CAF Confederation Cup

Libya's Al-Ahly Benghazi, Abu Salim and Al-Hilal clubs have qualified for the next rounds of CAF Confederation Cup and Champions League, while Libyan league's champion Al-Ahly Tripoli has been eliminated from the preliminary stage. 

Al-Ahly Benghazi drew Enyimba from Nigeria in the second leg match of CAF Champions League 0-0 after winning the first leg match at Benina stadium 4-3, qualifying for the next round, and so did Al-Ahilal which won 4-1 against Kenyan Kakamega Homeboys at CAF Confederation Cup at Benina stadium after a goalless draw in the first leg match.

Abu Salim drew Tunisian Olympique Beja 0-0 Sunday in Cairo as part of second leg matches of round of 64 of CAF Confederation Cup, thus qualifying  - after winning the first leg match 1-0 - for the next round for the first time in its history. 

Libyan football league's champion, Al-Ahly Tripoli, managed to score one goal only at the minute 92 despite the opponents: Nouadhibou from Mauritania, being down to ten men in the second half and losing the first leg match 2-0.