Al-Najma (Saudi Arabian Sport Club)

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Al-Najma
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Full name Al-Nejmeh Saudi Club
Nickname(s) Star of Unaizah
Founded 1960
(as Al-Nahdha)
Ground Al-Najma Club Stadium
Unaizah, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Al-Sufi
Manager Tunisia Al-Mnesf Ben Mosharek
League Saudi First Division

Coordinates: 26°5′43″N 44°2′53″E / 26.09528°N 44.04806°E / 26.09528; 44.04806

Al-Najma (Arabic: النجمة‎) is a Saudi Arabian football team based in Unaizah that is currently playing in the Saudi Second Division League. Founded in 1960, the team plays in white and black color and green colours.

Al-Najma has a fierce rivalry with local club Al-Arabi, which is usually manifested in the Unaizah Derby.

Players[edit]

First-team 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 Fares Seif
2 Saudi Arabia DF Bandar Al-Zweed
4 Saudi Arabia DF Turki Al-Hghas
5 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulrahman Al-Khaybari
6 Saudi Arabia MF Sultan Al-Rowaished
7 Saudi Arabia MF Sulaiman Al-Deawani
8 Saudi Arabia FW Mohammed Abu-Athab
9 Saudi Arabia FW Zamil Al-Sulim
10 Saudi Arabia MF Abdalrahman Al-Bhari
11 Saudi Arabia FW Nashi Al-Armani
12 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulaziz Al-Mofarrig
15 Saudi Arabia MF Yousef Aji
No. Position Player
16 Saudi Arabia DF Su’od Al-Harbi
17 Saudi Arabia DF Ibraheam Al-Mutairi
18 Saudi Arabia MF Yousef Al-Harbi
19 Saudi Arabia DF Sultan Al-Zameri
20 Saudi Arabia DF Fawaz Al-Marjan
21 Saudi Arabia DF Muhammed Al-Humaili (Captain)
22 Saudi Arabia GK Hamad Al-Juberi
23 Saudi Arabia FW Abdulrahman Al-Meni
29 Saudi Arabia MF Hamad Al-Salehi
30 Saudi Arabia MF Hamdan Al-Harbi
- Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Al-Mauf
- Saudi Arabia FW Mashari Al-Eid

1997–1998 Saudi Premier League[edit]

The best achievement by the team, is finished third for the Saudi Premier League 1997-98 And entering the semi-finals.

Coaches history[edit]

Presidents[edit]

  • Saudi Arabia Abdulrahman Al-Mashari
  • Saudi Arabia Muhammed Salih Al-Subaie
  • Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Mansour Al-Maiman
  • Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Ali Al-Nhabiy
  • Saudi Arabia Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Wassel
  • Saudi Arabia Saleh Al-Soyan
  • Saudi Arabia Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Wassel (Return)
  • Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Al-Sufi (Currently)

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