|HT User: ShahNader|
|Full name:||Sanad Emperors|
|Arena:||Royal Palace Stadium|
Sanad Emperors is a professional bahraini hattrick club owned by ShahNader. Founded in 2009 (18-08-2009), the club plays in the Second Division (II.4) of the Bahraini Hattrick League System in Bahrain.
The club were founded on 18 August 2009, after his owner, ShahNader, registered Hattrick two days before. The club since then has gained little success, having at the moment only 1 Trophy: Winner of the III.1 in Season 41 (14 for Bahrain). The first matches of the club saw very bad results, but the first victory come when they defeated muharraq_fc 0 - 5 by a WO on 13 September 2009, even if the real victory would come 28 days after with a 5-0 win over Hic Sunt Bahrain. After that, the club got more and more losses, but the manager never was discouraged, at the contrary, was animated in the search of get wins. Their first FIFA.com Club Federation Cup was going to be a completely success for the club, despite their bad results at the start of their existence. The team took part of the first edition of the Cup of the FIFA.com Club Federation, and they started very well surprising CS Bichigiu in the first match 2-1, with goals by 罗 (Luo) 静星 (Jingxing) and Fawzan Al Hammar. After several wins and defeats, the club finished 4th in their group, advancing to the Quarter Finals, where they faced AKV Football Club, and lost 0-8. This is at the moment, the best performance of the club in a FIFA.com Club Federation Cup, and they equalized it in their third participation. The club would also finish 4th in their league that season.
In the next season, the major moment of the club would come: They finished 1st in their Third Division league, and so, they were directly promoted to II Division. In that season, the club were eliminated at Group Stage of the FIFA.com Club Federation Cup.
Since then, the club plays in the Second Division, and since then, they have finished in the top positions of their league, but have never won the title or finish in second place in their league. Their best Kaas El Malek (Bahrain's National Cup) performance was during Season 43 (16 for Bahrain) when they were eliminated at Round of 16, and repeating this in Season 44 (17 for Bahrain).
The teams biggest ever win in their history was against Madinat Hamad United where they won 11-0.
|Winner of the III.1 League in Season 41 (15 for Bahrain)|
Performance in FIFA.com Club Federation competitions
- Both are considered as the best performance, after the Group Stage of the 1st Edition the next stage was the Quarter Finals, and in the 3rd Edition the next stage after the Group Stage was the Round of 16.
Wa'il Al Sulaiti had the honour of scoring the clubs first hattrick. Rolf Urbanes had the honour of being the first player in the clubs history to score 4 goals in one game. Mikael Karlsson made history on Week 4 of Season 20 by scoring 5 goals against Madinat Hamad in a 11-0 goalfest.
Fawzii Al Khathlan became the youngest captain in the teams history, when on 3/4/2011 at age 17 was handed the captains armband, after Fahad Abedzadeh had to leave the pitch due to injury in a league match against ThugZ TeAm.
|Goalkeeper||Germany||Steffen Matthias Arwe|
|Defender||Bahrain||Fawwaz Al Bulooshi|
|Defender||Bahrain||Fawzan Al Hammar|
|Defender||Nederland||Diant Van Biene|
|Forward||Bahrain||Fawzi AL Khathlan|
|Forward||Portugal||Manuel Nuno Lopes|
The club plays it's home matches at Royal Palace Stadium, which has a capacity for 50,000 spectators. The stadium has hosted FIFA.com Club Federation Cup matches, Kaas El Malek matches and other events.
The first match played in this stadium was an Sanad Emperors match, against AFC Tranquilo, which they lost 0-6. It was also, the first match in club's history.
The stadium hosted its first national match on 25th February 2011. It was an U-20 friendly between Bahrain and Senegal. 13722 fans attended that match where a penalty gave Bahrain a 1-0 win over Senegal.
|Royal Palace Stadium|
|Total Capacity: 50,000|
|Basic seating: 11,568|
|Seats under roof: 7,081|
|Seats in VIP boxes: 1,118|