Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabian Club

Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabian Club نادي الإتحاد العربي السعودي

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Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabian Club
FoundedGroundHead Coach
1927King Abdullah Sports CityMarcelo Gallardo
Al-Ittihad Squad
#PlayerPositionJersey
1Abdullah Al-JadaaniGoalkepper21
2Marcelo GroheGoalkepper34
3Faisal Al-EisaGoalkepper51
4Osama Al-MarmashGoalkepper88
5Omar HawsawiDefender4
6Zakaria HawsawiDefender12
7Muhannad Al-ShanqeetiDefender13
8Abdulelah Al-ShehriDefender15
9Ahmed SharahiliDefender20
10Ahmed BamsaudDefender28
11Madallah Al-OlayanDefender33
12Suwailem Al-MenhaliDefender37
13Sultan Al-SulayliDefender38
14Karim BenzemaForward9
15Haroune CamaraForward70
16RomarinhoForward90
17Abderrazak HamdallahForward99
18Tarek HamedMidfielder3
19Sultan Al-FarhanMidfielder6
20N’Golo KantéMidfielder7
21FabinhoMidfielder8
22Igor CoronadoMidfielder10
23JotaMidfielder11
24Awad Al-NashriMidfielder14
25Marwan Al-SahafiMidfielder17
26Farhah Al-ShamraniMidfielder29
27Noureddine El BahharMidfielder44
28Saleh Al-AmriMidfielder77
Al-Ittihad Fixture

Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabian Club, also known as Al-Ittihad and also referred to as Ittihad Jeddah, is a professional football club based in JeddahSaudi Arabia, founded in 1927. The club has spent its entire history in the top flight of football in Saudi Arabia, currently known as the Saudi Pro League.

Al-Ittihad matches are played at Jeddah’s main stadium King Abdullah Sports City, which is the second-largest stadium in Saudi Arabia, accommodating 62,345 spectators. Al Ittihad has a long-standing rivalry with Al-Hilal, which is referred to as Saudi El Clasico, and is considered the most prominent and most watched annual match(es) in Saudi football.

It is the oldest sports club still surviving in Saudi Arabia, as the club was founded in 1927. The most successful period in the club history was the 1990s and the 2000s, when the club achieved a large number of titles and achievements domestically, regionally, and even globally culminating in the club securing the 4th place in the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship in Japan. Al-Ittihad will also take as host at the 2023 FIFA Club World Cup in Saudi Arabia