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Full name Al-Mabarrah
Nickname(s) The Blue Monsters
Founded 1980; 37 years ago (1980)
Ground Mabarra Stadium, Beirut
Chairman Lebanon Mr. Ahmad Fadallah
Manager Syria Assaf Khalifa
League Lebanese Second Division
2015–16 Lebanese Second Division, 3rd

Al-Mabarrah (Arabic: المبرة‎‎) is a Lebanese football club from Beirut which competes in the Lebanese Premier League. It was founded in 1980, and played in friendly tournaments. In 1987 Al-Mabarra joined the Lebanese Football Federation, putting a strong team. They took top positions in Divisions four, three and two and qualified for the Premier league, winning the Lebanese FA Cup in 2007–08 for the first time in the club's history. The club has its own stadium called Mebarra Stadium on the Airport Road in the Southern suburbs of Beirut. Al Mabarra enjoys great popularity and supported by many institutions and charity organizations, which constitute the core of the club. Its membership and fans reach many parts of Lebanon most notably the southern suburbs near Beirut, the Bekaa Valley and North Lebanon. The club is sponsored by Jammal Trust Bank.


1989, 2013
  • Imam Al Sadr Championship
  • Al Mabarrat Championship
  • Coca Cola Championship

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2009: Group Stage
2008: Group Stage


  • Coach: Bassam Raisins
  • Assistant coach: Hussein Hammoud
  • Coach of Goal Keepers: Hamed Kazim

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 Lebanon GK Mehdi Darwich
3 Lebanon DF Rami Ammar
6 Lebanon DF Saad Balhawan
7 Lebanon MF Wissam Nassar
8 Lebanon MF Yihia Hashem
9 Lebanon FW Mohammad Kassas
13 Lebanon MF Hassan Hammoud
14 Lebanon DF Ismail Fadel (Captain)
No. Position Player
15 State of Palestine DF Mohammad Hamad
18 Lebanon FW Ali El Attar
21 Lebanon GK Kamel Jaber
22 Lebanon FW Ali Safwan
30 Lebanon MF Hassan Shahrour
33 Lebanon DF Mohammad Ezzedine
99 Lebanon GK Mohamad Shokor

Notable players[edit]

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