Al-Seeb Club

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Al-Seeb Club
نادي السيب
Logo
Full name Al-Seeb Club
Nickname(s) Sayyid Al-Nawadi
(Master of the Clubs)
Founded 1972; 42 years ago (1972)(1 March 1972)
Ground Al-Seeb Stadium
Al-Seeb, Al-Batinah, Oman
Ground Capacity 14,000
Chairman Oman Sayyid Shihab Tariq
League Oman Professional League
2013–14 4th

Al-Seeb Club (Arabic: نادي السيب‎; also known locally as Sayyid Al-Nawadi, or "Master of the Clubs", or just plainly as Al-Seeb) is an Omani sports club based in Al-Seeb, Oman.[1] The club is currently playing in the Oman Professional League, top division of Oman Football Association. Their home ground is Al-Seeb Stadium. The stadium is government owned, but they also own their own personal stadium and sports equipment, as well as their own training facilities.

History[edit]

Al-Seeb was founded in 1972 after merging four different small teams (Watan, Butolah, Hilal and Fida) in Al-Seeb area. The four teams agreed after several meetings in between to unite together and form Al-Seeb.

Shihab Bin Tariq is the leader and chairman of Al-Seeb since 1982. He joined the club in 1975 after completing his university studies and then started with the club playing for the volleyball first team. He also participated in other games such as football, basketball and table tennis. His father was also a sportsperson as he was a hockey player and a swimmer.

Being a multisport club[edit]

Although being mainly known for their football, Al-Seeb Club like many other clubs in Oman, have not only football in their list, but also hockey, volleyball, handball, basketball, badminton and squash. They also have a youth football team competing in the Omani Youth league.

Colors, kit providers and sponsors[edit]

Al-Seeb Club have been known since establishment to wear a full yellow or green (Away) kit (usually a darker shade of yellow or green). They have also had many different sponsors over the years. As of now, Adidas provides them with kits.

Honours and achievements[edit]

National titles[edit]

  • Runners-up 1999, 2004

Club performance-International Competitions[edit]

AFC competitions[edit]

  • 1995 : First Round

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
1 Oman GK Juma Mabonjo Majashi
18 Oman GK Said Ali Al-Farsi
30 Oman GK Ahmed Al-Rushaidi
Oman GK Abdulaziz Al-Owaisi
3 Oman DF Salim Al-Habsi
4 Oman DF Mahnad Al-Gheilani
5 Oman DF Hosni Al-Busaidi
6 Syria DF Khaled Al Brijawi
15 Oman DF Sultan Al-Jalabubi
16 Oman DF Anas Al-Farsi
24 Oman DF Mohammed Al-Mukhaini
7 Syria DF Ahmad Haj Mohamad
8 Oman DF Omar Al-Malki
10 Oman MF Mazin Al-Saadi
No. Position Player
13 Oman MF Khalid Al-Hamdani
14 Oman MF Ammar Al-Busaidi
19 Oman DF Mohammed Al-Dhamri
21 Oman MF Abdullah Al-Shuaini
23 Oman MF Abdulaziz Al-Noufali
25 Oman MF Hameed Al-Gheilani
Oman MF Azan Suroor Al-Muwaili
2 Oman FW Osama Hadid
8 Syria DF Mohannad Ibrahim
11 Oman DF Amjad Al-Harthi
26 Oman FW Salim Al-Farsi

Personnel[edit]

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Head Coach Czech Republic Jaroslav Horak
Assistant Coach
Goalkeeping Coach
Team Manager Oman Abdulmajeed Suroor Al-Maawali
Team Supervisor
Medical Director Oman Yahya Al-Qidhi
Physiotherapist
Club Doctor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Al-Seeb". national-football-teams.com. 

External links[edit]