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Tersana SC
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Full name Tersana Sporting Club
نادي الترسانة للألعاب الرياضية
Nickname(s) The Hammers
Short name TER
Founded 1921; 96 years ago (1921)
Ground Tersana Stadium, Giza, Egypt
Ground Capacity 15.000
Chairman Egypt Ahmed Gabr
Manager Egypt Alaa Nouh
League Egyptian Second Division
2016–17 Second Division, 9th (Group B)

Tersana Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي الترسانة للألعاب الرياضية‎‎), is an Egyptian sports club based in Meet Okba, Giza, Egypt. It is best known for its professional football team, which plays in the Egyptian Second Division, the second-highest league in the Egyptian football league system.

Tersana's most important accomplishments include winning the Egypt Cup title six times and the Egyptian league title once. On the continental side, Tersana also participated in the CAF Cup Winners' Cup once in 1987 and ousted in the Second round with Tunisian Espérance. The first leg, played in Cairo, ended with a draw, while the second leg, played in Tunisia, ended in a 0–2 loss.

History[edit]

The history of the establishment of the Tarsana Club in 1921 by the English Major Slauter, the first president of the club, at a time when Egypt was under British Protectorate, was the first headquarters in the area of Bulaq, and then transferred to Agouza, Finally he was transferred to his current headquarters in Mit Okba, specifically in 1958.

The main reason for its establishment was to serve the staff of the Emiratisation workshops of the Maritime Administration (currently the Ministry of Irrigation), so it was called Tersana, This is the secret of wearing the blue color "sea and water color".

There have been many rumors about the secret of the launch of the title «Hummers» on the Tarsana players, but the most famous novel that it came because of the team's hardness with the team, and the fusion of the Fedayeen, so launched the great sports critics Abdul Majid Noman and Najib Almstkawi the title of Hummers after the intervention of Fouad Gouda, defender Tersana, on foot Saleh Selim and cause injury.

Record[edit]

Tersana Player Top Goalscorers in Egyptian Premier League[edit]

Season Player Goals
1949–50 Sudan Hamdeto Ahmed 10
1953–54 Egypt Abdel Nabi Mahmoud 21
1956–57 Egypt Hamdi Abdel Fattah 22
1957–58 Egypt Hamdi Abdel Fattah 19
1959–60 Egypt Hamdi Abdel Fattah 14
1961–62 Egypt Moustafa Reyadh 20
1962–63 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 29
1963–64 Egypt Moustafa Reyadh 26
1964–65 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 23
1965–66 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 18
1974–75 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 34

Tersana Goalscorers in Egyptian Premier League[edit]

# Player Goals
1 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 173
2 Egypt Moustafa Reyadh 123
3 Egypt Hamdi Abdel Fattah 92
4 Egypt Mohamed Ramadan 40
5 Egypt Badawi Abdel Fattah 39
6 Egypt Mahmoud Hassan 38
7 Egypt Gamal Abdel Halim 31
8 Egypt Abdel Nabi Mahmoud 30
9 Egypt Mohamed Aboutraika 27
10 Egypt Abdel Mohsen El-Tonsi 22

Tersana Players in Egyptian Caps[edit]

# Player Caps Goals
1 Egypt Hassan El-Shazly 67 43
2 Egypt Moustafa Reyadh 46 21
3 Egypt Mohamed Ramadan 41 10
4 Egypt Hamza Abdel Moula 31 2
5 Egypt Hassan Ali 29 0
6 Egypt Ali Maher 28 10
7 Egypt Hamdi Abdel Fattah 22 9
8 Egypt Mohamed Aboul Ezz 18 1
9 Egypt Mahmoud Hassan 16 5
10 Egypt Shaker Abdel Fattah 14 2

Formal Record[edit]

Giza Derby[edit]

The Giza Derby, is a football match between Egyptian clubs Tersana SC and Zamalek SC. It is a match between arguably the two most successful clubs in Egypt.

The rivalry[edit]

Ever since their creation, both clubs have been the top clubs in the Egyptian Premier League, the country's top-flight football league. In the first half of the twentieth century. Tersana SC won their first league title when the Egyptian Premier League in the 1962-63 season. Zamalek managed to win the league 12 times.

The largest winning margin in this derby was 7–3 for Zamalek, was in 1962–63 Egyptian Premier League.

Statistics[edit]

Competition Total Tersana Wins Draws Zamalek Wins Tersana Goals Zamalek Goals
Egyptian Premier League 91 11 19 61 65 167
Egypt Cup 16 5 3 8 15 23
Sultan Hussein Cup 2 2 0 0 2 0
October League 2 1 0 1 2 2
Total 111 19 22 70 58 192

Achievements[edit]

Performance in the Egyptian Premier League[edit]

