Union sportive de la médina d'Alger known as USM Alger or simply USMA for short, is a football club based in the city of Algiers. The club was founded in 1937 and its colours are red and black. Their home stadium, Omar Hamadi Stadium, has a capacity of 10,000 spectators. The club is currently playing in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.
The club has one of Algeria's most prominent football charts, won the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 8 times, the Algerian Cup 8 times and the Algerian Super Cup 2 times, Internationally, USM Alger has won the UAFA Club Championship once in 2013. The IFFHS ranks the USMA in the 18th place of the best African teams of the decade 2001–2010. USM Alger reached the final of the 2015 CAF Champions League but they lost to TP Mazembe.
With the past of the Union Sportive Musulmane d'Alger. In one year, the club Algérois won a titles of champion of Algeria and subsequently finalist of the Algerian Cup 1969. The club is going through a difficult period, the club is financially supported, the USMA is bought in 2010. This privatization is accompanied by positive sporting results: solidly anchored in Ligue 1 since with the arrival of the Algerian investor Ali Haddad follows the title of champion of Algeria Of the Ligue 1 in 2014, the club regularly qualifies for the current African cups CAF Champions League or CAF Confederation Cup And realized 3 titles in 2 years championship-Algerian cup and Super Cup during the season 2013–2014. That football season, USM Alger drew an average home attendance of 24,286 for domestic league games, one of the highest in Africa.
HistoryThe discussion soon began despite some reluctance: "I wished a round table would be present all former living. The risks of failure are reduced. " A suggestion very relevant, but for time we had to content ourselves with our initiative.
Mr. Kemmat admit that the idea of creating a club came like that. She had begun to sprout during the month of May 1937. "There was a neighborhood team, the sports club of the street that Sallust had enjoyed. We thought this was Lahmar said Ali Zaid, Zemmour Ali, Ali Slimani, Bennour Said, Meddad Arezki, Sid Ali Terkmane and I, a group of friends district who lived hard times of colonization. We often discussed, of all things in life.. And then by little we arrived at the sport. The example of Muslims clubs of the time we inflamed. A burning desire to do something we earned every time the subject was discussed. All these clubs had inspired us, including the MSO Oran created it in 1928 in terms of the name I knew all the workings of such an operation. My frequent contact with Mouloud Djazouli very active leader of the MC Alger had taught me a lot. I began immediately to work. We had to prepare the statutes and the case to be filed with the prefecture services. No sooner said than done, the file is saved under the number – wait if I remember correctly – 1687. The only thing that "shocked" the colonial administration was the word Muslim. He was very unpopular. They discussed, we argued on both sides and the approval was granted. On 5 July 1937 the club was created. USMA was born. His office was in the street Divan. Its first board of course includes the first named above which will add Abdelkader Amrani, Hemmaz Omar, Omar Lakehal, Basta Mohamed Ouali Zennagui Mohamed and Ali Cherifi. The first president was Meddad Arezki, the owner of the café.
League beginning with the first post-independence the USM Alger administration to bring the former Nice and Monaco player Abdelaziz Ben Tifour to be a coach and a player at the same time the team took place in Group 5 and took first place with 51 points and strongest offensive line in each league with 75 goal after the piece and in Algiers League in a group with MC Alger, AS Orléansville, NA Hussein Dey and took first place also with 12 points from 12 to advance to the semi-finals and play against Hamra Annaba previously USM Annaba and won by corners 7–6 qualify for the final of the first tournament in the history of Algeria, and find MC Alger again The Red and Black, led by player-coach Bentifour easily outweigh the score of 3–0 in a match played at the Stade d'El Annasser. Hence the club to Soustara had the honor and privilege of being the first club to win the championship title in the era of independent Algeria. either in Algerian Cup USMA maximum in the semi-final against ES Setif and defeated score 2–4, in the next season USMA finished third, one point behind champion for Algérois group NA Hussein Dey either in the Cup and the team arrived in the semi-final against the same team ES Setif, in the 1964–65 season the team fell to the second division and finished in last place with 54 points either in the Cup stopped the march in the second round against NA Hussein Dey lead to 2–3.
