|Full name||Aswan Sporting Club|
|Founded||1 January 1930|
|League||Egyptian Second Division, 3rd (Stay)|
|2016–17||Egyptian Premier League, 16th|
Club Head Masters
39 Aswan's first president, Athee Bek Al-Nazer, Abbas Bey Farid, Ahmed Beck Abdelkader, Mahmoud Bek Hussein, Ahmed Bakr Sorour Sharif, Salem Bey Habashi, Ahmed Bek El-Hefnaoui, Ismail Bey El-Deroui, Abdel-Khaliq Bek Safwat, Abd El Latif Bek Shaker, Mohammed Bek Ahmed, Hussein Bey Raafat, Shu'ayb, Ishmael Bey Fakhri, Ahmad Bey Issa, Abdel Aziz Bak El-Qadi, Mohamed Bek Said, Hussein Bek Amin, Ismael Bey Fahmy, Abdel Hamid Bey Aref, Ibrahim Bek Halim, Mohamed Bek Omar, El-Awaat Abdel Aziz Abdel Hay, Hassan Khaled Hamdy, Abdel Aziz Al-Aghoury, Zakaria Abdel Fattah, Ahmed Najmuddin Sri and the advisor Mustafa Hamad, then the advisor Mustafa Hamad for 8 years, then Mohamed Abu El Nile for four years, then the advisor Shafei Saleh 4 years, the engineer Hussein Al-Nazer 5 years,Nader Al-Zayat, the adviser Hussein Abdo and the last one, Dr. Hassan Abdel Qader.
Aswan football team played a total of 9 seasons in the Egyptian Premier League in its history. The team first appeared in the Premier league in the 1990–91 season, while the last season was in 2016-17. The longest spell the team spent in the Premier league was for only three consecutive seasons (from 1996–97 to 1998–99).
Aswan FC currently competes in the Egyptian Premier League.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Said, Tarek "Aswan Club Premier League Participations", Egyptian Football.net. Retrieved on 5 May 2010.