CR Belouizdad

    City
    Algiers, Algeria
    Country
    Club Kit
    club kit photo
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    Chabab Riadhi de Belouizdad S.s.p.a[2][3][4] (Classical Arabic: الشّباب الرّياضيّ لبلوزداد, English Translation: Sporting Club of Belouizdad), known as Chabab Belouizdad or CR Belouizdad or simply CRB for short, is an Algerian association football club based in Algiers, Algeria, that plays in the Ligue Professionnelle 1, the top flight of Algerian football. The club has competed in the top division for a record 55 seasons (playing just one season in the second tier in 1988–1989). In 2016 the club was purchased by Djamel Ghazli and since his arrival has brought success to the club, winning multiple championships.

    CRB was founded on 15 July 1962,[5][6] ten days after the independence of Algeria, as Chabab Riadhi de Belcourt,[7] by the merger of two clubs from the same district, the Widad Riadhi de Belcourt and the Club Athéltique de Belcourt,[8][9] and has played at its current home ground, the 20 August 1955 Stadium, ever since.

    CRB has traditionally worn a white home kit with the red trademark "V" on the front since inception.

    CRB has produced several notable players and established itself as a major force in both Algerian and Maghrebin football during the 1960s and 1970s, winning 10 major trophies in 8 seasons.

    The Grand Chabab is one of the most successful clubs in Algeria, having won the domestic league title eight times, the Algerian Cup eight times, one Algerian League Cup, two Algerian Super Cups and the Maghreb Champions Cup a record three times but unfortunately no african title.

    In 2010, the White and Reds obtained professional status following a reform of the league to professionalize the Algerian football.[10] They won their first title of champion of Algeria at the end of the 1964–1965 season, three years after their creation.

    Madar Holding Group is, since 15 October 2018, the majority shareholder of the share capital of the sports company by shares CRB "Athletic", after acquiring 67% of the 75% of the shares held by the amateur sports Club (CSA), chaired by Karim Chettouf.[11][12] The board of directors is, since 22 September 2021, chaired by Mohamed Belhadj, replacing Mohamed Abrouk (who held this post after Charaf-Eddine Amara was elected President of the Algerian Football Federation on 16 April 2021), and will have a purely administrative mission, since it was agreed that everything related to the sport component will be managed by the new director general, Hocine Yahi, who agreed to hold this position on 30 March 2021, replacing Toufik Korichi. The first team is managed by Marcos Paquetá since 23 September 2021, replacing Zoran Manojlović.

    The club is still and has long been one of the most popular football teams in Algeria, and has local rivalries with neighbors MC Algiers,[13][14][15] NA Hussein Dey[16][17][18] and USM Algiers

    Fixtures
    CAF Champions League
    1 Apr 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Esperance de Tunis
    - -
    CR Belouizdad
    Latest Matches
    CAF Champions League
    17 Mar 2023
    - 10:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    2 0
    Zamalek Sporting Club
    CAF Champions League
    7 Mar 2023
    - 7:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    1 0
    Al Merrikh
    CAF Champions League
    24 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Al Merrikh
    1 0
    CR Belouizdad
    CAF Champions League
    17 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    0 1
    Esperance de Tunis
    CAF Champions League
    10 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Zamalek Sporting Club
    0 1
    CR Belouizdad
    Squad
    No players in the squad
    City
    Algiers, Algeria
    Country
    Club Kit
    club kit photo
    Social

    Chabab Riadhi de Belouizdad S.s.p.a[2][3][4] (Classical Arabic: الشّباب الرّياضيّ لبلوزداد, English Translation: Sporting Club of Belouizdad), known as Chabab Belouizdad or CR Belouizdad or simply CRB for short, is an Algerian association football club based in Algiers, Algeria, that plays in the Ligue Professionnelle 1, the top flight of Algerian football. The club has competed in the top division for a record 55 seasons (playing just one season in the second tier in 1988–1989). In 2016 the club was purchased by Djamel Ghazli and since his arrival has brought success to the club, winning multiple championships.

    CRB was founded on 15 July 1962,[5][6] ten days after the independence of Algeria, as Chabab Riadhi de Belcourt,[7] by the merger of two clubs from the same district, the Widad Riadhi de Belcourt and the Club Athéltique de Belcourt,[8][9] and has played at its current home ground, the 20 August 1955 Stadium, ever since.

    CRB has traditionally worn a white home kit with the red trademark "V" on the front since inception.

    CRB has produced several notable players and established itself as a major force in both Algerian and Maghrebin football during the 1960s and 1970s, winning 10 major trophies in 8 seasons.

    The Grand Chabab is one of the most successful clubs in Algeria, having won the domestic league title eight times, the Algerian Cup eight times, one Algerian League Cup, two Algerian Super Cups and the Maghreb Champions Cup a record three times but unfortunately no african title.

    In 2010, the White and Reds obtained professional status following a reform of the league to professionalize the Algerian football.[10] They won their first title of champion of Algeria at the end of the 1964–1965 season, three years after their creation.

    Madar Holding Group is, since 15 October 2018, the majority shareholder of the share capital of the sports company by shares CRB "Athletic", after acquiring 67% of the 75% of the shares held by the amateur sports Club (CSA), chaired by Karim Chettouf.[11][12] The board of directors is, since 22 September 2021, chaired by Mohamed Belhadj, replacing Mohamed Abrouk (who held this post after Charaf-Eddine Amara was elected President of the Algerian Football Federation on 16 April 2021), and will have a purely administrative mission, since it was agreed that everything related to the sport component will be managed by the new director general, Hocine Yahi, who agreed to hold this position on 30 March 2021, replacing Toufik Korichi. The first team is managed by Marcos Paquetá since 23 September 2021, replacing Zoran Manojlović.

    The club is still and has long been one of the most popular football teams in Algeria, and has local rivalries with neighbors MC Algiers,[13][14][15] NA Hussein Dey[16][17][18] and USM Algiers

    Fixtures
    CAF Champions League
    1 Apr 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Esperance de Tunis
    - -
    CR Belouizdad
    Latest Matches
    CAF Champions League
    17 Mar 2023
    - 10:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    2 0
    Zamalek Sporting Club
    CAF Champions League
    7 Mar 2023
    - 7:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    1 0
    Al Merrikh
    CAF Champions League
    24 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Al Merrikh
    1 0
    CR Belouizdad
    CAF Champions League
    17 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    CR Belouizdad
    0 1
    Esperance de Tunis
    CAF Champions League
    10 Jan 2023
    - 4:00 pm
    Zamalek Sporting Club
    0 1
    CR Belouizdad
    Squad
    No players in the squad
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