In their first season in the Division Honneur team finished second behind champion MC Alger difference of 7 points to ascend together to Nationale II 1966–1967 in the next season the team failed to return to the first division and finished fifth, in either competition Cup team reached the semi-finals and was defeated again against ES Setif 1–3 aggregate This is the third time excludes USMA at the hands of ES Setif in the semi-finals, in the 1967–68 season after the USM Alger attempts to climb continued but failed again and finished fifth with 45 points, 4 points for second promoted JS Djijel, and finally in the 1968–69 season the USMA was able to return to Nationale I after four seasons in the lower grades and occupied second place behind champion JS Kabylie and celebrations continued arrival of the team, for the first time Reached the cup final However, were defeated against the champion CR Belcourt by score 3–5 after replay the match.
After seven finals, the team was able to achieve first Cup title 1980–81 season against ASM Oran score 2–1 coached by Ali Benfadah in the opening of the Stade 24 Fevrier 1956, becoming the first team to win the cup title from the second division, the following season the team to the second division returned the opening of the season was to Match Super Cup against the champions last season RC Kouba in the first version in the 20 August 1955 Stadium ended with the victory of RC Kouba by score 1–2, The team finished the season in ninth place with 59 points and in monitoring the first post in a continental competition of the African Cup Winners Cup USMA reached the quarter-finals and the maximum in front of the club Accra Hearts of Oak of Ghana 2–3 aggregate.
After which the team results were fluctuating between going up and down over a decade, and although the piece enables the team to win the Cup for the second time in 1987–88 season to meet derby against CR Belouizdad at Stade 5 Juillet 1962 on penalties 5–4 under the leadership of coach and former captain of the team Djamel Keddou, Stretch the cup after winning the team participated in the African Cup Winners Cup and withdrew from the quarter-finals against the Malagasy club Football Club Banky, where score after the defeat 1–2 in Algeria Group decided not to complete the competition, 1989–90 season was falling to the second division, and the USMA finished in last place with 23 points with the weakest line of defense where he received 39 goal.
In 1995, USMA, chaired by Said Alik, newly elected head of the club by the General Assembly, began to back away from. This is where the golden age for the team's flagship Soustara started because the club has managed, in the year 1995 to meet the elite, to the delight of all lovers of the club who saw their favorite team reconnect with the accolades, titles and trophies. This is the beginning of an epic that would continue until 2005.
The following season and won the bet after the accession, coach Younis Ifticen leaves the ship. Nour Benzekri arrive and drive USMA during the first half of the 1995–96 season, before leaving. Mustaha Aksouh takes over; he managed to lead the club to its second league title. At the end of the season, USMA ended with a total of 60 points two points ahead of MC Oran to become the first team to win the league immediately after he came up from the second division.
The following season the team failed to defend his title in favor of CS Constantine finished the third place, seven points behind champion USM Alger was the reason for the win CS Constantine only title where in the last meeting of the tournament at Stade Mohamed Hamlaoui I need CSC to win to achieve Title which is what happened the outcome of by just a point for MC Oran, in 1997 CAF Champions League USMA participated for the first time a new copy of the competition, in the first round of qualifying at the expense of either Travadores in the second round had to Udoji United account team to qualify for the group stage with clubs Primeiro de Agosto, Orlando Pirates and Raja Casablanca after a major conflict with Moroccan club Raja the team failed to reach the final on goal difference.
Haddad ownership (2010–20)It was decided by the Ligue de Football Professionnel and the Algerian Football Federation to professionalize the Algerian football championship, starting from the 2010–11 season Thus all the Algerian football clubs which until then enjoyed the status of semi-professional club, will acquire the professional appointment this season. the president of the Algerian Football Federation, Mohamed Raouraoua, has been speaking since his inauguration as the federation's president in Professionalism, promising a new way of management based on rigor and seriousness, especially since football has bottomed out in recent seasons, due to the catastrophic management of the clubs which could not go And were lagging behind clubs in neighboring countries that have made extraordinary progress, becoming full-fledged professional clubs, which will enable them to increase their African continent, On August 4, 2010, USM Alger went public in conjunction with the professionalization of the domestic league. Algerian businessman Ali Haddad became the majority share owner after investing 700 million Algeria dinars to buy an 83% ownership in the club to become the first professional club in Algeria. On October 27, 2010, Haddad replaced Saïd Allik as president of the club. Allik had been the club's president for the past 18 years.
