- This was Casablanca's first final with the tournament in its third edition.
- The top goalscorer of the tournament was awarded to Tholakele Rafilwe for her total of five goals scored.
Despite losing the Caf Women's Champions League final 3-0 to Mamelodi Sundowns, Casablanca coach Mehdi El Qaichori termed this year's competition 'great' and good for African football.
“It was a good experience for the team. I want to congratulate Mamelodi Sundowns for the win. They played very well today and were the better team. This was a great tournament which is also good for women’s football in Africa.”
This was Casablanca's first final with the tournament in its third edition.
Meanwhile, following another successful edition which saw Mamelodi Sundowns being crowned champions of the 2023 edition, the South Africans dominated the individual awards.
After careful deliberation by the Caf Technical Study Group, Boitumelo Rabale (Mamelodi) was named the best player of the tournament after playing an instrumental role in guiding her side to the finals of the competition.
After keeping five clean sheets across all matches, Mamelodi Sundowns shot stopper, Andile Dlamini walked away with the Goalkeeper of the tournament award. This adds to her 2022 Caf Women’s Goalkeeper of the year accolade.
The top goalscorer of the tournament was awarded to Tholakele Rafilwe for her total of five goals scored.
In capping what has been an impressive performance by the South Africans, the Fair Play Team of the Tournament was awarded to Mamelodi who not only won the tournament but displayed great sportsmanship throughout the competition.