Red Star Tunis

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Red Star Tunis (2053612)
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managed by Lunacharsky
Full Name Red Star Tunis
Abbrevation RS Tunis
Slogan Nixor, Concordia, Socialisma
Team Colors Red, Beige, Yellow
Founded 09-01-2017
Country  Hattrick International/ Tounes
Region Tunis
Ranking 639
Stadium Stade Karl Marx
Capacity 65.000 seats
Fan club Les Révolutionnaires
Coach Spain Fiz Carballa
League IV.37
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Red Star Tunis (abbrevation RS Tunis) is a football team in Hattrick International, located in Tunisia. The team currently plays in league IV.37 of the Hattrick International Competition. They are the third team of manager Lunacharsky.

History

The Early Years

The team was created at the end of Season 63, as the third team of Lunacharsky. Tunisia was selected because Lunacharsky speaks French, like in Tunisia, and playing in a small country adds something interesting to the game: more possibilities for community building, training of U20 and NT players, and flag chasing.

Red Star Tunis started in League VI.266, and finished third in their very first season. This was enough for automatic promotion to 5th Division. The team played then in Division V.112. In their first season in this league, Red Star Tunis narrowly escaped relegation, avoiding direct relegation by securing a 5th position only on the final matchday. In the relegation/promotion play-off that followed, they defeated You'll Never Walk Alone with an astounding 7-0. In their second season in Division V.112, the team was more successful, starting the season with five consecutive wins. In the end, they finished second, and unexpectedly qualified for a qualification game for promotion to 4th Division. They won this match, and promoted to Division IV.37.

Fourth Division

In their first season in fourth division, Red Star Tunis fared relatively well. They were able to finish fourth, and guarantee as such another season in fourth division. The following 3 seasons, the team remained in fourth division, finishing 2nd, 4th and 5th in division IV.37. After finishing fifth in Season 70, they demoted again to fifth division, only to get back to fourth after winning division V.112 once again.

Name & Slogan

Team Name

The current name "Red Star Tunis" was introduced in December 2016, the day the Third Team was requested in Hattrick. It was decided to take the English name for the team, as Hattrick International is an international competition.

Slogan

The official slogan of the team is the same as SVV Red Star Brussels "Nixor, Concordia, Socialisma", or "Struggle, Solidarity, Socialism". It is also the slogan of the trotskyist party LSP in Belgium, of which many supporters of the RSB hometeam are members. The slogan expresses the sportive rivalry and competition between football teams, while on the same time stressing on the class unity between all workers of different teams, or like RSB President Jan Verhamme of the Red Star Brussels supporters' association put it: "Football rivalry is for one evening, class solidarity is forever"

Team colours, logo and kit

Team colours

The basic team color of Red Star Tunis is red. Yellow is the secondary color, beige a third color. The exact offical colours can be found in this overview:

Use Color Name Ex.
Primary Color Red
Secundary Color Yellow
Third Color Beige
Additional Color Creamy White

The Rode Ster Paramaribo logo is set in a white circle, surrounded by a yellow border, and topped by a red star. In the circle there is a fist clenching the Rose of Socialism, over a star. Under the logo the Tunisian flag can be found.

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The RST logo was developed by Galwayan, a French player who manages Hérisson FC (46961). Staff, players and supporters of Red Star Tunis are eternally grateful for the professional logo.

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Home and Away shirts used in Season 71, based on the shirts of Antwerp FC in the season 2017-18, their first season back in Belgiums top football tier.

Shirts

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Red Star Tunis currently uses the shirts of Antwerp FC in the season 2017-18, their first season back in Belgiums top football tier. They are red with a white middle line, and red and white striped socks. The away shirts are black with a golden middle line, and golden/black socks.

A history of the Red Star Tunis kits can be found at this page.

Supporters and official fan club

"Les Révolutionnaires" fan club

The official fan club of Red Star Tunis is called "Les Révolutionnaires" (or "Revolutionnairies" in English). Most of the members come from working-class neighbourhoods in Tunis. The fanclub currently has about 2 250 members.

