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Zamalek Sporting Club (Egyptian Arabic: نادى الزمالك للألعاب الرياضية‎) is an Egyptian sports club based in Meet Okba, Giza, Egypt. They are best known for their professional football team, which plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the top tier of the Egyptian football league system. The club was founded on 5 January 1911 as Qasr El-Neel Club and was first headed by Belgian lawyer George Marzbach. The name was changed to El-Mokhtalat Club[3] in 1913 and in 1941 it was changed again to King Farouk Club, named after King Farouk. The name finally settled as Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC
after the 1952 Egyptian revolution. Zamalek Sporting Club has many sports. Zamalek has won many Olympic and non-Olympic sports alongside football, such as handball, athletics, volleyball and basketball. They have won many local, Arab and African tournaments, participated in world championships and achieved advanced positions. Zamalek has never been relegated to the Second Division. On the continental side, Zamalek has won more CAF trophies than any other African team in the Twentieth century. The club has 5 CAF Champions League titles, 3 CAF Super Cup titles and 1 African Cup Winners' Cup title. Internationally, Zamalek has also won 2 Afro-Asian Cup
Afro-Asian Cup


1 History

1.1 Zamalek disasters 1.2 Name changes

2 Team colours 3 Name 4 Logo 5 Grounds 6 Ultras 7 Club of Century dispute

7.1 CAF ranking of African Clubs titles at the end of 20th century

8 Honours

8.1 Worldwide 8.2 African 8.3 Arab 8.4 Domestic 8.5 League 8.6 Cup 8.7 Regional

8.7.1 Unofficial titles

9 Records

9.1 Individual

10 Team kit

10.1 Kit evolution

11 Players

11.1 Current first team squad 11.2 Out on loan 11.3 Youth academy squad 11.4 Notable players

12 Staff

12.1 Board of directors 12.2 Coaching staff

13 Managers 14 Club presidents 15 See also 16 References 17 External links

History[edit] The club started out as football Club by a Belgian lawyer, Mr. Merzbach on 5 January 1911. It was the first football club in Cairo emerged from its non-English expatriate communities. They formed sports and social clubs each with its own identity. A very important aspect of Zamalek was that it was a club for all people and not for any specific social, economical, or ethnic status. Zamalek started out and continued through World War I under the presidency of Merzbach, and its Belgian secretaries (first Shoduan, then Bochu). The next president was Nicola Arfagi who also played left wing for the club's football team. Following the 1919 revolution, the club became Egyptian controlled in 1923 under the presidency of General Haidar Pasha and secretary Youssef Mohamad. In the winter of 1924, the club moved for the third time to what is now known as El Balloon Theater. Then in 1940, the club was renamed Farouk El Awal Club after being honored by its acknowledgement from the King of Egypt
and Sudan, King Farouk. Following the army coup against the King in 1952, the club was renamed "Al Zamalek" after the area where the club was situated. The club then moved yet again for the fourth time in its history to its final destination on 26 July Street, just 500 meters west of the Zamalek bridge, occupying an area of 35 acres (140,000 m2) and hosting 24 different sports. In 1917, Egyptian members attempted to form a first Egyptian board for the club, but this was blocked by the President of the club, a Frenchman called M. Piankie and the secretary M. Shoudoi who was Belgian, and as a result, no general members meetings were held for the next few years. The Egyptian members realized that it was important to increase the number of Egyptian members to gain a majority at the next general members meeting. As a result, the elections were held and the first Egyptian board was elected with Dr. Mohammad Badr as President, Mostafa Hassan as Deputy President, Ibrahim Allam as General Secretary, and Nicola Arkaji, Mahmoud Bassyouni, Hussein Fawzy and Abdo El Jabalawy as board members. After the first board, a new board in 1923 was formed