The 2017–18 Egyptian Second Division was the 38th edition of the Egyptian Second Division, the top Egyptian semi-professional level for football clubs, since its establishment in 1977. The season began on 14 September 2017 and concluded on 19 April 2018. Fixtures for the 2017–18 season were announced on 30 August 2017. El Gouna, Nogoom El Mostakbal and Haras El Hodoud won Group A, Group B and Group C respectively and secured the promotion to the 2018–19 Egyptian Premier League. The following teams have changed division since the 2016–17 season.
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The following 18 clubs are competing in the Egyptian Premier League as of the 2017–18 season. +Promoted teams (from the 2018–19 Second Division season to the Premier League) The following table provides a summary of seasons: Two teams have won the double of the Egyptian Premier League and the Egypt Cup. Last updated 1 April 2018. 2005–07: Vodafone Egyptian Premier League. 2007–11: Etisalat Egyptian Premier League. 2011–14: Vodafone Egyptian Premier League. 2014–present: Egyptian Premier League (Sponsored by Presentation Sports). Ahly. Pyramids FC. Al Masry. El Gouna. El Dakhleya. El Entag El Harby. El Geish. Al Mokawloon. Al-Ittihad. Aswan SC+. ENPPI. Ismaily. Misr El Makasa. FC Masr+.
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The weather is always sunny and clear in Egypt, especially in cities such as Aswan, Luxor and Asyut. It is one of the least cloudy and least rainy regions on Earth. Prior to the construction of the Aswan Dam, the Nile flooded annually (colloquially The Gift of the Nile) replenishing Egypt's soil. This gave Egypt a consistent harvest throughout the years. The potential rise in sea levels due to global warming could threaten Egypt's densely populated coastal strip and have grave consequences for the country's economy, agriculture and industry.
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Nogoom. Al Nasr Lel Taa'den. El Tahrir. MS Naser Malawy. Al Walideya. El Shams. Porto Suez. Damietta. Abou Sakal. Kafr El Sheikh. Al Jazeera. MS Tala. Sidi Salem. Aswan. FC Masr. Tanta.
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Teams promoted to the Egyptian Premier League The first team to be promoted was Aswan from Group A, as they secured the promotion to the Egyptian Premier League following their 2–1 away win against Al Nasr Lel Taa'den on 4 April 2019. The club managed to return to the Egyptian Premier League after staying two seasons in the Egyptian Second Division, and will play in the top flight for the tenth time in their history. The second team to be promoted was Tanta from Group C, as they sealed the promotion to the Egyptian Premier League following their 2–0 away win against Sidi Salem on 11 April 2019.
The 2015–16 Egyptian Second Division was the 36th edition of the Egyptian Second Division, the top Egyptian semi-professional level for football clubs, since its establishment in 1977. The season began on 29 October 2015 and concluded on 21 April 2016. Al Nasr Lel Taa'en, El Sharkia and Tanta won the Promotion play-offs and secured the promotion to the 2016–17 Egyptian Premier League. main main main win_R&A=3 main main The first legs were played on 16 April, and the second legs were played on 21 April 2016. |} ''2–2 on aggregate. Al Nasr Lel Taa'den won 3–2 on penalties and promoted to the Egyptian Premier League.'' ''0–0 on aggregate.
Pot 1 included the 15th placed team from the previous season of the Egyptian Premier League alongside the 3 promoted teams from the 2018–19 Egyptian Second Division, Pot 2 included the top 14 teams from the previous season of the Egyptian Premier League, and Pot 3 included all 14 teams who qualified to the competition through the qualifying rounds. Teams from Pot 1 were drawn against each other, while teams from Pot 2 were drawn against teams from Pot 3. Similar to previous season, the Egypt Cup defending champions, Zamalek, and the Egyptian Premier League champions, Al Ahly, were placed in different paths; meaning that both teams can face each other only in the final.
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Al Ahly were the defending champions and successfully defended it, while Al Assiouty Sport, Al Nasr and El Raja have entered as the promoted teams from the 2016–17 Egyptian Second Division. A total of eighteen teams will compete in the league - the top fifteen teams from the previous season, and three teams promoted from the Second Division. ;Notes The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included in the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.
Clubs in bold compete in 2018-19 Egyptian Premier League. For a complete list see Egyptian Premier League. Egyptian Super Cup. List of Egyptian football players in foreign leagues.
