Arab School Games

Little information is known about the football tournaments in this series over the years. Additional data are welcomed by the author (nfm24[AT]cantab.net).

The earliest editions were arranged by the sporting authorities of Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria for competition between school students from these countries. Football, basketball, and volleyball have been played since the beginning in 1949, and athletics since 1951. After a hiatus, the Games was relaunched in the early 1960s under Arab League sponsorship. Female students were first allowed to participate in 1973. Futsal, for both genders, has been included since 2008. Modern editions are organized by the Arab Union for Physical Education and School Sports (AUPESS).

Palmarčs
 No. Year  Winner                    Host
  -  1949  Egypt                     Lebanon
  -  1951  Egypt                     Egypt
  -  1952                            Syria
  -  1954                            Lebanon
  1  1963  Egypt                     Kuwait
  2  1964  [not held]
  3  1966                            Syria
  4  1971  Algeria                   Iraq
  5  1973                            Lebanon
  6  1975  Iraq                      Egypt
  7  1977                            Libya
  8  1979  Iraq                      Somalia
  9  1986                            Tunisia
 10        [not held]
 11        [not held]
 12  1998                            Morocco
 13  2000  [not held]
 14  2002                            Lebanon
 15  2004                            Saudi Arabia
 16  2006  Iraq                      Algeria
 17  2008  Egypt                     Jordan
 18  2010  Iraq                      Lebanon
 19  2012  Iraq                      Kuwait

Note: the official numbering system (as given above) does not include the four earliest editions
      but does include several editions which were not actually held, as indicated.


Arab Schools Football Championship

In addition to the omnisports Games, a separate football-only championship has been held in more recent years.

Palmarčs
 No. Year  Winner                    Host
  1  1999                            Egypt
  2  2001                            Lebanon
  3  2007  Yemen                     Yemen
  4  2011  Jordan                    Saudi Arabia
  5  2013  Tunisia                   Tunisia


1949 Arab School Games in Lebanon

Held in December.

Semi-finals

11-12-1949 Iraq         2-4 Lebanon

IRAQ: Mahmoud Yasin; Hashim Abdul-Jalil, Saadi Abdul-Karim, Mohammed Sabie, Ayad Al-Khudhair,
Lutfi Abdul-Qadir, Saleem Yahya, Abu Bakir Abdullah, Hussein Alwan, Abdul-Sattar Abdul-Wahab,
Saadi Salih.
LEBANON: Joseph Nalbandian, Nakozi Haddad, Baroudi Agamgjian, Harb, Kasserian, Manouk, Fakhri
Allameh, Sargis, Ghazaleh, Pantokat
Referee: Tayser Mashnouk (Syria)

15-12-1949 Egypt        4-2 Syria

Final
18-12-1949 Egypt        2-0 Lebanon



1951 Arab School Games in Egypt


 6- 4-1951 Syria        1-1 Lebanon
 7- 4-1951 Egypt        2-0 Iraq
 9- 4-1951 Lebanon      2-1 Iraq
10- 4-1951 Egypt        1-0 Syria
12- 4-1951 Syria        1-0 Iraq
12- 4-1951 Egypt        2-1 Lebanon

 1.Egypt         3  3  0  0  5- 1  6
 2.Syria         3  1  1  1  2- 2  3
 3.Lebanon       3  1  1  1  4- 4  3
 4.Iraq          3  0  0  3  1- 5  0


1954 Arab School Games in Lebanon

Known result:
Egypt        2-1 Iraq





1963 Arab School Games in Kuwait

Held in November.

Known results:
Tunisia      1-0 Iraq
Egypt        5-2 Saudi Arabia
  [Ezzeldin Yaqoub x3, El-Bahr Gassour, Hassán / ?]
Egypt        2-2 Tunisia              [Quarter-final ?]
  [El-Bahr Gassour, Hamadallah / ?]
Egypt        4-1 Lebanon              [Final?]
  [El-Bahr Gassour, Hamadallah, Ezzeldin Yaqoub / ?]



