Haras El Hodoud SC

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Haras El Hodoud
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Full name Haras El Hodoud Sporting Club
Nickname(s) Sawahel
Founded 1950; 67 years ago (1950)
Ground Haras El Hodoud Stadium
Ground Capacity 22,000
Chairman Egypt Abdel-Rehim Mohamed
Manager Egypt Abdul-Hamid Bassiouny
League Egyptian Second Division
2015–16 Premier League, 17th

Haras El Hodoud Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي حرس الحدود الرياضي, Frontier Guard Club) is an Egyptian football team. It was formerly known as Sawahel (سواحل, Coast) based in Alexandria. The team is a member of the Egyptian Premier League. The team fell into the second tier and remained for many years before returning to the EPL again in the 2002–2003 season and changed its name to the (border guards).

Guard team has achieved great achievement in the 2003–2004 season when it achieved a third place in the league for the first time in history.


2008–09, 2009–10

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2006 – Second Round
2008 – Quarter-Finals
2009 – Quarter-Finals
2010 – Quarter-Finals
2011 – First Round of 16

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 Egypt GK Ahmed Saad
2 Egypt DF Sayed Gad
3 Egypt MF Sayed Hassan
4 Egypt DF Mostafa Gomaa
5 Egypt DF Ali Elfil
6 Egypt DF Mahmoud Mubarak
6 Egypt MF Mostafa Ibrahim
7 Egypt MF Ahmed Safi
8 Egypt MF Mostafa Gamal
9 Egypt FW Ahmed Zaghlol
10 Egypt MF Abdelsalam Nagah
11 Egypt DF Mohamed Tarek
12 Egypt DF Islam Ramadan
13 Egypt GK Mohamed Nader
14 Egypt MF Ahmed Sabry
15 Burkina Faso MF Moussa Yedan
16 Egypt MF Nader El Ashri
16 Libya FW Ahmed Abdelkader
17 Egypt MF Islam Abo-Ouffa
18 Egypt MF Islam Roshdi
No. Position Player
19 Egypt FW Mohamed Farouk Benzema
20 Egypt DF Islam Abdelghani
21 Egypt FW Amr Osman
22 Egypt MF Sayed Hassan
24 Egypt MF Alaa Shaaban
25 Egypt MF Mohamed Ramadan
26 Egypt GK Abdelkafi Ragab
27 Egypt MF Ashraf Anwar
28 Egypt DF Islam Sayed
29 Egypt FW Abdallah Ibrahim
30 Egypt MF Islam Masoud
32 Egypt FW Mohamed Gamal
36 Egypt MF Ahmed Ramadan Bekham
Egypt DF Mohamed Gabr
Egypt MF Mohamed Hassan
Egypt MF Momen Ibrahim
Egypt MF Mohamed Morsi
Egypt MF Moataz Hassan
Egypt MF Ahmed Zahran
Egypt MF Youssef Omar
Egypt FW Ahmed Farag


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