Esperance Sportive de Tunis have four CAF Champions League titles in their trophy cabinet.

This feat always make their fans urge for more where continental football is concerned. And in the maiden African Football League (AFL) edition, they find a new glory chance to tackle.

“Sang et Or” or “Blood and Gold” as Esperance fans prefer to recall their beloved side, the Tunisian giants will hope for a brand new title to be commemorated on their famous yellow and red jersey.

Esperance was founded more than a century ago, specifically in 1919. They are by far the most successful Tunisian football side, holding all the domestic records back at home.

Besides, Esperance have a handful of continental titles, be it in CAF Champions League, CAF super Cup, or the defunct African Cup Winners’ Cup and CAF Cup.

When the time comes for the brand-new AFL, Esperance will be no short of playing once again for nothing but glory. Their die-hard fans will once more be behind their side all the way as they seek yet one more title.

Full Name: Esperance Sportive de Tunis

Founded: 15 January 1919

City: Tunis, Tunisia

Nickname: Blood and Gold

Chairman: Hamdi Meddeb

Manager: Moine Chaabani

Captain: Moez Ben Cherifia

Domestic titles:

Tunisian Professional League: 32 times

Tunisian Cup: 15 times

Tunisian Super Cup: 6 times

Continental titles:

CAF Champions League: 4 times

CAF Super Cup: One time

African Cup Winners’ Cup (defunct): One time

CAF Cup: One time

Afro-Asian Cup: One time