Al-Ramtha SC

Al-Ramtha SC
Full name Al-Ramtha Sports Club
Nickname(s) غزلان الشمال
Ghuzlan Al-Shmal
(The Northern Gazelles/Deer)
Founded 1966 (1966)
Ground Prince Hashim Stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000[1]
Chairman Abdel-Halim Samara
Manager Florin Motroc
League Jordan League
2014–15 3rd
Website Club home page

Al-Ramtha SC (Arabic: نادي الرمثا) is a Jordanian football club based in Ramtha, Jordan. Abdel-Halim Samara, president of Al-Ramtha SC (since 1968), is considered to be the oldest club president in the world.


Performance in AFC competitions

1991: Qualifying Stage
2001: First Round
1991–92: Semi-Final
1992–93: First Round
2013: Group stage

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
Jordan GK Enad Al-Traify
Jordan GK Feras Saleh
Jordan GK Mahamed Al-Zoubi
Jordan DF Ali Khwayleh
Jordan DF Ammar Abu Aleeqa
Jordan DF Shadi Al-Thiabat
Romania DF Cristian Fodor
Jordan DF Shafiq Thiabat
Jordan MF Rami Samara (Captain)
Jordan MF Saeed Murjan
Jordan MF Ihsan Haddad
No. Position Player
Jordan MF Maher Al-Jadaa
Jordan MF Iyad Al-Khatib
Jordan MF Mohamed Islam Thiabat
Jordan MF Osama Al-Masri
Jordan FW Yusuf Al-Rawashdeh
Jordan FW Hamza Al-Dardour
Jordan FW Rakan Al-Khalidi
Jordan FW Mahmoud Bsoul
Jordan FW Bilal Al-Dawoud
Jordan FW Mohammad Omar Shishani
Jordan FW Mahmoud Al-Hourani

Current technical staff

Position Staff
First team head coach Florin Motroc
Assistant coach Ahmed Al-Darzii
Team doctor #1 Mazen Al-Khalayleh
Team doctor #2 Mohammad Abdel-Razzaq
Managing director Abdel-Majeed Samara


Managerial History

  • Brazil Edson Tavares (1987)
  • Iraq Douglas Aziz (1996–97)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maximo Fitch (2006–08)
  • Syria Abdel-Naser Makees (2008–09)
  • Iraq Nazar Ashraf (2009–10)
  • Jordan Mohammad Khaza'ali (2010)
  • Iraq Adil Yousuf, Jordan Abdel-Majeed Samara & Jordan Bilal Al-Laham (2010–13)
  • Syria Mohannad Al-Faqeer (2013)
  • Brazil Valdeir Vieira (2013–14)
  • Jordan Dr. Najeh Thiabat (2014)
  • Syria Emad Khankan (2014)
  • Jordan Ahmed Al-Darzi (2014–)
  • Romania Florin Motroc (2014–15)

External links


  1. "Jordanië – Al Ramtha SC – Resultaten, programma's, selectie, foto's, videos en nieuws – Soccerway". 2013-01-09. Retrieved 2013-12-20.

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