with General Mohammad Haidar as a president. At the beginning of 1941, General Haidar was selected from the assistants of the king. Due to being the favorites of the king, the club's name was changed from AL Moukhtalat to Farouk Al Awal and General Mohammad Haidar stayed as a president at the club for almost thirty years which was unusual at an Egyptian club at the time. ** The biggest victory in the history of the summit meetings and was the biggest result of 6–0 for Zamalek in 1942, 1944 [3] and has not been broken so far since about 75 years. Then in 1952, the Egyptian army revolution came and a new club's board was formed with Dr. Mohammad Shawky as a president who was also the secretary. He is thwarts team in the world 11 leagues only general of the legislation office with high social status right then. In the same board, there was Mohammad Hassan Helmy who is one of the most popular Zamalek figures taking the position of the secretary assistant. Due to the rules right then, half the club board was changed every year and Mohammad Hassan Helmy took the position of secretary general. In 1954, the idea of renovating the club stadium was emerging due to the bad state of the current stadium right then. This led the board to look for a businessman to take over the club and thus help in the stadium renovation. Abd El Hamid El Shawarbi took the presidency and, although, he was elected for a second period, he was not able to do the job he wanted. Right then, some Zamalek Faithful figures as General Haidar Pasha, and Haj Sayed El Annany contributed to setting the VIP stand and the first class stand in a way that suits the high status of the club. All of this happened while Abd El Hamid El Shawarbi was outside Egypt, so when he came back. he resigned without helping the club in any aspect and the board continued after Shawky stepped up from his Deputy position (after he left the presidency kindheartedly) to continue till September 1955. Still the idea of bringing a businessman to help the club did not subside, and thus, the famous businessman Abd El Latif Abo Regeila came as the club president in 1956 where by then, the rules have been changed allowing the board to stay for 3 years. And once again, Dr. Shawky steps down for the new businessman; although, he was reelected as a club president and all for the sake of the club's prosperity. Although Abd El Latif Abo Regeila was reelected for a second presidency period, he had to leave Egypt
after he lost his money due to the governmental policy against private property (Bus Company and a mansion at Marg which was the hiding place for many players during the season of resignations). But still the club continued to search for another businessman, and Alwe El Gazzar came as a president who was the owner of El Sheikh Sherieb Company and also the president of the board of the Coca-Cola Company right then. Although he was only president for a short period, he was able to bring Real Madrid at his own expense in 1961 to play against Zamalek. But still, he lost his property due to governmental rules and he left Egypt. In 1962, came a new board with Eng. Hassan Amer as a president and emeritus deputy was given to Dr. Mohammad Shawky, Mohammad Lateef, Galal Kereitam, Mahmoud Emam, and Mahmoud Hafez. Eng. Hassan Amer stayed as president till the defeat of Egyptian army in 1967. In 1967, the minister of youth and sports Talat Khairy decided that the club boards will be appointed rather than elected and hence Mohammad Hassan Helmy took the presidency to become the first sportsman in Egypt