On June 2, 2019 it is official, the Haddad family is selling its shares in SSPA USMA which it holds 92%, It was the club's communication officer, Amine Tirmane, who announced it on the Echourouk TV. the reasons that made them make this decision is the imprisonment of club owner Ali Haddad and also freeze all financial accounts of the club. On June 10, 2019 Several sports figures and former leaders linked to the USM Alger have set up a rescue committee to provide solutions to the many problems facing the club of Algiers. On September 4, 2019 The players of USM Alger decided to go on strike to protest difficult financial situation They stressed that this decision has nothing to do with the administration, the fans or the club itself. It is a protest movement against the state of the USM Alger and the delay in resolving the crisis, As a reminder, the USM Alger players have not received their salaries for 6 months, while the new ones have not received any salary since joining the club.
Groupe SERPORT New Owner (2020–)After it was expected that the general assembly of shareholders will be on March 12, 2020 it was submitted to March 2, especially after the imprisonment of the former club president, Rabouh Haddad. The meeting witnessed the attendance of :fr:ETRHB Haddad|ETRHB Haddad representative and the absence of the amateur club president Saïd Allik, and after two and a half hours, it was announced that Groupe SERPORT had bought the shares of :fr:ETRHB Haddad|ETRHB Haddad which amounted to 94.34%. in a press conference Halim Hammoudi, Secretary General of SERPORT announced that Aïn Benian project and the club headquarters will be launched soon. He also said that the goal is to achieve continental titles, not only local ones. Previously Achur Djelloul general manager of SERPORT, said they would invest between 1,2 and 1,3 billion dinar per year, while the training center project will cost 1,4 billion dinar.
Colours and badgeThe original colors were USMA red and Maroon, colors hoisted to the club 1937, year of creation, 1945. The origin of these colors is unknown.
In May 1945, following Setif massacre, Guelma and Kherrata, the club decided to replace garnet by the black in homage to 45,000 protesters Alegrian killed by the bloody repression of the French Armed Forces. Black represents mourning and red blood of the victims.
45,000 Algerian demonstrators came out to celebrate the end of hostilities in World War II that day, recalling the colonial forces their patriotic claims. But the bloody repression of the French army found no other way to meet their legitimate demands that cause genocide. To show their patriotic commitment and sympathy, the leaders of the USMA decided to change their colours. The black is synonymous with grief and they have changed Maroon to red which represents the blood of martyrs who fell that day.
Shirt sponsor & kit manufactureris the main sponsor USM Algiers since the sports reform of 1977, the company logo is displayed on the front of team jersey as part of the sponsorship.
And until 2011, this logo was even on the emblem of the USMA.
The telecommunications company Djezzy sponsors the club since 2005. On April 2, 2017 The contract was renewed for two seasons between the two sides for 100 million dinars annually. On 21 April 2019 After 14 years of funding for the team, the partnership between Djezzy and USM Alger has been formally terminated, Djezzy demanded that the management of USM Alger withdraw the logo of the mobile phone operator from the shirt of the club and the perimeter of the stadium, in confirmation of its withdrawal from funding the team. Ownership of the majority shareholder of the club, Ali Haddad, the construction company ETRHB, it is also sponsors since 2010.Other sponsors have sponsored the club in the past, such as: Canon Dekorex, Armedic ARTC Insurance, Sonatrach and Renault Trucks.
The German company Adidas, was the equipment manufacturer of the club from July 2012 to December 2016 when the USMA announced a partnership with the Spanish brand Joma. The agreement, which has lasted for three and a half years, took effect from January 2017. On April 21, 2019 USM Alger opens, its first official store, USMA Store, in El Biar, this while waiting for the opening of a megastore to Bab Ezzouar, In addition to the range supplied by Joma, the USMA's boutique offers a wide range of by-products such as scarves, mugs and t-shirts in the colors of the club, The price range is quite affordable for such products, so USMA Joma official jerseys are sold at 4,600 DA while T-shirts sell for 1,600 DA.
