Aswan SC

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fullname = Aswan Football Club
Nickname(s) زهرة الجنوب South Flower
Founded 1930
Ground Aswan Stadium
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Dr. Hassan Abdelkader
Manager Egypt muhammed amer
League Egyptian Premier League
2015–16 Egyptian Premier League, 15th

Aswan is a football club based in Aswan, Egypt.


Aswan football team played a total of 7 seasons in the Egyptian Premier League in its history.[1] The team first appeared in the Premier league in the 1990–91 season, while the last season was in 2003–04. The longest spell the team spent in the Premier league was for only three consecutive seasons (from 1996–97 to 1998–99).

The lowest part of the clubs recent history is widely thought to be around the new year of 1994, when the club, struggling for players after relegation, offered a trial to former Luton starlet, Paul Smith, only for him to reject the offer in favour of continuing his coach trip to Luxor.

Aswan FC currently competes in the Egyptian Premier League.

Current squads[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 Egypt GK Reda El Sayed
2 Egypt MF Alaa El Badry
3 Egypt DF Moaz El-Henawy
5 Egypt DF Hamada El Sayed
6 Egypt MF Ahmad Shedid Qinawi
7 Egypt MF Amir Abed
8 Egypt DF Sayed Elshabrawi
9 Egypt FW Ihab El-Masry
10 Egypt MF Osama Marei
11 Egypt DF Ahmed Abdelaziz
12 Egypt MF Mohamed El Shami
14 Egypt FW Mohamed El Fayoumi
15 Egypt MF Yasser Reda
16 Egypt GK Essam Saad
No. Position Player
18 Egypt FW Shokry Naguib
19 Egypt MF Mohamed Fawzi
21 Egypt DF Basem Eid
22 Egypt MF Fouad Salama
23 Ghana FW Abdallah Addo
24 Egypt FW Mahmoud Shaaban
25 Egypt MF Mohamed Rizk
26 Egypt MF Mohab Said
27 Burkina Faso MF Eric Traoré
28 Burkina Faso FW Jerome Ouiyah
29 Egypt FW Hamada Yehia
44 Egypt DF Momen Atef
44 Egypt MF Abdallah Farouk
77 Egypt FW Mohamed El Baghdadi
- Egypt GK Ahmed Hussein
- Egypt DF Khaled Sobhi


  1. ^ Said, Tarek "Aswan Club Premier League Participations", Egyptian Retrieved on 5 May 2010.