Al-Nahda Club (Saudi Arabia)

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Al-Nahda
Al-Nahdah (Dammam).svg
Full name Al-Nahda Football Club of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Founded 1949
Ground Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium, Dammam
Ground Capacity 26,000
Manager Jalal Qaderi
League Saudi Professional League
2012–13 2nd (promoted)

Al Nahda is a Saudi football club from Al-Khobar, Dammam.

In the 2007-2008 season, under the lead of the Croatian coach Dragan Talajić, Al Nahda played the finals of the Prince Faisal Cup, being the first team from the Saudi Second League to play the in the final.

Players[edit]

As of Saudi First Division:

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Wadia Al-Obaid      Saudi Arabia
2 Defender Ali Ftayni      Saudi Arabia
3 Defender Hussain Haqawi      Saudi Arabia
5 Midfielder Abdulla Hujail      Saudi Arabia
6 Defender Ali Al-Bulaihi      Saudi Arabia
8 Defender Abdulla Al-Tamran      Saudi Arabia
10 Midfielder Hani Al-Dhahi      Saudi Arabia
11 Midfielder Issa Al-Sabah      Jordan
12 Midfielder Hamed Falatah      Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Fares Al-Rowaili      Saudi Arabia
15 Forward Hussain Muaaz      Saudi Arabia
16 Forward Khaled Al-Thobaiti      Saudi Arabia
17 Midfielder Abdulaziz Al-Nashi      Saudi Arabia
18 Forward Ahmed Al-Khodhair      Saudi Arabia
19 Forward Saad Al-Harbi      Saudi Arabia
20 Midfielder Naif Al-Olayani      Saudi Arabia
21 Forward Abdulaziz Al-Saaran      Saudi Arabia
23 Goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Hassawi      Saudi Arabia
25 Midfielder Fahad Al-Malki      Saudi Arabia
30 Defender Ahmed Al-Muhaifidh      Saudi Arabia
45 Goalkeeper Abdurahim Al-Khaibari      Saudi Arabia
77 Midfielder Mohannad Al-Saad      Saudi Arabia
96 Goalkeeper Marwan Al-Haidary      Saudi Arabia

Managers[edit]

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