Kit suppliers and shirt sponsors
GroundsThe club play matches at the 17,500-capacity Stade Omar Hamadi, which was built in 1935, and Stade 5 Juillet 1962 for derbies algérois, and international games deemed too important to be held at Stade Omar Hamadi.
The team is currently the owner of Stade Omar Hamadi several years ago to hold rent by the municipality Bologhine considered the official pitch for the team since independence, but in the many times he had to play on the courts again, notably Stade 5 Juillet 1962, Stadium 20 August 1955 in Algiers and the Rouïba Olympic Stadium in Rouïba. In Algerian Cup team competition played seventeen final and are Stade 5 Juillet 1962 in twelve Match the first in 1972 and the last in 2013 and Stadium 20 August 1955 three first finals in 1969 and last in 1971. The stadiums Stade 24 Fevrier 1956 and Stade Mustapha Tchaker visits one in 1981 and 2003 respectively.
In 2015 the team arrived for the first time to a final one international competitions and was Stade Omar Hamadi scene of her in the presence of 20,000 supporter but there was a lot of talk about the lack of a final played on Stade 5 Juillet 1962, which a capacity 64,000 spectators but the team administration of his refusal to play there because of the decision to team TP Mazembe play at home Stadium, who's quite similar to the USM Alger stadium and the same grassy ground artificially, which did not like the majority of Supporters. In July 2016 closed the Omar Hamadi Stadium in order to change the ground renovated and its field artificial turf of the last generation and re-opened after a month.
Training facilityIn July 2011, the club began the construction of a training centre in Aïn Bénian, in Banlieue West of Algiers. This centre will extend over 4 hectares and will include a field in grass natural and another Artificial turf. To complete the construction of the structure, the Architect in charge of the project will be based on the plans of the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, famous training centre Barcelona.
SupportersEveryone knows the Algerian fans by their numbers and the way they support them and their loyalty to their teams, but when talking about supporters of the capital city or as they are call them Almsamaah and this name was called to the bands singing women celebrate weddings and sing
This name did not call them in a vacuum and grew to the quality of their songs and their horror, which prompted all the supporters of other Algerian clubs and even the supporters of some of the Arab nomads to quote their songs and replay
The supporters of the Union were not distinguished from the rest of the other clubs' supporters, but in spite of that, they were known for their high sports spirit in accepting the loss and the style of their unique civilizational support, which made them outperform all the supporters of the other clubs
Most of the Union's supporters are based in the capital, but this has not prevented the supporters of the team in all parts of Algeria and even in some neighboring countries and the district of Soutara is the main stronghold and the main base for the supporters of the Union.
From the top of the Sustara through the neighborhoods of Bab El-Oued, Bologhine and Saint-Eugène, and without forgetting the revival of the capital of the Eastern and Western, the phenomenon of Musamiya has become the hearts of the fans of the team. Even in the Kabylie region, we find many supporters of the team.
The team, founded in 1937, has 3 generations of supporters and still has the hearts and minds of many young people
Everyone knows the USM Alger crowned the first tournament in the history of independent Algeria and the biggest trophy in Algeria
But everyone also knows him by his extraordinary and amazing fans, The popularity of the Ansar was not only because of their wealth, but because of their quality and the quality of their method of advocacy they call themselves Melanesians or Rossoneri and they are already creative in the same way that the supporters of Milan
USM Alger is known for having the best supporters in Algeria, they are particularly known for their songs, their Sportsmanship, as well as their animations in the stands.
The 26 November 2011 to Stade 5 Juillet 1962, on the occasion of an Algiers derby against the MC Alger, the Usmistes supporters became the first supporters in Algeria to make a tifo large-scale. This tifo sported the inscription UNITED by the colors of the club red and black.
Singers chaâbi, El Hachemi Guerouabi, was a famous supporter of the. He also dedicated one of his songs to USMA, and as Amar Ezzahi and Abdelkader Chaou, the latter two also were big fans of club.
CS Constantine, WA Tlemcen and RC ArbaâThere is a strong relationship between CS Constantine, WA Tlemcen, RC Arbaâ and USM Alger, especially with the supporters of CS Constantine and one of the main reasons for this good relationship that USM Alger was one of the reasons in CS Constantine win the league title for the first and last time in 1997 after losing in the final throw in the championship against them.
