|Full name||Taiseer Jaber Al-Jassam|
|Date of birth||July 25, 1984|
|Place of birth||Al-Hasa, Saudi Arabia|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|2007||→ Al-Gharafa (loan)||14||(2)|
|2009||→ Qatar SC (loan)||2||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Since his debut in 2006, Taiseer has been a regular on the squads of both his club team and the national team. Taiseer is a key player, and considered one of the best players in Saudi Arabia in the last 10 years. Taiseer has been described as intelligent, visionary, technically gifted, with excellent work ethics. His strengths are: shooting, especially long-range shooting, dribbling, and passing. He plays in almost all positions in the midfield but most notably as an attacking midfielder, winger, and as a central midfielder.
Taiseer Al-Jassim helped Al-Ahli win the Saudi Federation Cup and the Saudi Crown Prince Cup in 2007 after scoring a goal in the final match with Ittihad FC club. He also won with his team the Gulf Cup for clubs in front of Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia 2008. He was instrumental also in his involvement in leading Al-Ahli to the Final game AFC Champions League 2012; he also led Al-Ahli to winning the King Cup of Champions in 2011 and 2012.
Loan to Al-Gharafa
Loan to Qatar SC
2007 AFC Asian Cup
He participated with the Saudi team in the 2007 AFC Asian Cup as a key player in the feet[clarification needed] and the level of the tournament, where he scored two goals against the Bahrain national football team. He was in the youth team in the tournament, which reached the final before the Iraq national football team and was one of four players with Malek Mouath, Yasser Al-Qahtani and Abdulrahman Al-Qahtani.
2009 Gulf Cup of Nations
He also participated in the 2009 Gulf Cup of Nations for the Saudi Arabia national football team, who reached the final against the Oman national football team. However, Al-Jassam's shot was wide of the post in the penalty shoot-out, the match ending 0–0, ultimately giving Oman the trophy by winning the penalties 6–5.
2011 AFC Asian Cup
2015 AFC Asian Cup
|1||July 18, 2007||Palembang, Indonesia||Bahrain||4-0||3-0||2007 AFC Asian Cup|
|2||July 18, 2007||Palembang, Indonesia||Bahrain||4-0||4-0||2007 AFC Asian Cup|
|3||November 2, 2007||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia||Namibia||1-0||1-0||Friendly|
|4||June 27, 2007||Kallang, Singapore||Singapore||2-1||2-1||Friendly|
|5||November 9, 2007||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia||Estonia||2-0||1-0||Friendly|
|6||October 9, 2010||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia||Uzbekistan||4-0||3-0||Friendly|
|7||January 9, 2011||Al Rayyan, Qatar||Syria||1-2||1-1||2011 AFC Asian Cup|
|8||February 24, 2012||Australia||New Zealand||6-0||5-0||Friendly|
|9||November 15, 2013||Dammam, Saudi Arabia||Iraq||2-1||1-0||2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|10||September 8, 2014||London, England||Australia||2-3||1-3||Friendly|
- Saudi Champions Cup: 2011, 2012
- Crown Prince Cup: 2002, 2007, 2014–15
- Saudi Federation Cup: 2007
- Arab Champions League: 2003
- Gulf Club Champions Cup: 2008
- AFC Champions League : Runner-up: 2012
- Saudi Arabia Footballer of the Year: 2012
- Al-Ahli Player of the Year: 2011–12
- Best Saudi Midfielder: 2011–12