Qatar League 04/18 13:00 - Qatar SC v Al Duhail L 26-27
Qatar League 04/14 13:00 - Qatar SC v Al Shamal L 18-23
Qatar League 04/09 19:00 - Al Rayyan v Qatar SC L 29-22
Qatar League 04/03 17:30 - Al Arabi (Qatar) v Qatar SC L 34-28
Qatar League 03/30 17:30 - Al Ahli (Qatar) v Qatar SC L 30-25
Qatar League 03/26 17:30 - Qatar SC v Al Khour D 28-28
Qatar League 03/22 17:30 - Qatar SC v Al Gharafa L 22-31
Qatar League 03/18 20:30 - Al Wakra v Qatar SC L 28-21
Qatar League 03/13 17:15 - Qatar SC v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 26-34
Qatar League 02/21 13:00 - Al Duhail v Qatar SC L 34-23
Qatar League 02/12 13:00 - Qatar SC v Al Rayyan L 21-30
Qatar Fed Cup 01/01 13:00 - Al Khor v Qatar SC W 25-32

Wikipedia - Qatar SC

Qatar Sports Club (Arabic: نادي قطر الرياضي) is a sports club based in Doha, Qatar. It is best known for its football team which competes in the Qatar Stars League. The club was founded in 1961 with the merger of two Qatari football clubs, Al-Oruba and Al-Nasour.

They play their home games in the Qatar SC Stadium, which can accommodate 13,000 spectators. The club has recently diversified into sports other than football with an athletics division having been established, competing in sprinting, long jump and javelin throwing. The club adopted its current name, Qatar SC, in 1981.


Formation (1972)

In 1972, Al-Oruba merged with Al-Nasour to form a new football club named Al-Esteqlal. Former player Saad Mohammed Saleh was selected as the first coach. Al Esteqlal was one of the strongest clubs right from its establishment, winning its first official Q-League season in 1972–73. The next year, in 1974, Al Sadd hired head coach Hassan Othman from the club in addition to 14 of its players, including Hassan Mattar and Mubarak Anber, much to the dismay of club president Hamad bin Suhaim. During this period, transfers could be made unconditionally in Qatari football. Despite the resounding difficulties arising from the transfer fiasco, the club continued with its success, winning the 1976–77 season and supplying the national team with some of its most prominent players.

1981–present: Qatar SC

Al Esteqlal was renamed Qatar SC in 1981. However, it gradually faded into obscurity for the next 2 decades, with the league being dominated by Al Arabi, Al Sadd, and Al Rayyan. The club won the Qatar Crown Prince Cup in 2002 and also won the 2002–03 league season by three points. They won the Crown Prince Cup the same year, and again in 2009. The club was relegated to Qatari Second Division after the 2015-16 season, but were promoted back to the top division the next season.

Qatar SC is a professional handball team based in Doha, Qatar. The team was founded in 1961 and has since become one of the most successful handball teams in the country. The team competes in the Qatar Handball League and has won numerous titles over the years.

Qatar SC is known for its strong defense and quick counter-attacks. The team is made up of talented players from Qatar and other countries, including Egypt, Tunisia, and Serbia. The team's captain is currently Ahmed Madadi, a Qatari national team player.

The team's home arena is the Qatar SC Handball Hall, which has a seating capacity of 2,500 spectators. The arena is known for its state-of-the-art facilities and has hosted numerous international handball events.

Qatar SC has a strong fan base in Qatar and is supported by many handball enthusiasts in the country. The team's colors are maroon and white, and its logo features a falcon, which is a symbol of strength and power in Qatari culture.

Overall, Qatar SC is a highly respected handball team in Qatar and has a strong reputation for its skill, determination, and sportsmanship.