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|Full name||Club Africain Tunis|
|Founded||4 October 1920|
|Ground||Stade Olympique d'El Menzah
The African Club (Arabic: النادي الإفريقي), also known as CA or nadi el ifriki, is a Tunisian omnisport club founded in 1920 in Tunis. The African Club is best known for its section of football. The first team, which competes in the Tunisia Championship, is currently coached by Nabil Kouki.
It is one of the two major clubs in the capital of Tunisia, Tunis with Esperance Sportive de Tunis (EST). The derbies with the other club matches are of great intensity, during which exacerbated the historic rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters.
The African Club holds international trophies: a Champions League CAF, a Afro-Asian Cup of clubs, a Arab Cup winners 'Cup, a Arab Champions League, two North African Cup of champion Clubs, three Maghreb Champions Cup and One Maghreb Cup Winners Cup.
Nationally, the African Club has won twelve league titles as well as eleven Tunisian President Cup and three Tunisian Super Cup, a record.
Original performance and unique in the history of African football, the African Club is the only team to win four times during the season 1991-1992.
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