70% of the squad of the Qatar National Team going to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 was developed at Aspire Academy
70% of the squad of Qatar Football National Team that won the 2019 AFC Asian Cup was developed at Aspire Academy
Aspire Academy graduate Al Moez Ali broke the 23-year-old record held by Ali Daei of IR Iran scoring 9 goals at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup which also made him the tournament’s top scorer and MVP.
Aspire Academy student-athlete Hashim Ali was the youngest player to have ever scored at an AFC U23 Championship: By the time he scored for Qatar against Palestine on 19 January 2018, he was 17 years, 5 months, and 2 days old.
Aspire Academy’s U17 team finished as runner-up to Real Madrid in the 2017 ALKASS International Cup beating top teams like Red Bull Salzburg and PSV Eindhoven. Winners of this 2011 established tournament include Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Fluminense FC and it featured future world class players such as Kingsley Coman, Munir Haddadi and Adrien Rabiot.
During the 2018 AFC U23 Championship, Qatar National Team, comprised of 95% Aspire Academy current and graduate players, finished 3rd out of the top 16 Asian nations that qualified for the tournament from 47 member nations.
Totally comprised of Aspire Academy players, Qatar’s U19 National Team won the 2014 AFC U19 Championship in Myanmar and thereby qualified for the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup. Qatar’s Ahmed Moein received the Player of the Tournament-Award and he was awarded “Asian Young Footballer of the Year” in the following year.
Owaab Barrow, 110m Hurdles, Gold, Buenos Aires 2018
MUTAZ BARSHIM, HIGH JUMP
SILVER, LONDON 2012
SILVER, RIO 2016
GOLD, TOKYO 2020
Bassem Hemeida, 400m Hurdles, Silver, Tampere 2018
Moaaz Ibrahim, Discus Throw, Gold, Bydgoszcz 2016
Ashraf El-Seify, Hammer Throw (6kg), 85.57m, Barcelona 2012
Mutaz Barshim, High Jump (2.43), 2014 (outdoor)
Mutaz Barshim, High Jump (2.41), 2015 (indoor)
Moaaz Ibrahim, Discus Throw (60.49m), 2016 (U20)
Mutaz Barshim, High Jump (2.33), Incheon 2014
Owaab Barrow, 110m Hurdles (13.17), Buenos Aires 2018 (U20)
Moaaz Ibrahim, Discus Throw, (63.63m), Bydgoszcz 2016 (U20)
Student-athletes aged 12 to 18 enrolled at the academy training in various sports and receiving a high school education for the academic year (2022-2023).
Total number of student athletes graduated from Aspire Academy (2022-2023).
Since 2016, Aspire Academy has achieved CIS (Counsel of International Schools) accreditation status.