Al-Qadsiah FC

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Al-Qadsiah FC
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Full nameAl-Qadsiah Football Club
Nickname(s)Fares Al Sharqiya (Knight of the East)
Fakhr Al Sharqiya (Pride of the Eastern Province)
Founded1967; 52 years ago (1967)
GroundPrince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium
Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Capacity15,000[1]
ChairmanMusaad Al-Zamil
ManagerNacif Beyaoui
LeagueMS League
2018–19Pro League, 14th of 16 (relegated)
WebsiteClub website

Al-Qadsiah Football Club (Arabic: نادي القادسية‎; named after Quds, Arabic name of Jerusalem) is a Saudi Arabian football team that play in the Saudi Professional League. They are based in Khobar and their home ground is the Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium.[2]

Administration[edit]

The current administration that runs the club is the club-president Madi Al-Hajri and vice-president Abdullah Badgaish.

Achievements[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Winners (1): 1991–92[3]
Runners-up (1): 2004–05
Winners (1): 1993–94[3]
Runners-up (2): 1989–90, 1992–93
Winners (3): 2001–02, 2008–09, 2014–15
Runners-up (1): 1999–00

Asian[edit]

Winners (1): 1993–94

Asian Competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
1993–94 Asian Cup Winners' Cup 1st Round Bahrain Al Wahda 4–1 0–1
Quarter-final Maldives New Radiant w/o
Semi-final Qatar Al-Arabi 1–0 1–1
Final Hong Kong South China 2–0 4–2

Current squad[edit]

As of Prince Mohammad bin Salman League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Jack Duncan  Australia
2 Defender Anas Zabani  Saudi Arabia
3 Defender Wael Faqihi  Saudi Arabia
4 Defender Rhys Williams  Australia
5 Defender Adel Al-Muwallad  Saudi Arabia
6 Defender Majed Al-Khaibari  Saudi Arabia
7 Midfielder Hassan Al-Amri  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Badr Bashir (on loan from Al-Faisaly)  Saudi Arabia
9 Forward Andy Keogh  Ireland
10 Forward Stanley Ohawuchi  Nigeria
11 Midfielder Khalid Al-Ghannam  Saudi Arabia
12 Defender Salem Al-Hamdan  Saudi Arabia
13 Defender Muhannad Al-Malki  Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Mansor Al-Najar  Saudi Arabia
15 Defender Fawaz Fallatah  Saudi Arabia
16 Midfielder Nasser Al-Ozaizi  Saudi Arabia
17 Defender Abdullah Al-Bishi  Saudi Arabia
18 Midfielder Naif Hazazi (captain)  Saudi Arabia
19 Midfielder Abdulmohsen Al-Qahtani  Saudi Arabia
23 Defender Ibrahim Al-Shoeil  Saudi Arabia
24 Midfielder Hassan Abo Shararah  Saudi Arabia
25 Defender Khalifah Al-Dossari  Saudi Arabia
27 Defender Nasser Al-Khalifah  Saudi Arabia
28 Midfielder Nawaf Al-Habashi (on loan from Al-Shabab)  Saudi Arabia
29 Forward Fahad Al-Munaif  Saudi Arabia
32 Forward Fahad Al-Johani  Saudi Arabia
37 Goalkeeper Abdulaziz Al-Shehri  Saudi Arabia
77 Midfielder Omar Al-Zayni (on loan from Al-Ahli)  Saudi Arabia
88 Midfielder Hamad Al-Yami  Saudi Arabia
97 Goalkeeper Emad Fedaa  Saudi Arabia

Other players under contract[edit]

No Position Player Nation
55 Goalkeeper Faisel Masrahi  Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Mohammed Fatau  Ghana

Out on loan[edit]

No Position Player Nation
30 Forward Waleed Al-Shanqeeti (on loan to Najran)  Saudi Arabia
40 Goalkeeper Ahmed Al-Fahmi (on loan to Al-Kawkab)  Saudi Arabia
Forward Bismark Ferreira (on loan to Khor Fakkan)  Brazil

Coaching staff[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prince Saud Bin Jalawi Sport City Stadium". Saudi Pro League Statistics. Retrieved 28 December 2015.
  2. ^ Soccerway profile
  3. ^ a b Ian King and Mohammed Qayed (6 September 2012). "Saudi Arabia – List of Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 5 December 2012.
  4. ^ "The Ministry of Youth And Sports : Sudan" (in Arabic). Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 26 December 2012.
  5. ^ "Mariano Barreto". Soccerway. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 7 February 2013.
Preceded by
Yokohama F·Marinos
Japan
Asian Cup Winners' Cup
Runner up: South China

1994
Succeeded by
Yokohama Flügels
Japan