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Full name Al-Ra'ed Saudi Club
Founded 1954
Ground King Abdullah Sport City Stadium,
Buraidah, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 35,000
Chairman Abdullatif Al-Khudair‏
Manager Marc Brys
League Saudi Professional League
2013-14 9th
Current season

Al-Ra'ed is a Saudi football club and the first of its kind in the Qassim region of Saudi Arabia.[citation needed] One of the club's notable founders is Abdulaziz Al-Obodi.[citation needed] Established in 1954, Al-Raed plays in the Pro League and the Crown Prince Cup.[1]


The team was able to qualify for the Premier League Saudi Arabia, in 1980-1981. It fought Club K in the qualifiers held in Riyadh. In 1986 it was the first team from the Qassim region to enter the Saudi Premier League. The team repeated this ascension to the Premier League at the end of 1989, 1992, 1998, 2002 and 2007. The Senyhassad junior team reached the Saudi Premier League clubs for juniors in 1999, and in 2003.

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 September 2012[2]

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 Saad Al-Saleh
22 Saudi Arabia GK Fahad Al-Shameri
24 Saudi Arabia GK Khaled Al-Muqaitib
28 Saudi Arabia GK Ahmed Al-Kassar
5 Saudi Arabia DF Fahad Al-Dhefiri
6 Saudi Arabia DF Ibrahim Madkhali
17 Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Al-Amri
19 Jordan DF Anas Bani Yaseen
20 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulsalam Al-Shereaf
21 Saudi Arabia DF Saeed Al-Issa
23 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulla Al-Harbi
26 Saudi Arabia DF Hadi Yahya
27 Saudi Arabia DF Jufain Al-Bishi
31 Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Al-Berik
42 Saudi Arabia DF Sanad Sharahily
No. Position Player
50 Saudi Arabia DF Sultan Al-Kaebi
8 Saudi Arabia MF Fuaad Al-Mutairi
10 Saudi Arabia MF Meshal Al-Enazi
12 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulrahman Al-Barakah
13 Saudi Arabia MF Maan Khodari
14 Saudi Arabia MF Mousa Al-Aoufi
15 Saudi Arabia MF Fares Al-Ayyaf
29 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulla Al-Hadhriti
33 Cameroon MF Alexis Mondomo
7 Saudi Arabia FW Salman Al-Sibyani
25 Morocco FW Hassan Tair
32 Saudi Arabia FW Fahad Al-Johani
35 Iraq FW Amjad Radhi
39 Saudi Arabia FW Hamad Al-Juhaim
77 Saudi Arabia FW Samer Salem


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "AL RAED". Global Sports Media. 2012. pp. Web page. Retrieved 24 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Al-Raed". Saudi League Statistics. Retrieved 20 September 2012.