Smouha Sporting Club

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Smouha SC
نادى سموحة
Smouha club logo.png
Full name Smouha Sporting Club
نادى سموحة الرياضي
Nickname(s) الموج الازرق (Blue Wave)
Founded 1949; 65 years ago (1949)[1]
Ground Alexandria Stadium
Alexandria, Egypt
Ground Capacity 13,660
Chairman Egypt Mohamed Farag Amer
Manager Egypt Hamada Sedki
League Egyptian Premier League
2013–14 2nd (Group 1)
2nd (Championship Playoff)
Website Club home page

Smouha Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي سموحة الرياضي) is an Egyptian sports club based in Alexandria, Egypt with a professional football team.


The Smouha Sporting club was founded in 1949 by Joseph Smouha. As well as football it competes in swimming and gymnastics.

Football club[edit]

In football, Smouha finished in second place in the 2008-09 Egyptian Second Division season. They were close to being promoted to the Egyptian Premier League, but they lost their final match against Kafr El-Zayat, so Mansoura was promoted instead. In the 2009-10 Egyptian Second Division Smouha secured promotion to the 2010-11 Egyptian Premier League after a 7-1 win against Abu Qair Semad on 28 April 2010.[2] Smouha played in the Egyptian Premier League for the first time in its history. The current president of Smouha sporting club is Egyptian millionaire and member of parliament Mohamed Farag Amer, founder and chief executive of Faragallah Group, a producer of food products. The club was close to being relegated in the 2010-011 season. They had a good start in the 2012-2013 premier league season, defeating Cairo Giant Al Ahly 1-0, Ghazl El Mahalla 5-1 and Wadi Degla 3-0.

Honours & Achievements[edit]




Performance in CAF competitions[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 Egypt GK Mohamed Sobhy
4 Egypt DF Okka
5 Egypt DF Elsayed Farid
9 Egypt FW Salah Amin
10 Egypt FW Hany El Egeizy
12 Egypt MF Ayman Ashraf
14 Egypt MF Ahmed Homos
16 Egypt GK Ahmed Yehia
17 Egypt FW Alaa Ali
18 Egypt DF Moatasem Salem
20 Egypt DF Ahmed Fawzi
20 Mali DF Ousmane Keita
21 Ghana FW Seidu Bancey
No. Position Player
22 Egypt MF Ibrahim Abdel-Khaleq
25 Ghana FW Abdul-Aziz Yusi
27 Egypt DF Mohamed Belal
30 Egypt MF Ahmed Shoukry
31 Egypt MF Ahmed Magdy
32 Egypt MF Hesham Fathallah
35 Egypt FW Mohamed Nasr
Egypt GK Al-Mahdy Soliman
Egypt DF Saad Mohsen
Egypt DF Ahmed Abdelsatar
Egypt MF Manga
Egypt FW Mohamed Maged



  1. ^ History (Arabic)
  2. ^ Maher, Hatem "Smouha seal first Premier League promotion". Filgoal, 2010-4-28. Retrieved on 28 April 2010.

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