2019-2020 season QNB Stars League


The new QNB Stars League season will be full of challenges, excitement and strong competition among the participating clubs as they seek to achieve their goals and fulfil their ambitions.

All teams had geared up for the new season with pre-season camps and new player recruitments.

New stars

A large number of new foreign professional players joined the league championship in the 2019-2020 season, most notably Algerian Yassin Brahimi of Al Rayyan, Iceland’s Aaron Gunarson of Al Arabi, Senegalese Mohamed Diamy of Al Ahli, Iraqi Muhanad Ali of Al Duhail, Algerian Adlan Qadoura of Al Gharafa among others.

Other main attractions are South Korean Nam Tae-Hee, who moved to Al Sadd, Dutchman Nigel de Jong, who moved to Al Shahania, and Algerian Nadir Belhadj of Al Sailiya. Most notable local professional players are Almoez Ali of Al Duhail, the best player and top scorer of the 2019 Asian Cup, Akram Afif, who excelled for Al Sadd in the 2018-2019 season, Hassan Al Haydous, Boualem Khoukhi, Tarek Salman (all Al Sadd) and Abdelaziz Hatem, who moved to Al Rayyan.

Strong competition among coaches

Competition will also be intense among the new coaches, most notably Spanish star Xavi Hernandez, who took over Al Sadd after his retirement as a player, and others, including Diego Aguirre of Al Rayyan and Tunisian Sami Trabelsi of Al Sailiya.

Match tickets

QNB Stars League fans can purchase tickets through:

- Website (tickets.qsl.qa)

- Selling points in clubs

Season Cards

Season Cards allow you to attend all QNB Stars League matches during the 2019-2020 season.

Official app for smartphones

The official Mobile Application of Qatar Stars League for smartphones was launched this season as a new initiative in reaching out to maximum number of people.



Selling points in clubs

An hour and a half prior to kick-off

Season Cards


To download the IOS app IOS

To download the Android app Android