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Sidhi Ould Sidha
Ligue 1 Mauritania
| Association Sportive et Culturelle de la Snim|
Sidi Ould Cheikh Abdallahi
Association Sportive et Culturelle de la Snim (Arabic: الجمعية الرياضية و الثقافية لاسنيم) known as ASC Snim is a professional Mauritanean football club playing in the city of Nouadhibou the capital of Dakhlet Nouadhibou Region. Its main sponsor and owner of club is SNIM (Société nationale industrielle et Minière), Iron ore company.
ASC Snim Wikipedia
The club was founded in 1976 and is Nouadhibou's oldest club.
The team was named CF Cansado (Club de Football de Cansado) when it was owned by Cansado from 2009 to 2012.
The club as Cansado went to the 2010 Mauritanian Super Cup and lost the match 3-1 and the title to Tevragh-Zeina.
Its logo colours are blue and orange and has a shield-crest with the full name of the club on top, the SNIM logo in the middle with club names around it and has four blue circular stripes and a blue tab with the club's location written in the middle and coloured in gold.
Its uniform colours has a blue shirt and socks and a light orange shorts during home games and its t-shirt color is white with thin blue wavy stripes on top and on its socks and a light blue short used during away or alternate games.
Its uniform up to 2009 was a blue-light orange t-shirt with blue sleeves and blue socks and a light orange shorts for home games.Mauritanean Premier League
Coupe du Président de la République
2013/14: 2nd (Group A), 6th (Final Stage)
Best position: Preliminaries (continental)
Best position at cup competitions: Second Round (continental)
Appearances at a Super Cup competition: Once (national)
Total goals scored at the Super Cup: 1 (national)
Total matches played at the CAF Champions League: 2
Total matches played at cup competitions: 2
Total number of wins at the continental level: 2
Total number of goals scored at the contitental level: 5
CAF Champions League: 2
Cup competitions: 3
The numbers are established according to the official website: www.fcndb.comAs of 2011/12 season
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Mbodj Amadou (until 2012/13)
Sidi Ould Sidha (as of 2014)