Al-Shahania Sports Club
|Full name||Al-Shahania Sports Club|
|Ground||Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
|Chairman||Menahi Al Shammari|
|League||Qatar Stars League|
|2015–16||Qatargas League, 2nd (promoted)|
|Website||Club home page|
Al-Shahania Sports Club (Arabic: النادي الشحانية الرياضي), is a Qatari sports club based in Al-Shahaniya, a town 20 km from the capital Doha. Founded in 1996, the most prominent team of the club is the football team which plays in the Qatar Stars League. The club's home ground is the 22,000-seat Al-Gharrafa Stadium, where they have played since 2014.
Al-Shahania was founded on 27 December 1998, under the name Al-Nasr, under the decision Sheikh Mohammed Bin Eid Al Thani, who was then the chairman of the Public Authority for Youth and Sports at that time. At the beginning of its establishment, the club's headquarters were located in Al Jemailiya. In 2001, the club relocated to Al-Shahaniya, which is approximately 20 km northwest of Doha, under the decision of Sheikh Jassim bin Thamer al Thani, who was vice president of the Qatar Olympic Committee at that time.
In 2004, the club changed its name to Al-Shahania by decision of the board of directors, in order to better represent the region where it is based.
Updated 14 February 2012.
Players with Multiple Nationalities
Players registered as professionals
Professional foreign players
Current technical staff
Last update: 31 December 2013.
|Head coach||Luka Bonačić|
|Assistant coach||Zoran Vujović|
|Director of football||Mohammed Al Shammari|
|Deputy director||Nasser Bandar Al Shammari|
Updated June 2014.
1. Misfer bin Faisal Al Shahwani (1996–04)
2. Fayez Menahi Al Hajri (2004–07)
3. Misfer bin Faisal Al Shahwani (2007–08)
4. Menahi Al Shammari (2008–present)
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