Al-Ahli SC (Jeddah)

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Al-Ahli S.F.C
Al-Ahli SC (Jeddah) logo.png
Full name Al-Ahli Saudi Football Club
Nickname(s) Fortress of Trophies
The Classy
Nation Ambassador
ALMalaki
Jeddah Ahli and Sea
Founded 1937 as Al-Thaghar
Ground King Abdullah Sports City
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 62,000
Chairman Fahad bin Khalid
Manager Christian Gross
League Saudi Professional League
2014–15 Saudi Professional League, 2nd
Website Club home page
Current season

Al-Ahli Saudi Sport Club (Arabic: النادي الأهلي الرياضي السعودي‎) is a Saudi Arabian professional sport club based in Jeddah. It's best known for its football team - the Al-Ahli Saudi Football Club.

In addition to football, the club runs volleyball, team handball, basketball, swimming (sport), and athletics (sport) teams.

Al-Ahli has achieved most in all the games of the 30 or more championships in the share of first-team, including 7 championship titles for football. Al-Ahli won the Saudi Premier League twice in 1978 and 1984. In 1984, Al-Ahli was under the management of Telê Santana.

Achievements[edit]

The club holds 48 official championships.

Domestic[edit]

  • Crown Prince Cup:
    • Winners (6) : 1957 (Al-Thaghar), 1970, 1998, 2002, 2007, 2015.[2]
    • Runners-up (6) : 1958 (Al-Thaghar), 1974, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010.
  • King's Cup
    • Winners (10) : 1962, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983.
    • Runners-up (2) : 1974,1984.
Al-Ahli's squad, picture taken in 1950
    • Runners-up (1) : 2014.
  • Saudi Federation cup:
    • Winners (5) : 2001, 2002, 2007, 2012, 2013.
    • Runners-up (7) : 1976, 1989, 1991, 1996, 2003, 2006, 2011, 2014.[4]

Asian[edit]

Arab[edit]

Gulf[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Saudi Shield Cup
    • Winners (1) : 1969.
  • International Friendship Football Tournament:
    • Winners (2) : 2002, 2003.
  • Maseef Season Trophies:
    • Winners (3) : 1966, 1974, 1982.

Note: the International Friendship Football Tournament is officially recognized by both FIFA and AFC

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

1986: Runner-up .[7]
2002–03: Qualifying West – 3rd Round
2005: Quarter-Finals
2008: Group Stage
2010: Group Stage
2012: Runner-up
2013: Quarter-finals

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Saudi Arabia GK Yasser Al Mosailem
22 Saudi Arabia GK Abdullah Al-Maiouf
44 Saudi Arabia GK Ahmed Al-Ruhaili
2 Saudi Arabia DF Saeed Al-Mowalad
3 Saudi Arabia DF Osama Hawsawi (vice captain)
6 Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Al-Fatil
13 Egypt DF Mohamed Abdel-Shafy (on loan from Zamalek)
21 Saudi Arabia DF Ageel Balghath
23 Saudi Arabia DF Kamel Al-Mousa
25 Saudi Arabia DF Motaz Hwsawi
31 Saudi Arabia DF Mansoor Al-Harbi
32 Saudi Arabia DF Majed Aseri
77 Greece DF Amiri Kurdi
4 Saudi Arabia MF Waleed Bakshween
5 Saudi Arabia MF Moataz Al-Musa
No. Position Player
7 Saudi Arabia MF Ahmed Al-Aoufi
8 Saudi Arabia MF Taisir Al-Jassim (captain)
11 Saudi Arabia MF Housain Al-Mogahwi
15 Saudi Arabia MF Saleh Al-Amari
17 Saudi Arabia MF Mohsen Al-Eisa
18 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulah Al-Mutairi
19 Brazil MF Bruno César
24 Saudi Arabia MF Salman Al-Muwashar
26 Saudi Arabia MF Mohammed Aman
29 Saudi Arabia MF Zakaria Sami
47 Saudi Arabia MF Mustafa Al-Bassas
9 Syria FW Omar Al Soma
16 Brazil FW Osvaldo
41 Saudi Arabia FW Mohannad Assiri
90 Saudi Arabia FW Saleh Al-Shehri