1971 Arab School Games in Iraq


Group 1
15-11-1971 Algeria      1-0 Egypt
16-11-1971 Palestine    2-2 South Yemen
  -11-1971 Egypt         -  South Yemen
  -11-1971 Algeria       -  Palestine
20-11-1971 Algeria      2-1 South Yemen
20-11-1971 Egypt        6-2 Palestine

 1.ALGERIA        2  2  0  0  3- 1  4
 2.EGYPT          2  1  0  1  6- 3  2
  .South Yemen    2  0  1  1  3- 4  1
  .Palestine      2  0  1  1  4- 8  1

Group 2
16-11-1971 Iraq         1-0 Lebanon
             [Jassem Ghazi 39']
  -11-1971 Kuwait        -  Lebanon
19-11-1971 Iraq         3-1 Kuwait

 1.IRAQ           2  2  0  0  4- 1  4
 2.KUWAIT         1  0  0  1  1- 3  0
 3.Lebanon        1  0  0  1  0- 1  0

Semi-finals
21-11-1971 Iraq         0-1 Egypt
21-11-1971 Algeria      4-3 Kuwait

Third place match
23-11-1971 Iraq         0-3 Kuwait

Final
24-11-1971 Algeria      1-0 Egypt



1973 Arab School Games in Lebanon


Known results:
Iraq         2-2 Qatar
Iraq         0-0 Algeria



1975 Arab School Games in Egypt

Held at Alexandria.

Group A
 3- 8-1975 Saudi Arabia  6-1 Syria
             [Foad Abdelshakour x3, Al-Shoubeiki x2, Tareq Kamal / Ghassan]
 3- 8-1975 Libya         7-0 North Yemen
 4- 8-1975 Syria        11-0 North Yemen
 4- 8-1975 Saudi Arabia  3-2 Libya
             [Foad Abdelshakour, Tareq Kayal x2 / Abdelrazeq Salem, Mostafa Hamad]
 5- 8-1975 Syria         3-1 Libya
 5- 8-1975 Saudi Arabia 11-0 North Yemen

 1.SAUDI ARABIA   3  3  0  0 20- 3  6
 2.SYRIA          3  2  0  1 15- 7  4
 3.Libya          3  1  0  2 10- 6  2
 4.North Yemen    3  0  0  3  0-29  0

Group B
 3- 8-1975 Sudan         5-0 Palestine
 3- 8-1975 Morocco       2-1 Somalia
             [Amri Omar, Samir / Mohamed Hassan Shifalo]
 4- 8-1975 Sudan         2-2 Somalia
 4- 8-1975 Palestine     1-4 Morocco
 5- 8-1975 Sudan         0-0 Morocco
 5- 8-1975 Palestine     0-0 Somalia

 1.MOROCCO        3  2  1  0  6- 2  5
 2.SUDAN          3  1  2  0  7- 2  4
 3.Somalia        3  0  2  1  3- 4  2
 4.Palestine      3  0  1  2  1- 9  1

Group C
 3- 8-1975 Egypt         1-0 Kuwait
             [Mohamed Amer]
 4- 8-1975 Iraq          0-0 Kuwait
 5- 8-1975 Egypt         1-1 Iraq
             [El-Kafraoui / Nazar Ashraf]

 1.EGYPT          2  1  1  0  2- 1  3
 2.IRAQ           2  0  2  0  1- 1  2  [team consisted mostly of Iraq U-19 players]
 3.Kuwait         2  0  1  1  0- 1  1
  .Mauritania     withdrew

Group D (only 2 results known)
 5- 8-1975 UAE           1-1 South Yemen
 5- 8-1975 Qatar         2-1 Jordan

 1.SOUTH YEMEN
 2.UAE
 3.Qatar
 4.Jordan

Quarter-finals
 7- 8-1975 Iraq          2-1 South Yemen
 7- 8-1975 Egypt         3-0 Sudan
             [Mahmoud Fawzi, Ahmed Abdelhalim x2]
 7- 8-1975 Saudi Arabia  2-0 UAE
 7- 8-1975 Syria         5-4 Morocco

Semi-finals
 9- 8-1975 Iraq          1-0 Syria
 9- 8-1975 Egypt         2-0 Saudi Arabia
             [Mohamed Amer, Mohamed Said]

Third place match
unknown

Final
12- 8-1975 Egypt         0-0 Iraq     (3-4 pen)
             [penalty shoot-out: Mohammed Faraj    0-1, Ibrahim Ali        1-1;
                                 Ahmed Abdul-Halim 1-1, Wathiq Aswad       1-2;
                                 Al-Madbouli       2-2, Nazar Ashraf       2-3;
                                 Mohammed Salim    3-3, Talib Muhsin       3-3;
                                 Mohammed Amer     3-3, Raad Hammoudi (GK) 3-4]


