Bahrain Premier League 05/19 16:00 22 [11] Al Hala v Al-Ahli Manama [5] W 0-3
Bahrain Premier League 05/15 16:30 21 [4] Al-Ahli Manama v Al Shabab Manama [10] L 0-1
Bahrain Premier League 05/08 16:00 20 [3] Al-Riffa v Al-Ahli Manama [4] W 1-2
Bahrain Premier League 05/04 16:00 19 [5] Al-Ahli Manama v Al Hidd [11] D 3-3
Bahrain Premier League 04/28 16:00 18 [6] Al-Najma Manama v Al-Ahli Manama [4] L 2-1
Bahrain Premier League 04/22 16:00 17 [4] Al-Ahli Manama v Manama [5] D 0-0
Bahrain Premier League 04/18 16:00 16 [12] Busaiteen v Al-Ahli Manama [5] W 0-2
Bahrain Premier League 04/08 18:45 15 [5] Al-Ahli Manama v Al-Muharraq [3] D 2-2
Bahrain Premier League 04/02 18:45 14 [4] Al-Ahli Manama v Al Khalidiyah [2] L 0-1
Bahrain Premier League 03/30 18:45 14 Al-Ahli Manama v Al Khalidiyah - PPT.
Bahrain Kings Cup 03/09 15:30 1 Al-Ahli Manama v Al-Muharraq W 5-3
Bahrain Premier League 03/04 16:15 13 [11] Sitra v Al-Ahli Manama [4] L 1-0


Matches played 31 18 13
Wins 14 8 6
Draws 7 5 2
Losses 10 5 5
Goals for 51 33 18
Goals against 42 22 20
Clean sheets 9 5 4
Failed to score 5 4 1

Wikipedia - Al-Ahli Club (Manama)

Al-Ahli Club of Manama (Arabic: النادي الأهلي البحريني) is a Bahraini sports club based in the capital city of Manama. They used to play in the top division in Bahraini football but were relegated to the second division after finishing ninth in the 2011–12 First Division league. The club also fields players in other sports such as basketball, handball and volleyball. Their home stadium is Al Ahli Stadium, although like all other teams in Bahrain they mainly play on Bahrain National Stadium.


Al Ahli (formerly known as Al Nusoor), along with Muharraq Club, is considered to be the pillar of sports in Bahrain. Another club known as Al Tursana (which reached the Bahraini King's Cup in 1969) merged with Al Nusoor to form Al-Ahli Club.

The matches between Al Ahli and Muharraq are known to draw the largest fan attendance in the Bahraini league and is considered to be the Bahrain derby. Today they still are known to have the best youth products on their side, and focus primarily on the youth players to challenge for the league title. Amongst the players that Al Ahli has produced are A'ala Hubail (the Asian Cup 2004 top scorer), Ali Saeed, Mohammed Hubail, and Mohammed Husain.

Al-Ahli Manama is a professional soccer team based in Bahrain's capital city, Manama. The team was founded in 1936 and has a rich history of success in Bahraini football. They compete in the Bahraini Premier League, which is the top tier of football in Bahrain.

Al-Ahli Manama is known for their passionate fan base and their fierce rivalry with other top clubs in Bahrain. The team plays their home matches at the Al Ahli Stadium, which has a capacity of over 10,000 spectators.

The team's colors are red and white, and their crest features a lion, symbolizing strength and courage. Al-Ahli Manama has a strong tradition of developing young talent and has produced several players who have gone on to represent the Bahrain national team.

Overall, Al-Ahli Manama is a respected and competitive team in Bahraini football, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.