|10 Dec 22||Al Ansar ||-|| Nejmeh SC|
|04 Dec 22||Al Ansar|| ||1 - 1|| ||Al Ahed|
|27 Nov 22||Al Ansar|| ||1 - 0|| ||Sagesse SC|
|30 Oct 22||Al Ansar|| ||3 - 0|| ||Akhaa Ahli|
|22 Oct 22||Bourj|| ||1 - 3|| ||Al Ansar|
|16 Oct 22||Tadamon Sour|| ||0 - 4|| ||Al Ansar|
Al Ansar Football Club (Arabic: نادي الأنصار الرياضي, lit. 'The Supporters Sporting Club') is a Lebanese football club based in the Tariq El Jdideh district of Beirut. Formed in 1951, the club did not win its first Lebanese Premier League until 1988. It went on to set a world record by winning the league 11 seasons in a row.
The club have won the most Lebanese Premier League titles and Lebanese FA Cups than any other club, with 13 and 14 titles respectively. The club's support comes in majority from the Sunni community and they have been funded by Rafic Hariri and Salim Diab till 2005. Nabil Badr is the club's president and main patron since 2012. Ansar's major rivalry is with Nejmeh: dubbed the Beirut derby, it is the most anticipated game in Lebanon.