Al Ahed

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Al-Ahed S.C.
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Full name Al-Ahed S.C.
Nickname(s) The Promise
Founded 1966; 49 years ago (1966)
Ground Beirut Municipal Stadium
Beirut, Lebanon
Ground Capacity 18,000
Chairman Lebanon Ousama Helbawi
Manager Lebanon Mohammad Hammoud
League Lebanese Premier League
2014–15 1st

Al-Ahed S.C. (Arabic: نادي العهد الرياضي‎) is a Lebanese football team playing in Lebanon's top soccer division. It was founded in 1966 and it is based in Beirut. It competes in the Lebanese Premier League. It is supported by the Shiah community and has ties to Hezbollah.[1][2] Al-Ahed won their first Lebanese Premier League crown in 2008.

Sponsors[edit]

Achievements[edit]

2008, 2010, 2011, 2015.
2004, 2005, 2009, 2011.
2004, 2006.
2008, 2010, 2011, 2013.
2008, 2010, 2011.

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2005: Quarter-final
2006: Group Stage
2009: Group Stage
2010: Group Stage
2011: Round of 16
2012: 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
1 Lebanon GK Hassan Hussein
2 Guinea DF Boubacar Diallo
5 Lebanon DF Abbas Kenaan (Captain)
6 Lebanon MF Ali Faour
7 Lebanon MF Ahmad Zreik
8 Lebanon MF Hussein Dakik
9 Lebanon FW Ali Bazzi
10 Lebanon MF Onika
11 Lebanon MF Mahdi Salma
13 Lebanon MF Hassan Chaito
14 Lebanon FW Tarek El Ali
15 Lebanon MF Haitham Faour
No. Position Player
16 Lebanon MF Hassan Nasser
17 Lebanon DF Hassan Mezher (Vice-captain)
18 Lebanon MF Ali El Atat
22 Lebanon MF Hussein Dakik Ahmadi
25 Lebanon MF Mohamad Abou Ateek
31 Lebanon GK Hussein Tfaily
33 Lebanon DF Hassan Daher
Tunisia MF Iheb Msakni
Brazil MF Rodolfo Soares
Egypt MF Mohamed Shawky
Brazil FW Marcelo Dias

Former players[edit]

Sister Clubs[edit]

These clubs are sister clubs affiliated with Al-Ahed:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Montague, James (24 October 2007). "In Lebanon, even soccer is tainted by sectarian strife". The New York Times. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Alami, Mona (1 September 2009). "Religious about football". Retrieved 15 October 2010. 
  3. ^ [Khabare Varzeshi Newspaper, Number 3400, January 31, 2009]

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