1977 Arab School Games in Libya

Held in October

Known results:
Iraq         7-0 Mauritania
Iraq          -  Comoros      [note: Comoros was not a member of the Arab League at the time]
Syria        1-0 Iraq
Kuwait       3-0 Iraq
Iraq         5-1 Syria



1979 Arab School Games in Somalia

Known results:
Somalia      1-1 Iraq
Iraq         5-0 Djibouti
Iraq         3-0 Jordan

Final
Iraq         2-0 Somalia



2006 Arab School Games, in Algeria

Group A
 4- 9-2006 Iraq         2-1 Saudi Arabia   [Stade de Zéralda]
             [Ali Salih Hashim 33', Alaa Kheiri Haloub 80' / Abdul-Majid Fahed Al-Dossary]
 4- 9-2006 Libya        1-1 Kuwait         [Stade de Hydra]
             [Mohammed Nassir El-Hadi / Badir Warad Safiri]
 6- 9-2006 Saudi Arabia 1-0 Libya          [Stade de Zéralda]
             [Abdul-Majid Fahed Al-Dossary]
 6- 9-2006 Iraq         2-2 Kuwait         [Stade de Hydra]
             [Ali Salih Hashim 38' 43' / Abdullah Abdul-Latif Al-Awodh 47', Badir Al-Dhafiri 85']
 9- 9-2006 Kuwait       2-3 Saudi Arabia   [Stade de Zéralda]
             [Hamoud Dawud x2 / Walid Al-Mutairi, Abdul-Majid Fahed Al-Dossary, ? OG]
 9- 9-2006 Iraq         4-0 Libya          [Stade de Hydra]
             [Alaa Shamal 17', Alaa Khalid 36', Alaa Kheiri 52' pen, Ali Salih 84']
             [Iraq: Hussein Shalan, Akram Jabar, Qasim Zaidan, Yassir Qasim, Alaa Shamal (Walid Abdullah 65'),
                    Assad Khalaf, Yousef Kamil (Ali Salhad 79'), Alaa Khalid, Alaa Kheiri, Hassan Mahawy
                    (Khalid Saeed 74'), Najim Hashim.  Coach: Sabah Jumaa.]
             [Libya: Ahmed Abdul-Salam, Abdul-Matlab Sadek, Mohammed Najad, Ahmed Hamad (Muheddin 68'),
                     Mohammed Issa, Mohammed Basher, Mahmoud Ali, Abdul-Aziz Al-Hadi, Taher Saleh,
                     Mohanad.  Coach: Abdullah Muftah.]

 1.IRAQ           3  2  1  0  8- 3  7
 2.SAUDI ARABIA   3  2  0  1  5- 4  6
 3.Kuwait         3  0  2  1  5- 6  2
 4.Libya          3  0  1  2  1- 6  1

Group B
 3- 9-2006 Syria        n/p Mauritania     [Stade de Zéralda]  
 3- 9-2006 Algeria      1-1 Yemen          [Stade de Hydra]
             [Achour Abdelrahman / Mohammed Naji Salim]
             [Algeria: Ben Meddour, Saifi, Kaddouri, Hamudan (Khalfani 65'), Kerkari, Behawi, Noubali (Cherka 75'),
                       Hechoud, Cherifi (Nejjar 50'), Kettah.  Coach: Koukam Abdel-Malek.]
             [Yemen: Anwar El-Samour, Anis Hassan, Hamza Al-Anbari, Hadi Salem (Rashid Al-Ghashi 26'), Adnan Adhlat,
                     Ahmed El-Zouawi, Mohammed Najih Salim (Shadi 55'), Samar Hassan (Mohammed El-Jirani 66'),
                     Tarek Salem, Fatih Kabazi, Youssef Sayiadi.  Coach: Sami Naas.]
 5- 9-2006 Mauritania   n/p Yemen          [Stade de Zéralda]
 5- 9-2006 Algeria      3-1 Syria          [Stade de Hydra]
             [Kerkari Abdelrahmane, Heshoud Abdelrahmane, Noeli Fateh / Wasim Zeidani]
 7- 9-2006 Mauritania   n/p Algeria        [Stade de Zéralda]
 7- 9-2006 Yemen        1-0 Syria          [Stade de Hydra]
             [Tarek Salem]

