CA Bizertin

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CA Bizertin
Club Athlétique Bizertin
Full name Club Athlétique Bizertin
Nickname(s) Les requins du nord (the northern sharks)
Founded July 12, 1928
Ground Stade 15 Octobre
Bizerte, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Tunisia Mehdi Ben Gharbia
Manager Serbia Ratko Dostanić
League CLP-1
2013–2014 6th

Club Athlétique Bizertin (Arabic: النادي الرياضي البنزرتي‎, often referred to as CAB) is a football club from Bizerte in Tunisia. It was founded on June 20, 1928. CA Bizertin have won the Tunisian League four times, the Tunisian Cup three times, the Tunisian League Cup once and became the first Tunisian club to win an African trophy the CAF Cup Winners' Cup in 1988.

Achievements[edit]

CA Bizertin's active sections
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Football
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Handball
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Basketball
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Boxing
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Karate

Performance in national & domestic competitions[edit]

Winners : 1944¹, 1945¹, 1948¹, 1984
Winners : 1982, 1987, 2013
Winners : 2004
Winners : 1984

¹titles won prior to independence

Performance in CAF Competitions[edit]

1985 – Second Round
1992 – Semi-finals
2000 – Second Round
1988 – Champion
1989 – Second Round

Colours & badges[edit]

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Club badges[edit]

Players[edit]

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 Tunisia GK Wassim Nawara
3 Tunisia DF Slimène Kchok
5 Tunisia DF Khaled Hmani
7 Tunisia FW Mobtagha Ouerghi
8 Tunisia MF Youssef Trabelsi
9 Tunisia FW Mossaâb Sassi
10 Tunisia MF Nour Hadhria
11 Tunisia FW Edem Rjaïbi
12 Tunisia MF Yassine Salhi
13 Tunisia DF Houssem Ben Haj Mabrouk
No. Position Player
14 Tunisia DF Hamza Mathlouthi
17 Senegal MF Youssoupha Mbengue
19 Libya FW Ahmed Zuway
20 Nigeria FW Onuoha Ogbonna
21 Tunisia DF Fakhreddine Jaziri
24 Tunisia DF Ali Machani
26 Tunisia MF Bilel Saidani
28 Tunisia MF Zoubaier Darragi
30 Tunisia MF Hatten Baratli
32 Tunisia GK Ali Ayari

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Ivory Coast MF Moustapha Ouedraogo (at Marsa)

Former Players[edit]

Former Notable Players[edit]

  • Tunisia Abdessalem Arafa
  • Tunisia Adlene Baghouli
  • Tunisia Hamza Baghouli
  • Tunisia Hassen Bejaoui
  • Tunisia Hamda Ben Doulet
  • Tunisia Abdelkader Ben Hassen
  • Tunisia Mokhtar Ben Nacef
  • Tunisia Souheil Ben Radhia
  • Tunisia Souhail Berradhia
  • Tunisia Riadh Bouazizi
  • Tunisia Ahmed Bourchada
  • Tunisia Jilani Boussif
  • Tunisia Amine Bouzgarrou
  • Tunisia Ibrahim Ejnaouni
  • Tunisia Houcine El Bez
  • Tunisia Mohsen Elgharbi
  • Tunisia Monsef Elgharbi
  • Tunisia Khaled Gasmi
  • Tunisia Mourad Gharbi
  • Tunisia Bilel Gountassi
  • Tunisia Boubaker Haddad
  • Tunisia Seifallah Hosni
  • Tunisia Moustapha Haj Kacem
  • Tunisia Ali Kridene
  • Tunisia Ghazi Limam
  • Tunisia Abdeljelil Mahouachi
  • Tunisia Sofiane Melliti
  • Tunisia Emir Mkademi
  • Tunisia Maher Naili
  • Tunisia Ikbel Rouatbi
  • Tunisia Azmi Saanouni
  • Tunisia Béchir Sahbani
  • Tunisia Adel Smirami
  • Tunisia Habib Souai
  • Tunisia Ahmed Souissi
  • Tunisia Mohamed Toumi
  • Tunisia Ahmed Trabelsi
  • Tunisia Walid Trabelsi
  • Tunisia Walid Yaken
  • Tunisia Jamel Zabi
  • Tunisia Ibrahim Zaghouani

Notable Coaches[edit]

Presidents[edit]

  • Youssef Sfaxi (1928–32)
  • Salah Makhlouka (1932–34)
  • Hamda Sfaxi (1934–39)
  • M. Gerasti (1939–41)
  • Néjib Echeikh (1941–44)
  • Chedly Sfaxi (1944–46)
  • Hédi Baccouche (1946–49)
  • Abderrazek Ben Chedly (1949–50)
  • Salah Annabi (1952–53)
  • Chedly Mechregui (1953–55)
  • Abdelkrim Ben Cheikh (1955–57)
  • Hédi Baccouche (1957–58)
  • Rachid Terras (1958–64)
  • Abdelmajid Elmia (1964–65)
  • Ali Maamer (1965–66)
  • Abdelmajid Elmia (1966–68)
  • Sadok Bellakhoua (1968–73)
  • Larbi Mallakh (1973–76)
  • Kamel Belkahia (1976–77)
  • M'hammed Belhaj (1977–81)
  • Mokhtar Tebourbi then Moncef Sifaoui (1981–82)
  • M'hammed Belhaj (1982–85)
  • Mohamed Salah Gharbi (1985–86)
  • Hammadi Ben Hammed (1986–87)
  • Saïd Lassoued (1987–89)
  • Mohamed Salah Gharbi (1989–90)
  • Hammadi Baccouche (1990–94)
  • Mohamed Hédi Bellakhoua (1994–96)
  • Moncef Ben Gharbia (1996–98)
  • Khaled Saadi and Ali Belgaïed Hassine (1998–00)
  • Ezzedine Karoui (2000–02)
  • Hichem Sta (2002–05)
  • Ahmed Karoui (2005–09)
  • Saïd Lassoued (2009–11)
  • Mehdi Ben Gharbia (2011–)

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