|Full name||Tarek El-Said Mohamed Aly Abdo
(Arabic:طارق السعيد محمد علي عبده)
|Date of birth||5 April 1978|
|Place of birth||Tanta, Egypt|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Left-midfielder (Retired)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 July 2006.
† Appearances (Goals).
Tarek started as a youth player in Al-Ahly team under the coaching of Hossam El-Badry. Then he transferred to Zamalek at the age of 14, he earned his chance to play for the first team in 1998. He helped Zamalek achieve many tournament successes, and got the title of Egyptian League Top Scorer (2000/2001) and was chosen the best Egyptian footballer in the same year. Then Tarek traveled to wear the shirts of famous Belgian club RSC Anderlecht, for a whole year. He returned Zamalek, because of injury.
After 3 years of difficulties in Zamalek, he regained his top performance with Al-Ahly after returning home again in July 2006. His accurate crosses helped to qualify for 2006 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan.
Tarek played for the Egyptian Olympic team until 1999. He debuted for the senior side on 12 Nov 1999 against Ghana in a friendly match that ended 2-1 for Ghana. His last national game was versus Belgium in a friendly game that ended 4-0 for the Egyptians, 9 Feb 2005.
- Bronze Medalist at FIFA Club World Cup 2006.
- Winner of CAF Super Cup 2007.
- Winner of CAF Champions League 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian League (2006–2007).
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup 2007.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2006.
- Winner of African Cup Winners Cup 2000
- Winner of Afro-Asian Club title (1997/1998)
- Winner of Egyptian League (2000/2001)
- Winner of Egyptian League (2002/2003)
- Winner of Egyptian League (2003/2004)
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup (1998/1999)
- Egyptian League Top Scorer (2000/2001) with 13 goals.
- Best Egyptian footballer in the year 2000
- Scored 5 Goals for Zamalek in African Club Cups
- Tarek El-Said at National-Football-Teams.com