Ouled EL BahdjaIs the best encourage football clubs in Algeria Group was founded in the nineties and the only one in that period, which was recorded with a sporty character songs, as they always give great pictures in the stands on the way the supporters of Milan because of the similarity of the colors red panels and black made the group Ouled EL Bahdja make a big gap in all stadiums inside and outside the home have made many tifo in the Ligue Professionnelle 1 or in continental competitions as for Music of Ouled EL Bahdja Every masses in Algeria frequency with the change of name of the club only because of her fame that went beyond the border in Tunisia and Morocco this famous their songs.
AccidentsOn July 5, 1997, in the middle of the black decade, three USMA supporters who were celebrating the Algerian Cup won by their team are murdered in a false dam at Frais Vallon.
On 21 September 2013 Died, two supporters of USM Alger attended the events of the match against MC Alger, after the collapse of part of the "Stade 5 Juillet 1962", The incident and the death of supporters Azeeb Sufyan and Saif al-Din Darhoum, and injuring several hundred others in Algiers spoiled the joy of winning the Darby supporters of the Union, The drama occurred ten minutes after the end of the match. Part of the 13th of the Stade 5 Juillet 1962 collapsed. After this incident there was a plan to destroy the whole stadium, but they retreated and decided to remove only the upper terraces and renovate them completely, the local authorities decided to close the stadium, where an investigation was opened into the incident he was also sacked director of the compound Youcef Kara after that, the funeral was attended by officials of the USM Alger led by Rabouh Haddad, who conveyed condolences to the family of the deceased and their condolences.
On September 9, 2018, And in a match between USM Alger and Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya in the Arab Club Champions Cup at Omar Hamadi Stadium and in the 70th minute withdrawal of Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya's players in protest at offensive chants from spectators. after mentioning the name of the former president Saddam Hussein and anti-Shia slogans angering Baghdad, The Iraqi ministry of foreign affairs summoned Algeria's ambassador in Baghdad over "sectarian chants" made by Algerian fans Ahmed Mahjoub, Iraq's foreign affairs spokesperson, said Baghdad had expressed "the government and the people of Iraq's indignation... at the glorification of the horrible face of Saddam Hussein's deadly dictatorial regime", which was toppled in 2003 during the United States' invasion of Iraq. later, general manager Abdelhakim Serrar said that the concerns of fans if bothered the Iraqi team, I offer my apologies. The goalkeeper and captain Mohamed Lamine Zemmamouche also apologized to the Iraqi delegation for the conduct of the supporters.
MC AlgerThe biggest rivalry is that met with the Mouloudia Algiers, and sees the two clubs contest the local dominance during the Algiers derby. This rivalry dates back to the ancient 1950 and results from a non-sports disputes during the Algerian War. In 1956, the National Liberation Front ordered the cessation of all sports and boycott competition by clubs called "Muslim." "Mouloudia unlike USM Alger and other Muslims clubs, refused to follow the instructions of the FLN and continued his sporting activities including football. This refusal generated several incidents to disrupt the meetings of the MC Algiers, and thus, during halftime of the game between Mouloudia and AS Saint-Eugénoise the municipal stadium of St. Eugene, violent clashes took place and forced the referee to stop the meeting. Following these incidents, Mohamed Tiar, then president of MCA, resigned to cease all sportive activities of the club and took the side of the FLN and other Muslim Algerian clubs.
JS KabylieThe rivalry with the JS Kabylie is relatively recent compared to the rivalry with Mouloudia.
This sporting rivalry date of the 1996–97 season, season or USMA then any newly promoted D1 won his second league title.
This fact marked the handover of the leadership of the Algerian football JSK USMA for next ten years, which will create moult disagreement between the two presidents at the time Saïd Allik and Mohand Chérif Hannachi.
Certainly USMA is older than JS Kabylie but there has always been a very strong Kabyle community in the city of Algiers. It is customary to say that USMA is the club of "Kabyle" Algiers, it is borne by the descendants of those who settled in the French presence among the popular classes.
