Al-Wehda Club (Mecca)

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Al-Wehda Club
Al-Wehda Club Mecca Logo.png
Full name Al-Wehda Club
Nickname(s) Knights of Mecca (فرسان مكة)
Founded 1945
Ground King Abdul Aziz Stadium
Ground Capacity 38,000[1]
Manager Khalil Obaid[2]
League Saudi Professional League
2012/2013 14º
Website Club home page
Current season
Old crest –2008

Al-Wehda Club (Arabic: نادي الوحدة‎) is a multi-sports club team from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, founded in 1945. The football section plays in the Saudi First Division.[3] They also have a handball section.

Current squad[edit]

As of 18 September 2012[4]

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 Mosaab Howsawi
22 Saudi Arabia GK Assaf Al-Garni
27 Saudi Arabia GK Sami Fedha
40 Saudi Arabia GK Ahmed Al-Fahmi
2 Saudi Arabia DF Hatem Belal
3 Saudi Arabia DF Mansour Sharahili
4 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulaziz Al-Mansour
7 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulaziz Majrashi
8 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulaziz Al-Tariqi
13 Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Barnawi
26 Saudi Arabia DF Tareq Abdulaziz
31 Saudi Arabia DF Sari Amr
32 Saudi Arabia DF Mishaal Al-Saeed
46 Saudi Arabia DF Andurahman Al-Saeed
70 Saudi Arabia DF Waleed Mahboob
71 Saudi Arabia DF Ibrahim Bidhi
No. Position Player
5 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulkhaleq Barnawi
6 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulellah Al-Malki
10 Saudi Arabia MF Sultan Al-Nemri
14 Saudi Arabia MF Maher Othman
16 Saudi Arabia MF Moataz Tombatki
18 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulla Khattab
21 Saudi Arabia MF Majed Al-Hazzani
24 Saudi Arabia MF Ali Awagi
77 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulla Qaissi
80 Saudi Arabia MF Abdulaziz Fallatah
9 Saudi Arabia FW Saeed Al-Zahrani
11 Saudi Arabia FW Saqer Otayf
15 Saudi Arabia FW Mousa Madkhali
19 Sudan FW Montaser Rabia
20 Saudi Arabia FW Bader Al-Kharashi
36 Saudi Arabia FW Muhannad Al-Faresi


1956–57, 1965–66



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  2. ^ "Al Wahda Mecca". Retrieved 27 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "Al Wahda FC (Mecca)". Soccerway. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 
  4. ^ "Al-Wehda". Saudi League Statistics. Retrieved 18 September 2012. 
  5. ^ Ian King and Mohammed Qayed (14 May 2010). "Saudi Arabia - List of Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 

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