Seeb (football club)

Al Seeb (Arabic: السيب) is a Omani football team playing at the top level. The club is located in Seeb, Muscat the capital of Oman, around 12 km far from Muscat International Airport. Their home stadium is Seeb Stadium. Seeb Club is one of the most successful sport club in Oman and having very big popularity in Muscat. The club's main colors are yellow and green.



Al Seeb Club was founded in 1972 after merging four different small teams (Watan, Butolah, Hilal, and Fida) in Seeb area. The four teams agreed after several meeting in between to unite together and form Al Seeb as the name for the new club after the area.

Shihab Bin Tariq (chairman)

Shihab Bin Tariq the bright name in Al Seeb Club. He is the leader and chairman in Seeb Club since 1982 and he is one of the main person who brought the club to glories and great achievements. He entered the club in 1975 after completing his university studies and started with the club playing for the volleyball first team, and was participating in other games such as football, basketball, and table tennis. His father was also a sportsman as he was a hockey player and a swimmer.


1996, 1997, 1998


Performance in AFC Competitions

1996: First Round

1997/98: First Round
1998/99: First Round

Current squad

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