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Hilal Ibn Ali
Hilal (hilāl هلال) is the Arabic for "crescent", in particular the crescent Moon visible after a new Moon, determining the beginning of a month, see Hilal (crescent moon) and Islamic calendar
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Crescent
A crescent shape (/ˈkrɛsənt/, British English
British English
also /ˈkrɛzənt/[1]) is a symbol or emblem used to represent the lunar phase in the first quarter (the "sickle moon"), or by extension a symbol representing the Moon
Moon
itself. It is used as the astrological symbol for the Moon, and hence as the alchemical symbol for silver. It was also the emblem of Diana/Artemis, and hence represented virginity
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Al-Hilal SC (Al-Ubayyid)
El Hilal Sports Club El Obeid or simply El Hilal El Obeid is a Sudanese sports club established in 1931 based in Al-Ubayyid
Al-Ubayyid
(El Obeid). It is active in the Sudan
Sudan
Premier League and participated for the first time in the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup.[1]Contents1 Achievements 2 Performance CAF competitions 3 Performance CECAFA Competitions 4 Current Squad 2018 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksAchievements[edit] Sudan
Sudan
CupRunners-up (1): 2016Al-Ubayid LeaguePerformance CAF competitions[edit]CAF Confederation Cup:2 appearance2017 – Quarter-finals 2018 -Performance CECAFA Competitions[edit]CECAFA Clubs Cup: 1 appearance1984 – Group stageCurrent Squad 2018[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it
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African Handball Champions League
The African Handball
Handball
Champions League is an annual international club handball competition run by the African Handball
Handball
Confederation
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Asian Club League Handball Championship
The Asian Handball
Handball
Club League Championship is the official competition organised by Asian Handball Federation
Asian Handball Federation
for the men's handball clubs of Asia, and takes place every year
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2009 Asian Men's Club Volleyball Championship
The 2009 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 10th staging of the AVC Club Championships
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Al-Hilal FC
Al-Hilal Saudi Football Club, is a Saudi Arabian professional multi-sports club based in Riyadh. The football team plays in the Saudi Professional League. Founded on 16 October 1957, it is one of four teams to have participated in all seasons of the Saudi Professional League
Saudi Professional League
since its establishment in 1976
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2000–01 Bahraini Premier League
Statistics of Bahraini Premier League in season 2000/2001. Overview[edit] It was performed in 12 teams, and Muharraq Club
Muharraq Club
won the championship. League standings[edit]Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts1 Muharraq Club 22 16 4 2 62 22 522 Busaiteen Club 22 13 6 3 54 30 453 West Riffa 22 11 7 4 43 23 404 Al-Ahli 22 8 7 7 40 28 315 Essa Town 22 9 4 9 37 38 316 East Riffa Club 22 7 7 8
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Al-Hilal SC (Benghazi)
Al-Hilal Sports Cultural & Social Club (Arabic: نادي الهلال الرياضي الثقافي الاجتماعي‎) also known as Al-Hilal Benghazi
Benghazi
is a Libyan football club based in Benghazi, Libya.Contents1 Crest 2 Honours 3 Performance in CAF competitions 4 Current players 5 External linksCrest[edit]Former logoCurrent logoHonours[edit]Libyan Premier LeagueRunners-up (2): 1964–65, 2000Libyan CupWinners (1): 2000–02 Runners-up (4): 1976–77, 1997–98, 2003
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Al-Hilal (Salalah)
Salalah
Salalah
Sport Club (Arabic: نادي صلالة الرياضي‎; also known locally as Al-Nimoor, or "The Tiger(s)", or just plainly as Salalah) is an Omani football club based in Salalah, Oman.[1] Their home ground is Al-Saada Stadium, but they also recognize the older Salalah Sports Complex as their home ground
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Gaza Strip League
Gaza Strip Premier League is one of the two top divisions of the Palestinian Football Association
Palestinian Football Association
that founded in 1984.[1] The other is the West Bank Premier League.[2]Contents1 Clubs (2015-16) 2 Champions 3 References 4 External linksClubs (2015-16)[edit]Al-Hilal Gaza Al-Ittihad Khan Yunis Al-Ittih
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Al-Hilal Club (Omdurman)
Al Hilal Educational Club (Arabic: نادي الهلال للتربية‎) also known as Al Hilal for a short, is a Sudanese football club.Contents1 Name and history1.1 Idea 1.2 1930 Squad and Officers2 First Administration 3 First Squad (1930) 4 Presidential history 5 Managerial history 6 Captain history 7 Achievements7.1 National 7.2 Regional8 Performance in CAF competitions 9 Performance in UAFA Competitions 10 Performance in Cecafa Clubs Competitions 11 Motto 12 Current squad (2018) 13 References 14 External linksName and history[edit] The name Hilāl is the Arabic word for crescent – a name chosen on a night when the crescent of the moon was visible in Omdurman
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Al-Hilal (basketball)
Al-Hilal is a professional basketball club based in the city of Riyadh in the Riyadh
Riyadh
Province, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
that plays in the Saudi Premier League.Contents1 Achievements 2 Notable players 3 References 4 External linksAchievements[edit] Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Premier League champion: 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994[1] Alnokhbah Championship winner: 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2008[2]Notable players[edit] Ahmed SamaterReferences[edit]^ Saudi Basketball
Basketball
Premier League ^ Saudi Alnokhbah BasketballExternal links[edit]Team profile at Asia-Basket.comv t e2016–17 Saudi Premier LeagueAl Ahli Al Ansar Al Arabi Al Fateh Al Hilal Al Ittihad Al Nahda Al Nasr Al Noor Al Salam Al Wahda Ohud MedinaThis Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
related article is a stub
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Al-Hilal ESC (Al-Fasher)
Al-Hilal Educational Sport Club (Arabic: نادي الهلال للتربية البدنية‎) also known as Hilal Al-Fasher
Al-Fasher
is a football club from Al-Fasher, Sudan. They play in the top level of Sudanese professional football, the Sudan
Sudan
Premier League. [1]Contents1 National 2 Stadium 3 References 4 External linksNational[edit] Sudan
Sudan
Premier LeagueChampion (0): Runners-up (0): Third Place (0): Fourth Place (0): 17 Place (1):2016 Sudan
Sudan
CupChampion (0): Runners-up (0): Semi-finals (0): Quarter-Finals (0): Round 16 (0): Round 32 (1):2016 Preliminary Round (0): Al-Fasher
Al-Fasher
LeagueChampion (0): Runners-up (0):Stadium[edit] Their home stadium is Al-Fasher
Al-Fasher
Stadium
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Al-Hilal SC (Port Sudan)
Hilal Alsahil Sports Club (Arabic: نادي هلال الساحل الرياضي‎) is a Sudanese football club founded in 1937 in Port Sudan. They play in the top division in Sudanese football, Sudan Premier League. Their home stadium is Stade Port Sudan
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Al-Hilal SC (Kadougli)
Al-Hilal Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الهلال الرياضي‎) also known as Hilal Kadougli
Kadougli
is a football club from Kadougli, Sudan.[1][2] They play in the top level of Sudanese professional football, the Sudan
Sudan
Premier League.[3][4]Contents1 Achievements 2 Current squad (2018) 3 References 4 External linksAchievements[edit] Kadougli
Kadougli
LeagueChampion ( ):Current squad (2018)[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA
FIFA
eligibility rules
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