Abdul Rahman bin Saud Al Saud

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Abdul Rahman bin Saud
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Born 19 November 1946
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Died 29 July 2004 (aged 58)
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Burial 30 July 2004
Al Oud cemetery, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Full name
Abdul Rahman bin Saud bin Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud
House House of Saud
Father King Saud
Mother Jawhara bint Turki bin Ahmed Al Sudairi
Religion Islam

Abdul Rahman bin Saud bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (19 November 1946 – 29 July 2004) was a member of Saudi royal family, House of Saud.


Prince Abdul Rahman was born in Riyadh on 19 November 1946.[1] He was a son of King Saud. His mother was Jawhara bint Turki bin Ahmed Al Sudairi, who died when Prince Abdul Rahman was fifteen years old.[1] Prince Abdul Rahman completed his education at Ma'had Al Anjal School.

He was well known as godfather of Al-Nassr Club as he spent more than 36 years as the president of the popular Saudi sports club. He was the head of Al-Nassr for 3 stints: (1960–1969), (1975–1997) and (2000–2005). His love of the team made him accept the challenge of being the president of a second division club and turning it to a champion.[citation needed]

Personal life and death[edit]

Abdul Rahman in his childhood

Prince Abdul Rahman had five sons and 3 daughters[2].

  • Prince Khalid, who has seven children: Prince Bandar, Princess Al Jawharah, Prince Abdulaziz, Princess Mashael, Prince Abdulrahman, Prince Saud, and Prince Mohammed.
  • Prince Faisal
  • Prince Abdulaziz, who has one daughter named Jawaher.
  • Prince Mamdouh, who has four children: Prince Saud, Princess Al Jawharah, Princess Al Hanoof, and Princess Al Reem.
  • Princess Aljawhara
  • Princess Manal
  • Princess Ahhad
  • Prince Fahad

Prince Abdul Rahman died of a heart attack on 29 July 2004 at age 64.[1] His funeral prayers were performed at Imam Turki bin Abdullah mosque in Riyadh on 30 July 2004.[3]


  1. ^ a b c "Prince "Abdul Rahman bin Saud"". Al Nassr FC. Retrieved 12 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "kingsaud". Retrieved 2018-04-05. 
  3. ^ "Saudi Arabia mourns Prince Abdul Rahman bin Saud bin Abdulaziz". Kuwait News Agency. 29 July 2004. Retrieved 12 August 2012.