyprus) – 1 Cape Verde, 3 Angola

    Petro Atletico (Angola) – 3 in Angola, 1 in Zambia

    5 Players

    Orlando Pirates (South Africa) – 4 in South Africa, 1 in Zambia

    1º de Agosto (Angola)

    Brest (France) – 2 Morocco, 1 Mali, 1 Ivory Coast, 1 Togo

    Ajaccio (France) – 1 Morocco, 2 Mali, 2 Algeria

    6 Players

    Evian (France) – 2 Ghana, 1 Congo DR, 1 Burkina Faso, 2 Tunisia

    7 Players

    Saint George (Ethiopia)

    Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)

    8 Players

    Espérance (Tunisia) – 2 Ghana, 4 Tunisia, 1 Niger

    Dedebit (Ethiopia)

    10 Players

    TP Mazembe (Congo) – 5 Congo, 5 Zambia

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