Al-Jazeera Club (Jordan)

Al-Jazeera Club (Arabic: نادي الجزيرة‎) is a Jordanian multisports club based in Amman. Founded in 1947, the team plays at Amman International Stadium. They complete in the Jordanian Pro League, the top flight of Jordanian football.

Al-Jazeera Club
نادي الجزيرة
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Full nameAl-Jazeera Club of Amman
Nickname(s)الشياطين الحمر
Al-Shayateen Al-Houmr
(The Red Devils)
Founded1947; 74 years ago (1947)
GroundAmman International Stadium
Capacity17,619
PresidentAwn Hamdan
ManagerAmjad Abu Tu'aimeh
LeagueJordanian Pro League
Active departments of Al-Jazeera
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HistoryEdit

In the early 1940s, the club consisted of boys who shared common traits like age, social status, friendship, neighborhood, education and love for sports, especially football. They began practicing football as a team with intense training, and felt that their talents merged well. The team members enhancing and developing their talents included the late Amer Mufti, Tbelt Fattah and Abdul Raouf Al Attia, Abdul-Raouf Noha and Muhammad Ali Karyoti and Honorary Nanaa and facilitate the drum and facilitating the latest Shorbaji and Taher Al-Halawani Wool and Mohammed Abu Sultan, Mohammed and Omar News vegetative and Mohammed and Ahmed and Awad Hamid. Applied for Foundation to the Ministry of the Interior in 1946, but the request was re-insurance to 10 people, among the founders over the age of For the 25-year re-entry has been remedied that mentioned their families and acquaintances Fastdrqua what they were asked A request was made Altosin the following names:[clarification needed]

  1. Hassan Hussein Rouh – An employee. Later became a professor.
  2. Abdul Majeed Aljzazi – A professor. Later entered the army.
  3. Fawzi Yousef Dia – A professor. Later entered the army.
  4. Qasim Karyoti – A member of staff in the workshops of the Army.
  5. Abdul Karim Bakir – Merchant
  6. Diab Shorbaji – Merchant
  7. Ahmed Shorbaji – Merchant
  8. Mufti Mohammad Sami – A merchant and tailor.
  9. Abdul Hadi Akash – Restaurant owner of 'Pleasure' in Amman.
  10. Fred Joseph Fleifel – Was employed.

And approved the establishment of the club by the Interior Ministry in 01/01/1947 as approved on its Procedure and it appears to the existence of a club named (the island) and taking exercise and various sports activities on top Football.[1]

StadiumEdit

Al-Jazeera plays their home games at Amman International Stadium in Amman. The stadium was built on 1964 and opened on 1968, it is owned by The Jordanian government and operated by The higher council of youth. It is also the home stadium of Jordan national football team and Al-Faisaly. It has a current capacity of 17,619 spectators.

KitsEdit

Al-Jazeera's home kit is all red shirts and white shorts, while their away kit is all white shirts and red shorts.

Kit suppliers and shirt sponsorsEdit

Period Kit supplier Shirt sponsor
2011–2013 Uhlsport None
2013–2015 Adidas
2015–2016 Jako
2016–2017 MBB Apparel
2017–2020 Jako

HonoursEdit

LeagueEdit

CupsEdit

1984, 2017–18
1981, 1986
1985

Performance in AFC and UAFA competitionsEdit

2015: Round of 16
2018: West Asia Zonal final
2019: West Asia Zonal final
2020: Participating

IFFHS RankingsEdit

Current squadEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   JOR Nour Bani Attiah
2 DF   JOR Jaber Khattab
6 MF   JOR Ibrahim Al-Khub
7 MF   JOR Laith Hbowal
8 MF   JOR Noor Al-Rawabdeh
9 MF   JOR Saleh Al-Jawhari
10 FW   JOR Abdullah Al-Attar
11 MF   JOR Mahmoud Al-Mardi
12 GK   JOR Waleed Ibrahim
14 DF   JOR Ahmad Abu Sha'ireh
15 MF   JOR Bara' Mahdi Atieh
17 DF   JOR Omar Qandeel
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 DF   JOR Motasem Al Jabari
20 MF   JOR Anas Al Asassleh
21 MF   JOR Hamza Al Saifi
22 GK   JOR Qais Abassi
23 FW   BRA Leonardo Paiva
27 DF   JOR Amer Jamous
28 FW   JOR Noor Mowafi
30 FW   JOR Ali Olwan
32 FW   JOR Hussein Bassam
33 FW   JOR Hussein Al Diabat
80 MF   JOR Ibrahim Sadeh
88 MF   JOR Ahmad Abdel-Halim

Current technical staffEdit

Position Staff
First team head coach   Amjad Abu Tu'aimeh
Assistant coach   Amer Al-Halabieh
Goalkeeping coach   Salameh Al-Ghrouf
Medical Officer   Ibrahim Ikhmayyes
Equipment Manager   Nayel Qtiesh
Media Officer   Radi Al-Zawahreh
Team Manager   Mohannad Al-Maharmeh

Managerial historyEdit

Name From To
  Issa Al-Turk 2006 2009
  Amjad Abu Taimah 2009 2010
  Jamal Abu Abed 2010 2010
  Emad Khankan 2010 2010
  Khaled Awad 2010 2011
  Mohammed Omar 2011 2012
  Issa Al-Turk 2012 2015
  Haitham Al-Shboul 2015 2016
  Nizar Mahrous 2016 2017
  Maher Bahri 2017 2017
  Chiheb Ellili 2017 2018
  Nizar Mahrous 2018 2018
  Dalibor Starčević 2018 2019
  Amjad Abu Taimah 2019 Present

Presidential historyEdit

No Name
1   Mohammed Rawhi
2   Fawzi Izz Al-Din Moghrabi
3   Amer Mufti
4   Bassam Al-Khasawneh
5   Amer Mufti
6   Abdel Ra'ouf Attiah
7   Abdullah Kiswani
8   Salim Shahine
9   Abdul Latif Al-Talli
10   Riyad Al-Hroub
11   Fadi Ghandour
12   Wa'el Zo'rob
13   Sari Hamdan
14   Samir Mansour
15   Mohammed Al-Maharmeh[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "نادي الجزيرة (عمان) نبذه عن نادي الجزيرة -". w.mdar.co. Archived from the original on 2019-12-29. Retrieved 2019-08-14.
  2. ^ "Club World Ranking by footballdatabase". footballdatabase. 2020-08-07.
  3. ^ "المحارمة رئيسا لنادي الجزيرة بالتزكية".

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