Introduction

Al-Muslim Masters are a Saturday football team made up of 16 team members.

The team is from Birmingham, United Kingdom and play in the Amm #freepalestine .

Al-Muslim Masters started using TeamStats in August 2014 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 15 games.

You can access their full TeamStats team profile using the link below:

https://www.teamstats.net/al-muslimmasters/home

More about the team

A charity team formed by the players for the players. The team was created as of early 2013 in an effort to keep our kids off the street and allow them to freely express themselves and channel all their emotions on grass in a heavily positive way rather than landing themselves into trouble.

This team has players varying from the age of 14 to 19 years old. Due to the increasingly physical aspect of the beautiful game and as to avoid as many injuries as possible, the age limit of our squad is 14+.The most talked about and famous aspect of Al-Muslim Masters is its notoriously prominent Al-Masia - the youth team at the club. The youth system at the Masters is world renowned and has an impeccable history of discovering the 'next big thing. Our most famous example is of the young Saif Mukadam, who with the help of our specialist coaching and rigorous training regime, has been scouted by a professional team.

Although the Masters have only been officially formed as of early 2013, the history of this great club is fondly talked about by its loyal army of supporters. Having come off its third Champions Cup by decimating Hardly Athletic, the team went on tour with great confidence and this confidence shone through as did the teams 'never say die' attitude, by overcoming all odds by winning the Palestinian Super Cup on the opposition's home soil. This mighty and impressive victory now takes the club to a respectable 4 trophies in just under 2 years!

If you are interested in joining this great club or its Al-Masia youth system please attend the HISC. For more details feel free to visit the website, and look around for details: http://harborneislam.blogspot.co.uk/. As you can imagine competition at this club is fierce and many have felt the wrath of rejection, most notably brother Yaya Toure.

Contact us: Junaid Syed - almuslimmasters@gmail.com

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