 1.ALGERIA        2  1  1  0  4- 2  4
 2.YEMEN          2  1  1  0  2- 1  4
 3.Syria          2  0  0  2  1- 4  0
 -.Mauritania     withdrew
 
Semi-finals
11- 9-2006 Iraq         4-0 Yemen          [Stade de Zéralda]
             [Assad Khalaf, Alaa Khalid, Alaa Kheiri x2]
11- 9-2006 Algeria      1-2 Saudi Arabia

Fifth place match
  - 9-2006 Kuwait       1-5 Syria

Third place match
13- 9-2006 Yemen        1-3 Algeria        [Stade de Hydra]
             [Youssef Al-Abbadi / Abdelrahmane Kerkari, Abdelrahmane Ashrar x2]
 
Final
13- 9-2006 Iraq         2-1 Saudi Arabia   [Stade de Hydra]
             [Alaa Kheiri x2 / Abdul-Rahim Hizawi]

Official awards:
 Best player     : Ahmed Kernashi (Saudi Arabia)
 Top scorer      : Alaa Kheiri Haloub (Iraq), 6 goals
 Best goalkeeper : Mouner Ben Meddour (Algeria)
 Fair play award : Syria
 


2007 Arab School Football Championship, in Yemen

Some results unknown.

Group A [at Sana'a]
20- 8-2007 Syria        2-0 Qatar
20- 8-2007 Egypt        0-0 Saudi Arabia
21- 8-2007 Saudi Arabia 3-1 Qatar
21- 8-2007 U.A.E.       4-1 Egypt
23- 8-2007 Saudi Arabia 1-1 U.A.E.
23- 8-2007 Egypt        0-0 Syria
  - 8-2007 Saudi Arabia  -  Syria
  - 8-2007 Qatar         -  U.A.E.
  - 8-2007 Egypt         -  Qatar
  - 8-2007 Syria         -  U.A.E.

 1.SAUDI ARABIA   3  1  2  0  4- 2  5
 2.U.A.EMIRATES   2  1  1  0  5- 2  4
 3.Syria          2  1  1  0  2- 0  4
 4.Egypt          3  0  2  1  1- 4  2
 5.Qatar          2  0  0  2  1- 5  0
NB: table without unknown results

Group B [at Dhamar]
21- 8-2007 Algeria      2-0 Jordan
21- 8-2007 Yemen        6-0 Palestine
23- 8-2007 Algeria      0-0 Palestine
23- 8-2007 Yemen        0-0 Jordan
25- 8-2007 Jordan        -  Palestine
25- 8-2007 Yemen         -  Algeria

 1.YEMEN          2  1  1  0  6- 0  4
 2.ALGERIA        2  1  1  0  2- 0  4
 3.JORDAN         2  0  1  1  0- 2  1
 4.Palestine      2  0  1  1  0- 6  1
NB: table without unknown results

Group C [at Aden]
21- 8-2007 Iraq         3-0 Sudan          [at 22 May Stadium, Aden]
             [Alaa Khalid 29, Salar Abdul-Jabar 49, Hussein Jafar 58]
21- 8-2007 Morocco      0-1 Kuwait
23- 8-2007 Iraq         1-1 Morocco
23- 8-2007 Sudan        0-0 Kuwait
25- 8-2007 Iraq         1-1 Kuwait
25- 8-2007 Sudan         -  Morocco

 1.IRAQ           3  1  2  0  5- 2  5
 2.KUWAIT         3  1  2  0  2- 1  5
 3.MOROCCO        2  0  1  1  1- 2  1
 4.Sudan          2  0  1  1  0- 3  1
NB: table without unknown result

Quarter-finals [at Sana'a]
28- 8-2007 Iraq         0-0 Morocco      [4-2 pen]
28- 8-2007 Kuwait       1-0 Jordan
28- 8-2007 Yemen        3-0 Saudi Arabia
28- 8-2007 U.A.E.       1-1 Algeria      [4-2 pen]

Semi-finals [at Sana'a]
29- 8-2007 Iraq         1-1 U.A.E.       [3-2 pen]
             [Hussein Mohammed 58 / Theyab Awana 13]
29- 8-2007 Yemen        0-0 Kuwait       [8-7 pen]

Third place match [at Sana'a]
31- 8-2007 Kuwait       w/o U.A.E.       [withdrew]

Final [at Sana'a]
31- 8-2007 Yemen        2-1 Iraq

Official awards:
 Top scorer      : Abdullah Yaslam (Yemen), 5 goals
 Best player     : Yahya Al-Shari (Saudi Arabia)
 Best goalkeeper : Malek Boualem (Algeria)
 Fair-play award : Morocco


2008 Arab School Games, in Jordan

20th August to 1st September.