to become a president of a club. He stayed in presidency till July 1971 where the rules came back to let the board come from elections and not to let anyone to become a president if this person hold presidency for two consecutive boards. Thus came Tawfeek El Kheshen who took the presidency of the board and the honorary presidency was given to Mohammad Hassan Helmy. In 1973, Mohammad Hassan Helmy was elected to become the president and stayed as the head of the board till 1984 and during this period he was continually elected as the president of one of Egypt's biggest clubs. Then in 1984 came the". Eng. Hassan Amer and after him came the Eng. Hasan Abo el Fetouh in 1988. During his period, came a new rule by the ministry of youth increasing the number of elected board members to ten which was removed again in 1990. Eng. Hasan Abo el Fetouh helped in building many of the new building the club is proud of as the gymnasium building which is considered one of the biggest in the Middle East. He also increased the funding for most of the sports teams in the club assisting the winning of many championships during his era. In 1990, came Galal Ibrhim became the president of the club due to the death of Eng. Hasan Abo el Fetouh. This temporary board was held till September 1990 when the general club meeting was held with the elections of which Eng. "Mohamad Nour El Daly" became the president of the new board till 1992. In 1992, Galal Ibrhim came as the new president of the club. As the rules were changed right then and the vice treasurer was to be selected mostly by the board members, and then Hamada emam was selected by default to that position while Abdel Hamid Shaheen was elected to the treasurer position. As for the board members, it consisted of: Dr. Ahmed Shereen Fawzy, Mahmoud Marouf, Mohamad Fayez El Zummur, Raouf Gaser, and Tarek Ghonaim. As per the rules, it was also new to have two members of the board under the age of 30. For these two spots, Samy Abo El Kheir and Ihab Ibrahim were elected. As for the appointed members by the high committee for youth and sports, Dr. Mohamad Amer, General Hanafy Reyad, and Farouk Abo El Nasr were added to the board. By 1994, Abdel Hamid Shaheen was not able to continue his duties due to his sickness, but the board chose to keep him in the position in honor of his devotion to the club, and thus Farouk Abo El Nasr was appointed to take the duties while keeping Abdel Hamid Shaheen in the position. In 1995, changes came to the board due to the court removal of four members in the board due to their absence from the board meetings for 6 times. These members were Mahmoud Marouf, Mohamad Fayez El Zummur, Dr. Mohamad Amer. The newly appointed members were Mortada Mansour, Mahmoud Abdallah, Mounnir Hassan, and Ibrahim Latif. Still the high committee for youth and sports objected on linking the appointed members with the elected ones and as a result Mounnir Hassan, and Ibrahim Latif forfeited their positions for the better good of the club and to remove any embarrassment happening to the board. And as a surprise, the newly two appointed members for the club board were Dr. Mohamad Amer and Farouk Abo El Nasr in support of their abilities and their dedication. As a result, Dr. Shereen Fawzy was selected to be treasurer till the new elections. On Thursday 4 July, came the decision by Dr. Abd El Menem Emarah to release the club board and the Egyptian Football Federation board after the sad incidence in the game between Ahly and Zamalek season 95/96, as the board decided to freeze the football activity in the club. Meanwhile, the EFF made a series of wrong decisions which caused it to be released too. As a result, a one-year temporary club board was selected of which Dr. Kamal Darweesh was the president and General Abd EL Aziz Kabil was vice president with the board members consisting of General Hanafy Reyad, Magdy Sharaf, Ismail Selim", Azmy megahed, and "Mohamad Abd El Rahman Fawzy. Also, accountant Mahmoud Badr El Deen was appointed as treasurer. Zamalek was named the best club in the world by the IFFHS in February 2003. It was also the first Egyptian team to qualify for the 2001 FIFA Club World Cup in Spain, which was not due to funding problems. Zamalek disasters[edit] Main article: Zamalek disaster The year 1974 saw a deadly crush at a Zamalek game, as at least forty-eight people attending the friendly game against Czechoslovak club Dukla Prague
Dukla Prague
were killed in a stampede at the Helmy Zamora Stadium. The second disaster was in 2015, 8 February, twenty supporters were killed by policemen outside the stadium of 30 June Stadium.[4] Name changes[edit]

