Egyptian Clubs in FIFA World Club Cup
Zamalek 2001 - Zamalek 2003
Ahly 2005 - Ahly 2006 - Ahly 2008 - Ahly 2012 - Ahly 2013 - Ahly 2021 - Ahly 2022
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Player Stats
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Played
Won
Draw
Lost
GS
GA
Ahly
18
6
1
11
17
26
Total
18
6
1
11
17
26


Zamalek in Spain, 2001
Zamalek qualified for the 2001 edition after winning the African Cup Winners' Cup title 2000.
The 2001 edition was later postponed then cancelled by FIFA due to financial problems.

Zamalek draw was in GROUP A as follows
Group A
Boca Juniors (Argentina) - Winners 2000 South American Libertadores Cup
Deportivo Coruna (Spain) - Host
Zamalek (Egypt) - Winners 2000 African CupWinners' Cup
Wollongong Wolves (Australia) - Winners 2001 Oceania Champions' Cup
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July 28 -  Boca Juniors / Deportivo Coruna -20:00 Cairo Time
July 29  - Wollongong Wolves / Zamalek -20:00 Cairo Time
August 1 - Deportivo Coruna / Wollongong Wolves -19:30 Cairo Time
August 1 - Boca Juniors / Zamalek -22:00 Cairo Time
Auguat 4 - Boca Juniors / Wollongong Wolves -19:30 Cairo Time
August 4 - Deportivo Coruna / Zamalek -22:00 Cairo Time



Zamalek in Spain, 2003
Zamalek qualified for the 2003 edition after winning the African Champions League 2002 title.
The Tournament was cancelled by FIFA due to financial problems


Ahly in Japan, 2005
Ahly qualified for the 2005 edition after winning the African Champions League 2005 title.
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Quarter Final: Ahly 0/1 Ithad (KSA)

5th Place Playoff: Ahly 1/2 Sydney FC (Australia) (Emad Moteab 44")



Ahly in Japan, 2006
Ahly qualified for the 2006 edition after winning the African Champions League 2006 title.
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Quarter Final: Ahly 2/0 Auckland City (New Zealand) (Flavio Amado 51" / Mohamed Aboutraika 73")

Semi Final: Ahly 1/2 SC Internacional (Brazil) (Flavio Amado 54")

3rd Place Play Off: Ahly 2/1 CF América (Mexico) (Mohamed Aboutraika 41", 34")

Ahly in Japan, 2008
Ahly qualified for the 2008 edition after winning the African Champions League 2008 title.
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Quarter Final: Ahly 2/4 (E.Time) Pachuca (Mexico) (Own Goal "Fausto Pinto" 28" / Flavio Amado 45")

5th Place Play Off: Ahly 0/1 Adelaide United FC (Austrailia)



Ahly in Japan, 2012
Ahly qualified for the 2012 edition after winning the African Champions League 2012 title.
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Quarter Final: Ahly 2/1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima (Japan) (El-Sayed Hamdi 15" / Mohamed Aboutraika 57")

Semi Final: Ahly 0/1 Corinthians (Brazil)

3rd Place Play Off: Ahly 0/2 CF Monterrey (Mexico)

Ahly in Morocco, 2013
Ahly qualified for the 2013 edition after winning the African Champions League 2013 title.

Quarter Final: Guangzhou Evergrande (China) 2/0 Ahly

5th Place Play Off: Ahly 1/5 CF Monterrey (Mexico) (Emad Moteab 8")

Ahly in Qatar, 2021
Ahly qualified for the 2021 edition after winning the African Champions League 2019/2020 title.

Quarter Final: Al-Duhail (Qatar) 0/1 Ahly (Hussein El-Shahhat 30")

Semi Final: FC Bayern Munich (Germany) 2/0 Ahly

3rd Place Play-off: SE Palmeiras (Brazil) 0/0 (2-3 Pen) Ahly



Ahly in United Arab Emirates, 2022
Ahly qualified for the 2021 edition after winning the African Champions League 2020/2021 title.

