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List of football clubs in Saudi Arabia

This is a list of association football clubs in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia Football League 2015-2016 season

Saudi Professional League (14 team)

Club
Founded
City
Region
Al-Nassr FC 1955 Riyadh Riyadh Region
Al-Hilal FC 1957 Riyadh Riyadh Region
Al Shabab FC 1947 Riyadh Riyadh Region
Al-Ahli SC 1937 Jeddah Makkah Region
Ittihad FC 1927 Jeddah Makkah Region
Al-Faisaly FC 1954 Harmah Riyadh Region
Al-Fateh SC 1958 Al-Hasa Eastern Province
Khaleej FC 1945 Saihat Eastern Province
Al-Qadisiyah FC 1967 Khobar Eastern Province
Al-Raed FC 1954 Buraidah Al-Qassim Region
Al-Taawon FC 1956 Buraidah Al-Qassim Region
Al-Wehda Club 1945 Mecca Makkah Region
Hajer Club 1950 Al-Hasa Eastern Province
Najran SC 1980 Najran Najran Region


Saudi First Division (16 team)

Club
Founded
City
Region
Al-Riyadh SC 1953 Riyadh Riyadh Region
Al-Diriyah Club 1976 Diriyah Riyadh Region
Al-Feiha FC 1951 Al Majma'ah Riyadh Region
Al-Shoalah FC 1963 Al-Kharj Riyadh Region
Al-Mojzel Club 1975 Tumaer Riyadh Region
Damak FC 1966 Khamis Mushait 'Asir Region
Ettifaq FC 1945 Dammam Eastern Province
Al-Nahda Club 1949 Dammam Eastern Province
Al-Jeel FC 1976 Al-Hasa Eastern Province
Al-Nojoom FC 1976 Al-Hasa Eastern Province
Al Batin FC 1979 Hafar Al-Batin Eastern Province
Ohud FC 1936 Medina Al Madinah Region
Al Hazem SC 1957 Ar Rass Al-Qassim Region
Al-Watani FC 1959 Tabuk Tabuk Region
Al Ta'ee Club 1960 Ha'il Ha'il Region
Al-Orobah F.C. 1975 Sakakah Al Jawf Region

Saudi Second Division (20 team)

Saudi Third Division (32 team)

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