Al-Sailiya Sports Club (Arabic: نادي السيلية الرياضي) is a Qatari professional football club currently competing in the Qatar Stars League. They are based in Doha and play their home games at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium.
|Full name||Al-Sailiya Sports Club|
|Nickname(s)||The Peregrines |
|Founded||10 October 1995|
|Ground||Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium|
|Chairman||Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani|
|League||Qatar Stars League|
|2018–19||Qatar Stars League, 3rd|
Al Sailiya were founded as Al Qadsiya on 10 October 1995. In 2003, the club adopted its current name, Al Sailiya.
They were relegated in 2006 after finishing at the bottom of the Qatar Stars League. They won promotion back to the Qatar Stars League for the 2007–08 season, but were once again relegated to the Qatargas League in the 2010–11 season. They won promotion again, but finished last in the Stars League that year. However, a decision to expand the QSL to 14 teams ensured Sailiya's place in the top flight was secure.
|1994–95||The club is founded as Qadsia Sporting Club.|
|1997–98||Won the Qatari 2nd Division Cup.|
|2002–03||Won promotion from the Qatargas League.|
|2002–03||U–19 team won the league.|
|2002–03||Changed name to "Al Sailiya".|
|2003–04||Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.|
|2003–04||U–19 team won the league.|
|2004–05||Won the Qatari 2nd Division Cup.|
|2004–05||Won promotion from the Qatargas League.|
|2005–06||Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.|
|2006–07||Won promotion from the Qatargas League.|
|2010–11||Team relegated from the Qatar Stars League.|
|2011–12||Won promotion from the Qatargas League.|
Built in 1995, the Al-Sailiya Stadium covers 60,000 m² and features a football pitches with a capacity for 1,500 people, two training pitches, locker rooms, an administrative office and other administrative buildings. However, due to its insufficient capacity and facilities, the club frequently uses Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium as its homegrounds.
As of Qatar Stars League:
Other players under contract
This list includes players whom have made significant contributions to their national team and to the club. At least 100 caps for the club or 80 caps for their national team is needed to be considered for inclusion.
Current technical staff
Last update: 20 December 2014.
As of 6 June 2012.