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Al-Siliya Sports Club

Al-Sailiya
السيلية
Logo
Full name Al-Sailiya Sports Club
Nickname(s) Al Shahwani
Founded 10 October 1995 (18 years ago) (1995-10-10)
Ground Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
Ground Capacity 27,000
Chairman Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani
Manager Sami Trabelsi
League Qatar Stars League
2012–2013 Qatar Stars League, 12th
Home colours
Away colours

Al-Sailiya Sports club (Arabic: نادي السيلية الرياضي‎) is a Qatari professional football (soccer) club currently competing in the Qatar Stars League. They are based in Doha and play their home games at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium.

History

Al Sailiya were founded as Al Qadsiya on 10 October 1995. In 2003, the club adopted its current name, Al Sailiya.

They were relegated in 2006 after finishing at the bottom of the Qatar Stars League. They won promotion back to the Qatar Stars League for the 2007–08 season, but were once again relegated to the Qatargas League in the 2010–11 season. They won promotion again, but finished last in the Stars League league that year.[1] However, a decision to expand the QSL to 14 teams ensured Sailiya’s place in the top flight was secure.[2]

Statistics

Qatar Stars League seasons
Season League
Division Pos G W D L GF GA GD Pts
2003–04 QSL 10° (relegated) 18 0 4 14 20 61 -41 4
2005–06 QSL 27 5 8 14 29 47 -18 23
2007–08 QSL 27 7 6 14 33 46 -13 27
2008–09 QSL 27 5 5 17 31 58 -27 20
2009-10 QSL 11° 22 4 7 11 16 28 -12 19
2010-11 QSL 11° (relegated) 22 3 6 13 25 47 -22 15

Current squad

As of 15 October 2013.[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Qatar DF Saleh Musa
3 Brazil DF Marcelo Tavares
4 Qatar DF Ghanim Haddaf
5 Qatar MF Majdi Siddiq
7 Qatar DF Nayef Mubarak Abdullah
8 Qatar DF Saleh Al Athbi
9 Burkina Faso FW Moumouni Dagano
10 Qatar MF Dawood Abdul Kareem
11 Sudan MF Omar Ibrahim
12 Bahrain MF Faouzi Aaish
13 Qatar FW Mohammed Bader
14 Qatar DF Abdulla Darwish
17 Ivory Coast MF Babou Sidiki Barro
18 Qatar MF Mirghani Al Zain
19 Qatar DF Khalid Fareed Feirouz
No. Position Player
20 Qatar MF Yasser Abou Baker
22 Qatar GK Essa Shaaban
23 Qatar MF Ali Qassem
26 Qatar DF Khalid Nawaf
27 Qatar MF Ali Abdulhadi
29 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Yves Diba Ilunga
30 France GK Grégory Gomis
75 Qatar DF Mohammed Alhaj
77 Qatar MF Mohamed Shaaban
80 Qatar FW Othman Hassan
91 Qatar FW Ali Abdelkarim
99 Qatar GK Omar Rushdi Fathi
-- Qatar DF Abdul Ghafoor Murad
-- Qatar DF Ahmed Abdou

For recent squad changes see: List of Qatari football transfers summer 2012.

Managerial history

 

Honours

  • Qatargas League
Winners (3): 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2011–12
  • Qatar Second Division Cup
Winners (3): 1998, 2005, 2011

References

External links

  • Official website


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