Al Jazira Club

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Full name Al-Jazira Sports & Culture Club
Founded 19 March 1974; 44 years ago (1974-03-19)
Ground Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium[1]
Capacity 42,056
Chairman Mansour Al-Nahyan
Manager Marcel Keizer
League UAE Pro League
2017–18 UAE Pro-League, 7th
Website Club website

Al-Jazira SCC is a football club from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. They play in the UAE Arabian Gulf League.[2]


Al-Jazira was established in 1974 as a merger between Khalidiyah and Al Bateen.[3]



  • Winners: 2006–07
  • Winners: 1982–83, 1987-88

Current squad[edit]

First team squad[edit]

As of UAE Pro-League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Nuqbi  United Arab Emirates
2 Defender Mohamed Fawzi  United Arab Emirates
3 Defender Salem Al-Eidi  United Arab Emirates
4 Defender Mohammed Ali Ayed  United Arab Emirates
5 Defender Musallem Fayez  United Arab Emirates
6 Defender Saif Khalfan  United Arab Emirates
7 Forward Ali Mabkhout  United Arab Emirates
10 Midfielder Mbark Boussoufa  Morocco
12 Defender Salem Rashid Obaid  United Arab Emirates
13 Defender Mohammed Al-Musalami  Oman
15 Midfielder Khalfan Mubarak  United Arab Emirates
18 Defender Abdullah Mousa  United Arab Emirates
21 Midfielder Yaqoub Al Hosani  United Arab Emirates
23 Midfielder Harib Al-Saadi  Oman
24 Defender Hamad Al-Junaibi  United Arab Emirates
27 Midfielder Salem Abdullah  United Arab Emirates
31 Forward Romarinho  Brazil
36 Goalkeeper Khaled Al-Senani  United Arab Emirates
42 Defender Badr Al-Shobaibi  United Arab Emirates
44 Defender Fares Jumaa  United Arab Emirates
45 Forward Ahmed Rabee  United Arab Emirates
50 Midfielder Mohammed Jamal  United Arab Emirates
55 Goalkeeper Ali Khasif  United Arab Emirates
71 Forward Alawi Mohammed  United Arab Emirates
77 Midfielder Sultan Bargash  United Arab Emirates
80 Midfielder Salem Ali Ibrahim  United Arab Emirates

Reserve squad[edit]

No Position Player Nation
14 Defender Eisa Al-Otaibah  United Arab Emirates
16 Forward Ahmed Fawzi  United Arab Emirates
25 Forward Rashed Al-Junaibi  United Arab Emirates
26 Defender Mohammed Al-Moqadam  United Arab Emirates
28 Midfielder Yousef Aymen  United Arab Emirates
29 Forward Zaid Al-Ameri  United Arab Emirates
30 Midfielder Hassan Al-Menhali  United Arab Emirates
32 Midfielder Ali Salem Saleh  United Arab Emirates
33 Forward Mohammed Ismaeel  United Arab Emirates
34 Defender Saeed Hizam  United Arab Emirates
35 Midfielder Abdullah Ramadan  Egypt
37 Defender Ahmed Al-Kalbani  United Arab Emirates
38 Goalkeeper Khaled Noubi  United Arab Emirates
39 Defender Omran Al-Hammadi  United Arab Emirates
40 Defender Mohammed Al Attas  United Arab Emirates
41 Defender Yousef Al-Ameri  United Arab Emirates
43 Midfielder Ali Al-Buraiki  United Arab Emirates
49 Midfielder Badr Al Attas  United Arab Emirates
51 Defender Khalifa Al-Hammadi  United Arab Emirates
52 Defender Abdullah Idriss  United Arab Emirates
56 Goalkeeper Abdurahman Al-Ameri  United Arab Emirates
58 Forward Majed Lafi  United Arab Emirates
79 Forward Sultan Mabkhot  United Arab Emirates
82 Defender Ahmed Al-Junaibi  United Arab Emirates
85 Forward Mohammed Al-Junaibi  United Arab Emirates
86 Defender Rashed Al-Hammadi  United Arab Emirates
87 Midfielder Ahmed Al-Hammadi  United Arab Emirates
88 Defender Abdullah Faisel  United Arab Emirates
89 Forward Faisel Al-Matroushi  United Arab Emirates
90 Goalkeeper Salem Khairi  United Arab Emirates
91 Forward Abdulaziz Al-Hammadi  United Arab Emirates
95 Defender Rashed Al-Marzouqi  United Arab Emirates
96 Goalkeeper Mayed Hassan  United Arab Emirates

Other players under contract[edit]

No Position Player Nation
17 Goalkeeper Saif Rashed  United Arab Emirates
19 Midfielder Leonardo Pereira  Brazil
-- Forward Sultan Al-Shamsi  United Arab Emirates
-- Forward Rabee Ali Hassan  United Arab Emirates



  1. ^ "Abu Dhabi Football Clubs". Culture, Leisure & Sports. Abu Dhabi Government. Archived from the original on May 31, 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011.
  2. ^ "Al Jazira SSC". Soccerway. Perform Group. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Club History". Al Jazira Sports Club Official Site. Archived from the original on February 14, 2012. Retrieved 23 September 2011.
  4. ^ "Al Jazira SCC: Trophies". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Hilmy Al Nawwal".
  6. ^ Neil Cameron (2 June 2011). "Al Jazira want management pedigree, not marquee name". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. Retrieved 16 October 2012.
  7. ^ James Piercy (22 August 2011). "From Braga to Vercauteren via Sabella: Al Jazira's boss hunt finally ends". Sport 360. Retrieved 6 April 2013.
  8. ^ a b Thomas Woods (8 March 2012). "Franky Vercauteren dismissed by Al Jazira". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. Retrieved 6 April 2013.
  9. ^ "Al Jazira confirm Eric Gerets as new coach to replace Walter Zenga". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. 20 May 2014. Retrieved 11 December 2014.

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