Abdul Hamid Bassiouny
|Full name||Abd El-Hamid Bassiouny|
|Date of birth||12 March 1972|
|Place of birth||Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt|
|Haras El-Hodood (Head Coach)|
|?-1997||Kafr El-Sheikh FC|
|2009–2014||Haras El-Hodood (Asst. Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Abdel Hamid Bassiouny (Arabic: عبد الحميد بسيوني; born 12 March 1972) is an Egyptian footballer. He currently the head coach for the Egyptian Premier League club Haras El Hodood. He previously played in Egypt for Kafr El-Sheikh, Zamalek, Ismaily and Haras El-Hodood.
14 international Caps (3 goals)
Scored 11 Goals in African Club Cups
Scored 65 Goals in Egyptian Division I League
Honors and Championships
CAF 2001 Merit Award for an African & World record "117-second hat-trick against Namibia in a world cup qualifier"
Military World Cup Top Scorer 2001
Military African Cup Top Scorer 1998
Egyptian League Top Scorer 1997/1998
Egyptian Second Division Top Scorer several times
With Egyptian Military national team
2 World Military Cup titles in 1999 & 2001
2 African Military Cup titles in 1998 & 2004
Participated in the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup
Egyptian Premier League title (2000–2001)
Egyptian Cup title (1998–1999)
African Cup Winners' title (1999–2000)
Afro-Asian cup title (1997)
Egyptian Premier League title (2001–2002)
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