Ghana has the most winners of the UEFA Champions League on the African continent.

The four-time African champions boast of five football stars who have clinched the iconic medal in Europe.

Legendary Abedi Pele, Ibrahim Tanko, Sammy Osei Kuffuor, Sulley Muntari and Michael Essien won the Champions League for their respective clubs.

Nigeria, Cameroon and Ivory Coast are tied on second with three medals each followed by Mali, Morocco and Senegal

Below is the full list of African countries and their respective Champions League winners:

Ghana (5)

Abedi Pele – Olympique Marseille – 1992-1993

Ibrahim Tanko – Borussia Dortmund – 1996-97

Samuel Osei Kuffour – Bayern Munich – 2000-2001

Sulley Muntari – Inter Milan – 2009-2010

Michael Essien – Chelsea FC – 2011-2012

Nigeria – 3

John Obi Mikel – Chelsea FC – 2011-2012

Nwankwo Kanu – Ajax – 1994-1995

Finidi George – Ajax – 1994-1995

Ivory Coast – 3

Yaya Touré – FC Barcelona – 2008-2009

Didier Drogba – Chelsea FC – 2011-2012

Salomon Kalou – Chelsea FC – 2011-2012

Cameroon – 3

Geremi Njitap – Real Madrid – 1999-2000

Samuel Eto’o – FC Barcelona – 2005-2006, 2008-2009, Inter Milan, 2009-2010

Joel Matip – Liverpool FC, 2018 – 2019

Mali – 2

Djimi Traore – Liverpool FC – 2004-2005

Seydou Keita – FC Barcelona – 2008-2009, 2010-2011

Morocco – 2

Achraf Hakimi – Real Madrid FC – 2017-2018

Hakim Ziyech – Chelsea FC – 2020 – 2021

Senegal – 2

Sadio Mane – Liverpool FC – 2018 – 2019

Edouard Mendy – Chelsea FC – 2020 – 2021

The countries below have just one UEFA Champions League winner:

Zimbabwe – Bruce Grobbelaar – Liverpool FC – 1983-1984

Algeria – Rabah Madjer – FC Porto – 1986-1987

South Africa – Benni McCarthy – FC Porto – 2003-2004

Kenya – McDonald Mariga – Inter Milan 2009 – 2010

Egypt – Mohamed Salah – Liverpool FC – 2018 – 2019

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