Records[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA GD P CC CPC PFC ARCL CL GCC Top scorer Manager
2000–01 SPL 1 22 15 6 1 50 19 31+ 51 - Quarter-final Winner Semi-final - - - - Belgium Lucca
2001–02 SPL 4 22 12 4 6 39 26 13+ 40 - Winner Winner - - Winner - - Belgium Lucca, Saudi Arabia Anbar
2002–03 SPL 2 22 15 2 5 54 23 31+ 47 - Runner-up Runner-up Winner QW-3rd Round - Egypt Barakat 10 Belgium Eilian, Belgium Dmitry
2003–04 SPL 4 22 10 8 4 31 21 10+ 38 - Runner-up Group Stage Group Stage - - Brazil Kim 7 France Lechantre
2004–05 SPL 5 22 10 8 4 41 21 20+ 34 - Round 16 Semi-final Semi-final Quarter-final - Brazil Perera 13 Brazil Geninho, Serbia Vučković
2005–06 SPL 4 22 9 9 4 45 23 22+ 36 - Runner-up Runner-up - - - Saudi Arabia Mouath 8 Serbia Vučković
2006–07 SPL 5 22 7 8 7 29 33 −4 29 - Winner Winner Semi-final - - Saudi Arabia Mouath 20 Serbia Vučković
2007–08 SPL 8 22 7 5 10 30 31 −1 26 Quarter-final Semi-final Semi-final - Group Stage - Saudi Arabia Mouath 14 Serbia Vučković
2008–09 SPL 3 22 11 7 4 33 20 +13 40 Quarter-final Round 16 Group Stage - - Winner Saudi Arabia Al-Raheb 10 Bulgaria Mladenov
2009–10 SPL 6 22 7 7 8 28 29 −1 28 Quarter-final Runner-up Semi-final - Group Stage - Brazil Simões 13 Argentina Alfaro, Brazil Farias
2010–11 SPL 6 26 11 4 11 48 41 +7 37 Winner Quarter-final Runner-up - - - Brazil Simões 20 Serbia Rajevac, Serbia Ilić
2011–12 SPL 2 26 19 5 2 60 22 +38 62 Winner Semi-final Winner - Runner-up - Brazil Simões 27 Czech Republic Jarolím
2012–13 SPL 5 26 12 8 6 51 33 +18 44 Semi-final Quarter-finals Winner - Quarter-finals - Brazil Simões 17 Czech Republic Jarolím, Serbia Ilić
2013–14 SPL 3 26 12 9 5 48 24 +24 45 Runner-up Quarter Finals Runner-up - - - Saudi Arabia Al-Jassim 9 Portugal Vítor Pereira
2014–15 SPL 2 26 17 9 0 59 22 +37 60 Round 16 Winner - - Switzerland Christian Gross

Player of the Year[edit]

Year Winner
2009–10 Saudi Arabia Abdulrahim Jaizawi
2010–11 Brazil Victor Simões
2011–12 Saudi Arabia Taisir Al-Jassim
2012–13 Saudi Arabia Mustafa Al-Bassas
2013–14 Saudi Arabia Taisir Al-Jassim

Presidents[edit]

Abdullah Bin Faisal, former president of the club
No Name From To
1 Saudi Arabia Hassan Hamood Al-Shams 1937 1940
2 Saudi Arabia Omar Hamood Al-Shams 1950 1952
3 Saudi Arabia Hassan Saroor Al-Sabyan 1952 1954
4 Saudi Arabia Abdullah Bahery 1955 1955
5 Saudi Arabia Omar Hamood Al-Shams 1956 1956
6 Saudi Arabia Ali Al-Jassem Al-Na'kly 1957 1957
7 Saudi Arabia Mohammed Fashlan 1958 1958
8 Saudi Arabia Abdulrahman ben Saead 1959 1960
9 Saudi Arabia Jameel Al-Gosani 1961 1961
10 Saudi Arabia Abdulfatah Abdulrabho 1962 1962
11 Saudi Arabia Abdullah Al-Bahry 1963 1963
12 Saudi Arabia Abdulfatah Abdulrabho 1964 1964
13 Saudi Arabia Omar Yousef 1965 1969
14 Saudi Arabia Mohammed ben Saleh Hamed 1970 1972
15 Saudi Arabia Abdullah ben Al-Ganb 1973 1974
16 Saudi Arabia Abdulmageed Yousef 1975 1975
17 Saudi Arabia Prince Khaled bin Abdullah 1976 1980
18 Saudi Arabia Prince Abdullah ben Faisal 1981 1981
19 Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed Al-Abdullah Faisal 1982 1984
20 Saudi Arabia Doctor Abdulraziq Abu Dawod 1985 1986
21 Saudi Arabia Ahmed Eid Al-Harbi 1987 1987
22 Saudi Arabia Prince Khaled bin Abdullah 1988 1994
23 Saudi Arabia Prince Abdullah ben Faisal be turkey 1994 1995
24 Saudi Arabia Prince Bader ben Fahd 1995 1996
25 Saudi Arabia Colonel Zaki Raheme 1996 1997
26 Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Abdulha'a 1997 1998
27 Saudi Arabia Doctor/Prince Salman Al-Sudairy 1998 1998
28 Saudi Arabia Prince Nawaf ben Abdulaziz ben turkey 1999 2003
29 Saudi Arabia Ahmed Moahmmed Marzoqi 2004 2005
30 Saudi Arabia Doctor Abdulraziq abu Dawod 2005 2005
31 Saudi Arabia Doctor Aymin Fadel 2005 2007
32 Saudi Arabia Doctor Abdulraziq abu Dawod 2007 2007
33 Saudi Arabia Ahmed Moahmmed Marzoqi 2007 2008
34 Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-A'aqary 2008 2009
35 Saudi Arabia Prince Fahd ben Khaled ben Abdullah ben Moahmmed 2009 Present

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

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