|Full name||Aswan Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||زهرة الجنوب South Flower|
|Chairman||Dr. Hassan Abdelkader|
|League||Egyptian Premier League|
|2015–16||Egyptian Premier League, 15th|
club head masters
39 Aswan's first president, Athee Bek Al-Nazer, Abbas Bey Farid, Ahmed Beck Abdelkader, Mahmoud Bek Hussein, Ahmed Bakr Sorour Sharif, Salem Bey Habashi, Ahmed Bek El-Hefnaoui, Ismail Bey El-Deroui, Abdel-Khaliq Bek Safwat, Abd El Latif Bek Shaker, Mohammed Bek Ahmed, Hussein Bey Raafat, Shu'ayb, Ishmael Bey Fakhri, Ahmad Bey Issa, Abdel Aziz Bak El-Qadi, Mohamed Bek Said, Hussein Bek Amin, Ismael Bey Fahmy, Abdel Hamid Bey Aref, Ibrahim Bek Halim, Mohamed Bek Omar, El-Awaat Abdel Aziz Abdel Hay, Hassan Khaled Hamdy, Abdel Aziz Al-Aghoury, Zakaria Abdel Fattah, Ahmed Najmuddin Sri and the advisor Mustafa Hamad Then the advisor Mustafa Hamad for 8 years, then Mohamed Abu El Nile for four years, then the advisor Shafei Saleh 4 years, the engineer Hussein Al-Nazer 5 years,Nader Al-Zayat, the adviser Hussein Abdo and the last one, Dr. Hassan Abdel Qader.
Aswan football team played a total of 7 seasons in the Egyptian Premier League in its history. 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).
Aswan FC currently competes in the Egyptian Premier League.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Said, Tarek "Aswan Club Premier League Participations", Egyptian Football.net. Retrieved on 5 May 2010.