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Al-Ansar
Logo
Full name Al-Ansar
Founded 1951
Ground Beirut Municipal Stadium
Beirut, Lebanon
(Capacity: 18,000)
Chairman Lebanon Salim Diab
Manager Lebanon Karim Diab
League Lebanon Lebanese Premier League
2008-09 4th place
Home colours
Away colours

Al-Ansar (Arabic: الأنصار‎) is a Lebanese football club based in Beirut. Formed in 1951 the club did not win its first Lebanese Premier League until 1988, but went on to set a world record by winning the league 11 seasons in a row. They have won more Lebanese FA Cup and Lebanese Premier League titles than any another club.

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History

Manager History

[1]

Mustafa al-Shami 1948 - 1950

Amin Itani 1950 - 1954

Fouad Rustom 1954 - 1956

Abdul Jalil Sabra 1956 - 1963

Creative Commons Haspini 1963 - 1965

Abd Alvdvd Ramadan 1965 - 1967

Khaled Kabbani 1967 - 1975

Said und 1975 - 1977

Salim Diab 1977 - 2008

Karim Diab, 2008 - Present

Previous Management Committees and Boards of Trustees

The first ever Al-Ansar committee was elected in 1948.[2]

  • Administrative Committee elected in 1948

Mustafa al-Shami (Chairman), Saad Khalid, Khalid Mohiuddin, Khalid eyes, and Saeed Ahmed Ghazawi Kaki (s)

  • Administrative Committee elected in 1950

Amin Itani (Chairman), Khamis easy, and Omar Ahmed Samak Mikdashi (s)

  • Administrative Committee elected On 13 September, 5 / 1954

Fouad Rustom (Chairman), Khalid eyes (Vice President), Baba (Secretary), Ahmed Al-Samak (Treasurer), Saeed Ghazawi (accountant), Omar Mikdashi (club director), ovary Yahya, Mohammed al-Jundi and Saad Khalid (Advisers ), Mounir Birjawi (coach)

  • Administrative Committee elected on 8 / 5 / 1956

Abdul Jalil, Sabra (President), Abdul Rahman Ghzayel (Vice-Chairman), Ahmed Al-Kaaki (Secretary), Mohamed Zain (Treasurer), Khamis easy (accountant), Zuhair Al-Jundi (club director), Baba (Advisor)

  • Management Committee elected in Oct. 1963

Osman DNA (Honorary President), Creative Haspini (President), Abdul Wadud Ramadan (Vice President), Baba (Secretary), Mahmoud PUGEY (Treasurer), Khaled eyes (the accountant), Mohammed al-Jundi (club director), Nur DNA Ahmed Kaaki, Shafiq Mohammed Zuhair al-Dik and soldier (s)

  • Administrative Committee elected 14 / 2 / 1965

Ramadan Abdul Wadud (President), Mohammed al-Jundi (Vice President), Baba (Secretary), Mohamed Fayed good (Treasurer), Khaled eyes (the accountant), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (club director), Khaled Qabbani Said Ghazawi and Zuhair Al-Jundi (Advisers), Darwish's eyes (coach)

  • Management Committee elected on 21 / 10 / 1967

Khaled Kabbani (Chairman), Wafik Ghzayel (Vice President), Walid Nasser (Secretary), Mohamed Fayed good (Treasurer), Riad Sabra (club director), Reza Jounieh (Senior Advisor), instead of August (Counselor II)

  • Administrative Committee elected on 6 / 1 / 1975

Said und (President), Khalil diet (Vice President and Mdiralnadi), Jamil Daouk (Vice President), Nabil Snow (Secretary), Mahmoud al-Badawi (Director of Public Relations), Mohamed Fayed good (accountant), Nazmi Al-Halabi (Treasurer), Mohammed al-Jundi (Director of Publicity and publishing), Ahmed and Mohamed bully Hnkir (advisers), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (coach)

