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Saudi Premier League 1984-85

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Saudi Premier League 1984-85

Saudi Professional League
Season 1984–85
Champions Al-Hilal
Relegated Al Jabalain
Al Ohud

1984 saw the 9th season in Saudi Arabian top flight football. Al-Hilal won the title for the 3rd time and the first since 1979.

The league was also expanded to feature 12 teams, with no relegation from the season before.

Newly promoted sides Al Ohud and Al Jabalain went straight back down.

Stadia and locations

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Locations of teams in the 1984-85 Saudi Premier League
Club Location Stadium
Al-Ahli Jeddah Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal Stadium
Al-Ettifaq Dammam Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium
Al-Hilal Riyadh King Fahd Stadium
Al-Ittihad Jeddah Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal Stadium
Al Jabalain Ha'il Prince Abdul Aziz bin Musa'ed Stadium
Al-Nahda Khobar Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium
Al-Nasr Riyadh King Fahd Stadium
Al Ohud Medina
Al-Qadisiya Al Khubar Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium
Al-Riyadh Riyadh Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium
Al-Shabab Riyadh King Fahd Stadium
Al-Wahda Mecca King Abdul Aziz Stadium

League Table

Pos Team P PTS
1 Al-Hilal 22 37
2 Al-Shabab 22 34
3 Al-Ahli 22 29
4 Al-Ettifaq 22 29
5 Al-Nasr 22 25
6 Al-Ittihad 22 22
7 Al-Riyadh 22 19
8 Al-Qadisiya 22 19
9 Al-Nahda 22 18
10 Al Wahda 22 14
11 Al Jabalain 22 11
12 Al Ohud 22 7
  • Promoted: Al-Ta'ee, Al Kawkab.
  • Full records are not known at this time


Saudi Premier League
1984-85 Winners
3rd Title

External links

  • RSSSF Stats
  • Saudi Arabia Football Federation
  • Saudi League Statistics
  • Article writer for Saleh Al-Hoireny - Al-Jazirah newspaper 03-09-2010
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