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Saudi Arabia national under-17 football team

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Saudi Arabia national under-17 football team

Saudi Arabia Under-17
Nickname(s) الصقور الخضر
(The Green Falcons)
Association AFC (Asia)
Home stadium King Fahd International Stadium
FIFA code KSA

Saudi Arabia national under-20 football team (also known as Saudi Arabia Under-17 or Saudi Arabia Junior Team) represents Saudi Arabia in international football competitions in AFC U-17 Championship and FIFA U-17 World Cup, as well as any other under-17 international football tournaments.

FIFA World U-17 Championship Record

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