CS Hammam-Lif

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Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif (Arabic: النادي الرياضي لحمام الأنف‎) or CSHL is a football club from Hammam-Lif in Tunisia. Founded in 1944, the team plays in green and white colours. Their ground is Stade Bou Kornine, which has 15,000 seats.

CS Hammam-Lif
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Full nameClub Sportif de Hammam-Lif
Nickname(s)Hamhama
Founded1944
GroundStade Bou Kornine
Hammam-Lif, Tunisia
Capacity15,000
ChairmanFadhel Ben Hamza
ManagerNabil Taskou
LeagueCLP-2
2019–20CLP-1, 13th Decrease relegation to Liga2

AchievementsEdit

Performance in national and domestic competitionsEdit

1952¹, 1954¹, 1955¹, 1956
1947¹, 1948¹, 1949¹, 1950¹, 1951¹, 1954¹, 1955¹, 1985, 2001
Runner-up: 2007
1985
Runner-up: 2001

¹titles won prior to independence

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

1986 – Semi-finals
2002 – Second Round

Colors and badgesEdit

Crest and LogosEdit

Recent logo used by the Tunisian media, adding the mount (Bou Kornine) of the city of Hammam-Lif.

PlayersEdit

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   TUN Hamza Behi
4 GK   TUN Ali Guesmi
6 MF   TUN Mohamed Kacem Ouni
7 FW   TUN Moez Aboud (on loan from Espérance)
8 DF   TUN Bassem Boulaabi
10 MF   TUN Rabi Bouzid
11 FW   TUN Sadok Touj
12 DF   TUN Fares Meskini
13 MF   TUN Zied Ziadi
14 FW   GHA Melek Jammel
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF   TUN Hamza Mabrouk
16 FW   TUN Marcelin Koupco
17 MF   TUN Chedli Chaar
18 MF   TUN Bechir Gharbi
19 DF   TUN Islam Riahi
21 DF   TUN Mehrez Ben Rajeh
25 MF   MTN Boubaker Baguili
26 FW   TUN Zied ben Salem
30 FW   TUN Khaldoun Mansour
32 DF   TUN Gaith Sgaier
35 FW   TUN Ouday Belhaj

ManagersEdit

PresidentsEdit

  • Sadok Boussofara (1944–45)
  • Hammadi Abdessamad (1945–48)
  • Kheireddine Azzouz (1949–56)
  • Sadok Boussofara (1956–87)
  • Abderrazak Oueslati (1987–90)
  • Naceur Boufares (1990–95)
  • Moncef Ben Mrad (1995–96)
  • Maâouia Kaabi (1996–99)
  • Abderrazak Oueslati (1999–01)
  • Hamadi Atrous (2001–04)
  • Maâouia Kaabi then Adel Kitar (2004–05)
  • Adel Kitar then Mongi Bhar (2005–06)
  • Mongi Bhar (2006–11)
  • Adel Daadaa (2011–2016)
  • Fadhel ben hamza (2016– now)

External linksEdit