RST supporters are well known socialists. They often fraternise with fanclubs from other socialist teams, and are known for their militant antiracist, antisexist and antidiscrimination attitude.

Supporters

Red Star Tunis currently has 8 Hattrick Users as official supporter.

Records and achievements

Records

Note: only official matches are considered.

Record Date Name Competition Result
Biggest Home Win 09-02-2018 Red Star Tunis - Lardlads IV.37 10 - 0
Biggest Away Win 29-08-2017 Èeské Žilinský - Red Star Tunis Cup 0 - 10
Biggest Home Loss 23-01-2018 Red Star Tunis - FC Never III Cup 1 - 5
Biggest Away Loss 09-06-2017 CRYSOLIDAN+ - Red Star Tunis VI.266 6 - 0
Most goals in a match (by RSB) 29-08-2017 Èeské Žilinský - Red Star Tunis Cup 0 - 10
Most goals in a match (total) 29-08-2017 Èeské Žilinský - Red Star Tunis Cup 0 - 10
Largest home attendance 19-10-2018 Red Star Tunis - Venezia FBC IV.37 50 538
Lowest home attendance 31-01-2017 Red Star Tunis - Barney Gumble 2002 Cup 404
Largest transfer in 02-10-2018 France Aymeric Laporte N/A 6 650 000€
Largest transfer out 28-09-2018 England Scott Parker N/A 3 800 000€
Highest ranked end of season 20-07-2017 League IV.37 League IV.37 2nd
Lowest ranked end of season 05-05-2017 League VI.266 League VI.266 3th
Highest ranking overal 20-07-2018 Hattrick International Ranking League IV.27 202
Lowest ranking overall Season 64 Global Ranking Hattrick International League VI.266 4 206
Longest time unbeaten 04-08-2017 Season 65 Week 12 - Season 66 Week 5 N/A 12
Longest run of victories 04-08-2017 Season 65 Week 12 - Season 66 Week 5 N/A 11
Topscorer in one Season Season 66 Belgium Silvain Vanhooymissen N/A 14
Topscorer overall N/A Tunisia Mahmoud Waz N/A 29

Achievements

League Standings

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64 65 66 67 68 69
Div. VI Div. V Div. IV

Prize Shelf

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Season 71, Division V.112
Season 71, Top Scorer in V.112 (Hattrick International) - Jameleddine Msadek: 15 goals Season 66, Top Scorer in V.112 (Hattrick International) - George-Adrian Tuşinean: 8 goals Season 66, Top Scorer in V.112 (Hattrick International) - Silvain Vanhooymissen: 8 goals Season 64, Top Scorer in VI.266 (Hattrick International) - Fiz Carballa: 9 goals

Hall of Fame

Most Games Played for RST

rk Player Seasons #
1 Tunisia Hamma Ben Zaied 64 - 167
2 Germany Helmut Hamborn 64 - 161
3 Tunisia Mahmoud Waz 64 - 160
4 Tunisia Mossaâb Kanni 64 - 159
5 Tunisia Skander Khémissi 64 - 156
6 Germany Virgil van Dijk 68 - 94
7 Spain Enric Orpí 66 - 86
8 Tunisia Taoufik Loukil 64 - 84
9 Tunisia Jameleddine Msadek 65 - 82
10 Germany Johannes Vogel 65 - 79

Most Goals for RST

rk Player Seasons #
1 Tunisia Mossaâb Kanni 65 - 56
2 Tunisia Skander Khémissi 64 - 56
3 Tunisia Mahmoud Waz 64 - 45
4 Germany Helmut Hamborn 64 - 40
5 Tunisia Aous Jegham 65 - 40
6 Tunisia Jameleddine Msadek 65 - 38
7 Tunisia Jihed Haddad 67 - 36
8 Turkey Emre Türkmen 67 - 70 33
9 Tunisia Hamma Ben Zaied 64 - 33
10 Tunisia Ghanem Gharsa 67 - 32

