Al-Fateh SC

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Al-Fateh FC logo.png
Full name Al-Fateh Sports Club
Nickname(s) Al Namothji (The Role Model)
Founded 1958
Ground Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Stadium,
Al Mubarraz, Al-Ahsa Governorate, Al-Hasa
Ground Capacity 19,096[1]
Chairman Abdulaziz H. Alafaliq
Manager Fathi Al-Jabal
League Professional League
2016–17 Professional League, 8th
Website Club website

Al-Fateh Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الفتح الرياضي‎‎) is a Saudi Arabian multi-sports club based in Al-Hasa, It's known by its professional football club Al-Fateh FC.

The nickname, "Al-Namothaji" which means "the model", came from the fact that it's the almost all of the club's sports are playing in the national top flights. The team pulled off a great shocker when they won the 2012–13 Professional League.[2] Later, they advanced for the 2013 AFC Champions League group stage.

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

Professional League (Level 1)

First Division (Level 2)

  • Runners-up (1): 2008-09

Second Division (Level 3)

  • Winners (2): 1996–97, 1998–99
  • Runners-up (1): 2002–03

Cup[edit]

Saudi Super Cup

Current squad[edit]

First team squad[edit]

As of Saudi Premier League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Basel Al-Bahrani  Saudi Arabia
2 Defender Abdullah Al-Dawsari  Saudi Arabia
3 Defender Abdulaziz Majrashi (on loan from Al-Fayha)  Saudi Arabia
5 Defender Ahmed Sharahili (on loan from Al-Hilal)  Saudi Arabia
7 Midfielder Ahmed Al-Nadhri (on loan from Al-Ittihad)  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Nooh Al-Mousa  Saudi Arabia
9 Forward Hamad Al-Juahaim  Saudi Arabia
10 Midfielder Abdelkader Oueslati  Tunisia
11 Midfielder Saith Sakala  Zambia
12 Goalkeeper Ali Al-Mazyadei  Saudi Arabia
13 Defender Abdullah Al-Ammar  Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Fuhaid  Saudi Arabia
15 Midfielder Mazen Al-Sowailem  Saudi Arabia
17 Midfielder Riyadh Sharahili  Saudi Arabia
18 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Saeed  Saudi Arabia
21 Goalkeeper Habib Al-Watyan  Saudi Arabia
22 Goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Owaishir  Saudi Arabia
25 Defender Saleh Al-Nashmi  Saudi Arabia
26 Midfielder Ali Al-Zaqaan  Saudi Arabia
27 Defender Mohamed Yacoubi  Tunisia
29 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Majhad  Saudi Arabia
55 Midfielder Sandro Manoel (on loan from Al-Taawon)  Brazil
66 Defender Mohammed Aman  Saudi Arabia
71 Forward Hussain Al-Jassem  Saudi Arabia
80 Defender Abdullah Al-Yousef  Saudi Arabia
87 Defender Hussain Al-Khulaif  Saudi Arabia
88 Defender Majed Hazzazi  Saudi Arabia
90 Forward João Pedro  Brazil

Reserve squad[edit]

No Position Player Nation
16 Midfielder Hussain Al-Nakhli  Saudi Arabia
30 Midfielder Abdullah Doshi  Saudi Arabia
45 Defender Ibrahim Al-Nakhli  Saudi Arabia
61 Midfielder Ali Al-Eid  Saudi Arabia
-- Defender Adel Danah  Saudi Arabia
-- Midfielder Mubarak Al-Sultan  Saudi Arabia

Out on loan[edit]

No Position Player Nation
99 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Bladi (on loan to Al-Nojoom)  Saudi Arabia

Asian Competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2014 AFC Champions League Group Uzbekistan FC Bunyodkor 0-0 2-3
Group Iran Foolad 1–5 0-1
Group Qatar El Jaish 0-0 0–2
2017 AFC Champions League Group Qatar Lekhwiya 2-2
Group Iran Esteghlal Khuzestan 0-1
Group United Arab Emirates Al Jazira 3-1

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prince Abdullah Bin Jalawi Sport City Stadium". Saudi Pro League Statistics. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "الفتح يحقق لقب الدوري للمرة الأولى في تاريخه" [Al-Fateh won their first ever league title]. Al-Riyadh. 14 April 2013. Retrieved 27 December 2015. 

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