Al-Nasr SC (Kuwait)

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Al Nasr Sporting Club, sometimes Al Naser Sporting Club, (Arabic: نادي النصر الرياضي) is a Kuwaiti professional football club, founded on 8 June 1965, and based in Ardiyah. The team has participated in the Kuwait Premier League 26 times. Al Nasr had been promoted to the Premier League three times, as champions of Kuwaiti Division One.

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Full nameAl Nasr Sporting Club
Nickname(s)Al Inabii (Arabic: العنابي)
Al Sougour (Arabic: الصقور)
Founded1965; 57 years ago (1965)
GroundAli Sabah Al-Salem Stadium
Capacity10,000
ChairmanKhalid Al-Shereeda
ManagerMohammed Al-Mashaan
LeagueKuwaiti Premier League
2021–22Kuwaiti Premier League, 6th of 10

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 28 July 2021[1]

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   KUW Naif Al Azmi
2 DF   KUW Lafi Ammash
3 DF   KUW Muaaz Al Dhaferi
4 MF   KUW Meshari Al Azmi
5 MF   KUW Khalid Shaman
6 DF   KUW Khalid Al-Mutairi
7 MF   KUW Fahad Al Enezi
6 DF   KUW Lafi Ammash
9 FW   NGA Dennis Sesugh
10 MF   KUW Mesh'al Fawaz
12 GK   KUW Mohamed Al Hussianan
15 DF   KUW Abdulrahman Al Enezi
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   KUW Soulman Bouramya
19 DF   KUW Khalifa Al Rajhi
22 GK   KUW Khalifa Al Dhufairi
25 DF   KUW Ahmed Al Shamri
26 DF   SYR Omar Midani
27 DF   CIV Addo Robin
33 MF   KUW Khaled Al-Mutairi
35 MF   KUW Mohamed Daham
37 DF   KUW Mohamed Olayan
46 GK   KUW Khaled Jasser

Managerial historyEdit

Years Name Nationality
1997 John Benson   Scotland
1998–1999 Jaroslav Gürtler   Czech Republic
1999–2000 Ali Al Shammary   Kuwait
2001–2002 Ali Al Shammary   Kuwait
2003–2004 Abdelkader Youmir   Morocco
2004–2005 Slobodan Pavković   Serbia
2005 Maher Al Shamary   Kuwait
2005–2006 Fouzi Ebrahim   Kuwait
2006 Mser Al Adwani   Kuwait
2007–2008 Fernando Merquiez   Portugal
April 2008 Mser Al Adwani   Kuwait
2008–2009 Ali Al Shammary   Kuwait
2009–2010 Marcelo Cabo   Brazil
2010 Edgar Parreira   Brazil
2010–2011 Ali Al Shammary   Kuwait
2011 Abdulaziz Al-Hajri   Kuwait
2011 Valeriu Tiţa   Romania
2011–2012 José Rachão   Portugal
2012–2014 José Garrido   Portugal
2014 Rodion Gačanin   Croatia
2014–2019 Dhahir Al-Adwani   Kuwait
2019–2020 Lotfy Raheem   Tunisia
2020 Lakhdar A'roush   Algeria
2020–2021 Ahmad Abdulkareem   Kuwait
2021–2021 Salman Awad   Kuwait

HonoursEdit

Asian recordEdit

2011: Group Stage
2012: Quarter-finals
2012: Group stage

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "كووورة: الموقع العربي الرياضي الأول". www.kooora.com. Retrieved 5 September 2020.

External linksEdit