Most Times Player of the Match

Rk Player Seasons #
1 Tunisia Jameleddine Msadek 68 - 34
2 Tunisia Skander Khémissi 64 - 32
3 Belgium Silvain Vanhooymissen 65 - 30
4 Turkey Emre Türkmen 67 - 25
5 Spain Fiz Carballa 64 - 17
6 Tunisia Hamma Ben Zaied 64 - 16
7 Tunisia Ghanem Gharsa 67 - 11
8 Denmark Gorm Malmgren 64 - 10
9 Tunisia Taoufik Loukil 64 - 5
10 Tunisia Jihed Haddad 64 - 4


Largest Outgoing Transfers

Player Date Amount
1. Turkey Emre Türkmen 30-01-2019 4 245 240€
2. England Scott Parker 28-09-2018 3 800 000€
3. Poland Krzysztof Zduńczuk 28-01-2018 3 371 000€
4. Poland Hieronim Maciejewski 11-02-2018 2 599 999€
5. Denmark Matt Nellemann 17-01-2018 1 996 000€
6. Tunisia Mekki Yaâcoubi 24-05-2018 1 819 000€
7. Belgium Ferdy Robeys 30-06-2017 1 204 620€
8. Netherlands Hugo Graaff 29-04-2018 1 000 000€
9. Italy Cosimo Barachetti 09-07-2017 983 000€
10. Romania Dan Chirteş 16-07-2018 585 000€
  • yellow colour: from own youth or starting team

Largest Incoming Transfers

Player Date Amount
1. Italy Carlo Mombelli 05-03-2019 8 350 000€
2. France Aymeric Laporte 02-10-2018 6 650 000€
3. Netherlands Virgil van Dijk 27-05-2018 3 511 860€
4. England Scott Parker 14-02-2018 2 283 879€
5. Turkey Emre Türkmen 05-02-2018 2 222 000€
6. Poland Krzysztof Zduńczuk 18-01-2018 2 216 134€
7. Poland Hieronim Maciejewski 11-02-2018 1 753 020€
8. Italy Cosimo Barachetti 01-07-2017 702 780€
9. Spain Enric Orpí 30-11-2017 637 510€
10. Argentina Ezequiel Dal Maso 30-11-2017 599 760€

International Friendlies

Visitors

Teams from the following countries have visited Red Star Tunis for friendlies

Austria Bahrain Barbados Belgium Benin Brazil Brunei Costa Rica Dominican Republic Finland France Germany Georgia Domus Pulchri Ludi Iceland Republic of Ireland Jamaica Kazakhstan Lebanon Liechtenstein Latvia Luxembourg Malta Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Netherlands Norway Pakistan Palestine Sao Tome & Principe Scotland South Africa Suriname Sweden Tanzania Tunisia United Arab Emirates Venezuela Yemen

Visited

Red Star Tunis has visited the following countries for friendly matches

Hungary Italy Netherlands Suriname Sweden

Player of the Season

Starting from Season 64, Red Star Tunis elected every year a player of the season. Hereunder an overview of the winners of this honory prize.

Current Squad

Trainer: Netherlands Hamdi Çare
First Assistent Trainer: Switzerland Giorgio Riest

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Carlo Mombelli
2 France CD HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Aymeric Laporte
3 Germany CD HTStar5.pngHTStarHalf.png Johannes Vogel
4 Netherlands CD/WB HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Virgil van Dijk
5 Germany W HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Helmut Hamborn
6 Tunisia W HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Mossaâb Kanni
7 Tunisia CM HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Mahmoud Waz
8 Tunisia CM HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Skander Khémissi
9 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStar5.pngHTStar.png Jameleddine Msadek
10 Tunisia CM HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Hamma Ben Zaied Captain sports.png
11 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStar5.png Ghanem Gharsa
No. Position Player
12 Spain GK HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Enric Orpí
15 Tunisia CM HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Taoufik Loukil
16 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Jihed Haddad
17 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Rachik Sayeb
18 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStarHalf.png Noureddine Ben Ali
19 Tunisia FW HTStar5.pngHTStar5.png Aous Jegham



Red Star Tunis
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See Also
Red Star Tunis - Red Star Brussels - Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo