Al Khartoum SC

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Al Khartoum SC
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Full name Al Khartoum Al Watani Sports Club
Founded 1950
Ground Khartoum Stadium
Ground Capacity 23,000
Chairman Mamoun Bashir Elnefiedi
Manager James Kwesi Appiah[1]
League Sudan Premier League
2014 4th

Al Khartoum Al Watani Sports Club is a football club based in Khartoum, Sudan. They play in the top level of Sudanese professional football, the Sudan Premier League.[2] Their rivals are Ahli Al Khartoum. Al Khartoum is one of the elite Sudanese football teams that has been playing in the top tier of Sudanese football constantly since their promotion in 1996. They were previously known as Al Khartoum 3 which is the neighbourhood the team was founded in. Al Khartoum was the first team to ever represent the Khartoum 3 district as most teams were representing Omdurman. The team has been finishing up most of the seasons 4th which reflects how keen they are to be a strong member of the top football teams in Sudan. Mamoun Bashir Elnefidi is the chairman of AL Khartoum who is a wealthy businessman known for his Elnefiedi Group which is one of Sudan's top conglomerates,

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2010 - First Round
2011 - First Round of 16
2013 - Preliminary Round
2015 - Preliminary Round
2003 - First Round

2015 CAF Confederation Cup's team[edit]

Position Shirt number Name Nation
GK 1 Adil Abdilrasoul Eltahir Sudan
GK 21 Mohamed Adam Ismail Bahar Sudan
GK 30 Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla Sudan
DF 13 Ahmed Mohamed Idris Sudan
DF 3 Fadal Alla Adam Mohamed Sudan
DF 23 Idriss Suleiman Abdalla Sudan
DF 4 Mowaia Elameen Mohammed Sudan
DF 12 Mohamed Hassan Eltaib Sudan
DF 25 Murwan Salih Abdalla Sudan
DF 19 Nadir Khalifa Surain Sudan
DF 2 Nagm Eldin Abdalla Abdalgabar Sudan
DF 17 Léonard Njousso Cameroon
DF 5 Omer Ali Alkhidir Sudan
DF 6 Salah Mahmood Nimer Sudan
DF 15 Samawal Merghani Nour Sudan
MF 14 Agay Anthony "Teddy" Akumu Kenya
MF 8 Amin Ibrahim Elmani Sudan
MF 20 Badr Eldin Eldoud Abdalla Sudan
MF 10 Dominic Aboi South Sudan
MF 26 John Arthur Ghana
MF 22 Maaz Abdelraheem Gismalla Sudan
MF 7 Salah Eldin Osman Billal Sudan
MF 18 Wagdi Awad Abd Alla Sudan
FW 11 Atif Khalid Eltayeb Sudan
FW 24 Elkhazeen Abdalwahid Sudan
FW 16 Hisham Azhari Abdeen Sudan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah takes over at SC Khartoum". BBC Sport. 17 December 2014. Retrieved 18 December 2014. 
  2. ^ [1]