Al-Fujairah SC

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Fujairah SC
Club logo
Full name Fujairah Sports Club
Founded 1968
Ground Fujairah Club Stadium
Fujairah, UAE
Ground Capacity 5,000
League Arabian Gulf League
Website Club home page

Al Fujairah (literally The National Club of Fujairah) (Arabic: الفجيرة‎) is a football club based in Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates.

As of 2012/13 season they are playing in the Division 1 - Group A league.[1]

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 United Arab Emirates GK Yahia Mohammed
2 United Arab Emirates DF Saeed Khamis
3 United Arab Emirates MF Saeed Rashed
5 United Arab Emirates DF Omar Ali
6 United Arab Emirates DF Abdulaziz Ismael
7 United Arab Emirates MF Khalil Khamis
8 United Arab Emirates MF Ahmed Rashed
9 Ivory Coast FW Boubacar Sanogo
11 United Arab Emirates MF Ahmed Meadhad
12 United Arab Emirates GK Mohamed Rowaihy
13 United Arab Emirates MF Abdulla Malallah
14 United Arab Emirates MF Zohair Mohammed
15 Algeria MF Karim Ziani
16 United Arab Emirates GK Salem Rashed
17 United Arab Emirates FW Hassan Yousef
18 United Arab Emirates DF Khamis Al-Zaabi
19 United Arab Emirates DF Salem Obaid
No. Position Player
20 United Arab Emirates DF Waleed Al-Yamahi
23 United Arab Emirates DF Nayef Sultan
24 Algeria DF Madjid Bougherra
25 United Arab Emirates DF Humaid Belal
26 United Arab Emirates DF Abdulla Tareq
27 United Arab Emirates DF Ibrahim Ali Abdulla
29 United Arab Emirates MF Mohammed Khater
30 United Arab Emirates GK Ayoub Omar
32 United Arab Emirates DF Ibrahim Al-Alawi
44 United Arab Emirates DF Eisa Ali Mohamed
66 United Arab Emirates DF Rashed Lahi
70 Lebanon FW Hassan Maatouk
77 United Arab Emirates MF Yousef Khalvan
80 United Arab Emirates DF Khaled Obaid
88 United Arab Emirates MF Humaid Ahmed
99 United Arab Emirates FW Ibrahim Khamis

Notable former coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division 1 - Group A 2012/2013". Soccerway. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 

External links[edit]