Smouha SC

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Full name Smouha Sporting Club
نادي سموحة الرياضي
Nādī Smūḥa al-Rīyāḍiy
Nickname(s) الموج الأزرق Al-Mawg al-Azraq (The Blue Wave)
Founded 29 December 1949; 67 years ago (1949-12-29)
Ground Borg el-Arab Stadium
Borg el-Arab, Egypt
Ground Capacity 86,000
Chairman Egypt Mohamed Farag Amer
Manager Egypt Moamen Soliman
League Egyptian Premier League
2015–16 Egyptian Premier League, 3rd
Website Club home page

Smouha Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي سموحة الرياضي Nādī Smūḥa al-Rīyāḍiy) is an Egyptian sports club based in Smouha, Alexandria, Egypt with a professional football team.

Active departments of Smouha SC
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Football club[edit]

In football, Smouha finished in second place in the 2008–09 Egyptian Second Division season. They were close to being promoted to the Egyptian Premier League, but they lost their final match against Kafr El-Zayat, so Mansoura was promoted instead. In the 2009–10 Egyptian Second Division Smouha secured promotion to the 2010-11 Egyptian Premier League after a 7–1 win against Abu Qair Semad on 28 April 2010.[1] Smouha played in the Egyptian Premier League for the first time in its history. The current president of Smouha sporting club is Egyptian millionaire and member of parliament Mohamed Farag Amer, founder and chief executive of Faragallah Group, a producer of food products. The club was close to being relegated in the 2010–11 season. They had a good start in the 2012–2013 premier league season, defeating Cairo Giant Al Ahly 1–0, Ghazl El Mahalla 5–1 and Wadi Degla 3–0.

Honours & Achievements[edit]




Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

  • PR = Preliminary round
  • GS = Group stage
  • POR = Play-off round
Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2015 CAF Champions League PR Libya Al Ahli Tripoli 1–0 0–1 1–1 (5–3 p)
1 Nigeria Enyimba 2–0 0–1 2–1
2 Republic of the Congo AC Léopards 2–0 0–1 2–1
GS Morocco Moghreb Tétouan 3–2 1–2 4th
(Group A)
Sudan Al Hilal Omdurman 1–1 0–2
Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe 0–2 0–1
2017 CAF Confederation Cup 1 Kenya Ulinzi Stars 4–0 0–3 4–3
PO South Africa Bidvest Wits 1–0 0–0 1–0
GS Zambia ZESCO United 0–1 TBD
(Group C)
Angola Recreativo do Libolo 2–0
Sudan Al Hilal Al Ubayyid

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 Al-Mahdy Soliman
4 Egypt MF Mahmoud Fathi
5 Egypt DF El Sayed Farid
6 Egypt DF Mahmoud Ezzat
7 Egypt MF Mahmoud Sayed
8 Egypt MF Manga
9 Egypt FW Ahmed Hassan Mekky
10 Egypt FW Hany El-Agazy
11 Egypt MF Ahmed Raouf
12 Egypt MF Ayman Ashraf
14 Egypt MF Ahmed Homos
16 Egypt GK Ahmed Yehia
No. Position Player
17 Egypt DF Omar Saad
18 Egypt FW Hossam Hassan
19 Egypt MF Ahmed Temsah
20 Burkina Faso FW Banou Diawara
21 Egypt GK Mohamed Abou Gabal
22 Egypt MF Islam Mohareb
23 Egypt DF Yasser Ibrahim
24 Egypt MF Amr El Monoufy
25 Ivory Coast DF Mansou Kouakou
27 Egypt MF Khaled Stouhi
28 Burkina Faso DF Patrick Malo
30 Egypt DF Ragab Bakar



  1. ^ Maher, Hatem "Smouha seal first Premier League promotion". Filgoal, 2010-4-28. Retrieved on 28 April 2010.

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