  • Management Committee elected 24 / 10 / 1977

Salim Diab (President), Khalil diet (Vice President and Mdiralnadi), Jamil Daouk (Vice President), Nabil Snow (Secretary), Mahmoud al-Badawi (Director of Public Relations), Mohamed Fayed good (accountant), Nazmi Al-Halabi (Treasurer), Mohammed al-Jundi (Director of Publicity and publishing), Ahmed and Mohamed bully Hnkir (advisers), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (coach)

  • Administrative Committee elected on 6 / 5 / 1991

Salim Diab (President), diet and Jamil Khalil Daouk (Vice President), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (Secretary), Mahmoud al-Badawi (Director of Public Relations), Nabil Snow (Treasurer), Nur al-Din al-Kosh (Director of Athletics) , Rahif mark, Muhammad Rais, Ghassan Itani (Advisers)

  • Administrative Committee elected on 2 / 9 / 1993

Salim Diab (President), Khaled Salam (First Vice-President), Abdul Rahman Al-Zaatari (Second Vice-President), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (Secretary and Director of the club), Ghazi Kraytem (Treasurer), a handsome Tabbara, Khalil diet, Mahmoud al-Badawi, Jamil Daouk, Nabil Snow, Ahmad Kabbara, Ghassan Itani, Noureddine Kosh and the owner of Kaaki (s)

  • Board of Trustees elected in May 25, 9 / 1996

Salim Diab (President), Ghazi Quraytam (First Vice-President), Abdul Rahman Al-Zaatari (Second Vice-President), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (Secretary), Zuhair Farshoukh (Director of Public Relations), Hadi Hammoud (Treasurer), Yahya Kaaki, Ghassan Itani, Nabil Snow, Noureddine Kosh, M. Zein, Mahmoud al-Badawi, Jihad Tanir, Zuhair Farshoukh, Bukhaazi Kamal, Khalil diet, Habib Attia, Saleh Farroukh, handsome Tabbara, Karim Hamade, Gérard Tvukajian, Nadim Lababidi, Rafik Zantout, the owner, Ahmed Kaaki Kabbara (s)

  • Board of Trustees elected on 8 / 10 / 1999

Salim Diab (President), Ghazi Quraytam (First Vice-Chairman), Kamal Bukhaazi (Second Vice-Chairman), Adnan Mikdashi \ "east \" (Secretary), Ghassan Itani (Director of Public Relations), Hadi Hammoud (Treasurer), Akram Rasamny, Ahmed Kabbara, Nabil Snow, Mohsen Jaffar Agha, M. Zein, Mahmoud al-Badawi, Imad al-Khatib, Ramez in Damascus, Nur al-Din al-Kosh, Fouad-Osta, Jihad Tanir, Zuhair Farshoukh, Antoine Manasseh, Khalil diet, Yahya Kaaki, Ezzat Quraytam, handsome Tabbara, Saleh Farroukh, Ziad Itani, Karim Hamadeh, Rafik Zantout, Nabil hostile, Nabil Lababidi, and the owner of Kaaki (s)

  • Board of Trustees-elect on 12 / 10 / 2002

Salim Diab (President), Ghazi Kraytem (Vice President), Adnan Mikdashi "east" (Second Vice-Chairman), Nabil Snow (Secretary), Ghassan Itani (Director of Public Relations), Hadi Hammoud (Treasurer), M. Zein, Mahmoud al-Badawi, Imad al-Khatib, Yehya Al-Arab, Noureddine Kush, Osama Dandan, Jihad Tanir, Zuhair Farshoukh, Antoine Manasseh, Khalil diet, Yahya Kaaki, Ezzat Quraytam handsome Tabbara, Saleh Farroukh, Ziad Itani, Karim Hamadeh, Rafik Zantout, Nabil hostile, Karim Diab, Mohammed Shakir, Rahif Jalloul, Hisham Itani, Bashir Malas and Nader Hariri (s)

