The club was formed in 1919 in Bab Souika. They played their first competitive match the same year.
Homeground – Esperance play their home matches at the 60,000 capacity Olympic Stadium Rades.
Local – Esperance has won a record 60 major trophies. This include 29 national championships titles, Tunisian Cup a record 15 times and the Tunisian Super Cup four times.
Regional – One time winner of the Afro Asian Cup and three time UAFA Club Cup winner.
Continental – Four time winner of the CAF Champions League, One time winner of the CAF Cup Winners Cup, one time winner of the CAF Cup and one time winner of the CAF Super Cup.
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Budget – The club has an annual budget of $10m.
Head Coach – The team is handled by Nabil Maaloul
Key players: Sabir Bougrine ( Midfielder) Riad Benayad (Forward) and Hamdou Elhouni (Midfielder)
As the capital of Tunisia, it remains the focus of the administrative, commercial, political and cultural activities in the North African country.
Due to its location along the Mediterranean gulf, Tunis’s weather is characterized by dry and hot prolonged summers while during the winter the city gets to experience moderate rainfall.
While in Tunis, there are plenty of tourist attractions. You can start at the Unesco protected medina (old town) of Tunis.
Medina has stood on this spot since 688CE and this makes it one of the first Arab Muslim towns in the Maghreb.
Then there is also the Bardo Museum. It is second only to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo in the continent in terms of the kind of artefacts available.
Here a restored Ottoman kingdom mansion stands holding one of the world’s most renowned mosaic collections: room after room displays a treasury of vibrant mosaic art, unearthed from Tunisia’s ancient sites.
Sportswise, one of the outstanding sports facilities in Tunis remains the Hammadi Agreb Olympic Stadium. It is also known as the Mediterranean jewel and is a multi-purpose facility located in the southern suburb of the city.