Group A
Qatar        3-1 Iraq
Qatar        0-1 Jordan
Qatar        3-0 Kuwait
Qatar        3-1 Libya
Iraq         1-0 Jordan
Iraq         6-1 Kuwait
Iraq         2-1 Libya
Jordan       2-2 Kuwait
Jordan       5-0 Libya
Kuwait       2-2 Libya

 1.QATAR         4  3  0  1  9- 3  9   
 2.IRAQ          4  3  0  1 10- 5  9
 3.Jordan        4  2  1  1  8- 3  7
 4.Kuwait        4  0  2  2  5-13  2
 5.Libya         4  0  1  3  4-12  1

Group B
Syria        4-1 Egypt
Syria        1-1 Algeria
Syria        2-1 Saudi Arabia
Syria        2-1 Sudan
Egypt        2-2 Algeria
Egypt        4-2 Saudi Arabia
Egypt        2-1 Sudan
Algeria      2-2 Saudi Arabia
Algeria      2-1 Sudan
Saudi Arabia 3-0 Sudan

 1.SYRIA         4  3  1  0  9- 4 10
 2.EGYPT         4  2  1  1  9- 9  7
 3.Algeria       4  1  3  0  7- 6  6
 4.Saudi Arabia  4  1  1  2  8- 8  4
 5.Sudan         4  0  0  4  3- 9  0

Semi-finals
Egypt        2-1 Qatar
Syria        1-0 Iraq

Third place match
Qatar        3-2 Iraq  (after penalties)

Final
Egypt        1-0 Syria


Women's Futsal

Jordan reportedly won the gold medal.



2010 Arab School Games, in Lebanon

Held from 25th July to 6th August.

Men's Football

Group A
Saudi Arabia 1-1 Egypt
Saudi Arabia 3-3 U.A.E.
Saudi Arabia 3-1 Algeria
Egypt        2-1 U.A.E.
Egypt        1-1 Algeria
U.A.E.       3-1 Algeria

 1.SAUDI ARABIA  3  1  2  0  7- 5  5
 2.EGYPT         3  1  2  0  4- 3  5
 3.U.A.Emirates  3  1  1  1  7- 6  4
 4.Algeria       3  0  1  2  3- 7  1        

Group B
Sudan        0-1 Iraq
Sudan        2-1 Syria
Sudan        3-2 Lebanon
Iraq         1-0 Syria
Iraq         1-2 Lebanon
Syria        2-0 Lebanon

 1.SUDAN         3  2  0  1  5- 4  6
 2.IRAQ          3  2  0  1  3- 2  6
 3.Syria         3  1  0  2  3- 3  3
 4.Lebanon       3  1  0  2  4- 6  3

Semi-finals
Iraq         1-1 Saudi Arabia     [Iraq on penalties]
Egypt        1-0 Sudan

Third place match
Saudi Arabia 3-1 Sudan

Final
Iraq         2-1 Egypt


Men's Futsal

Lebanon      5-4 Kuwait
Lebanon      4-7 Iraq
Lebanon      6-4 Saudi Arabia
Lebanon     13-1 Qatar
Kuwait       6-3 Iraq
Kuwait       8-4 Saudi Arabia
Kuwait       7-1 Qatar
Iraq         5-5 Saudi Arabia
Iraq         7-1 Qatar
Saudi Arabia 7-3 Qatar

 1.Lebanon       4  3  0  1 28-16  9
 2.Kuwait        4  3  0  1 25-13  9
 3.Iraq          4  2  1  1 22-16  7
 4.Saudi Arabia  4  1  1  2 20-22  4
 5.Qatar         4  0  0  4  6-34  0

Women's Futsal

Lebanon      4-4 Syria
Lebanon      5-4 Jordan
Jordan       2-1 Syria 

 1.Lebanon       2  1  1  0  9- 8  4
 2.Jordan        2  1  0  1  6- 6  3
 3.Syria         2  0  1  1  5- 6  1


2011 Arab School Football and Athletics Championship, in Saudi Arabia

All matches were played at Taif.