  • Board of Trustees-elect on 27 / 10 / 2005

Salim Diab (Chair), Karim Diab (First Vice-President), Adnan Mikdashi "east" (Second Vice-Chairman), Nabil Snow (Secretary), Waddah Sadiq (Director of Public Relations), Azza Quraytam (Treasurer), Mahmoud al-Badawi, Nader Hariri, Khalil diet, Yahya Kaaki, Noureddine Kosh, Talal Conclave, Munir Zaatari, Walid Shehadeh, Tanir Jihad, Osama Dandan, Hani taste, Karim Hamadeh, Imad al-Khatib, Mohammed Shakir, Nabil Badr, Nabil hostile Arabs, Khalil, Hisham Itani Fayez Rasamny, Raja Saab (members)

Honours

Lebanese Premier League

  • Champions - 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2006, 2007

Lebanese FA Cup

  • Winners 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2007

Lebanese Super Cup

  • Winners - 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

Lebanese Federation Cup

  • Winners - 1999, 2000

Lebanese Elite Cup

  • Winners - 1997, 2000

Al-Ansar's 11 consecutive league titles between 1988 and 1999 is a world record.[citation needed]

Performance in AFC Competitions

2002-03: Qualifying West - 2nd Round
1989: Qualifying Stage
1990: Qualifying Stage
1992: Qualifying - 1st round
1994: Group Stage
1995: Group Stage
1996: Second Round
1998: Group Stage
1999: Second Round
2000: Second Round
2001: withdrew in First Round
2007: Group Stage
2008: Group Stage, 3rd In Group
1991/92: First Round
1996/97: First Round

Squad

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First-Team

Last Updated on January 28, 2010

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

No. Position Player
1 Lebanon GK Larry Mehanna
2 Lebanon MF Haidar Ismail
3 Lebanon DF Hassan Al Amin
4 Lebanon DF Mootaz Jounaidi
5 Greece MF Mareen Mikatch
6 Lebanon FW Ibrahim Manaa
7 Lebanon MF Nabil Baalbaki
8 Lebanon DF Sami El Choum
9 Cameroon FW Joël Tchami
10 Lebanon MF Malek Hassoun
11 Lebanon MF Mohamad Atwi
12 Lebanon DF Ahmad Al-Shoum
13 Brazil FW Andre Rinaldo Di Suaza Esposito
14 Lebanon DF Ahmad Al Khodor
15 Lebanon MF Kassim Laila
16 Lebanon DF Mohammed Baqir Younis
17 Lebanon MF Mahmoud Kajak
No. Position Player
18 Syria FW Mahmoud Al Basat
19 Lebanon GK Hassan Moghnieh
20 Lebanon MF Nasrat Al Jamal
21 Lebanon DF Mohamad Hamoud
23 Lebanon DF Hussein Hamdan
24 Lebanon MF Ali Farran
25 Lebanon FW Kassim Manaa
26 Lebanon MF Rabi' Atayah
28 Lebanon MF Mohamad Ayoub
29 Syria DF Ali Saadeh
30 Lebanon FW Fadi Ghoson
31 Lebanon GK Ali Shahada
32 Lebanon GK Mohamad Shakr
39 Lebanon MF Ala' Tirmos
49 Lebanon DF Khaled Fahami
TBA Brazil Sebastiao Ramos Junior

Women's Team

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

No. Position Player
1 Lebanon GK Reem Ka'een
4 Lebanon DF Joanna Hamzeh
6 Lebanon DF Karen Haddad
12 Lebanon DF Sahar Dbouk
13 Lebanon DF Joanna Sinno
No. Position Player
2 Lebanon MF Lama Masri
7 Lebanon MF Maya Sinno
11 Lebanon MF Myriam Naimeh
24 Lebanon MF Randa Rawas
9 Lebanon FW Iman Cheaito
17 Lebanon FW Nadia Assaf
26 Lebanon FW Souad Takish

Rankings

References

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