Kasr El Nil (1911–1913) El Mokhtalat (1913–1941) Farouk Al-Awal (1941–1952) El Zamalek (1952–Present)

Team colours[edit] The home jersey uses the original Zamalek colours: White jersey with two horizontal red stripes and White shorts. The away jersey is blue. Zamalek chose white because it symbolises peace and red colour because it is symbolised for fighting for win.[5] Name[edit] The word Zamalek Turkish origin known to the Egyptians for the first time when Mohammed Ali its ruler in the first half of the nineteenth century to establish camps for the leaders of the army in that island, which lies in the lap of the River Nile and the middle of Cairo and be close to the Navy .. The vernacular of your fellowship to Zamalek. Logo[edit] The Zamalek Club logo is a Pharaonic archer, aiming for a goal. This slogan is meant to express the Egyptian affiliation and pride for their culture and heritage. It also indicates that the club's goal is always to win. Grounds[edit] Main article: Helmi Zamora Stadium The club has no home ground. Their old stadium, Helmi Zamora Stadium, is not suitable for hosting the first team's official matches due to its limited capacity, its central downtown location, the fact that it has not been seriously renovated since its inauguration more than 50 years ago and the terrace is threatened to fall. Zamalek train in Helmi Zamora until today. Consequently, Zamalek play their home matches at Cairo International Stadium.[6] Ultras[edit] Main article: Ultras
White Knights (UWK) Zamalek has an ultras named Ultras
White Knights (UWK)[that was founded on 17 March 2007 which is known for its pyro displays. Their motto is "Brotherhood in blood and fans of the free public". In clashes on February 8, 2015 before the league match between Zamalek and ENPI Club at the Cairo Air Defense Stadium, 20 people were killed Club of Century dispute[edit] The administration of the club adopted the "Real Club of 20th Century" as an official club's nickname.[7][8][9] It was based on the fact that the football team achieved the greatest number of African titles during the 20th century, in addition to being the only club to have won the CAF Champions League
CAF Champions League
four times against three of its closest rivals. The various administrations have objected to the classification method followed by CAF,[10] where did not take into consideration the differences between the three African tournaments, nor did adopt any points for the Afro-Asian Club Championship, although recognized it as an official title later. CAF ranking of African Clubs titles at the end of 20th century[edit]

Pos Club Titles Trophies won



7 (+2)

4 African Cup of Champions Clubs, 1 CAF Cup
Winners' Cup, 2 CAF Super Cup, (2 Afro-Asian Club Championship)



6 (+1)

2 African Cup of Champions Clubs, 4 CAF Cup
Winners' Cups, (1 Afro-Asian Club Championship)


Raja Casablanca

5 (+1)

3 African Cup of Champions Clubs, 1 CAF Cup, 1 CAF Super Cup, (1 Afro-Asian Club Championship)


Espérance de Tunis

4 (+1)

1 African Cup of Champions Clubs, 1 CAF Cup
Winners' Cup, 1 CAF Cup, 1 CAF Super Cup, (1 Afro-Asian Club Championship)

Honours[edit] Worldwide[edit]

Afro-Asian Cup

Winners (2) : 1987, 1997 Runners up (1) : 1994


Honorary titles

The Most Crowning of Continental Titles in Africa in The 20th Century

CAF Champions League

Winners (5) : 1984, 1986, 1993, 1996, 2002 ( previous record till 2005) Runners up (2) : 1994, 2016

African Cup Winners' Cup

Winners (1) : 2000

CAF Super Cup

Winners (3) : 1994, 1997, 2003 Runners up (1) : 2001


Arab Club Championship

Winners (1) : 2003

Saudi-Egyptian Super Cup

Winners (1) : 2003

Domestic[edit] League[edit]

Egyptian Premier League

Winners (12) : 1959–60, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1977–78, 1983–84, 1987–88, 1991–92, 1992–93, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2014–15


Cup (23 solo titles and 2 titles in conjunction with Al Ahly SC in 1943 and 1958.)

Winners (25) : 1922, 1932, 1935, 1938, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1988, 1999, 2002, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Runners up (13) : 1928, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1963, 1978, 1992, 2006, 2007, 2011

(* First ever winners)

Egyptian Super Cup

Winners (3) : 2001, 2002, 2016 Runners up (5) : 2003, 2004, 2008, 2014, 2015

(* First ever winners)

Sultan Hussein Cup

Winners (2) : 1920–21, 1921–22 Runners up (3) : 1923–24, 1929–30, 1936–37


Cairo League

Winners (13) : 1922–23, 1929–30, 1931–32, 1939–40, 1940–41, 1943–44, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1946–47, 1948–49, 1950–51, 1951–52, 1952–53

(* First ever winners)

Cairo Zone Cup

Winners (1) : 1941

Unofficial titles[edit]

Independence International cup

winners (2): 1970, 1988

Jordan International Cup

Winners (2): 1985–86, 1986–1987

Alexandria Summer League (Arabian competition)

Winners (3) : 1982, 1984, 2004

Egyptian Federation Cup

Winners (1) : 1995


Longest Winning Run: 10 matches (2012/2013). First match in Egyptian Premier League: Zamalek vs El Masry
El Masry
on 22 October, 1948 and ended with Zamalek winning 5–1. Longest Clean sheet: 7 matches (2014–15 Egyptian Premier League).

