Suwaiq Club

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Al-Suwaiq Club
نادي السويق
Al-Suwaiq SC (logo).png
Full name Al-Suwaiq Club
Founded 1972; 46 years ago (1972) (28 February 1972 (as Al-Suwaiq))
Ground Al-Seeb Stadium
Al-Seeb, Al-Batinah, Oman
Capacity 14,000
Chairman Oman Sheikh Fatik fahar Al-Said
Oman Ahmed Al-Farsi
Manager Iraq Hakeem Shaker
League Oman Professional League
2016–17 6th
Website Club website

Al-Suwaiq Club (Arabic: نادي السويق‎) is an Omani sports club based in Al-Suwaiq.[1] The club is currently playing in the Oman Professional League, top division of Oman Football Association. Their home ground is Al-Seeb Stadium. The stadium is government owned, but they also own their own personal stadium and sports equipment, as well as their own training facilities.

History[edit]

The club was founded on 28 February 1972 and was registered on 26 June 2002.

Support[edit]

Al-Suwaiq Club enjoys a large fan support which differentiates the club from the other clubs in the country by its unique way of cheering.

Being a multisport club[edit]

Although being mainly known for their football, Al-Suwaiq Club like many other clubs in Oman, have not only football in their list, but also hockey, volleyball, handball, basketball, badminton and squash. They also have a youth football team competing in the Omani Youth league.

Crest and colours[edit]

Al-Suwaiq Club have been known since establishment to wear a yellow or red (with black shorts) (Away) kit. They have also had many different sponsors over the years. As of now, Uhlsport provides them with kits. Currently, BankMuscat is featured on the team's shirt.

Honours and achievements[edit]

National titles[edit]

  • Winners : 2013.
  • Runners-up : 2009, 2010, 2011, 2017.

Club performance-International Competitions[edit]

AFC competitions[edit]

  • 2014 : Qualifying Play-Off Round 1

Team Squad[edit]

As of 22 January 2018[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Oman GK Ghalib Al Mughaizwi
22 Oman GK Ammar Al Rusheidi
40 Oman GK Anwar Ali Al-Alawi
88 Oman GK Faiz Al-Rushaidi
2 Oman DF Salah Al-Siyabi
3 Oman DF Ali Al-Busaidi
5 Oman DF Hassan Al-Saadi
6 Oman DF Mahmood Al-Mushaifri
8 Oman DF Ahmad Al-Khamisi
13 Oman DF Mohammed Al-Musalami
14 Oman DF Abdul Adheem Al-Ajmi
15 Oman DF Bassam Al Salehi
18 Oman DF Ammar Al Shayadi
25 Oman DF Mohammed Al-Balushi
44 Oman DF Al Muhannad Al Balushi
98 Senegal DF Mamadou Diagné
No. Position Player
Oman DF Dakhil Al Yahmadi
4 Oman MF Yaseen Al-Sheyadi
7 Oman MF Omar Al Fazari
12 Oman MF Al Abd Al-Nofli
19 Oman MF Fahad Al-Jalabubi
20 Oman MF Hussain Al-Hadhri
21 Senegal MF Abdoulaye Dieng
26 Nigeria MF Bassey Howells
70 Oman MF Khamis Al-Maawali
Oman MF Mazin Al Saadi
Oman FW Abdul Rahman Al-Ghassani
9 Oman FW Abdul Aziz Al-Muqbali
10 Oman FW Said Al-Abdulsalam
11 Oman FW Muhsen Al-Ghassani
17 Oman FW Khalid Al-Hajri

Personnel[edit]

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Head coach Romania Ilie Balaci
Goalkeeping Coach
Physiotherapist
Team Manager Oman Saud Sulaiman
Oman Abdullah Al-Harthy
Team Supervisor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Al-Suwaiq". national-football-teams.com. 
  2. ^ "Play-off, 1st leg: Hilal Alquds Club 0-1 Al Suwaiq". Jenin. the-afc. 22 January 2018. Retrieved 22 January 2018. 

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