AC Tripoli ( Arabic: نادي طرابلس الرياضي), formerly Olympic Beirut, is a Lebanese football club based in Tripoli. Founded in 2000 as Olympic Beirut, they won the domestic double in the  2002–03 season. In 2005 they were re-established as AC Tripoli and, in 2015, they won a Lebanese FA Cup.
History [ edit ]
AC Tripoli was initially founded as Olympic Beirut in 2000, winning the
Lebanese Football League and FA Cup in 2003 and appearing in AFC Cup the following year. Due to financial problems, in 2005 the club was moved to the northern city of  Tripoli and renamed AC Tripoli.
In 2015, Tripoli won the
Lebanese FA Cup: this would be their first trophy won under their new name.
Club rivalries [ edit ]
Tripoli disputes the "
North Governorate Derby" with Salam Zgharta, as they are both located in the same area.
Players [ edit ]
Current squad [ edit ]
As of 23 January 2019 
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under
FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Honours [ edit ]
Performance in AFC competitions [ edit ]
Managerial history [ edit ]
Ihsan Sayeed (1999–02)
Estevam Soares (2002)
Mohammed Sahel (2002–04)
Fadi Ayad (2018–19) Ismael Kortam (2019–)
References [ edit ]
Groll, Daniel. "AC Tripoli SC - Lebanon - نادي طرابلس الرياضي - Club Profile, Club History, Club Badge, Results, Fixtures, Historical Logos, Statistics". www.weltfussballarchiv.com . Retrieved . 2 August 2018
Strack-Zimmermann, Benjamin. "Olympic Beirut (02/03)". www.national-football-teams.com . Retrieved . 2 August 2012
"Summary - Cup - Lebanon - Results, fixtures, tables and news - Soccerway". int.soccerway.com . Retrieved . 16 March 2019
Lebanon, Football. "السلام زغرتا يحسم ديربي الشمال ويضمن البقاء في دوري الأضواء". football-lebanon.com . Retrieved . 13 April 2019
"Tripoli Players and Stats". lebanonfg.com . Retrieved . 2019-01-31