Results

Qatar League 2 02/28 15:00 - Al Mesaimeer SC v Al-Shahaniya SC W 2-3
Qatar League 2 02/22 15:00 - Al-Shahaniya SC v Al-Khor SC L 0-3
Qatar League 2 02/12 15:00 - Al-Shahaniya SC v Lusail W 1-0
Qatar League 2 12/23 14:30 - Al Waab FC v Al-Shahaniya SC W 0-1
Qatar League 2 12/15 14:30 - Al-Kharitiyath SC v Al-Shahaniya SC W 2-3
Qatar League 2 12/07 14:30 - Al-Shahaniya SC v Al Bidda SC D 1-1
Qatar League 2 11/09 14:30 - Al-Sailiya SC v Al-Shahaniya SC W 1-2
Qatar League 2 10/31 15:00 - Al-Shahaniya SC v Al Mesaimeer SC W 3-2
Qatar League 2 10/25 15:00 - Al-Khor SC v Al-Shahaniya SC D 1-1
Qatar League 2 10/01 15:00 - Lusail v Al-Shahaniya SC D 1-1
Qatar League 2 09/22 15:00 - Al-Shahaniya SC v Al Waab FC W 2-0
Qatar Cup 09/14 16:30 2 [2] Al Mesaimeer SC v Al-Shahaniya SC [1] D 0-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 23 11 12
Wins 12 7 5
Draws 7 3 4
Losses 4 1 3
Goals for 46 30 16
Goals against 32 13 19
Clean sheets 8 5 3
Failed to score 3 1 2

Wikipedia - Al Shahaniya SC

Al Shahaniya Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الشحانية الرياضي), is a Qatari sports club based in Al-Shahaniya, a town 20 km from the capital Doha. Founded in 1998, the most prominent team of the club is the football team which plays in the Qatari Second Division. The club's home ground is Grand Hamad Stadium.

History

Al Shahaniya was founded on 27 December 1998, under the name Al-Nasr, under the decision of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Eid Al Thani, who was the chairman of the Public Authority for youth and sports at the time. The club was considered as the spiritual successor of Al Nasr SC, an amateur football club founded in 1951. The club, whose name translates to "victory", became notable for being the first Qatari football team to play against clubs outside of the country as well as the first Qatari club to recruit foreigners.

At the beginning of its establishment, the club's headquarters were located in Al Jemailiya. In 2001, the club relocated to Al-Shahaniya, which is approximately 20 km northwest of Doha, under the decision of Sheikh Jassim bin Thamer al Thani, who was vice president of the Qatar Olympic Committee at that time. It was furnished with its own stadium and headquarters, although the stadium has primarily been used for training due to its limited capacity.

In 2004, the club changed its name to Al Shahaniya by decision of the board of directors, in order to better represent the region where it is based.

Al-Shahaniya SC is a professional soccer team based in the city of Al-Shahaniya, Qatar. The team was founded in 1998 and currently competes in the Qatar Stars League, the top tier of Qatari soccer. The team's home stadium is the Al-Shahaniya Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 12,000 spectators.

The team's colors are red and white, and their logo features a falcon, which is a symbol of strength and power in Qatari culture. Al-Shahaniya SC has a strong fan base and is known for their passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at their home games.

Over the years, Al-Shahaniya SC has had some notable achievements, including winning the Qatar Second Division in 2007 and the Qatar Stars Cup in 2012. The team has also produced some talented players who have gone on to play for the Qatar national team.

Al-Shahaniya SC is known for their attacking style of play and their ability to score goals. They have a strong squad of players, including some experienced veterans and promising young talents. The team is led by their head coach, who is known for his tactical acumen and ability to motivate his players.

Overall, Al-Shahaniya SC is a respected and competitive team in Qatari soccer, and they are always looking to improve and achieve more success in the future.