Founded in 1919 in Tunis, they are one of the most decorated teams in Tunisia, having won 3 CAF Champions Leagues and 28 Tunisian league titles.
They will represent Africa in the Club World Cup after winning a third CAF Champions League. In the final, a two-legged tie, they came back with a 3-0 win in the second leg, after having lost 3-1 in the first leg against Egyptian Al Ahly. This will be their second time in the tournament.
Moez Ben Cherifia (23), Rami Jeridi (19), Ari Jemel (24)
Ali Machani (2), Aymen Mahmoud (3), Chamseddine Dhaouadi (5), Sameh Derbali (22), Iheb Mbarki (24), Houcine Rebai (26)
Adem Rjaibi (7), Khalil Chemmam (12), Ali Ben Romdhan (13), Fousseny Coulibaly (15), Saad Bguir (18), Ayman Ben Mohamed (20), Ghaylen Chaaleli (25), Mohamed Meskini (28), Franck Kom (30)
Anice Badri (8), Bilel Mejri (9), Mohammed Belaili (11), Haythem Jouini(14), Taha Khenissi (29)
Tunisian league title
Tunisian Super Cup
CAF Champions League
African Cup Winners Cup
African Super Cup
North African Cup Winners Cup
Arab Club Championship
Arab Super Cup