Ohod Club

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Ohod Club
Full name Ohod Al Madina Al Munawara Club
Founded 1936
Ground Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Stadium
Capacity 24,000
Chairman Saud Al-Harbi
Manager Paraguay Francisco Arce
League Saudi Professional League
2016–17 Saudi First Division, 2nd (promoted)

Ohod Club is a Saudi Arabian football club based in Medina. The club's home ground is Prince Mohamed Bin Abdulaziz Stadium.

Ohod last played in the Saudi Premier League during the 2004–05 season,[1] as the club finished in last place and were relegated to the Saudi First Division.[2] During the 1994 FIFA World Cup two players from Ohod were selected for the Saudi Arabia national team and Cameroon national team, respectively, Hamzah Idris and Thomas Libiih. Other famous players are Redha Tukar (1995-2001) and Mohammad Khouja (2003-2005).

Current squad[edit]

First team squad[edit]

As of Saudi Premier League:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Zouheir Laaroubi  Morocco
3 Defender Enes Šipović  Bosnia and Herzegovina
4 Defender Adolphe Teikeu  Cameroon
5 Defender Omar Mohammed  Saudi Arabia
6 Midfielder Carlos Ohene  Ghana
7 Defender Apodi  Brazil
8 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Dhaw  Sudan
9 Forward Naif Hazazi  Saudi Arabia
10 Forward Islam Seraj  Saudi Arabia
11 Forward Rakan Al-Hafdhi  Saudi Arabia
12 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Rashidi  Saudi Arabia
13 Midfielder Moataz Tombakti (on loan from Al-Fayha)  Saudi Arabia
14 Midfielder Tamer Haj Mohamad  Syria
16 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Sohaymi  Saudi Arabia
17 Defender Sami Kassar  Saudi Arabia
21 Midfielder Mohammed Attiyah  Saudi Arabia
22 Goalkeeper Abdoh Besisi  Saudi Arabia
23 Forward Haroon Eisa  Burkina Faso
24 Defender Hussein Abdulghani (captain)  Saudi Arabia
25 Defender Muhannad Shenqeeti  Saudi Arabia
30 Goalkeeper Hossam Abdulmajeed  Saudi Arabia
40 Midfielder Ali Al-Asmari (on loan from Al-Ahli)  Saudi Arabia
45 Defender Ziyad Al-Hunaiti  Saudi Arabia
50 Defender Osama Aashor  Saudi Arabia
70 Midfielder Sumaihan Al-Nabet  Saudi Arabia
80 Midfielder Nawaf Mashea  Saudi Arabia
88 Midfielder Talal Majrashi (on loan from Al-Fayha)  Saudi Arabia
90 Midfielder Bruno Santana  Brazil
99 Forward Ribamar  Brazil
77 Forward Sultan Alharbi  Saudi Arabia

Former managers[edit]

  • Romania Petre Gigiu (2010–11)


  1. ^ Ahmad, Mahmoud (2004-12-27). "King Fahd Cup Resumes Today". Arab News. Archived from the original on 2006-09-23. Retrieved 2009-04-06.
  2. ^ "Saudi Arabia 2004/05". RSSSF. Retrieved 2009-04-06.

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