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Al-Jazeera Club (Jordan)
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Al-Jazeera Club (Arabic: نادي الجزيرة‎‎) is a Jordanian multisports club based in Amman. Founded in 1947, the team plays at Amman International Stadium. They complete in the Jordanian Pro League, the top flight of Jordanian football.
Al-Jazeera Club

نادي الجزيرة
Full nameAl-Jazeera Club of Amman
Nickname(s)الشياطين الحمر
Al-Shayateen Al-Houmr
(The Red Devils)
Founded1947; 74 years ago
GroundAmman International Stadium
Capacity17,619
PresidentTemporary committee
ManagerAmjad Abu Tu'aimeh
LeagueJordanian Pro League


Active departments of Al-Jazeera
Football Men'sFootball Women'sFootball Men's U-18
Football Men's U-16BasketballHandball
VolleyballAthleticsBodybuilding
WeightliftingTable Tennis
History
In the early 1940s, the club consisted of boys who shared common traits like age, social status, friendship, neighborhood, education and love for sports, especially football. They began practicing football as a team with intense training, and felt that their talents merged well. The team members enhancing and developing their talents included the late Amer Mufti, Tbelt Fattah and Abdul Raouf Al Attia, Abdul-Raouf Noha and Muhammad Ali Karyoti and Honorary Nanaa and facilitate the drum and facilitating the latest Shorbaji and Taher Al-Halawani Wool and Mohammed Abu Sultan, Mohammed and Omar News vegetative and Mohammed and Ahmed and Awad Hamid. Applied for Foundation to the Ministry of the Interior in 1946, but the request was re-insurance to 10 people, among the founders over the age of For the 25-year re-entry has been remedied that mentioned their families and acquaintances Fastdrqua what they were asked A request was made Altosin the following names:[clarification needed]
  1. Hassan Hussein Rouh – An employee. Later became a professor.
  2. Abdul Majeed Aljzazi – A professor. Later entered the army.
  3. Fawzi Yousef Dia – A professor. Later entered the army.
  4. Qasim Karyoti – A member of staff in the workshops of the Army.
  5. Abdul Karim Bakir – Merchant
  6. Diab Shorbaji – Merchant
  7. Ahmed Shorbaji – Merchant
  8. Mufti Mohammad Sami – A merchant and tailor.
  9. Abdul Hadi Akash – Restaurant owner of 'Pleasure' in Amman.
  10. Fred Joseph Fleifel – Was employed.
And approved the establishment of the club by the Interior Ministry in 01/01/1947 as approved on its Procedure and it appears to the existence of a club named (the island) and taking exercise and various sports activities on top Football.[1]
Stadium
Al-Jazeera plays their home games at Amman International Stadium in Amman. The stadium was built on 1964 and opened on 1968, it is owned by The Jordanian government and operated by The higher council of youth. It is also the home stadium of Jordan national football team and Al-Faisaly. It has a current capacity of 17,619 spectators.
Kits
Al-Jazeera's home kit is all red shirts and white shorts, while their away kit is all white shirts and red shorts.
Kit suppliers and shirt sponsors
PeriodKit supplierShirt sponsor
2011–2013UhlsportNone
2013–2015Adidas
2015–2016Jako
2016–2017MBB Apparel
2017–2020Jako
Honours
League
First Division/Premier League
Winners (3) : 1952, 1955, 1956
Cups
FA Cup
Winners (2) :
1984, 2017–18
FA Shield
Winners (2) :
1981, 1986
Super Cup
Winners (1) :
1985
Performance in AFC and UAFA competitions
AFC Cup: 4 Appearances
2015: Round of 16
2018: West Asia Zonal final
2019: West Asia Zonal final
2020: Participating
IFFHS Rankings
Club world ranking
Footballdatabase club's points August 2020.[2]
Pos.TeamPoints
946Sligo Rovers1349
947
AFAD Djékanou
1349
948Al-Jazeera1349
949
Benfica de Luanda
1349
950
Stade Renard de Melong
1349
AFC club rankings
Footballdatabase club's points August 2020.
Pos.TeamPoints
85Gold Coast1352
86
Vegalta Sendai
1350
87Al-Jazeera1349
88Sanat Mes Kerman1348
89Melbourne Victory1347
National club rankings
Footballdatabase club's points August 2020.
Pos.TeamPoints
1Al-Wehdat1374
2Al-Jazeera1349
3Al-Faisaly1336
4Al-Ramtha SC1278
5Shabab Al-Ordon1273
Current squad
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No.Pos.NationPlayer
1GK JORNour Bani Attiah
2DF JORJaber Khattab
6MF JORIbrahim Al-Khub
7MF JORLaith Hbowal
8MF JORNoor Al-Rawabdeh
9MF JORSaleh Al-Jawhari
10FW JORAbdullah Al-Attar
11MF JORMahmoud Al-Mardi
12GK JORWaleed Ibrahim
14DF JORAhmad Abu Sha'ireh
15MF JORBara' Mahdi Atieh
17DF JOROmar Qandeel
No.Pos.NationPlayer
19DF JORMotasem Al Jabari
20MF JORAnas Al Asassleh
21MF JORHamza Al Saifi
22GK JORQais Abassi
23FW
 BRA
Leonardo Paiva
27DF JORAmer Jamous
28FW JORNoor Mowafi
30FW JORAli Olwan
32FW JORHussein Bassam
33FW JORHussein Al Diabat
80MF JORIbrahim Sadeh
88MF JORAhmad Abdel-Halim
Current technical staff
PositionStaff
First team head coachAmjad Abu Tu'aimeh
Assistant coachAmer Al-Halabieh
Goalkeeping coachSalameh Al-Ghrouf
Medical OfficerIbrahim Ikhmayyes
Equipment ManagerNayel Qtiesh
Media OfficerRadi Al-Zawahreh
Team ManagerMohannad Al-Maharmeh
Managerial history
NameFromTo
Issa Al-Turk20062009
Amjad Abu Taimah20092010
Jamal Abu Abed20102010
Emad Khankan
20102010
Khaled Awad20102011
Mohammed Omar
20112012
Issa Al-Turk20122015
Haitham Al-Shboul20152016
Nizar Mahrous
20162017
Maher Bahri
20172017
Chiheb Ellili
20172018
Nizar Mahrous
20182018
Dalibor Starčević20182019
Amjad Abu Taimah2019Present
Presidential history
NoName
1Mohammed Rawhi
2Fawzi Izz Al-Din Moghrabi
3Amer Mufti
4Bassam Al-Khasawneh
5Amer Mufti
6Abdel Ra'ouf Attiah
7Abdullah Kiswani
8Salim Shahine
9Abdul Latif Al-Talli
10Riyad Al-Hroub
11Fadi Ghandour
12Wa'el Zo'rob
13Sari Hamdan
14Samir Mansour
15Mohammed Al-Maharmeh[3]
References
  1. ^ "نادي الجزيرة (عمان) نبذه عن نادي الجزيرة -". w.mdar.co. Archived from the original on 2019-12-29. Retrieved 2019-08-14.
  2. ^ "Club World Ranking by footballdatabase". footballdatabase. 2020-08-07.
  3. ^ "المحارمة رئيسا لنادي الجزيرة بالتزكية".
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