|Full name||Al-Safa' Beirut Sporting Club|
|Ground||Safa Stadium, Beirut – Lebanon (Capacity: 4,000)|
|League||Lebanese Premier League|
Al-Safa' Beirut SC (in Arabic نادي الصفاء الرياضي بيروت) (fullname Safa' Beirut Sporting Club) is a Lebanese sports club based in Wata El-Museitbeh, Beirut. In English the name Safa' الصفاء means clarity. The club receives its support primarily from the Druze community. It became one of the elite teams in Asia after making it to the finals of the AFC Cup in 2007.
Founded in 1939, Safa' Beirut SC (Nadi al-Safa' al-Riyadi Beirut) started playing football on a private field located in Wata El-Museitbeh, Beirut. The club main interest was to practice the game officially.
In 1948, Safa' Beirut SC obtained the official membership and license from the government as a private association. In the same year, the club was affiliated to the Lebanese Football Association (Fédération Libanaise de Football Association) and was ranked within the second division.
In 1961, Safa' Beirut SC was promoted to the first division.
Maher Wahab, Anis Naaim, Hasib Al-Jerdi, Amin Haidar, Chafik Nader, Toufik Al-Zouhairy, Adib Haidar.
- Name: Safa Stadium.
- Opened: 1948.
- Owner: Safa' Beirut SC.
- Location: Wata El-Museitbeh, Beirut.
- Transport: 5 minutes from Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport.
- Seating capacity: 4,000 spectators.
- Tickets: Sold at main gate.
- Surface: Artificial grass (part of the FIFA "Goal Project" that was approved on 22 September 2004).
- 2011–12, 2012–13
- 1964–65, 1986–87, 2012–13
- 2008–09, 2011–12
- Aley Cup:
- 1972, 1974
- Al Adha Tournament:
- 1979, 1984
- 16 March Tournament:
- 1983, 1984
Performance in AFC competitions
- AFC Cup: 5 appearances
- AFC Cup Winners Cup: 2 appearances
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former managers
Notable former players
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