Tersana SC

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Tersana SC
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Full name Tersana Sporting Club
Nickname(s) Hammers
Founded 1921; 93 years ago (1921)
Ground Mit Okba Stadium
Giza, Egypt
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Egypt Hassan Farid
Manager Egypt Gamal Hamza sr.
League Egyptian Second Division
2009-10 7th

Tersana Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي الترسانة الرياضي‎) is an Egyptian football club based in Giza. It is the second biggest club in Giza after Egyptian giant El Zamalek. The club is currently a member of the Egyptian Second Division as it relegated from in 2008–09 season from the Egyptian Premier League.

Tersana's most important accomplishments include winning the Egypt Cup title 6 times and the Egyptian league title once. Tersana also participated in the CAF Cup Winners' Cup once in 1987 and ousted in the Quarter-Final with Tunisian Espérance. The first leg, played in Cairo, ended with a draw, while the second leg, played in Tunisia, ended in a 1-2 loss.

Hassan El-Shazly, Moustafa Reyadh, Mohammad Abul Ezz, Mahmoud Hassan, and Ibrahim El-Khalil are some of the clubs's historic players of all time.

Omar Medhat, is one of Tersana's most recent additions to the club in the Egyptian Second Division. Omar Medhat is one of their younger team players who has demonstrated great skill and potential and was a great player during the Egyptian Second Division 2010-11season

The club has won the Egyptian Premier League once in a memorable campaign in-which they beat the likes of Al-Ahly,Al-Zamalek,and Al-Ismaily.


Achievements[edit]

1962–63
1923, 1929, 1954, 1965, 1967, 1986

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

1987 - Second Round

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
6 Egypt DF Amr Abdu
12 Egypt DF Ibrahim El-Bahnasy
13 Egypt DF Tammer Farag
14 Egypt DF Ahmed Nabih
18 Egypt DF Sherif Ghazala
19 Egypt DF Ahmed El-Abou
No. Position Player
23 Egypt MF Tarek El-Sayed
25 Syria MF Yehia Alrashid
26 Egypt FW Mohamed Hasib
30 Egypt FW Islam Shokry
32 Egypt FW Omar Medhat
35 Egypt FW Sayed Mostafa
33 Nigeria FW Prince Nnake

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