Al-Wakrah Sport Club

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Al-Wakrah SC
Full name Al-Wakrah Sport Club
Nickname(s) السماوي
"The Blue Wave" الموج الأزرق
Founded 1959; 56 years ago (1959)
Ground Al-Wakrah Stadium
Al Wakrah, Qatar
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Hassan
Manager Noureddine Zekri
League Qatar Stars League
2013-14 Qatar Stars League, 8th
Website Club home page
Al Wakrah's active sections
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Al-Wakrah Sport Club (Arabic: نادي الوكرة الرياضي‎) is a Qatari professional sports club club based in Al Wakrah. Their professional football team competes in the Qatar Stars League and play their home games at the Al-Wakrah Stadium.

Name history[edit]

  • 1959: Founded as Al-Wakrah Youth Club
  • 1967: Changed name to Al-Wakrah Sport Club


Al Wakrah was founded in 1959,[1] and was officially legitimized in 1965 under the name of Al Wakrah Youth Club.[2] From that time, its football and handball sections were formed, with both participating in local competitions. It later changed its name to Al Wakrah Sports Club in 1967. Over the years, it branched out to many sports, including chess, basketball, and bowling.

The new club headquarters was constructed in 1984, and tennis and squash teams were also formed during this time in addition to its previously formed sports teams. They won the Qatari league twice, once in 1999 and again in 2001.


Winners (2): 1999, 2001
Winners (1): 1999
Winners (4): 1989, 1991, 1998, 2004
Winners (1): 2011


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 Qatar GK Mohammed Montaser
2 Qatar DF Ahmed Rahmatullah
3 Qatar DF Mohannad Darjal
4 Qatar DF Johar Al Kaabi
5 Qatar MF Waheed Mohammed
7 Argentina FW Sebastián Sáez
8 Qatar DF Saad Al-Shammari
10 Qatar MF Hussein Yasser
11 Qatar MF Ali Rahma Al Marri
12 Qatar MF Waled Salah
14 Qatar MF Ahmed Fadel
16 Qatar DF Nayef Al Khater (vice-captain)
17 Qatar MF Ahmed Jassem
18 Qatar FW Waleed Hamza
19 Qatar DF Abdurahman Al-Qadhi
No. Position Player
20 Qatar MF Mohammed Al-Sulaiti
21 Qatar FW Adel Ahmed
22 Qatar MF Saoud Sabah Al Shammari
23 Qatar FW Younes Hawassi
25 Qatar GK Mohammed Enyas
29 South Korea DF Kwak Hee-ju
30 Senegal GK Hassan Edriss Dicko
31 Qatar MF Nasser Abdulla
40 Qatar GK Saleh Allahyar
45 Qatar MF Ahmed Kahil
55 Morocco MF Mouhcine Moutouali
77 Qatar DF Hamood Al Yazidi
89 Qatar DF Ziad Al Kahteeb
94 Qatar FW Mohammed Aarfah

Players registered as professionals[edit]

QSL clubs are limited to 4 foreign professionals (3 + 1 Asian) per squad.[3]
Last update: 20 August 2014.[4]

Professional players

Non-professional foreigners

Current technical staff[edit]

Last updated 16 October 2013.[5]

Coaching staff
Head coach Algeria Noureddine Zekri
Assistant coach Iraq Mejbel Fartoos
Goalkeeping coach Tunisia Radwan Salhi
Fitness coach France Emmanuel Lopez

League records[edit]

Last update: 23 February 2012.
Apps and goals in the QSL only

Managerial history[edit]

As of 24 May 2012.

Individual honours[edit]

2009 FIFA Confederations Cup

The following players have played in the FIFA Confederations Cup:

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2001: First Round

Other sports[edit]



  1. ^ "Qatar – List of Foundation Dates". RSSSF. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Al Wakrah Sports Club". Retrieved 18 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "اعتماد تسجيل أربعة لاعبين أجانب في الموسم الجديد". 17 June 2014. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 
  4. ^ "موقع الكأس يرصد حركة الانتقالات قبل إنطلاق الدوري". 19 August 2014. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  5. ^ الوكرة القطري يعتمد الجهاز الفني لفريق الكرة بقيادة العراقي درجال رسمياً (in Arabic). Retrieved 16 October 2013. 
  6. ^ ""بوعلام" نجم لا يكل ولا يمل .. وأداؤه "زي الفل"". 14 November 2012. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "Winning Airs from Ashurst". New Strait Times. 16 January 1992. Retrieved 3 December 2014. 

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