Tripoli SC

Tripoli SC
Tripoli Sporting Club
(formerly Olympic Beirut)
Full name Tripoli Sporting Club
(formerly Olympic Beirut)
Founded 2000
Ground Tripoli Municipal Stadium
Tripoli, Lebanon
(Capacity: 18,000)
Manager Iraq Younis Qatan
League Lebanese Premier League
2006-07 10th
Home colours

Tripoli SC (Arabic: نادي طرابلس الرياضي‎) is a Lebanese football club founded in 2000.

It was known earlier as Olympic Beirut winning the Lebanese Premiere League in 2003 and appearing in AFC competitions, before the ownership was changed due to financial considerations, the club moved to the Northern city of Tripoli and was renamed Tripoli Sports Club.


Current squad

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
Syria DF Naser Al Sebai
Lebanon FW Moustafa Al-Kasaa'
No. Position Player
Lebanon FW Abdul-Rahman Belh
Lebanon FW Mohamad Ghado

The club had many achievements particularly under the earlier name Olympic Beirut with the championship title and appearance in AFC Championhips as follows:


Logo of the earlier club Olympic Beirut transformed to Tripoli SC

Performance in AFC competitions

2004: Quarter-Finals

Notable former players

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