Group A
28- 9-2011 Algeria      2-2 Sudan
29- 9-2011 Sudan        2-1 Egypt
30- 9-2011 Algeria      3-0 Egypt

 1.ALGERIA       2  1  1  0  5- 2  4
 2.SUDAN         2  1  1  0  4- 3  4
 3.Egypt         2  0  0  2  1- 5  0

Group B
28- 9-2011 Palestine    0-0 Iraq
29- 9-2011 Qatar        5-3 Palestine
30- 9-2011 Iraq         4-0 Qatar

 1.IRAQ          2  1  1  0  4- 0  4
 2.QATAR         2  1  0  1  5- 7  3
 3.Palestine     2  0  1  1  3- 5  1

Group C
28- 9-2011 Morocco      3-3 Kuwait
29- 9-2011 Kuwait       2-2 Jordan
30- 9-2011 Jordan       2-1 Morocco

 1.JORDAN        2  1  1  0  4- 3  4
 2.KUWAIT        2  0  2  0  5- 5  2
 3.Morocco       2  0  1  1  4- 5  1

Group D
28- 9-2011 Saudi Arabia 2-0 Lebanon
29- 9-2011 Saudi Arabia 3-0 U.A.E.
30- 9-2011 Lebanon      3-3 U.A.E.

 1.SAUDI ARABIA  2  2  0  0  5- 0  6
 2.LEBANON       2  0  1  1  3- 5  1
 3.U.A.Emirates  2  0  1  1  3- 6  1

Quarter-finals
 2-10-2011 Algeria      5-1 Lebanon
 2-10-2011 Iraq         5-1 Kuwait
 2-10-2011 Jordan       1-0 Qatar
 2-10-2011 Saudi Arabia 6-1 Sudan

Semi-finals
 4-10-2011 Algeria      2-1 Iraq
 4-10-2011 Jordan       1-0 Saudi Arabia

Third place match
 6-10-2011 Iraq         1-0 Saudi Arabia

Final
 6-10-2011 Jordan       2-1 Algeria       [AET]



2012 Arab School Games, in Kuwait

Men's Football

Group A [at Thamir Stadium]
 7- 9-2012 Algeria      1-1 Iraq
 7- 9-2012 Saudi Arabia 4-0 Jordan
 9- 9-2012 Iraq         1-0 Saudi Arabia
 9- 9-2012 Algeria      3-2 Jordan
11- 9-2012 Iraq         3-1 Jordan
11- 9-2012 Algeria      0-0 Saudi Arabia

 1.IRAQ          3  2  1  0  5- 2  7
 2.ALGERIA       3  1  2  0  4- 3  5
 3.Saudi Arabia  3  1  1  1  4- 1  4
 4.Jordan        3  0  0  3  3-10  0

Group B [at Ali Sabah Al-Salem Stadium]
 7- 9-2012 Libya        2-0 Qatar
 7- 9-2012 Kuwait       7-4 Sudan
 9- 9-2012 Libya        2-1 Sudan
 9- 9-2012 Kuwait       1-1 Qatar
11- 9-2012 Libya        2-1 Kuwait
11- 9-2012 Qatar        3-1 Sudan

 1.LIBYA         3  3  0  0  6- 2  9
 2.KUWAIT        3  1  1  1  9- 7  4
 3.Qatar         3  1  1  1  4- 4  4
 4.Sudan         3  0  0  3  6-12  0

Semi-finals
13- 9-2012 Iraq         3-0 Kuwait         [at Ali Sabah Al-Salem Stadium]
13- 9-2012 Algeria      2-0 Libya          [at Thamir Stadium]

Third place match
15- 9-2012 Kuwait       0-0 Libya          [10-9 pen]

Final
15- 9-2012 Iraq         2-1 Algeria        [AET; at Ali Sabah Al-Salem Stadium]
             [Ali Qasem 49', Ridha Nasr 103' pen / Taib Mohamed 67']
             [Sent off: Mohamed Mekdache (Algeria)]

Official awards:
 Top scorer      : Mohamed Mekdache (Algeria)
 Best player     : Mohammed Khalil (Kuwait)
 Best goalkeeper : Abdel Rauf (Libya)
 Fair play award : Qatar


Men's Futsal

Known results:
  - 9-2012 Jordan       2-1 Saudi Arabia
  - 9-2012 Jordan       5-1 Kuwait
  - 9-2012 Saudi Arabia 7-5 Libya
  - 9-2012 Jordan       7-3 Libya