Individual[edit] League

Ayman Younes scored the fastest goal in 1990 against Souss after 13 seconds. Mohamed Amin scored the first goal in the Egyptian league against El Masry. Saad Rostom scored the first hatrick for Zamalek in the league against El Masry. The player with the most goals in the league is Abdel Halim Ali with 80 goals.

The following players have won the top scorer award in the league while playing with Zamalek:

Season Player Goals

1956–57 Alaa El-Hamouly 16

1960–61 Ali Mohsen 16

1976–77 Ali Khalil 17

Hassan Shehata

1978–79 Ali Khalil 12

1979–80 Hassan Shehata 14

1987–88 Gamal Abdul Hamid 11

1997–98 Abdul Hamid Bassiouny 15

2000–01 Tarek El-Said 13

2001–02 Hossam Hassan 18

2003–04 Abdel Halim Ali 21

2010–11 Shikabala 13


Hussein Yasser scored the fastest goal in the cup against Al Ahly in 2010 after 46 seconds. The player with the most goals in the cup with Zamalek is Alaa El-Hamouli with 23 goals.[11]

Team kit[edit]

Season Kit provider Sponsor

1999–2001 Diadora Philips

2001–2004 Adidas Chipsey


2004–2005 Venecia None

2005–2007 Adidas SIPES

2007–2008 Venecia KFC/Lion Chips

2008–2011 Adidas Ceramica Royal

2011–2012 York

2012–2013 None

2013–2014 Twist

2014–2015 SAIB Bank/Pepsi

2015–2016 Macron[12] SAIB Bank/Hyundai

2016–17 Joma

2017– TE / Lactel / Oppo / JAC

Kit evolution[edit]















Players[edit] Current first team squad[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


Position Player


GK Ahmed El-Shenawy


DF Mohammed Magdy


MF Tarek Hamed


MF Ahmed Tawfik (3rd captain)


DF Islam Gamal


MF Mahmoud Abdel-Aati


DF Hazem Emam (captain)


MF Mohamed Ashraf


MF Ahmed Refaat


MF Youssef Obama


MF Mohamed Al Shamy


DF Hamdi Nagguez


DF Karim Raafat


MF Ayman Hefny


MF Maarouf Youssef


GK Mahmoud Abdel Rahim (4th captain )


FW Basem Morsi


Position Player


FW Mohamed Antar


MF Emad Fathy


MF Mohamed Ibrahim (2nd captain)


MF Ahmed Madbouly


MF Abdallah Gomaa


FW Kabongo Kasongo


DF Mahmoud Alaa El-Din


MF Ahmed Dawouda


DF Mohamed Abdel Ghani


MF Mahmoud Abdel Azez


DF Mahmoud Hamdy


DF Moayad Ajan


FW Nana Poku


GK Omar Salah


GK Mahmoud Abdel Monsef


DF Ahmed Fttoh

Out on loan[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


Position Player

MF Ramzi Khaled (at ITH until 30 June 2018)

MF Ahmed Kabouria (at ITH until 30 June 2018)

FW Razack Cisse (at ITH until 30 June 2018)

FW Kahraba (at Al-Ittihad until 30 June 2018)

DF Ahmed Magdi (at El-Makkasa until 30 June 2019)


Position Player

DF Ali Gabr (at WBA until 30 June 2018)

FW Benjamin Acheampong (at PET until 30 June 2018)

MF Shikabala (at Al-Raed
until 30 June 2018)

MF Mostafa Fathi
Mostafa Fathi
(at Al-Taawoun FC
Al-Taawoun FC
until 30 June 2018)

FW Hossam Salama (at El Mokawloon SC
El Mokawloon SC
until 30 June 2018)

FW Mohamed Salem (at PET until 30 June 2018)

FW Mostafa Muhammad (at Tanta SC
Tanta SC
until 30 June 2018)

Youth academy squad[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


Position Player

DF Mohamed Hamdy

MF Ahmed Adel messi

FW Hossam Ashraf

Notable players[edit] Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.

