Al-Ahram Weekly - Sports

Playing for the maiden cup

The CAF Women’s Champions League concludes in Egypt on Friday,

Mystery match

Now that Egypt has qualified for the World Cup playoff, the big question is who will be standing between it and football’s global showpiece,

Mountain view

If all goes according to the script, Egypt will be heading to the final stage of African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, writes Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Last four in the balance

Egypt’s Wadi Degla are aiming for the semi-finals of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League, reports Abeer Anwar

First African women’s Champions League is in Cairo

The inaugural African women’s Champions League will be played in Cairo. Al-Ahram Weekly highlights this maiden event

Keeping Egypt’s seat in the world

An Egyptian has been elected a member of the World Taekwondo executive council. Al-Ahram Weekly interviews Mohamed Shaaban

Can Mohamed Salah win the Ballon d’Or?

The chorus for Liverpool’s Egyptian forward to capture world football’s top individual award is getting louder,

Entirely Egyptian

Mustafa Asal and Nouran Gohar are the latest Egyptian US Squash Open champions, reports Abeer Anwar

The tables have turned

After collecting maximum points from Libya in a crucial doubleheader, Egypt is now a firm favourite to take its group and move closer to a spot in the 2022 Qatar World Cup

Fiery face-offs

Egypt and Libya are playing a critical double-header that could help determine who goes to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, reports Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Young pentathletes on the move

Egypt’s new generation in the modern pentathlon is quickly growing up, reports Inas Mazhar

Super Zamalek

Cairo giants Zamalek beat rivals Ahly to win the African Super Cup and qualify for next month’s IHF Super Globe

Unbeaten but still sacked

Despite not having lost a game during his two-year tenure, Egypt’s national football team coach was nevertheless shown the door, writes Alaa Abdel-Ghani

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