Al-Qadsia

Not to be confused with Qadsia SC.
Al-Qadisiyah FC
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Full name Al-Qadisiyah Football Club
Founded 1967
Ground Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium
Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Ground Capacity 20,000
Manager Mariano Barreto
League Saudi Premier League
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Al-Qadisiyah Football Club (Arabic: نادي القادسية‎) is a Saudi Arabian football team that play in the Saudi Professional League. They are based in Khobar and their home ground is the Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium.[1]

Achievements

Current squad 2011-12

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Saudi Arabia GK Ali Al-Mokhtar
4 Saudi Arabia DF Sultan Msarhi
5 Saudi Arabia MF Saleh Al-Quainem
6 Saudi Arabia DF Mohammed Al-Gizani
8 Saudi Arabia DF Ali Al-Shehri
9 Saudi Arabia MF Fahad Al-Doseri
10 Saudi Arabia MF Aiedh Al-Sahimi
11 Saudi Arabia FW Abdulaziz Al-Sobyani
12 Saudi Arabia MF Majed Aseri
13 Saudi Arabia MF Khaled Al-Haranda (captain)
14 Saudi Arabia MF Fahad Al-Sobaie
15 Saudi Arabia MF Esam Saleh
16 Saudi Arabia MF Ayed Al-Belwi
17 Saudi Arabia DF Zakarya Al-Hadaf
No. Position Player
18 Bahrain MF Abdulwahab Ali
20 Saudi Arabia FW Mohanad Al-Saad
21 Saudi Arabia GK Mansoor Al-Najai
23 Saudi Arabia DF Yasir Al-Shahrani
26 Saudi Arabia GK Ahmed Al-Khadrawi
27 Saudi Arabia DF Salman Hazazi
37 Ghana MF William Tiero
39 Saudi Arabia FW Safwan Al-Mowalad
70 Saudi Arabia DF Mansour Al-Thagafi
77 Saudi Arabia FW Bakr Fallatah
80 Nigeria FW Uche Agba
88 Saudi Arabia MF Mubark Al-Asmari
90 Saudi Arabia DF Abdulkarim Al-Khaibari
- Republic of Macedonia FW Zoran Baldovaliev

Managerial history

Asian Competitions

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
1993-94 Asian Cup Winners' Cup 1st Round Bahrain Al Wahda 4-1 0-1
Quarterfinal Maldives New Radiant w/o
Semifinal Qatar Al-Arabi 1-0 1-1
Final Hong Kong South China 2-0 4-2

References

Preceded by
Yokohama F·Marinos
Japan
Asian Cup Winners' Cup
Runner up: South China

1994
Succeeded by
Yokohama Flügels
Japan


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