Hossam Abdel-Moneim Mohamed Abdel Monsef Mohamed Abdel-Shafy Ayman Abdelaziz Mehdat Abdelhadi Gamal Abdelhamid Mohamed Aboul Ela Abdel Halim Ali Mohammed Bakhati Taha Basry Abdul-Hamid Bassiouny Hanafy Bastan

Ahmed Eid Nour El-Dali Hassan El-Far Khaled El-Ghandour Alaa El-Hamouly Ali El-Kaf Ahmed El-Kass Nader El-Sayed Tarek El-Sayed Ahmed El-Shenawy Sami El-Sheshini Hamada Emam

Hazem Emam Yehia Emam Mahmoud Fathallah Abdulrahman Fawzi Farouk Gaafar Gamal Hamza Ahmed Halim Ibrahim Ashraf Kasem Mohamed Latif Hesham Yakan Tarek Yehia Ayman Younes

Ahmed Hossam Mido Tarek Mostafa Osama Nabih Samir Qotb Ismail Rafaat Ahmed Ramzy Ibrahim Said Hassan Shehata Shikabala Mostafa Taha Ayman Taher Mohamed Abdel Wahed

Ismail Youssef Amr Zaki Emmanuel Quarshie Junior Agogo Aldo Stella Soumaila Coulibaly Emmanuel Amuneke Rami Shaaban Yamen Ben Zekry Wisam El Abdy

see also List of Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC
players Staff[edit] Board of directors[edit]

Position Name

President Mortada Mansour

Vice-president Hany Al Attal

Vice-president Ahmed Galal Ibrahim

Treasurer Hazem Yassin

Board member Ismail Youssef

Board member Hany Zada

Board member Alaa Meqled

Board member Abdallah George

Board member Sharifh Al Far

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name

First-team Manager

Ehab Galal

General Manager

Nabil Mahmoud

General Manager

Hamad Ibrahim

Assistant Manager

Ayman Abd AlAziz

Goalkeeping Coach Mostafa Kamal (footballer born 1973)

Managing Director and Director of Football Ayman Hafez

Team Doctor Dr.Hisham Mostafa

Rehabilitation Specialist Dr.Amr Al Matarawy

Managers[edit] See More: List of Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC

The following managers won at least one trophy while in charge of Zamalek SC

Name Period Trophies

Abdulrahman Fawzi 1947–56 2x Egypt

Ivan 1959–60 Egyptian League, 2x Egypt

Josef Vandler 1963–65 2xEgyptian League

Zaki Osman 1976–78 Egyptian League, Egypt

Mahmoud Abou-Regaila 1983–85,1999 Egyptian League, Egypt
Cup, African Cup of Champions Clubs

Richie Barker 1986–87 African Cup of Champions Clubs

Essam Baheeg 1987–88 Egyptian League, Egypt
Cup, Afro-Asian Club Championship

Dave Mackay 1991–93 2xEgyptian League

Mahmoud El-Gohary 1993–94 African Cup of Champions Clubs, CAF Super Cup

Werner Olk & Diethelm Ferner 1996–97 African Cup of Champions Clubs, CAF Super Cup

Ruud Krol 1997–99,2007–08 Egypt
Cup, Afro-Asian Club Championship

Otto Pfister 1999–02 Egyptian League, Egypt
Cup, Egyptian Super Cup, African Cup Winners' Cup

Carlos Roberto Cabral 2002–03 Egyptian League, Egyptian Super Cup, CAF Champions League, CAF Super Cup

