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Stade Tunisien

Stade Tunisien
Full name Stade Tunisien
Nickname(s) Baklawa / Abna Bardo
Founded 1948
Ground Stade Chadly Zouiten
Tunis, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 18,000
Chairman Mohamed Derouiche
Manager Sofiène Hidoussi
League CLP-1
2012–13 Group B - 4th

Stade Tunisien (Tunisian Arabic: الملعب التونسي‎, often referred to as ST) is a football club from Tunis, Tunisia. Alongside with Club Africain and Espérance it forms the group of three best teams in the capital city. Founded in 1948, the team plays in green, red and white colours, after the Bey colours as the team was under their patronage until the Tunisian independence. Their ground is Stade Chadly Zouiten, which has a capacity of 18,000.

Contents

  • Achievements 1
    • Performance in national & domestic competitions 1.1
  • Performance in UAFA competitions 2
  • Performance in CAF competitions 3
  • Players 4
    • Current Squad 4.1
  • Notable Former Players 5
  • Managers 6
  • Presidents 7
  • External links 8

Achievements

Performance in national & domestic competitions

1957, 1961, 1962, 1965
1956, 1958, 1960, 1962, 1966, 2003
2000, 2002

Performance in UAFA competitions

1989–90, 2001–02

Performance in CAF competitions

2004 - Second Round
2009 - First Round
1993 - Quarter-Finals

Players

Current Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Jassem Khalloufi
2 DF Wael Bahri
4 DF Mohamed Ali Guizani
6 MF Lansana Camara
7 MF Borhane Ghannem
9 FW Heithem Ben Salem
10 MF Oussama Sellami
11 FW Mohamed Ali Ben Hamouda
13 MF Aubin Kouakou
14 MF Mohamed Ben Ammar
15 MF Hamdi Mabrouk
No. Position Player
16 GK Lassad Hammami
17 DF Marouane Tej
18 FW Orok Akarandut
19 MF Martial Yao
21 FW Blaise Kouassi
22 GK Seifeddine Mahouachi
27 MF Halim Darragi
28 MF Abdelkarim Koussi
30 DF Karim Ben Amor
32 GK Mohamed Belkhodja
33 DF Hamdi Rouid

Notable Former Players

Managers

Presidents

External links

  • StadeTunisien.net: Official Fans Website & Forum
  • Forza-Baklawa: Fans Website
  • Bardo Boys: Supporters Website & Forum
  • Baklawa News: Fans Forum
  • KAOTIC GROUP: Supporters Website & Forum
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