CR BelouizdadThe first meeting between the USMA and CRB took place 30 September 1962 in a friendly environment. The Shabab Riadhi Belcourt newly created 15 in July of that year, held a pre-season tournament at Municipal Stadium. USMA was one of the teams invited to participate in the tournament alongside JSK and ESMA. USMA eventual champions Algeria, dominates the CRB with a score of five goals to one.
African rivalryRivalry between USM Alger and North Africa team considered as exciting, especially with Morocco and Tunisia, where he met USMA with Wydad Casablanca four times, the first in the quarter-finals in the 1999 CAF Cup and win over Wydad 2–2 on aggregate, then in 2002 African Cup Winners' Cup in the semi-finals, Wydad winning 2–2 on aggregate again, 15 years later and in the same role but in the CAF Champions League and once again defeated by a total of 3–1. as for Esperance two teams met four times in all of the group stage in 2003 and 2004 three times won by Esperance and a single win for USMA was 3–0, there is a strong relationship of friendship between the two clubs Esperance and USMA at the level of administration and supporter.
HonoursUSM Alger have won the Algerian national championship 8 times, with three Algerian Ligue 1 titles they are second only to JS Kabylie total of Fourteen. USMA also have the record in Algerian Cup titles Jointly with ES Sétif. USMA have achieved one Championship and Cup "Doubles".
- Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1
- Algerian Cup
- Algerian Super Cup
- CAF Champions League
- UAFA Club Championship
- Maghreb Cup Winners Cup
Doubles and Trebles
- *National 1 and Algerian Cup : 2002–03
- *Algerian Cup and UAFA Club Cup : 2012–13
Performance in CAF competitions
The first match was against CARA Brazzaville and ended in victory for USM Alger 2–0 As for the biggest win result was in 2004 against ASFA Yennenga 8–1, and biggest loss first defeat in 1998 against Primeiro de Agosto club, and the second in 2013 against US Bitam 3–0.
First participation in International competition were in the African Cup Winners' Cup in 1982 and the maximum in the quarter-finals against Ghanaian club Hearts of Oak, in the 1989 version of the same competition and the club withdrew from the same role after the loss in the first leg against Malagasy club BFV at Stade Omar Hammadi, after that to miss the club's continental competitions for eight years until 1997 in the CAF Champions League for the first time, and almost USM Alger advance to the final match and goal difference in favor of Raja Casablanca.
Then he became the team participated in a systematic manner in various competitions such as African Cup Winners' Cup, CAF Cup, CAF Confederation Cup and the CAF Champions League until 2007 except in 2001 where the team disqualified in 2000 of the African Cup Winners Cup to be punished not to participate in any African competition for a whole year because of the participation an ineligible goalkeeper Burkinabé Siaka Coulibaly against JS du Ténéré from Niger in the second leg, In 2003 the team to reach the semi-finals of the African Champions League at the hands of ousts champion Enyimba, and after an absence of eight years from the African Champions League USM Alger managed to reach the final in 2015 for the first time in its history, but was defeated against TP Mazembe 4–1 on aggregate.
PlayersAlgerian teams are limited to two foreign players. The squad list includes only the principal nationality of each player;
Current squadAs of 28 July 2020.
Out on loan
Other players under contract
Current technical staff
|Head coach||Mounir Zeghdoud|
|Assistant coach||Toufik Kabri|
|Goalkeeping coach||Farid Belmellat|
|Fitness coach||Nassim Tiour|
|Director General||Abdelghani Hadi|
|Sporting Director||Anthar Yahia|
|financial director||Azzedine Bouchicha|
Notable playersHad senior international cap for their respective countries.
Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for USM Alger.