Nelo Vingada 2003–04 Egyptian League, UAFA Champions League, Saudi-Egyptian Super Cup

Helmy Toulan 2013–14 Egypt

Ahmed Hossam Mido 2014 Egypt

Jesualdo Ferreira 2014–15 Egyptian League, Egypt

Moamen Soliman 2016 Egypt

Mohammed Helmy 2016–17 Egyptian Super Cup

Club presidents[edit] Main article: List of Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC

No Period Name From To

1 1st George Marzbach 1911 1915

2 1st Nicolas Arfagi Bianchi 1915 1917

3 1st Dr.Mohamed Badr Basha 1917 1919

4 1st Mohamed Heidar Basha 1923 1952

5 1st Mahmoud Shawki 1952 1955

6 1st Abdel Hamid El-Shawarbi 1955 1955

7 2nd Mahmoud Shawki 1955 1956

8 1st Abdel Latif Abou Regaila 1956 1961

9 1st Elwi El-Gazzar 1961 1962

10 1st Hassan Amer 1962 1967

11 1st Mohammed Hassan Helmy 1967 1971

12 1st Tawfik El-Kheshin 1971 1972

13 2nd Mohammed Hassan Helmy 1974 1980

14 3rd Mohammed Hassan Helmy 1980 1984

15 2nd Hassan Amer 1984 1988

16 1st Hassan Abou El Fotouh 1988 1990

17 1st Nour El-Dali 1990 1992

18 1st Galal Ibrahim 1992 1996

19 1st Kamal Darwish 1996 2001

20 2nd Kamal Darwish 2001 2005

21 1st Mortada Mansour 2005 2005

22 (MY) 1st Morsi Atallah 2005 2006

23 (D) 2nd Mortada Mansour 2006 2006

24 (NCS) 1st Raouff Gasser 2006 2006

25 (NCS) 1st Mamdouh Abbas 2006 2008

26 (NCS) 1st Mohamed Amer 2008 2009

27 2nd Mamdouh Abbas 2009 2010

28 (NCS) 2nd Galal Ibrahim 2010 2011

29 (D) 3rd Mamdouh Abbas 2011 2013

30 (MS) 3rd Kamal Darwish 2013 2014

31 3rd Mortada Mansour 2014 2017

32 4th Mortada Mansour 2017 present

[13] (MY) appointed by the Ministry of Youth. (D) return due court decision. (NCS) appointed by the National Council for Sports. (MS) appointed by the Ministry of Sports. See also[edit]

Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC
(handball) Zamalek SC
Zamalek SC
(volleyball) Zamalek (basketball)


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National team U-20 U-17

League system


Premier League Second Division Third Division Fourth Division defunct: Zone League (Alexandria . Cairo . Canal)

Domestic cups


Cup Super Cup defunct: Sultan Hussein Cup League Cup Egypt's Love Cup


Footballer of the Year Top scorers


All-time Table Champions Clubs International footballers International all-time record Foreign players Venues

Men's clubs Women's clubs Men's players Women's players Expatriate players Managers Referees Venues Seasons Records

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Egyptian Premier League


1948–49 1949–50 1950–51 1951–52 1952–53 1953–54 1954–55 1955–56 1956–57 1957–58 1958–59 1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63

1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78

1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93

1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19



Al Ahly Al Assiouty Sport El Dakhleya ENPPI El Entag El Harby Ismaily Al Ittihad Al Masry Misr Lel Makkasa Al Mokawloon Al Nasr Petrojet El Raja Smouha Tala'ea El Gaish Tanta Wadi Degla Zamalek


Ala'ab Damanhour Aluminium Nag Hammâdi Assiut Cement Assiut Petroleum Aswan Athletic Union of Greek Alexandria El Bahari Baladeyet El Mahalla Bilqas Beni Suef Damietta Dina Farms (Ittihad Osman) Esco Factory 38 Ghazl Damietta Ghazl El Mahalla Ghazl Suez Gomhoriat Shebin El Gouna Goldi (El Maa'den) Gout Bilbeis Haras El Hodoud (El Sawahel) Ittihad El Shorta Ittihad Suez Kafr El Sheikh

