The highly anticipated continental tournament is scheduled to commence on 20 October 2023.
Earlier this month, the AFL organizing committee held a meeting with the eight participating teams to finalize the competition's details.
Following the discussions, an official breakdown of the prizes was released.
However, in today's statement there have been slight modifications to the prize amounts for the runner-up and the quarter-finalists.
The tournament's maiden edition will feature a home-and-away structure combined with a knockout system, with plans for future expansions.
Eight top-flight teams, including Egypt's Ahly, Tanzania's Simba, Angola's Petro Atletico, Nigeria's Enyimba, DR Congo's TP Mazembe, Morocco's Wydad Casablanca, Tunisia's Esperance, and South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns, will be participating in the AFL.
The AFL semi-finals will take place from 29 October to 1 November with the championship final set for 5 and 11 November.
Winner: $4 million
Runner-up: $3 million
Semi-finalists: $1.7 million
Quarter-finalists: $1 million
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