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The origin of Al Sadd's conception began with four Qatari students who excelled in football, but did not wish to join any of the existing football clubs.
In the season , they became the first Arab club side to triumph in the Asian Club Championship by defeating Al Rasheed of Iraq on an aggregate of away goals.
Al Sadd was established by eleven high school students who excelled in playing football, with the oldest member being 17 years old. They refused to join other clubs at the time and decided to make their own club.
He obliged their request, resulting in the formation of Al Sadd Sports Club. In their initial year of establishment, the father of one of the founders, Hamad bin Mubarak Al Attiyah, coached the club and the team trained on a football pitch in a local high school.
The club won the first ever league title in — However, this was one year before the league was officially recognized. Thus, they won their first official QSL title in — Youssef Saad, a Sudanese forward who played for the club since its inception, was the first ever professional player to officially join the ranks of Al Sadd.
Transfers could be made unconditionally during this time, meaning Esteqlal's protests were in vain. This was a major factor in them winning their first cup championship the next year in They defeated Al Ahli 4—3 in a tightly contested match under the leadership of Hassan Osman in order to claim the Emir Cup.
Till this day, it is the joint-largest score in an Emir Cup final match. They won the first ever Sheikh Jassim Cup held in —78, as well as winning it two more times in the next two years.
In —79, the club succeeded in achieving their first domestic double by winning both, the Sheikh Jassim Cup and the league, accomplishing the same feat the next season.
During this period, Badr Bilal and Hassan Mattar, both of whom were top scorers in the league at one point, led the team to victories in both of the finals.
Al Sadd also succeeded in setting an Emir Cup record by defeating Al Shamal 16—2, the largest recorded win in the history of the tournament.
They nearly completed a domestic triple in , but lost 2—0 to Al Ahli in the Emir Cup final that year. They were the first team to play against English side Cheadle Town on their home grounds, Park Road Stadium, under the leadership of Jimmy Meadows in They were victorious by a 4—1 margin.
Al Sadd won their Champions League debut in then known as Asian Club Championship , where they secured the top position in their group.
They faced Al-Rasheed of Iraq in the final, defeating them on away goals, thus fending the Iraqis off in order to claim the title of the first Arab team to ever win the championship.
The victorious team was largely made up locals, with the exception of Lebanese Wassef Soufi and Iranian Amir Ghalenoii , who did not participate in the final due to the Iran—Iraq War.
They could not win even one league championship during that period. The new millennium opened up a new era for Al Sadd.
They also managed a triple crown in regional football by winning the Arab Champions League in They recorded the largest-ever win in the Sheikh Jassim Cup in , when they defeated Muaither 21—0.
In , under the command of Uruguayan coach Jorge Fossati , they achieved a quadruple by winning all four domestic cups.
They were the first Qatari team to do so, and had also set a league record for the highest winning streak by winning 10 leagues games in a row.
Al Sadd was placed in the qualifying play-offs of the Champions League , courtesy of the disqualification of Vietnamese teams due to the non-submission of documents.
Al Sadd, who were the definite underdogs, overcame the odds and topped their group to play against Al-Shabab , whom they beat 1—0.
The quarter-final against Sepahan would mark the first sign of controversy for the club. Sepahan had initially won the first-leg match against Al Sadd 1—0; however, after the match, Al Sadd lodged a formal complaint to the AFC as Sepahan had fielded an ineligible player, Rahman Ahmadi , who previously received two yellow cards in the tournament with his former club.
The match was overturned 3—0 in favor of Al Sadd, virtually ensuring the club a place in the semi-finals.
They later faced Suwon Samsung Bluewings in a highly publicized semi-final. Suwon were favorites to win after knocking last year's runners-up, Zob Ahan , out of the running.
The first-leg match was played in Suwon , South Korea. In the 70th minute of the match, Mamadou Niang of Al Sadd had a deflected shot veer past the goalkeeper, settling the score 1—0.
Ten minutes later, a Suwon player was inadvertently kicked in the head by an Al Sadd defender, prompting Suwon to kick the ball out of play.
While the injured Suwon player was being tended to, Niang sprinted past the keeper to score a second goal, infuriating the Suwon players.
The chaos was elevated when a Suwon fan had run onto the pitch, sparking a mass melee which involved both coaching staff and players.
After the fight was brought to a halt, the referee sent off a player from each team while Niang later got a red card and Al Sadd's Korean defender Lee Jung-soo had walked off the pitch in frustration.
The melee prompted official investigation from the AFC, who suspended three players from both teams for six games.
Al Sadd later received the nickname "Al-Badd" from the Korean media as a result of their semi-final confrontations. Al Sadd also became the first team to reach the AFC Champions League knockout stage after starting their campaign in the play-offs in February.
Championship in honor of the club's owner changed the team logo and stars to commemorate the AFC Champions League This was the first time two clubs from the same confederation faced off each other in a third-place match.
The Moroccan had finished as the Qatar League top scorer during his four-year stay at the club from to He was working as the club's technical director prior to being promoted to the top job.
Al-Sadd faltered in the next two seasons, however, finishing third and second in —14 and —15 respectively, as Lekhwiya returned to win back-to-back titles once again.
Home matches are played in the state-of-the-art football-specific Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium also known as Al Sadd Stadium , with a capacity which adds up to 18,, including VIP stands.
Situated near central Doha , the venue attracts large numbers of spectators. It is the de facto home stadium of the Qatar national football team.
Jassim Bin Hamad is a very distinct stadium in the Middle East because of its unique features, such as the cooling system which is implemented. From the foundation of the club, the common home kit includes a white shirt, black or white shorts, and white socks.
White and black colours are also seen in the crest. Squad Current Statistics Sidelined. Meshaal Barsham. Jehad Mohammad Hudib. Yousef Baliadeh.
Karam Hadrish. Karim Haider Dib. Pedro Miguel Correia. Abdelkarim Hassan. Boualem Khoukhi. Salem Al Hajri. Mosaab Khoder. Hussain Bahzad.
Talal Abdulla Bahzad. Ahmed Sayyar. Jung Woo-Young. Tarek Salman. Mohammed Al Bayati. Ali Assadalla. Nam Tae-Hee. Rodrigo Barbosa Tabata.
Bahaa Ellithi. Sauoud Ebrahim. Santi Cazorla. Hashim Ali. Overall, the Town Centre precinct has around 50, inhabitants.
Similar to the rest of Doha, most of Al Sadd's population is composed mainly of migrant workers.
As of the census, the district comprised 6, housing units  and establishments. The literacy rate stood at From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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