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Full name Al-Ra'ed Saudi Club
Founded 1954
Ground King Abdullah Sport City Stadium,
Buraidah, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 35,000
Chairman Abdullatif Al-Khudair
Manager Amrani Abdelkader
League Saudi Professional League
2013-14 9th
Current season

Al-Ra'ed is a Saudi football club and the first of its kind in the Qassim region of Saudi Arabia.[citation needed] One of the club's notable founders is Abdulaziz Al-Obodi.[citation needed] Established in 1954, Al-Raed plays in the Pro League and the Crown Prince Cup.[1]


The team was able to qualify for the Premier League Saudi Arabia, in 1980-1981. It fought Club K in the qualifiers held in Riyadh. In 1986 it was the first team from the Qassim region to enter the Saudi Premier League. The team repeated this ascension to the Premier League at the end of 1989, 1992, 1998, 2002 and 2007. The Senyhassad junior team reached the Saudi Premier League clubs for juniors in 1999, and in 2003.


As of Saudi Premier League:

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Saad Al-Saleh      Saudi Arabia
22 Goalkeeper Fahad Al-Shamri      Saudi Arabia
28 Goalkeeper Ahmed Al-Kassar      Saudi Arabia
44 Goalkeeper Khaled Al-Muqaitib      Saudi Arabia
2 Defender Sanad Sharahily      Saudi Arabia
5 Defender Sultan Al-Yami      Saudi Arabia
6 Defender Ibrahim Madkhali (Captain)     Saudi Arabia
16 Defender Kamil Zayatte      Guinea
20 Defender Abdulsalam Al-Sherif      Saudi Arabia
23 Defender Abdulla Al-Harbi      Saudi Arabia
27 Defender Jufain Al-Bishi      Saudi Arabia
33 Defender Hussain Al-Showaish      Saudi Arabia
-- Defender Ahmed Al-Habib      Saudi Arabia
7 Midfielder Sultan Al-Sawadi      Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Eid Al-Farsi      Oman
10 Midfielder Meshal Al-Enazi      Saudi Arabia
11 Midfielder Tamim Al-Dossari      Saudi Arabia
13 Midfielder Saoud Qern      Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Mousa Al-Aoufi      Saudi Arabia
15 Midfielder Fares Al-Ayyaf      Saudi Arabia
18 Midfielder Sultan Al-Sherif      Saudi Arabia
25 Midfielder Sultan Al-Bargan      Saudi Arabia
30 Midfielder Oussama Darragi      Tunisia
29 Forward Abdulla Al-Hadhriti      Saudi Arabia
32 Forward Fahad Al-Johani      Saudi Arabia
35 Forward Amjad Radhi      Iraq
-- Forward Ali Khormi      Saudi Arabia


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "AL RAED". Global Sports Media. 2012. pp. Web page. Retrieved 24 March 2012.