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Gamal Abdel-Hameed

Egyptian footballer
The basics
Occupation Association football player Association football manager
Country Egypt
Date of birth Cairo
Sports team Zamalek Sporting Club, Al Ahly SC, Egypt national football team
The details

Gamal Abdelhameed (Arabic: جمال عبد الحميد‎‎; Jamal Abdul Hamid) (born 24 November 1957) is an Egyptian sportsperson and former footballer. He was a striker for the clubs el-Ahly and Zamalek.


Abdelhamid played for the Egypt national football team at the 1990 FIFA World Cup finals. He was also joint top-scorer at the 1988 African Cup of Nations, with 2 goals.


National Team

  • African Cup Of Nations for Egypt 1986
  • All Africa Games Gold Medal 1987
  • African Cup top scorer (Morocco 1988)
  • Scored 3 goals for Egypt in African cups


  • 5 Egyptian league titles
  • 4 Egyptian Cup titles
  • 1 African league champions title
  • 1 titles African Cup winners' Cup


  • 3 Egyptian league titles
  • 1 Egyptian Cup title
  • 3 African league champions titles
  • 1 title African Super Cup 1993
  • 1 title Afro-Asian cup for 1987


  • African Cup Of Nations Top Scorer 1988
  • Egyptian League Top Scorer 1987/88
  • Captain of Egyptian team in World Cup 1990
  • The only player with Hossam Hassan Scored for Ahly in Zamalek and for Zamalek in Ahly
  • Scored 99 goals in Egyptian league
  • Scored 18 Goals in African Club Cups (16 For Zamalek & 2 For Ahly)

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