Al Taawoun Football Club

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Al Taawoun
FoundedGroundManager
1956King Abdullah Sport City Stadium,
Buraidah, Saudi Arabia
Péricles Chamusca
Al Taawoun Football Club Squad
#PlayerPositionJersey
1MailsonGoalkepper1
2Ammar Al-AmmarGoalkepper22
3Raghed Al-NajjarGoalkepper36
4Mohammed Al-DhulayfiGoalkepper27
5Andrei GirottoDefender4
6Mohammed Al-GhamdiDefender6
7Fahad Al-AbdulrazzaqDefender11
8Sulaiman HazaziDefender12
9Hassan KadeshDefender14
10Waleed Al-AhmedDefender23
11Saad BalobaidDefender31
12Hassan RabeaDefender40
13Muath Faqeehi (on loan from Al-Hilal)Defender42
14Awn Al-SaluliDefender93
15Léandre TawambaForward3
16Rayan Al-JohaniForward70
17Khalid Al-MuntashiriForward97
18Sattam Al-RoqiMidfielder7
19Abdulmalek Al-ShammeriMidfielder9
20Álvaro MedránMidfielder10
21Abdulrahman Al-MughaisMidfielder13
22Abdulmalik Al-OyayariMidfielder15
23Mateus CastroMidfielder16
24Aschraf El MahdiouiMidfielder18
25Nawaf Al-RashwodiMidfielder20
26Abdullah Al-HammadMidfielder21
27Flávio Medeiros (on loan from Trabzonspor)Midfielder24
28Ahmed BahusaynMidfielder29
29Hassan Al-OmariMidfielder77
30Basil Al-MehawesMidfielder90
31Rakan Al-TulayhiMidfielder91
32Saad Al-Nasser

Al Taawoun Football Club is a professional multi sports club based in Buraidah, Saudi Arabia. The football team competes in the Saudi Professional League, the top tier of Saudi Football.

The club play their home games at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium in Buraidah, sharing the stadium with city rivals Al-Raed with whom they contest the Qasim Derby with.

Al-Taawoun were founded in 1956 under the name of “Al-Shabab” by their founder Saleh Al Wabili. Four years after the founding of the club, they were officially registered as a professional club in 1960.

Al-Taawoun best ever top-flight season came in the 2018–19 season when the club successfully challenged for the Asian Champions League spots, eventually finishing in third place in the Saudi Professional League, their highest ever league position to date. And to top off their season, Al-Taawoun reached the King Cup final by thrashing Al-Hilal 5-0 at the King Saud Stadium in the semi-final, and went on to defeat Al-Ittihad 2-1 in the final to claim their first-ever top-flight trophy, with the winning goal coming in the 90th minute.[4] Al-Taawoun also became the first club from Al-Qassim Region to win the King Cup.