Kenitra Athletic Club (KAC) (Arabic: النادي القنيطري) is a Moroccan football and basketball club based in the city of Kenitra.

KAC de Kenitra
Full nameKenitra Athletic Club
Nickname(s)Les Verts, Sebou Knights
Founded1938
GroundStade Municipal
Kenitra, Morocco
Capacity28,000
ChairmanMohammed Haloui
ManagerSamir Yaich
LeagueBotola 3

History edit

The club, which was founded in 1938, is one of the most famous and popular football clubs in Morocco. The second oldest club among Moroccan clubs founded by Moroccans only, The Club also has the fifth best record in winning the Moroccan Football league, 4 times: (1960, 1973, 1981 and 1982) behind Wydad Athletic Club, FAR de Rabat, Raja Club Athletic and Maghreb de Fès. Without forgetting the record scorer in the moroccan football league held by the Top Scorer Mohamed Bousati with 25 goals scored during the season 1981/1982. However, they never reclaimed their success of the 80s. In recent times they have flipped between the Botola and Botola 2, never finding consistency in the top division.

Honours edit

Current squad edit

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   MAR Alaa Meskini
2 DF   MAR Souhail Minaoui
3 DF   MAR Youssef Tourabi
29 DF   MAR Iyad El Baz
5 MF   MAR Rachid Berrouas
6 DF   MAR Samir Zekroumi
7 MF   MAR Mohammed Chihani
8 MF   MAR Ayoub Zehaf
9 FW   MAR Hamza Ghatas
13 MF   MAR Marouane Eddaraaoui
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 DF   MAR Naofalis Bourkis
15 DF   MAR Hassan Haidouri
17 MF   MAR Ayoub Gaâdaoui
18 FW   SEN Dieylani Fall
19 FW   MAR Hamza Farhoun
27 MF   MAR Fahd Kardoud
29 MF   MAR Issam El Farssi
30 GK   MAR Ali Grouni
36 DF   COD Fafa Faril Rozan
99 DF   MAR Mohamed Chibi

Sport equipment edit

  • Sarson Sports

Managers edit

Presidents (since 1938) edit

  •   Seddik M'kinsi
  •   Abdelkader Sbai (Tanto)
  •   Ahmed Souiri
  •   Abderahmmane M'kinsi
  •   Mohammed Temsamani
  •   Moulay Ahmed Ouadghiri
  •   Mohammed Benjelloun
  •   Ahmed Benkirane
  •   Mohammed Bouaazaoui
  •   Haitouf Elghazi
  •   Mohammed Doumou (1975–00)
  •   Mohammed El Harrati
  •   Mohammed Al Moutawakkil
  •   Houcine Benmoussa
  •   Khalil Sebbar
  •   Benaissa Akrouch
  •   Hakim Doumou (2006–11)
  •   Mohammed Chibar (2011–)
  •   Badr Hari (2014–)

Kit edit

References edit

  1. ^ "Morocco – List of Champions". Rsssf.
  2. ^ "Morocco – List of Cup Finals". Rsssf.

External links edit