AS Marsa

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Avenir Sportif de La Marsa (Arabic: المستقبل الرياضي بالمرسى‎) or ASM is a football club from La Marsa in Tunisia. Founded in 1939, the team plays in green and yellow colours. Their ground is Stade Abdelaziz Chtioui, which has a capacity of 6,000. When the club was founded its name was Club Musulman (Muslim Club). The club relegated to the second division this year (2008–09).

AS Marsa
Avenir Sportif de La Marsa
Full nameAvenir Sportif de La Marsa
Nickname(s)Gnaweya (The Okras)
Founded22 February 1939
GroundStade Abdelaziz Chtioui
La Marsa, Tunisia
Capacity6,000
ChairmanMaher Ben Aïssa
ManagerMondher Kebaier
LeagueCLP-2
2017–18NA

AchievementsEdit

Performance in national & domestic competitionsEdit

1961, 1977, 1984, 1990, 1994
2007

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

2005 – Group stage
1985 – First round
1991 – Second round
1995 – withdrew in Quarter-finals

Colours & badgesEdit

AS Marsa's active sections
 
Football
 
Basketball
 
Volleyball

AS Marsa supporters help is needed to develop this section.

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 16 March 2016.[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   TUN Aymen Ben Ayoub
2 DF   TUN Khalid Hnid
3 DF   TUN Marouane Khalfi
6 MF   TUN Mohamed Touati
7 MF   TUN Khaled Yahia
8 MF   CMR Didier Tala
9 FW   [[|Azawad]] Omàr Fhal
10 MF   TUN Bilel Ben Messaoud
11 MF   TUN Nour Hadhria
13 DF   TUN Mohamed Ali Kasdoghli
14 DF   TUN Maher Abidi
15 DF   TUN Ahmed Ayadi
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 GK   TUN Youssef Trabelsi
17 FW   TUN Haythem Ben Salem
18 DF   TUN Hichem Jebali
19 MF   TUN Alaeddine Abbès
20 MF   TUN Nizar Amri
23 FW   TUR Mohamed Ali Ben Hammouda
25 DF   TUN Karim Ben Amor
26 MF   TUN Amir M'chela
27 FW   TOG Claude Koutob Naoto
28 MF   CMR Regis Samuel Baha
30 FW   TUN Lassad Jaziri

Former PersonnelEdit

CoachesEdit

PresidentsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Effectif pro de l'ASM". Retrieved 16 March 2016.

External linksEdit