- Ayoub Abdellaoui 13
- Merouane Abdouni
- Hocine Achiou 8
- Tarek Hadj Adlane
- Rachid Aftouche
- Mouldi Aïssaoui
- Saïd Allik
- Djamel Amani
- Amar Ammour
- Salim Aribi 8
- Ali Attoui
- Youcef Belaïli
- Boubekeur Belbekri 1
- Farid Belmellat
- Raouf Benguit 13
- Fawzi Benkhalidi
- Mohammed Benkhemassa 13
- Mokhtar Benmoussa
- Yacine Bentalaa
- Abdelaziz Bentifour
- Hamid Bernaoui
- Omar Betrouni
- Mohamed Boualem
- Brahim Boudebouda
- Isâad Bourahli
- Salim Boutamine
- Mehdi Cerbah
- Farouk Chafaï
- Noureddine Daham
- Oussama Darfalou 13
- Rabah Deghmani
- Abderrahmane Derouaz 2 3
- Farid Djahnine
- Billel Dziri 4 7
- Djamel El Okbi
- Bouazza Feham
- Zinedine Ferhat
- Karim Ghazi
- Tarek Ghoul 5
- Nacer Guedioura
- Abderrahmane Meziane 13
- Abderrahmane Meziani
- Moulay Haddou
- Fayçal Hamdani 5
- Mohamed Hamdoud
- Djamel Keddou
- Nacereddine Khoualed 10
- Hamza Koudri
- Abdelkader Laïfaoui
- Khaled Lemmouchia
- Mahieddine Meftah 5 6 7
- Djamel Menad
- Hocine Metref
- Hichem Mezaïr 8
- Amokrane Oualiken
- Moncef Ouichaoui
- Azzedine Rahim 4
- Krimo Rebih
- Smaïl Slimani 2
- Saad Tedjar 11
- Hamza Yacef
- Mounir Zeghdoud 5 6 7
- Lamine Zemmamouche 12
- Djamel Zidane
- Mohamed Rabie Meftah 14
- Mohamed Benyahia 14
- Daniel Moncharé
- Freddy Zemmour
- Mamadou Diallo 9
- Mintou Doucoure
- Carolus Andriamatsinoro
- Abdoulaye Maïga 15
- Michael Eneramo
- Nacer Zekri 4
- Muaid Ellafi
- Note 1: played at the 1968 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 2: played at the 1980 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 3: played at the 1980 Summer Olympics.
- Note 4: played at the 1996 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 5: played at the 1998 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 6: played at the 2000 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 7: played at the 2002 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 8: played at the 2004 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 9: played at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
- Note 10: played at the 2011 African Nations.
- Note 11: played at the 2013 African Cup of Nations.
- Note 12: played at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
- Note 13: played at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
- Note 14: played at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
- Note 15: played at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
Records and statistics
For the club is considered more than reached the Cup final 17 times, including five consecutive times and all were defeated in 1969 against CR Belouizdad and the last in 1973 against the neighbor MC Alger The first cup achieved by the team was after seven finals in 1981 against ASM Oran, at that time the team was in the second division to become the first Algerian team to achieve the Algerian Cup in this class The club is one of only four clubs to have won the Algerian Cup once in succession, in 2003 and 2004. and is also the holder of the record in winning by eight cups shares with ES Setif and MC Alger USM Alger's biggest winning scoreline in a competitive match is 13–0, achieved against SO Berrouaghia in the Critériums d'Honneur in 1962. and in the championship, the club's biggest top-flight win was an 11–0 victory against ASM Oran at the July 5, 1962 Stadium in the 1975–76 season, also biggest loss was a 7–1 reverse against JS Kabylie in 1989 in Tizi Ouzou. USM Alger's tally of 7 League Championships is the third highest in Algerian football, after JS Kabylie and ES Setif, USM Alger have achieved once League and Algerian Cup "Doubles" Every starting player in USM Alger's 48 games of the 2012–13 season was a full international – a new club record. USM Alger were also the second Algerian club to reach the final of the CAF Champions League, in 2015, losing the final 4–1 on aggregate to TP Mazembe. On the one hand coaches, and since the 1999–2000 season, Noureddine Saâdi was the manager of USM Alger for 133 matches, more than any other manager on three occasions, which he achieved two titles and Rolland Courbis is the first foreign coach achieves a title with the team when he won the Algerian Cup in 2013. In the area of players transfer deals Mamadou Diallo is the richest player they have sold to Nantes in 2004 at 700,000 euros. As for the most expensive player they have brought, he is Kaddour Beldjilali from the Tunisian club Étoile du Sahel, with 400,000 Euros in 2014.