Quarter Final: Ahly 1/0 CF Monterrey (Mexico) (Mohamed Hani 55")

Semi Final: SE Palmeiras (Brazil) 2/0 Ahly

3rd Place Play-off: Helal (KSA) 0/4 Ahly (Yasser Ibrahim 8", 17" / Ahmed Hamdi Abdel Qader 40" / Amr El-Sollayya 64")



Player

Club

Games Played

Goals

Hossam Ashour

Ahly

11

-

Mohamed Aboutraika Ahly

11

4

Wael Gomaa Ahly

11

-

     
Emad Moteab Ahly

9

2

     
Walid Soliman Ahly

8

-

     
Ahmed Fathi Ahly

7

-

Shady Mohamed Ahly

7

-

     
Aliou Dieng (Mali) Ahly

6

-

Flavio Amado (Angola) Ahly

6

3

Mohamed Barakat- Ahly

6

-
Mohamed Hani Ahly

6

1

Rami Rabea Ahly

6

-

Taher Mohamed Taher Ahly

6

-

     
Abdullah El-Said Ahly

5

-

Ahmed Shedeed Qenawi Ahly

5

-

Ali Maaloul (Tunisia) Ahly

5

-

Amr El-Sollayya Ahly

5

1

Hamdi Fathi Ahly

5

-

Hussein El-Shahhat Ahly

5

1

Islam El-Shater Ahly

5

-

Mohamed Magdi "Afsha" Ahly

5

-

Mohamed Naguib Ahly

5

-

Mohamed Shawki Ahly

5

-

Yasser Ibrahim Ahly

5

2

     
Ahmed Seddeek Ahly

4

-

Amir Abdel Hamid Ahly

4

-6

Ayman Ashraf Ahly

4

-

El-Sayed Hamdi Ahly

4

1

Mohamed Sherif Ahly

4

-

Sherif Ekrami (GK) Ahly

4

-9

     
Ahmed El-Sayed Ahly

3

-
Ahmed Hamdi Abdel Qader Ahly

3

1

Ali Lotfi (GK) Ahly

3

-2

Badr Banoun (Morocco) Ahly

3

-

Emad El-Nahhas Ahly

3

--

Essam El-Hadary (GK) Ahly

3

-3

Hassan Moustafa Ahly

3

-

Mahmoud Hassan "Trezeguet" Ahly

3

-

Mohamed El-Shennawi (GK) Ahly

3

-2

Mohamed Nagui "Geddo" Ahly

3

-

Osama Hosni Ahly

3

--

Sayed Meawwad Ahly

3

--

Tarek El-Said Ahly

3

-

Walter Bwalya (Zambia) Ahly

3

-

     
Ahmed Hassan Kamel Ahly

2

-

Akram Tawfik Ahly

2

-

Gilberto Sebastiao (Angola) Ahly

2

-

Hussein Yasser Mohammadi (Qatar) Ahly

2

-

Karim Foad Ahly

2

-

Luís Miquissone (Mozambique) Ahly

2

-

Mahmoud Aboul Seoud (GK) Ahly

2

-2

Marwan Mohsen Ahly

2

-

Mohamed Seddeek Ahly

2

-

Saad El-Din Samir Ahly

2

-

Salah Mohsen Ahly

2

-

     
Ahmed Aboumesallem Ahly

1

-

Ahmed Shoukry Ahly

1

-

Akwety Mensah (Ghana) Ahly

1

-

Amr Gamal Ahly

1

-

Dominique Da Silva (Mauritania) Ahly

1

-

Hani El-Agizi Ahly

1

-

Hossam Ghali Ahly

1

-

Mahmoud Abdel Monem "Kahraba" Ahly

1

-

Mahmoud Wahid Ahly

1

-

Mohamed Abdel Monem Ahly

1

-

Mohamed Abdel Wahab Ahly

1

-

Mohamed Maghrabi Ahly

1

-

Nader El-Sayed (GK) Ahly

1

-2

Rami Adel Ahly

1

-

Shehab El-Din Ahmed Ahly

1

-

Oluwafemi "Junior" Ajayi Ahly

1

-

     
Own goals Ahly

-

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