Al-Wehda Club (Mecca)

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Al-Wehda Club
Al-Wehda Club Mecca Logo.png
Full name Al-Wehda Club
Nickname(s) Knights of Mecca (فرسان مكة)
Founded 1945
Ground King Abdul Aziz Stadium
Ground Capacity 33,195[1]
Manager Djamel Belkacem
League Saudi First Division
2016–17 Professional League, 14th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Al-Wehda Club (Arabic: نادي الوحدة‎‎) is a multi-sports club team from Makkah, Saudi Arabia, founded in 1916. The football section plays in the Saudi Professional League.[2] They also have a handball section.


1957, 1966



As of Saudi Premier League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Abdullah Al Arraf  Saudi Arabia
12 Goalkeeper Imad Al-Dossari  Saudi Arabia
55 Goalkeeper Mohaya Al-Sulami  Saudi Arabia
91 Goalkeeper Ahmed Al-Ghamdi  Saudi Arabia

2 Defender Rabee Al-Mousa  Saudi Arabia
13 Defender Amer Haroon  Saudi Arabia
22 Defender Kamel Al-Mor  Saudi Arabia
23 Defender Yahya Kabi  Saudi Arabia
33 Defender Bander Ba Ajaj  Saudi Arabia
46 Defender Abdurahman Al-Saeed  Saudi Arabia
70 Defender Waleed Mahboob (Captain)  Saudi Arabia
99 Defender Kamel Al-Mousa  Saudi Arabia

5 Midfielder Moataz Al-Musa  Saudi Arabia
6 Midfielder Mansor Al-Najar  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Abdulellah Al-Malki  Saudi Arabia
10 Midfielder Bader Al-Shahrani  Saudi Arabia
16 Midfielder Khaled Ba Butain  Saudi Arabia
20 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Qathami  Saudi Arabia
27 Midfielder Issam Al-Qarni  Saudi Arabia
35 Midfielder Hussain Al-Luqmani  Saudi Arabia
36 Midfielder Muhannad Al-Faresi  Saudi Arabia
66 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Muwallad  Saudi Arabia
80 Midfielder Sultan Al-Dossari  Saudi Arabia

11 Forward Farid Al-Harbi  Saudi Arabia
15 Forward Mousa Madkhali  Saudi Arabia
24 Forward Majed Al-Deeni  Saudi Arabia
77 Forward Abdullah Khattab  Saudi Arabia



  1. ^ "King Abdul Aziz Sport City Stadium". Saudi Pro League Statistics. Retrieved 30 December 2015. 
  2. ^ "Al Wahda FC (Mecca)". Soccerway. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 
  3. ^ Ian King and Mohammed Qayed (14 May 2010). "Saudi Arabia - List of Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 

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