|Full name||Hajer Football Club Al-Hasa|
|Nickname(s)||Sheikh Andiyat Al-Ahsa
Al Sheikh Al Hajrawi
|Ground||Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Stadium
Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia
|League||Saudi First Division|
|2016–17||First Division, 9th|
|Website||Club home page|
Established in 1950, the club is the oldest team in Al-Ahsa. The club have been promoted to the top tier of Saudi Football on 4 different occasions. Hajer have a record 4 First Division titles and have the won the Prince Faisal bin Fahd cup once.
Hajer Club were founded in the city of Hofuf part of the Al-Ahsa province in 1948 and they are the oldest professional football club in the Al-Ahsa region. The club was officially recognized as a professional football club in the year of 1950. The club was formerly called "Al-Badr" before changing their name to "Hajer". 
 Prince Faisal bin Fahd Cup for Division 1 and 2 Teams
- Winners (1): 2004-05
- Runners-up (2): 1995-96, 2000-01
Saudi First Division (Level 2)
Saudi Second Division (Level 3)
- Winners (1): 2001-02
As of Saudi First Division:
The current administration that runs the club is the club-president Sami Al-Melhem and vice-president Osama Al-Naeem.
- Chairman: Sami Al-Melhem
- Director of football: Slobodan Ogsananovic
- Media Officer: Ali Al Saeed
- Head Coach: Abdullah Al-Janoubi
- Gaúcho (2000–01)
- Ednaldo Patricio (Jun 25, 2011 – Oct 3, 2012)
- Tarek Yehia (Oct 18, 2012 – Apr 28, 2013)
- Nebojša Jovović (Apr 28, 2013 – Oct 30, 2015)
- Abdullah Al-Janoubi (caretaker) (Oct 30, 2015 – Nov 4, 2015)
- Stéphane Demol (Nov 4, 2015 – Mar 8, 2016)
- Abdullah Al-Janoubi (Mar 8, 2016 – )
- "Prince Abdullah Bin Jalawi Sport City Stadium". Saudi Pro League Statistics. Retrieved 30 December 2015.
- "بعض من منجزات النادي في كرة القدم". Hajer Club. Retrieved 24 April 2007.
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