Results

Qatar League 02/21 14:00 - Al Shamal v Al Sadd (Qatar) D 22-22
Qatar League 02/17 16:00 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Al Rayyan (Qatar) W 32-31
Qatar League 02/12 14:30 - Al Arabi (Qatar) v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 29-27
Qatar Fed Cup 01/15 14:30 - Al Rayyan (Qatar) v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 31-24
Qatar Fed Cup 01/08 16:00 - Al Duhail v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 33-27
Qatar Fed Cup 12/31 14:30 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Al Ahli (Qatar) L 29-36
Qatar Fed Cup 12/28 13:00 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Al Arabi (Qatar) L 30-34
Qatar Fed Cup 12/24 14:30 - Al Wakra v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 28-21
Qatar Fed Cup 12/20 14:30 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Al Rayyan W 30-23
Qatar Fed Cup 12/13 14:00 - Al Arabi (Qatar) v Al Sadd (Qatar) L 29-25
Qatar Fed Cup 12/09 13:00 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Qatar SC W 33-30
Qatar Fed Cup 12/04 16:00 - Al Sadd (Qatar) v Al Khor W 31-30

Wikipedia - Al Sadd SC (handball)

Al Sadd Handball Team (Arabic: فريق السد لكرة اليد) is the handball team of Al Sadd SC, based in the capital city of Doha, Qatar. It currently competes in the Qatar Handball League (QHL). The team is one of the most successful in all of Asia, winning the Asian Club League Handball Championship a record 5 times.

History

Al Sadd Handball Team was formed shortly after the formation of the club in 1969. Since then, they have dominated the handball scene in Qatar, winning a record number of domestic trophies. Their success hasn't been limited to local competitions, however. The team has won a record of 5 Asian Club League Handball Championship titles, meaning they have the most Asian titles to their name. In addition, they won the Handball Club World Cup in 2000. They have also won the IHF Super Globe in 2002 as the host team, as well as finishing runners-up in 2010, again as the host team.

Al Sadd is a professional handball team based in Doha, Qatar. The team was founded in 1969 and has since become one of the most successful handball teams in the country. Al Sadd competes in the Qatar Handball League and has won numerous titles over the years, including the league championship, the Emir Cup, and the Asian Club Championship.

The team is known for its strong defense and fast-paced offense, with players who are skilled in both attacking and defending. Al Sadd's roster includes some of the best handball players in Qatar, as well as international players from countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Spain.

The team's home arena is the Al Gharafa Sports Club, which has a seating capacity of over 2,000 spectators. Al Sadd's fans are known for their passionate support of the team, and the atmosphere at their home games is always electric.

Overall, Al Sadd is a highly respected and successful handball team in Qatar, with a strong tradition of excellence and a dedicated fan base.