El Koroum Maleyat Kafr El Zayat El Mansoura Al Merreikh El Minya Montakhab Suez Naseg Helwan Al Nasr Lel Taa'den Olympic Club Plastic (Shubra El Kheima) Port Fouad El Qanah Sekak Hadid Sohag El Sekka El Hadid Sohag Suez Suez Cement Suez Petroleum El Shams El Sharkia El Tayaran Telecom Egypt Telephonat Beni Suef El Teram Tersana

Associated competitions

Cup Egyptian Super Cup CAF Champions League CAF Confederation Cup


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African Cup and CAF Champions League
CAF Champions League

African Cup of Champions Clubs

1965: Oryx Douala 1966: Stade d'Abidjan 1967: TP Mazembe 1968: TP Mazembe 1969: Ismaily 1970: Asante Kotoko

1971: Canon Yaoundé 1972: Hafia 1973: Vita Club 1974: CARA Brazzaville 1975: Hafia 1976: MC Alger 1977: Hafia

1978: Canon Yaoundé 1979: Union Douala 1980: Canon Yaoundé 1981: JS Kabylie 1982: Al-Ahly 1983: Asante Kotoko

1984: Zamalek 1985: FAR Rabat 1986: Zamalek 1987: Al-Ahly 1988: ES Sétif 1989: Raja Casablanca 1990: JS Kabylie

1991: Club Africain 1992: Wydad Casablanca 1993: Zamalek 1994: Espérance de Tunis 1995: Orlando Pirates 1996: Zamalek

CAF Champions League

1997: Raja Casablanca 1998: ASEC Mimosas 1999: Raja Casablanca 2000: Hearts of Oak 2001: Al-Ahly 2002: Zamalek

2003: Enyimba 2004: Enyimba 2005: Al-Ahly 2006: Al-Ahly 2007: Étoile du Sahel 2008: Al-Ahly 2009: TP Mazembe

2010: TP Mazembe 2011: Espérance de Tunis 2012: Al-Ahly 2013: Al-Ahly 2014: ES Sétif 2015: TP Mazembe

2016: Mamelodi Sundowns 2017: Wydad Casablanca

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Winners' Cup winners


1975: Tonnerre Yaoundé 1976: Shooting Stars 1977: Enugu Rangers 1978: Horoya 1979: Canon Yaoundé 1980: TP Mazembe 1981: Union Douala

1982: El-Mokawloon 1983: El-Mokawloon 1984: Al-Ahly 1985: Al-Ahly 1986: Al-Ahly 1987: Gor Mahia 1988: CA Bizertin 1989: Al-Merrikh

1990: BCC Lions 1991: Power Dynamos 1992: Africa Sports 1993: Al-Ahly 1994: DC Motema Pembe 1995: JS Kabylie 1996: El-Mokawloon

1997: Étoile du Sahel 1998: Espérance de Tunis 1999: Africa Sports 2000: Zamalek 2001: Kaizer Chiefs 2002: Wydad Casablanca 2003: Étoile du Sahel

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CAF Super Cup winners

CAF Super Cup

1993: Africa Sports 1994: Zamalek 1995: Espérance de Tunis 1996: Orlando Pirates 1997: Zamalek 1998: Étoile du Sahel 1999: ASEC Mimosas 2000: Raja Casablanca 2001: Hearts of Oak 2002: Al-Ahly 2003: Zamalek 2004: Enyimba 2005: Enyimba 2006: Al-Ahly 2007: Al-Ahly 2008: Étoile du Sahel 2009: Al-Ahly 2010: TP Mazembe 2011: TP Mazembe 2012: MAS Fez 2013: Al-Ahly 2014: Al-Ahly 2015: ES Sétif 2016: TP Mazembe 2017: Mamelodi Sundowns 2018: