Al-Faisaly Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الفيصلي الرياضي) is the oldest football club in Jordan, formed in Amman in 1932, which is also considered to be one of the best in Jordan, winning Jordanian football club tournaments, the Jordan League, Cup, Shield Cup, and Super Cup, multiple times. Their current competitive or rival team is Al-Wehdat SC, a Jordanian club formed by a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman which is also one of the best clubs in the country, winning local tournaments as many times as their rival team Al-Faisaly.
The (management of the) club has always been run by the Al-Odwan family and still is today, with head of the club Al-Shiekh Sultan Al-Odwan, former player of the club and the Jordan national team, and former president of the JFA.
Al-Faisaly are champions of the 2005 and 2006 AFC Cups.
Riots have repeatedly broken out for the past years between supporters and fans of Jordan's top rival clubs Al-Faisaly and Al-Wahdat, which is also a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman. The riots are regarded as reflecting tensions between the Palestinian fans of Al-Wahdat and the Jordanian fans of Al-Faisaly.
Derbi Amman is a football traditional game which combines clubs Al-Wehdat and Al-Faisaly and these games received great interest among the sports community on the Domestic and Arab level to afford the sensitivities and a long history between the two teams with meetings since 1975: