2017 Sheikh Jassim Cup

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2017 Sheikh Jassim Cup
Country Qatar
Dates9 September
ChampionsAl Sadd
Matches played1
Goals scored6 (6 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Baghdad Bounedjah 3

The 2017 Sheikh Jassim Cup will be the 39th edition of the cup competition for football teams from Qatar. It has now changed from a group staged pre-season tournament featuring all Qatari Stars League sides, to a one off match between the previous seasons Qatar Stars League winners and Emir of Qatar Cup winners.[1][2]

Match Details[edit]

Al-Duhail2 – 4Al Sadd
Tae-hee Goal 41'
Almoez Goal 90+6'
Bounedjah Goal 5'20'66'
Hamroun Goal 80' (pen.)
Referee: Abdulrahman Al Jassim [3]
Al-Duhail SC
Al Sadd
Formation: 4–4–2
GK 16 Qatar Khalifa Ababacar
DF 2 Qatar Mohammed Musa
DF 3 Qatar Khalid Muftah Substituted off ?'
DF 4 Brazil Lucas Mendes
DF 6 Qatar Abdurahman Abubakar
DF 15 Qatar Bassam Al Rawi Substituted off ?'
MF 7 Qatar Ismaeel Mohammad Substituted off ?'
MF 10 South Korea Nam Tae-hee
MF 12 Qatar Karim Boudiaf
FW 9 Morocco Youssef El-Arabi
FW 28 Tunisia Youssef Msakni
FW 19 Qatar Almoez Ali Substituted in ?'
MF 20 Qatar Ali Afif Substituted in ?'
MF 8 Qatar Luiz Martin Yellow card 71' Substituted in ?'
Algeria Djamel Belmadi
Formation: 4–4–2
GK 1 Qatar Saad Al Sheeb
DF 7 Qatar Musab Kheder
MF 74 Qatar Ghassan Waheed
DF 20 Qatar Salem Al-Hajri
MF 16 Qatar Boualem Khoukhi
MF 4 Qatar Ahmed Sayyar Substituted off ?'
MF 10 Qatar Hassan Al-Haydos
DF 15 Qatar Fahad Al-Abdulrahman Substituted off ?'
MF 6 Spain Xavi (c)
MF 5 Algeria Jugurtha Hamroun
FW 11 Algeria Baghdad Bounedjah Yellow card 45' Substituted off ?'
DF 34 Qatar Hatem Kamal Yellow card 89' Substituted in ?'
MF 87 Qatar Saoud Ibrahim Al-Nassr Substituted in ?'
FW 9 Qatar Meshaal Al-Shammeri Substituted in ?'
Portugal Jesualdo Ferreira

Man of the Match:
Baghdad Bounedjah (Al-Sadd)

Assistant referees:
Saud Ahmed
Fourth official:
Majed Haders
Additional assistant referees:
Khamis al-Kuwari

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which up to three may be used.


  1. ^ "Sheikh Jassim Cup to kick off 2017-18 football season". QFA. 6 June 2017. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Bounedjah scores hat-trick as Al Sadd lift Sheikh Jassim Cup". qatar-tribune.com. 10 September 2017. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  3. ^ "عبدالرحمن الجاسم حكما لنهائي الشيخ جاسم". al-saddclub.com. 2017-09-08. Retrieved 2017-09-15.