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Egyptian olympic club of Alexandria
Full name Egyptian Olympic Athletes Club, Alexandria
النادي الأوليمبي المصري بالأسكندريه
Nickname(s) El-Olympi
Founded 1905 (1905)
Ground EL- olympi stadium,
Alexandria, Egypt.
Chairman Mr. Traek Elsayed
League Egyptian Second Division

Egyptian Olympic Athletes Club, Alexandria shortened for El-Olympi (Arabic: النادي الأوليمبي المصري بالاسكندرية) is an Egyptian athletic club based in Alexandria,Founded in 1905, It is one of the oldest clubs in Egypt mostly known for its achievements in the Track and field games winning several medals in continental championships and also in the Olympiad (10 medals of the total 26 of Egypt).


The football Team's golden age was in the 1960s when the team could defeat Egypt's strongest teams at that time, winning the Egyptian Premier League in 1966. The team's level begun to drop due to financial problems. The team relegated in 2008–09 season and never show up in the Premier League again, the team was so near to show up again season 2013 /2014 and reports indicate that season 2014 /2015 has so big chance to show up again


1933, 1934

Performance in CAF competitions

1967: Quarter-Finals

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 Hany Gamal
2 DF Jackson
6 DF Mostafa Fouad
9 DF Tamer Samir
11 DF Ahmed Saber
12 DF Khalid Elshikh
17 MF Hamksha
18 MF Hsn Sosta
15 FW Akpan Paul
21 MF Mahmoud Hamada
22 FW Ismaeel Shrf
23 MF Elgohry
24 DF Islam Hamd
28 GK Mohamed Talat
29 GK Kaporia
MF Bomba
FW Shehab
FW Bogy

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