Dubai CSC

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Dubai CSC
Dubai CSC (logo).jpg
Full name Dubai Cultural Sports Club
Founded 1996
Dissolved July 2017
Ground Dubai Club Stadium
Dubai, UAE
Ground Capacity 7,500

Dubai Cultural Sports Club (Arabic: نادي دبي الثقافي الرياضي‎‎) was a football club based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

In 2017 merged with Al Shabab to join Al-Ahli to rebrand the club into Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai FC.

History[edit]

The club was relegated in 2007 to the UAE Second Division and played three years in the league, before returning in 2010 to the UAE League.[1] Dubai Csc are to play Nottingham Forest in a pre-season friendly on July 11, 2013, the first time that they will have hosted a European club. The stadium has been recently refurbised and has full air conditioning.

Achievements[edit]

Players[edit]

No Position Playerposition Nation
1 Goalkeeper Saeed Ghoulam  United Arab Emirates
77 Goalkeeper Jamal Abdullah  United Arab Emirates
90 Goalkeeper Yousef Ahmed Saqer  United Arab Emirates

2 Defender Ahmed Malallah  United Arab Emirates
3 Defender Mohammed Sebil  United Arab Emirates
4 Defender Fahad Jumaa  United Arab Emirates
5 Defender Fadel Ahmad  United Arab Emirates
8 Defender Mohammed Ismael  United Arab Emirates
16 Defender Mohammed Taleb  United Arab Emirates
21 Defender Saoud Rashed  United Arab Emirates
26 Defender Ismael Al-Bloushi  United Arab Emirates
60 Defender Marzouq Hassan  United Arab Emirates

6 Midfielder Hassan Abdurahman  United Arab Emirates
7 Midfielder Khamis Khaled  United Arab Emirates
14 Midfielder Hussain Abdurahman  United Arab Emirates
15 Midfielder Khaled Hussain  United Arab Emirates
18 Midfielder Yousef Ghoulam  United Arab Emirates
20 Midfielder Yousef Ali Shah  United Arab Emirates

12 Forward Waleed Khaled  United Arab Emirates

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ gulfnews : UAE Football League team profiles

External links[edit]