Al-Saqr SC

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Al Saqr SC
Full name Al Saqr Sport Club
Founded 1969; 45 years ago (1969)
Ground Abu walad stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Yemen Shawki Ahmed Hayel
Manager Egypt Tarek Soliman
League Yemeni League
Website Club home page

Al Saqr Sport & Cultural Club (Arabic: نادي الصقر الرياضي الثقافي‎) is an Yemeni football club based in Ta'izz, Yemen, Saqr means "Falcons" in English.[1] The club was founded in 1969.

ِِAlsaqr Sports Club in Taiz typical first club in Yemen in terms of infrastructure and sports facilities for the exercise of all of the games and sports activities and entertainment outlets, making Alsaqr Club tourist site in Taiz

Characterized the administrative work in the Alsaqr Club commitment and regularity and discipline and these features do not exist only in the big clubs and so we see successes continued Alsaqr Club continues on all sides and is expected to be Alsaqr Club during the three coming years best Gym in Yemen become a sports institution and social and educational club

The club also features an Alsaqr from other clubs Yemeni presence of integrated infrastructure, where he owns a major stadium for football lush artificial turf Abu walad stadium accommodate more than five thousand fans

Achievements[edit]

2006, 2010, 2014
2008, 2010
Season Yemeni League Yemeni Cup Yemeni Unity Cup Yemeni Super Cup Yemeni League - Div 2
91-1990 7th - Group 2 Not held Not held Not held Not held
92-1991 Played in Div 2 Not held Not held Not held Not Known ?
94-1993 Played in Div 2 Not held Not held Not held Not Known ?
95-1994 Played in Div 2 Not held Not held Not held Not Known ?
96-1995 Not held Not Known ? Not held Not held Not held
97-1996 Played in Div 2 Not held Not held Not held Not Known ?
98-1997 Played in Div 2 Not Known ? Not held Not held CHAMPION
99-1998 9th Not held Not held Not held Played in Div 1
00-1999 3rd - Group 2 Quarter Finals Not held Not held Played in Div 1
01-2000 7th Not Known ? Not held Not held Played in Div 1
02-2001 9th Not Known ? Not held Not held Played in Div 1
03-2002 7th First Round Not held Not held Played in Div 1
04-2003 8th Round of 16 Not held Not held Played in Div 1
05-2004 Runner-Up Quarter Finals Not held Not held Played in Div 1
06-2005 CHAMPION Round of 16 Not held Not held Played in Div 1
07-2006 3rd Quarter Finals Runner-Up Did not Participate Played in Div 1
08-2007 4th Round of 16 CHAMPION Did not Participate Played in Div 1
09-2008 3rd Semi Finals Round of 32 Did not Participate Played in Div 1
10-2009 CHAMPION Round of 16 CHAMPION CHAMPION Played in Div 1
11-2010 Withdrew from League, Relegated to Div 2 Not held Cancelled Did not Participate Played in Div 1
12-2011 Played in Div 2 Round of 32 Not held Did not Participate CHAMPION
13-2012 3rd Not held Not held Did not Participate Played in Div 1
14-2013 CHAMPION Not held Played in Div 1

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2007: Group Stage
2011: Group Stage

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
3 Yemen DF Waseem Almaqtry
9 Yemen FW Zaher Ali
10 Yemen MF Samr Hassan
14 Yemen MF Rami Shokry
16 Yemen FW Bandar Mohammed
No. Position Player
17 Ethiopia FW Yordanos Abay
19 Yemen FW Moath Almezjaji
22 Yemen FW Mohamed Mansour
33 Yemen FW Mohammed Faisal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The glory years gone: Shawki Hayel defends Saqr Taiz". Yemen Observer. 25 December 2004. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 

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