Al-Tadamun SC

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Al Tadamun SC
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Full name Al Tadamun Sporting Club
Founded 1965; 50 years ago (1965)
Ground Musaed Al-Shnfa
Farwaniya, Kuwait
Ground Capacity 14,000
Chairman Khaled Rabeh
League VIVA Premier League
2015-16 14th

Al Tadamun Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي التضامن الرياضي‎) is a Kuwaiti professional association football club based in Al Farwaniya. The team was placed 4th in 1983, they were also 2nd in 1998–1999 season.

Achievements[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 Kuwait GK Walled Wared Al Dafeeri
2 Kuwait DF Husain Udailam
4 Kuwait MF Mohammed Salem
5 Kuwait MF Abdulaziz Al Failakawi
7 Kuwait MF Saad Al Mutairi
8 Kuwait MF Bader Al Mutairi
9 Brazil FW Thiago
10 Kuwait FW Meshaal Naif
11 Kuwait MF Mohammed Ibrahim (Captain)
13 Kuwait MF Abdullah Ashwan
16 Kuwait DF Bader Wared Al Dafeeri
19 Kuwait FW Abdullah Khaled
20 Kuwait DF Yakoub Al Ansari
21 Romania MF Sorin Virgil Oproiescu
22 Kuwait MF Bader Fahad
24 Kuwait DF Muhanna Lafi
30 Kuwait GK Hamad Badeer
42 Kuwait DF Zair Al Mutairi
No. Position Player
43 Kuwait FW Hamed Al Rashidi
99 Brazil FW Elias Kanú
Kuwait DF Yousuf Botaiban
Kuwait DF Fahad Al Hajri
Kuwait DF Abdulrazaq Ashwan
Kuwait DF Majed Awadh
Kuwait MF Humoud Majed
Kuwait MF Abdulaziz Ashwan
Kuwait MF Fahad Nooh
Kuwait MF Fawaz Al Mutairi
Kuwait MF Musaed Raheel
Kuwait MF Suliman Daud
Kuwait MF Waleed Salem
Egypt MF Ahmed El Merghany
Kuwait FW Saleh Waleed
Ivory Coast FW Issa Sanogo

Coaches[edit]

[citation needed]

Years Name Nationality
1996–97 Theo Bücker Germany
1997–98 Luiziano Brazil
1998 Fouzy Ibrahim Kuwait
2000–01 Almear Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
2001 Krevitic Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
2001 Saad Shabib Kuwait
2001 Tornyi Barnabás Hungary
2001 Maher AL Shimeri Kuwait
2002–03 Fouzy Ibrahim Kuwait
2003 Saad Shabib Kuwait
2003–04 Mirsad Fazlagić Bosnia and Herzegovina
2006–07 Saleh Al Asfoor Kuwait
2007 Rashid Bideeg Kuwait
2007–08 João Carlos Pereira Portugal
2008–09 Stefano Impagliazzo Brazil
July 2009 – December 2009 Costică Ştefănescu Romania
January 2009 – April 2010 Alexandru Moldovan Romania
April 2010 – October 2010 Saad Shabib Kuwait
October 2010 – June 2011 Ahmad Saleh Egypt
June 2011 – January 2012 Jorge Anadón Brazil