Al-Ansar F.C.

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This article is about the Saudi Arabian football club. For other uses, see Ansar.
Al-Ansar
Al-Ansar logo.png
Full name Al-Ansar Football Club
Founded 1966
Ground Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Stadium
Medina, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 24,000
Chairman Saudi Arabia Mohammad Al-Din Baha' Niazi
Manager Egypt Abood Al-Khodhari
League Saudi Second Division
2015–16 Group B, 8th place

Al-Ansar (Arabic: الأنصار‎‎) is a Saudi Arabian multi-sports club[1] based in Medina. Its football team has the Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Stadium as their home stadium. It is currently playing in the Saudi Second Division. In the season 2011–2012 the club changed its colors and logo.

Players[edit]

As of Saudi First Division:

No Position Player Nation
11 Goalkeeper Fayez Al-Khaibari  Saudi Arabia
22 Goalkeeper Hesham Al-Khaibari  Saudi Arabia
23 Goalkeeper Abdulelah Al-Zahrani  Saudi Arabia

3 Defender Wajdi Bakhashwin  Saudi Arabia
5 Defender Meshal Al-Johani  Saudi Arabia
24 Defender Noor Al-Rashidi]  Saudi Arabia
27 Defender Mahmoud Shenqeeti  Saudi Arabia
28 Defender Hassan Belal  Saudi Arabia
33 Defender Ali Hakami  Saudi Arabia
50 Defender Abdulmajeed Al-Johani  Saudi Arabia
55 Defender Ahmed Housah  Saudi Arabia
94 Defender Mohammed Al-Sharqi  Saudi Arabia

4 Midfielder Saad Al-Yami  Saudi Arabia
6 Midfielder Abdulaziz Abo Baker  Saudi Arabia
7 Midfielder Asem Barnawi  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Aymen Al-Hojaili  Saudi Arabia
9 Midfielder Ali Al-Hadidi  Saudi Arabia
10 Midfielder Marwan Al-Haydari  Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Badr Ba Eisa  Saudi Arabia
15 Midfielder Ibrahim Al-Harbi  Saudi Arabia
19 Midfielder Hussain Al-Nakhli  Saudi Arabia
77 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Zeir  Saudi Arabia

18 Forward Raed Al-Johani  Saudi Arabia
25 Forward Naif Al-Rehaili  Saudi Arabia
29 Forward Ryan Belal  Saudi Arabia
44 Forward Helal Al-Harbi  Saudi Arabia

Personnel[edit]

Current Technical Staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Egypt Sherif El-Khashab
Technical Assistant Saudi Arabia Bandar Al Ahmadi
Assistant Manager
Fitness Coach
Goalkeeping Coach
Physiotherapist

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]