El-Entag El-Harby SC

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El-Entag El-Harby SC
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Full name El-Entag El-Harby Sporting Club
Ground Al-Salam Stadium, Cairo, Egypt
Ground Capacity 30,000
Chairman Egypt
Manager Egypt Ismail Youssef
League Egyptian Second Division
2013–14 11th (Group 1) (relegated)

El-Entag El-Harby Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي الانتاج الحربي الرياضي‎ ; English: Military Production) is a Cairo-based football club in the Egyptian Premier League, representing the Ministry of War Production. Its promotion to the Premier League for the 2009–10 season marked its first appearance at that level.


In 2004 The Club Played For Youth At This Year They Managed Under Mohamed Abdel-all Who Managed Unkown Club In UAE Afer Entag Harby And The Top Players At This Moment Is Abdelrahman Mohamed And Amr Mohamed. After a long and an intense race with Al Nasr and El Dakhleya in 2008–09, El-Entag El-Harby secured its first appearance ever in the Egyptian Premier League. The team needed their last match that season (2–2 tie with GASCO) to win promotion. In preparation for its premier league campaign, El-Entag El-Harby appointed Tarek Yehia as the new manager. Yehia quickly looked for the option of signing experienced Egyptian players that could lead the team to prevent relegation. He signed players such as Mohamed Aboul Ela (Zamalek former captain), Mostafa Kamal (Veteran Goal Keeper), Hassan Mousa, and others.

Tarek Yehia enjoyed great success with his team. Surprisingly, El-Entag El-Harby finished 7th in its first season at the Premier League level (2009–10).[1] However, Yehia's era at the club lasted for only that season. He preferred to move to newly promoted Misr Lel Makasa. Osama Orabi replaced him.[2]

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 Egypt GK Nader Saad
2 Egypt DF Amr Fahim
3 Egypt DF Hazem Fathi
5 Egypt MF Mahmoud El Nadi
6 Egypt DF Mohamed Hafez
7 Egypt MF Mohamed Abouhadid
8 Egypt MF Medhat Ramadan
9 Egypt FW Felix
11 Egypt FW Said Mourad
12 Egypt MF Emad El Nemr
13 Egypt MF Mohamed Gouda
14 Egypt MF Wagih Abdelazeem
No. Position Player
15 Egypt DF Bahaa Ahmed
18 Egypt DF Mohamed Shedid
19 Egypt MF Karim Kerda
21 Egypt MF Mamdouh Raafat
23 Egypt GK Mahmoud El Sayed
24 Egypt MF Ahmed Ibrahim Abdelaziz
26 Ghana FW Yaro Kwabena
29 Egypt MF Badry Ibrahim
30 Egypt MF Islam Mesbah
39 Nigeria FW Legend Oluwa
99 Egypt FW Ahmed Abdelrahman
Syria MF Fadi Beko



  1. ^ "Egypt 2009/10". RSSF. Retrieved on 9 June 2010.
  2. ^ Tarek, Sherif "Production install Orabi as new boss". Filgoal, 2010-06-06. Retrieved on 6 June 2010.