Egyptian League All Time Records

(Last updated End of Season 2014/2015)

Scoring Records -

First Goal 

Mohamed Amin (Zamalek) on 22/10/1948 against Masry

First Hat-Trick

Saad Rostom (Zamalek) on 22/10/1948 against Masry

First Super Hat-trick

El-Sayed Ateya "Toto" (Ahly) on 7/10/1949 against Olympic

Most Hat-Tricks

Hassan El-Shazly (Tersana) 10 Times

Most Super Hat-Tricks

El-Sayed Ateya "Toto" (Ahly) 3 Times

Fastest Goal

Ayman Younis (Zamalek) after 14 seconds vs Suez (1990/91)

Team Record for Goals Scored in 1 match

Masry 11/0 Bani Suef (1962/63)

Player Record for Goals Scored in 1 match

Saleh Selim (Ahly) scored 7 goals vs Ismaily (1957/58) [Super Hat-trick Scorers]

Highest Number of Goals scored by League Top Scorer

34 Hassan El-Shazly (Tersana) 1974-1975

Lowest Number of Goals scored by League Top Scorer

8  Ayman Shawki (Koroum) 1983-1984

Title Records -

Most Titled Player 

14  Hossam Hassan (11 for Ahly & 3 for Zamalek)

Successive Title Record for a Player

9 Saleh Selim & El-Sayed Ateya “Toto for Ahly

Successive Title Record for a Club 

9 Ahly

Club Records -

Finishing a season undefeated

6 Ahly (75-76,78-79,85-86,98-99, 04-05 & 05-06) / 2 Zamalek (80-81 & 03-04) / 1 Ismaily (01-02)

Longest Undefeated Match Streak

71 Ahly (Between loss to Zamalek 15/5/2004 & loss to Ismaily 7/1/2005)

Longest Winning Match Streak

21 Ahly (from 19/5/2004 to 14/1/2005)

Clubs participating in All Seasons

Ahly & Zamalek

Never Relegated Clubs

Ahly, Zamalek, ENPPI, Gaish, Petrojet, Makasa, Smouha & Wadi Degla

Most Relegated Club

8 times Mansoura

Highest Number of Victories in 1 season

26 Ahly (1974-1975) & Zamalek (2014-2015)

Highest % of Victories in 1 season

92.3% Ahly (2004-2005)

Highest Number of Draws in 1 season

19 Ismaily (2014-2015)

Highest % of Draws in 1 season

63.3% Gazl Domiat (1986-1987)

Highest Number of Defeats in 1 season

30 Damanhour (2014-2015)

Highest % of Defeats in 1 season

86.3% Suez Petroleum (1963-1964)

Highest Goals Scored by a club in 1 season

71 Tersana 1963-1964

Highest Goal Average Scored by a club in 1 season

3.06 Ahly 1957-1958

Lowest Goals Scored by a club in 1 season

6 Naseeg Helwan 1987-1988

Lowest Goal Average Scored by a club in 1 season

0.27 Naseeg Helwan 1987-1988

Highest Goals Received by a club in 1 season

88 Alassiouty Sport (2014-2105)

Highest Goals Received Average by a club in 1 season

2.67 Olympic (1953-1954)

Lowest Goals Received by a club in 1 season

2 Ahly (1975-1976)

Lowest Goals Received Average by a club in 1 season

0.09 Ahly (1975-1976)

Highest Points Achieved by a Club in 1 season

87 Zamalek (2014-2015)

Highest Point Average Achieved by a Club in 1 season

2.84 Ahly (2004-2005)

Lowest Points Achieved by a Club in 1 season

4 Naseeg Helwan (1987-1988)

Lowest Point Average Achieved by a Club in 1 season

0.18 Naseeg Helwan (1987-1988)

Season Records -

Highest Number of Goals in 1 season

907 (2014-2015)

Highest Goal Average in 1 season

3.62 (1962-1963)

Lowest Number of Goals in 1 season

206 (1950-1951)

Lowest Goal Average in 1 season

1.58 (1948-1949)

Highest Number of Wins in 1 season

262 (2014-2015)

Highest Win % in 1 season

81.1% (1961-1962)

Lowest Number of Wins in 1 season

62 (1959-1960)

Lowest Win % in 1 season

56.5% (1991-1992)


Cancelled & Unfinished League Seasons

1951/52 (Not Held)

Participation in Helsinki's Olympic Games.

 1954/55 (Not Finished)

Problematic Ahly/Teram match and refusal of Ahly to comply with Federation penalty of playing one match away from home  Details

1967/68 to 1970/71 (Not Held)

League was cancelled due to War

1971/72 (Not Finished)

Ahly's crowd violence during Ahly/Zamalek match (1970/71) when Zamalek scored a penalty to go 2/1 ahead.  Details

 1973/74 (Not Finished)

Due to the 6th of October War and was replaced by October League Cup with all league teams, Zamalek was the champion

1989/90 (Not Finished)

Preparation for Egypt's Participation in World Cup,1990

2011/12 (Not Finished)

Due to the Tragic events after Masry / Ahly match that left 73 spectators dead  Details

2012/13 (Not Finished)

Due to Political Events  Details



Club Name Origin & Changes

Montakhab Suez: Union of Ithad Sues & Suez

Masry: Union of Port Said Ahly & Egyptian Employees

Ithad (Alexandria Union): Union of New , United , National Union & Alexandria

Goldi: The new name for Maaden

Dina Farms: The new name for Ithad Osman

Haras El-Hodoud: The new name for Sawahel




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