The 2018–19 El Entag El Harby season was the 14th season in the football club's history and 4th consecutive and 7th overall season in the top flight of Egyptian football, the Egyptian Premier League, having been promoted from the Egyptian Second Division in 2015. In addition to the domestic league, El Entag El Harby also competed in this season's editions of the domestic cup, the Egypt Cup. The season covered a period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019. Supplier: Uhlsport table ! colspan="9" style="background:#DCDCDC; text-align:center" | Players transferred out during the season |- |}
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A total of 39 teams from the Egyptian Second Division entered at this stage of the competition. Damietta, El Tahrir and Al Walideya, all playing in the 2018–19 Egyptian Second Division, did not enter the competition. The results were as follows: Fourth Preliminary Round fixtures were played on 29 and 30 September 2018. The results were as follows: Fifth Preliminary Round fixtures were played on 3 October 2018. The results were as follows: Winners from the Fifth Preliminary Round advance to the Round of 32, where teams from the Egyptian Premier League enter the competition. MS Abou Souyer. MS Damietta. MS El Qais. 6 October (North Sinai). Abou Kebir. Arab El Raml. Ashmoun. Assiut Petroleum.
The 2014–15 Egyptian Second Division was the 35th edition of the Egyptian Second Division, the top Egyptian semi-professional level for football clubs, since its establishment in 1977. The season began on 18 September 2014 and concluded on 14 June 2015. Aswan, El Entag El Harby and Ghazl El Mhalla won Promotion Group A, Group B and Group C respectively and secured the promotion to the 2015–16 Egyptian Premier League. main main main main main main main main main
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As of the 2018–19 season, sixty-nine teams have played in the Egyptian Premier League. Five of the eleven founder members of the Egyptian Premier League are competing in the 2018–19 season. Two (Al Ahly and Zamalek) have contested every season of the Egyptian Premier League. Three (Ismaily, Al Ittihad, and Al Masry) were also founder members, though each team has been relegated at least once in the past. As of the 2018–19 season, eight clubs, El Dakhleya, ENPPI, Misr Lel Makkasa, Nogoom, Petrojet, Smouha, Tala'ea El Gaish and Wadi Degla, are not founding members of the Egyptian Premier League, but have never been relegated since their debut in the Egyptian Premier League.
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After staying with El Khatib Football Academy for almost 4 years, he was signed by Al Nasr at the age of 15. Samy played 2 seasons with the reserve team before being promoted to the first team in 2009, which was playing in the Egyptian Second Division at that time. He helped the club in reaching the quarter-final of Egypt Cup during the 2010–11 season for the first time in the club's history, but they were eliminated in that round by defending champions Haras El Hodoud after losing 0–1 at extra time. Because of his great performance with the club, Telephonat Beni Suef announced the signing of the player for an undisclosed fee.
The 2018–19 Pyramids season is the 10th season in the football club's history and 2nd consecutive and 3rd overall season in the top flight of Egyptian football, the Egyptian Premier League, having been promoted from the Egyptian Second Division in 2017. It's also the 1st season for the club under their new name, after being sold to new owners and renamed from Al Assiouty Sport to Pyramids Football Club. In addition to the domestic league, Pyramids also are participating in this season's editions of the domestic cup, the Egypt Cup. The season covers a period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019. Supplier: Kappa Sponsors: Saudia, Swyp table !
The 2018–19 Al Ittihad season is the 104th season in the football club's history and 49th consecutive and 58th overall season in the top flight of Egyptian football, the Egyptian Premier League, having been promoted from the Egyptian Second Division in 1961. In addition to the domestic league, Al Ittihad also are participating in this season's editions of the domestic cup, the Egypt Cup, and the first-tier Arab cup, the Arab Club Champions Cup. The season covers a period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019. Supplier: Uhlsport table ! colspan="11" style="background:#DCDCDC; text-align:center" | Players transferred out during the season |- |}
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The club currently plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the highest league in the Egyptian football league system. The club's first season was in the Egyptian Fourth Division in 2003–04, where they achieved their first title and secured the promotion to the Egyptian Third Division. In the next season of the Third Division, 2004–05, El Gouna accomplished the same feat and promoted to the Egyptian Second Division. In the 2008–09 season of the Second Division the club managed to promote to the Egyptian Premier League for the first time in the club's history.