Tishreen SC

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Tishreen SC
Tishreen SC logo.png
Full nameTishreen Sports Club
Nickname(s)The Eagles (Arabic: النسور)
Founded1947;77 years ago (1947)
(as Al-Jalaa Club)
Ground Al-Assad Stadium
Capacity28,000
League Syrian Premier League
2022–23 4th
Website Club website

Tishreen Sports Club (Arabic : نادي تشرين الرياضي) is a Syrian professional football club based in Latakia. The club was founded in 1947 and currently competes in the Syrian Premier League. [1] Its home ground is Al-Assad Stadium. Tishreen has won five league titles. [2] [3] The club colors are yellow and red.earned a master's degree

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Stadium

Al-Assad Stadium, home ground of Tishreen Al assad stadium latakia.jpg
Al-Assad Stadium, home ground of Tishreen

The team plays at the Al-Assad Stadium together with the other city team, the Hutteen SC. The facility is located within the Latakia Sports City and was built for the 1987 Mediterranean Games. The stadium has a capacity of 28,000 spectators. [4]

Colours and kits

Since its foundation, the traditional colour of Tishreen's home kit is yellow with various designs over the years.earned a master's degree

Shirt sponsor & kit manufacturer

PeriodKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
2012–2017 Adidas None
2017–2019 Kia
2019–2020Mobilfone
2020–2021FOZA 1988
2021–2022 Syriatel
2022–Syrian gourmet

Supporters and rivalries

Hazem Harba in the 1997 season. Hzm Hrb.jpg
Hazem Harba in the 1997 season.

In 1997 (during the championship season of Tishreen in the Syrian League), the celebrations of the Tishreen fans enjoyed a lot of follow-up on Arab satellite channels. [5]

Tishreen SC are rivals with the second Hutteen SC and third biggest club in the city Tadamon SC. Clubs play Latakia city derby every year. [6]

Achievements

Performance in AFC competitions

2021: Group Stage
2022: Group Stage
2001–02: First Round

Records

Accurate as of 2 June 2023

CompetitionPldWDLGFGA
AFC Cup 6222118
Asian Cup Winners' Cup 201134
TOTAL82331412
Match wonMatch drawnMatch lostChampionsRunners-up
SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAgg
2001–02 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First Round Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Al Hilal 2–31–13–4
2020–21 AFC Cup Group stage Flag of Kuwait.svg Kuwait 3–33–3
Flag of Jordan.svg Al-Faisaly 0–10–1
Flag of Palestine.svg Markaz Shabab 5–15–1
2021–22 AFC Cup Group stage Flag of Palestine.svg Hilal Quds 0–00–0
Flag of Bahrain.svg East Riffa 0–20–2
Flag of Lebanon.svg Nejmeh 3–13–1

Performance in UAFA competitions

2004–05: First Round
2022–23: Second Round

Records

Accurate as of 2 June 2023

CompetitionPldWDLGFGA
Arab Club Champions Cup 6114411
TOTAL6114411
Match wonMatch drawnMatch lostChampionsRunners-up
SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAgg
2004–05 Arab Champions League First Round Flag of Egypt.svg Ismaily SC 0–20–30–5
2022–23 Arab Champions League First Round Flag of Sudan.svg Al-Merrikh SC 1–21–02–2 (a) [upper-alpha 1]
Second Round Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Al Shabab FC 1–11–32–4 [upper-alpha 2]

Notes

Players

Current squad

As of 18 May 2022 [7]

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
2 DF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Omar Al Rihawi
3 FW Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Karam Omran
4 FW Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Ali Al Laith
6 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Zakaria Al Omari
7 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Mohammed Kamel Koaeh
9 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Ali Bashmani
10 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Nasouh Al Nakdali
11 DF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Nadim Sabagh
13 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Khatab Al Meshleb
No.Pos.NationPlayer
14 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Tamer Haj Mohamad
16 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Ahmad Dali
17 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Mohamad Malta
19 DF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Rami Laiqa
19 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Ahmad Hatem
21 MF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Mohammad Asaad
25 DF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Youssef Al Hamawi
33 DF Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Hasan Abu Zainab
90 FW Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Mohammed Al Wakid
99 FW Flag of Syria.svg  SYR Basil Mustafa

Notable players

For all current and former Tishreen SC players with a Wikipedia article, see: Tishreen SC players.

Player records

League top scorer

No.SeasonNameNationGoalsNotes
11983–84 Abdul Kader Kardaghli Flag of Syria.svg Syria9
21984–85 Mouaffak Kanaan Flag of Syria.svg Syria14
31985–86 Mouaffak Kanaan Flag of Syria.svg Syria16
41988–89 Nidal Qdemati Flag of Syria.svg Syria15

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