CS Hammam-Lif

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CS Hammam-Lif
Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif
Full name Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif
Nickname(s) Hamhama
Founded 1944
Ground Stade Bou Kornine
Hammam-Lif, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Tunisia Adel Daadaa
Manager France Gérard Buscher
League CLP-1
2013–14 CLP-1, 11th

Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif (Arabic: النادي الرياضي لحمام الأنف‎‎) or CSHL is a football club from Hammam-Lif in Tunisia. Founded in 1944, the team plays in green and white colours. Their ground is Stade Bou Kornine, which has 8,000 seats.

Achievements[edit]

Performance in national & domestic competitions[edit]

1952¹, 1954¹, 1955¹, 1956
1947¹, 1948¹, 1949¹, 1950¹, 1951¹, 1954¹, 1955¹, 1985, 2001
Runner-up: 2007
1985
Runner-up: 2001

¹titles won prior to independence

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

1986 – Semi-finals
2002 – Second Round

Colors & badges[edit]

Crest & Logos[edit]

Recent logo used by the Tunisian media, adding the mount (Bou Kornine) of the city of Hammam-Lif.

Players[edit]

Current squad[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 Tunisia GK Hamza Behi
4 Tunisia MF Mehdi Ressaïssi
6 Tunisia MF Seifallah Meskini
7 Tunisia FW Mohamed Ali Mhadhebi (on loan from Espérance)
8 Tunisia DF Mahmoud Laadhibi
9 Tunisia FW Mehdi Ben Dhifallah
10 Tunisia MF Omar Zekri
11 Tunisia FW Omar Ben Ammar
12 Tunisia DF Fares Meskini
13 Tunisia MF Zied Ziadi
14 Ghana FW Issaka Abudu Diarra
15 Tunisia DF Omar Saddi
No. Position Player
16 Tunisia GK Arbi Mejri
17 Tunisia MF Chedli Chaar
18 Tunisia MF Khaled Melliti
19 Tunisia DF Mohamed Sfaxi
21 Tunisia DF Mehrez Ben Rajeh
25 Guinea MF Ibrahima Camara
26 Tunisia DF Amine Mhadhebi
28 Tunisia FW Maher Ben Seghaier
30 Tunisia DF Fahmi Ben Romdhane
32 Tunisia DF Wissam Bousnina
35 France FW Mickaël Buscher

Managers[edit]

Presidents[edit]

  • Sadok Boussofara (1944–45)
  • Hammadi Abdessamad (1945–48)
  • Kheireddine Azzouz (1949–56)
  • Sadok Boussofara (1956–87)
  • Abderrazak Oueslati (1987–90)
  • Naceur Boufares (1990–95)
  • Moncef Ben Mrad (1995–96)
  • Maâouia Kaabi (1996–99)
  • Abderrazak Oueslati (1999–01)
  • Hamadi Atrous (2001–04)
  • Maâouia Kaabi then Adel Kitar (2004–05)
  • Adel Kitar then Mongi Bhar (2005–06)
  • Mongi Bhar (2006–11)
  • Adel Daadaa (2011–)

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