Al-Ramtha SC

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Al-Ramtha Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الرمثا الرياضي‎) is a Jordanian football club based in Ar Ramtha, Jordan. Abdel-Halim Samara, president of the club (since 1968), is considered to be the oldest club president in the world.

Al-Ramtha
Al-Ramtha SC logo
Full nameAl-Ramtha Sports Club
Nickname(s)غُزْلان الشَّمال
Ghuzlan Al-Shmal
(The Northern Gazelles/Deer)
Founded1966; 54 years ago (1966)[1]
GroundPrince Hashim Stadium
Capacity5,000[2]
ChairmanAbdel-Halim Samara[3]
ManagerIssa Al-Turk
LeagueJordanian Pro League
2018–19Jordanian Pro League, 8th of 12
Current season

StadiumEdit

Al-Ramtha plays their home games at Prince Hashim Stadium in Ar Ramtha. It is also the home stadium of Ittihad Al-Ramtha. It has a current capacity of 5,000 spectators.

KitsEdit

Al-Ramtha's home kit is all blue, while their away kit is all white.

Kit suppliers and shirt sponsorsEdit

Period Kit supplier Shirt sponsor
2011–2012 Puma Zain
2012–2015 Adidas
2015–2016 Jako
2016–2017 Adidas
2017–2018 MBB Apparel None

Club statisticsEdit

HonorsEdit

Performance in AFC competitionsEdit

1991: Qualifying Stage
2001: First Round
1991–92: Semi-Final
1992–93: First Round
2013: Group stage

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 6 March 2020

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Abdullah Al-Zubi
3   DF Mohannad Khairullah
4   DF Amer Abu Hudaib
5   DF Hadi Al-Hourani
7   MF Majd Alzoubi
8   MF Abdulrahman Abu Alkass
10   MF Mussab Al-Laham
14   DF Fadi Al Natour
15   MF Majed Osman
No. Position Player
17   DF Omar Manasrah
20   FW Hamza Al-Dardour (captain)
21   DF Ali Thiabat
22   MF Saed Al Khazalaa
23   MF Yousef Abu Al-Jazar
25   MF Alaa' Al-Shaqran
90   MF Hassan Al-Zahrawi
97   DF Bakary Coulibaly
99   GK Malek Shelbyh

Managerial historyEdit

  •   Bilal Al-Laham (????–2013)
  •   Mohannad Al-Faqeer (2013)
  •   Valdeir Vieira (2013–2014)
  •   Najeh Thiabat (2014)
  •   Emad Khankan (2014)
  •   Ahmed Al-Darzi (2014)
  •   Florin Motroc (2014–2015)
  •   Ayman Hakeem (2015)
  •   Murad Al-Hourani (2016)

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "نادي الرمثا الرياضي". دليل منظمات المجتمع المدني في الأردن.
  2. ^ "Jordan - Al Ramtha SC - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos and news - Soccerway". int.soccerway.com.
  3. ^ "almaghribtoday". Almaghribtoday.