Third place match
15- 9-2012 Kuwait       3-0 Saudi Arabia

Final
15- 9-2012 Jordan       8-7 Iraq


Women's Futsal

Known results:
 8- 9-2012 Jordan      33-0 Kuwait
 8- 9-2012 Iraq        20-0 Qatar
 8- 9-2012 Morocco     25-0 U.A.E.
 9- 9-2012 Jordan      22-0 U.A.E.
  - 9-2012 U.A.E.       8-5 Kuwait
11- 9-2012 Jordan       7-3 Morocco
13- 9-2012 Iraq        11-1 U.A.E.
15- 9-2012 Jordan        -  Iraq

Note: final placings unclear; the gold medal was won by either Jordan or Iraq.



2013 Arab School Football Championship, in Tunisia

Group A [at Hammamet]
 5- 9-2013 Jordan       2-1 Palestine
 5- 9-2013 Morocco      1-0 Qatar
 6- 9-2013 Jordan       0-3 Qatar
 6- 9-2013 Morocco      5-0 Palestine
 8- 9-2013 Morocco      6-4 Jordan
 8- 9-2013 Qatar        2-0 Palestine

 1.MOROCCO       3  3  0  0 12- 4  9
 2.QATAR         3  2  0  1  5- 1  6
 3.Jordan        3  1  0  2  6-10  3
 4.Palestine     3  0  0  3  1- 9  0

Group B [at Béni-Khalled]
 5- 9-2013 Yemen        1-1 Sudan
 5- 9-2013 U.A.E.       2-0 Algeria
 6- 9-2013 Yemen        2-0 Algeria
 6- 9-2013 U.A.E.       2-1 Sudan
 8- 9-2013 Algeria      1-0 Sudan
 8- 9-2013 U.A.E.       1-0 Yemen

 1.U.A.EMIRATES  3  3  0  0  5- 1  9
 2.YEMEN         3  1  1  1  3- 2  4
 3.Algeria       3  1  0  2  1- 4  3
 4.Sudan         3  0  1  2  2- 4  1

Group C [at Grombalia]
 5- 9-2013 Iraq         3-0 Kuwait
 5- 9-2013 Tunisia      2-0 Oman
 6- 9-2013 Oman         2-1 Iraq
 6- 9-2013 Tunisia      5-0 Kuwait
 8- 9-2013 Tunisia      1-1 Iraq
 8- 9-2013 Oman         4-0 Kuwait

 1.TUNISIA       3  2  1  0  8- 1  7
 2.OMAN          3  2  0  1  6- 3  6
 3.Iraq          3  1  1  1  5- 3  4
 4.Kuwait        3  0  0  3  0-12  0

Group D [at Nabeul]
 5- 9-2013 Saudi Arabia 3-2 Libya
 6- 9-2013 Saudi Arabia 2-1 Lebanon
 8- 9-2013 Lebanon      2-1 Libya

 1.SAUDI ARABIA  2  2  0  0  5- 3  6
 2.LEBANON       2  1  0  1  3- 3  3
 3.Libya         2  0  0  2  3- 5  0

Quarter-finals
10- 9-2013 Yemen        1-1 Morocco      [2-0 pen; Stade Hammamet]
10- 9-2013 Tunisia      3-1 Lebanon      [Stade Béni-Khalled]
10- 9-2013 Qatar        3-2 U.A.E.       [Stade Grombalia]
10- 9-2013 Saudi Arabia 2-0 Oman         [Stade Nabeul]

Semi-finals
11- 9-2013 Tunisia      2-0 Qatar        [Stade Béni-Khalled]
11- 9-2013 Yemen        1-0 Saudi Arabia [Stade Nabeul]

Third place match
12- 9-2013 Qatar        0-0 Saudi Arabia [4-2 pen; Stade Nabeul]

Final
13- 9-2013 Tunisia      2-1 Yemen        [Stade Chedly Zouiten]



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Sources included: various Arab newspapers and news agencies, www.niiiis.com, www.aupess.org.ma

Prepared and maintained by Neil Morrison, Hassanin Mubarak, and Khaled Abul-Oyoun for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Neil Morrison, Hassanin Mubarak, and Khaled Abul-Oyoun
Last updated: 1 Sep 2016

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