Al Ittihad Alexandria

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Al Ittihad Alexandria
الإتحاد السكندري
Full name Al Ittihad Alexandria Club
نادي الإتحاد السكندري
Nickname(s) Seed El Balad
Zeim El Thaghr (team)
قلعة الكؤوس Ultras Green Magic (supportrs)
Founded 1914; 100 years ago (1914)
Ground Alexandria Stadium
Alexandria, Egypt
Ground Capacity 19,676[1]
Chairman Egypt Mahmoud Mashaly
Manager France Denis Lavagne
League Egyptian Premier League
2013–14 3rd (Group 1)
Website Club home page

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club (Arabic: نادي الاتحاد السكندري - Nadi Al-Ittihad Al-Sakandary‎) is one of the biggest soccer teams in Egypt. The team founded in 1914 in Alexandria, who play in the Egyptian Premier League. It has the third largest number of fans in Egypt, after Al-Ahly and El Zamalek. The club Al-Ittihad of Alexandria is the first club that rushed to endorse the idea of founding the Egyptian Football Association in 1921 which contributed to increased popularity in Alexandria, where he is public-funded first for the club.


Total number of Honors: 34.

1926, 1936, 1948, 1963, 1973, 1976

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2006 - Second Round
1975 - withdrew in Quarter-Finals
1977 - Semi-Finals
1979 - First Round

Current squad[edit]

Egyptian Football Association (EFA) rules are that a team may only have 3 foreign born players in the squad.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
4 Egypt MF Mahmoud Fathi
5 Egypt DF Ali Gabr
14 Egypt MF Alaa Kamal
16 Egypt MF Mahmoud Samir
16 Egypt GK Aly Farag
18 Belgium FW Jeanvion Yulu-Matondo
19 Ghana MF Daniel Nana Yeboah
21 Egypt DF Ahmed Maher
26 Egypt MF Ahmed Sabri
29 Egypt DF Mohamed Fawzy
31 Egypt MF Mohamed El Minyawi
33 Egypt MF Mohamed Adel
Egypt GK Mahmoud Elsayed
Egypt DF Mohamed Samir
Egypt DF Mohamed Younis
Egypt DF Mohamed Kawarshy
Egypt DF Hossam Abdelgawad
Egypt DF Sayed Saadouni
No. Position Player
2 Egypt MF Hani Saied
Egypt DF Fathy Mabrouk
Egypt DF Ahmed El Saei
Egypt MF Kamal Ali
Egypt MF Ayman Said
Egypt MF Ibrahim El-Shayeb
Egypt MF Ahmed Sedik
Egypt MF Abdullah Farouk
Ghana MF Francis Akwaffo-Boateng
Egypt MF Amer Sabry
Egypt MF Islam Emad
Egypt MF Ahmed Dorgham
Egypt MF Tarek Watani
Egypt MF Mohamed Fahmi
Egypt FW Mohamed El-Morsy
Egypt FW Mohamed Farouk
Egypt FW Mohamed Hamdi
Ethiopia FW Oumed Oukri
Zambia MF Felix Katongo


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