Season G W D L GF GA GD Pts Position Group Notes
1948–49 21 11 5 5 33 24 9 27 Runner Up
1949–50 19 10 3 6 31 24 7 23 Runner Up
1950–51 18 8 4 6 17 14 3 20 4th
1952–53 18 9 2 7 42 38 4 20 4th
1953–54 18 10 1 7 54 27 27 21 3rd
1955–56 20 4 8 8 22 31 −9 16 8th
1956–57 26 9 7 10 36 39 −3 25 7th
1957–58 14 7 3 4 36 18 18 17 4th Group A
1958–59 18 7 7 4 32 24 8 21 3rd
1959–60 18 11 5 2 39 20 19 27 Runner Up
1960–61 18 6 8 4 28 23 5 20 3rd
1961–62 18 12 1 5 36 21 15 25 3rd
1962–63 27 19 3 5 66 41 25 41 Champion Group B
1963–64 24 16 3 5 71 34 37 35 Runner Up Group A
1964–65 22 10 7 5 48 28 30 27 3rd
1965–66 21 9 5 7 37 27 10 23 4th
1966–67 22 11 6 5 31 20 11 28 3rd
1972–73 22 9 6 7 18 18 0 24 6th
1974–75 34 22 8 4 43 19 24 52 Runner Up
1975–76 22 10 6 6 32 18 14 26 6th Group B
1976–77 28 9 8 11 22 26 -4 26 8th
1977–78 26 9 7 10 18 21 -3 25 9th
1978–79 22 7 7 8 11 19 -8 21 8th
1979–80 30 10 7 13 17 25 -8 27 11th
1980–81 26 5 9 12 21 28 -7 19 12th
1981–82 26 6 9 11 14 23 -9 21 11th Relegation
1983–84 22 6 7 9 15 21 -6 19 8th
1984–85 22 9 5 8 26 21 5 23 5th
1985–86 22 8 7 7 17 15 2 23 6th
1986–87 22 8 10 4 18 16 2 34 3rd
1987–88 22 6 7 9 25 27 -2 25 6th
1988–89 22 10 2 10 25 25 0 32 5th
1990–91 34 11 13 10 25 24 1 35 9th
1991–92 26 2 14 10 16 28 -12 18 13th Relegation
1993–94 26 6 9 11 19 27 -8 21 12th Relegation
1995–96 30 5 10 15 16 35 19 25 14th Relegation
2000–01 26 6 9 11 33 45 -12 27 11th
2001–02 26 8 6 12 36 45 9 30 8th
2002–03 26 8 6 12 32 43 11 30 10th
2003–04 26 6 8 12 31 39 -8 26 11th
2004–05 26 6 7 13 25 42 -17 25 13th Relegation
2006–07 30 6 13 11 26 28 -2 31 12th
2007–08 30 8 8 14 30 40 -10 32 11th
2008–09 30 5 9 16 29 45 -16 24 15th Relegation
Egyptian Premier League 1046 380 295 371 1319 1216 103 1137

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1987 African Cup Winners' Cup First round Rwanda Mukura Victory 5 – 0 1 – 1 6 – 1
Second round Tunisia Espérance 0 – 0 0 – 2 0 - 2

Performance in Arab competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Result
1987 Arab Club Championship Group Stage Iraq Al-Jaish 1 – 0
Algeria JE Tizi Ouzou 0 – 0
Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal 0 – 0
Qatar Al-Arabi 3 – 1
Semi-finals Saudi Arabia Ittihad 0 – 1
3rd Place Algeria JE Tizi Ouzou 1 – 2

Board of directors[edit]

Position Staff
President Egypt Ahmed Gabr
Vice-President Egypt Salah Abdel Fattah
Treasurer Egypt Ayman Ali
Member Egypt Ahmed Salman
Member Egypt Ragab Abdel Latif
Member Egypt Ahmed El-Khateb
Member Egypt Naser Afify
Member Egypt Mohamed Hasan El-Shazli
Member Egypt Ghalia Hasan

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
Egypt GK Ahmed Khattab
Egypt GK Amr Gaber
Egypt DF Belal Salem
Egypt DF Ahmed Emad
Egypt DF Bassam Hassan
Egypt DF Mohamed Salah
Egypt DF Ahmed Ibrahem
Egypt DF Mohamed Ateya
Egypt DF Amar Mohsen
Egypt DF Hesham Ragab
Egypt DF Karim Zekry
Egypt DF Nour El-Garhi
Egypt MF Amr Samir
No. Position Player
Egypt MF Sherif Dabo
Egypt MF Ahmed Hisham
Egypt MF Abdel Rahman Magdi
Egypt MF Moustafa Damdam
Egypt MF Moustafa Naser
Egypt MF Karem Fathalla
Egypt MF Hussein Ghouniem
Egypt MF Mohamed El-Shami
Egypt MF Khaled Rabea
Egypt FW Abdalla Naser
Egypt FW Wa'el Abdel Fattah
Egypt FW Mahmoud Zanati

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Egypt Alaa Nouh
Assistant manager Egypt Yasser Farouk
First-team coaches Egypt Mo'men Abdel Ghafaar
Goalkeeping coach Egypt Hassan Ali
Chart Loads Egypt Hussein Mohamed
Director of Players Affairs Egypt Hossam Mabrouk
Administrative Egypt Hatem Mohamed
Administrative Egypt Ibrahim Hassan
Injury Specialist Egypt Sayed Hamed

Notable players[edit]

External links[edit]