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    • Introducing Annasr Club Jan 19, 2010 www.annasr.org
    • Outline Football in Lebanon About our Club Principles and guidelines
    • Football in Lebanon Formal divisions  6 divisions (Local teams, Mohafazat, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st). The higher the  division the higher the requirements.  Each division is required to participate in its league, except  for the Local teams. First two teams go to the higher division, and  lowest two got the lower division. Overall status Sports activities are weak and suffering from lack of  proper support. Ten years ago there was much better support.
    • About our club General information  Club established in 1987, with official registration number (3ilm w  khabar) 793.  The license of the club allows it to participate in all sports  activities, but currently its focused on football. The club is under the current management team since  2006. The club currently competes officially in the 4th division.
    • About our club Players profile Players are divided into 6 categories ( under 8, 10, 12, 14,  16, Adults (above 16)). The adults division represents the club in the  league. The total number of players in all categories is about 150,  and in summer the number can go up to about 300. Players come from various surrounding villages (Metn,  Hammana, Kibai3, Sawfar, Aley, Bhamdoun, Shwaifat, 3beih, Baysour, Hadath,  Kfarshima, Da7ieh …..) Players are from different religions and backgrounds, and  this is considered a big asset for us.
    • About our club Financial information  The club started with a budget of $6,000 and has now  reached a budget of $30,000. The money comes from: Corporate sponsorships Municipalities and NGOs Personal sponsorships Activities (Guide, Annual dinner, Summer camp,…) Fees for the academy training (Optional for those who can afford it) The money is spent on renting playgrounds for training  and tournaments (20%), salary for coach (20%),  administration (20%), Activities (25%).
    • Principles and guidelines Code of ethics: Way of dealing with the players and the team (respect, seriousness) ) Code of conduct: no smoking for players in or off the field, good  performance at school comes ahead of training.  Concern for the community (fees are optional, and are considered  support for the club and not training fees; Concern for the healthy lifestyle of the  youth; fighting social issues through sports (drugs, smoking, bad conduct).  Trusted history (self supported and growing since it was established)  Doing serious participation in the league. No bias to, or affiliation with, religion or politics. 
    • Our pledge We give our pledge to spend all funds we receive   on  activities  that will bring benefit to the  community with no bias or prejudice to religion, or  politics.
    • Thank you, for giving us the chance to be among  you, and present our club. www.annasr.org