New home of AlNassr FC

The new home of AlNassr FC

At the heart of the Saudi capital, Riyadh, the sons of Mutlaq Al Jaba'a, Zaid and Hussain, along with their friends established AlNassr FC. The beginning was on Monday 24th, October 1955. The ambitious and vigorous youth chose the name AlNassr "Victory" because of the many meanings of joy, victory, and success that it carries. They wanted it to be the ambition of every successful individual. They chose the colors blue and yellow because of the symbolism of the sands of the Arabian Peninsula and its surrounding sea. They put an emblem of the Arabian Peninsula on their chests as a sign of their faith and pride in our great country, from which AlNassr “Victory” shines as the “Knight of Najd” that have since rode on to achieve many accolades.

AlNassr achievements

The team began in the second division; then, with hard-work and determination, they made it to the premier league. AlNassr remains until today a great team whose name is instilled forever in Saudi sport as one of the greatest clubs in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East, and Asia. AlNassr achieved many titles and trophies that made the country and the fans proud. The club’s journey is a never-ending race to the top, despite winning 44 titles to date. AlNassr’s achievements are not limited to the national level but reached the international level as well, as they are the:

  • First Asian club to play in the FIFA Club World Cup in 2000 in Brazil, where they performed well and received praise from football critics and officials in Asia.
  • AlNassr won the Fair Play award becoming known as (the International).
  • AlNassr is also nicknamed (the Continental) since they are the only Asian club that played on 4 different continents: Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America.

Today, AlNassr will play in their stadium (MRSOOL Park) formerly known as King Saud University Stadium with a capacity of 24,000 spectators.

Team

Brad Jones

#1 GoalKeeper

Brad Jones

Nationality: Australian
Age: 38
Height: 1.94 m
Sultan Al-Ghannam

#2 Right Back

Sultan Al-Ghannam

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 26
Height: 1.73 m
Abdullah Madu

#3 Defender

Abdullah Madu

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 27
Height: 1.86 m
Abdulelah Al-Amri

#5 Defender

Abdulelah Al-Amri

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 24
Height: 1.83 m
Petros Araujo

#6 Midfielder

Petros Araujo

Nationality: Brazilian
Age: 31
Height: 1.82 m
Abdulmajeed Al-Sulayhem

#8 Midfielder

Abdulmajeed Al-Sulayhem

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 26
Height: 1.65 m
Abderrazzaq Hamed-Allah

#9 Striker

Abderrazzaq Hamed-Allah

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 30
Height: 1.65 m
Gonzalo Martinez

#10 Midfielder

Gonzalo Martinez

Nationality: Argentinian
Age: 27
Height: 1.70 m
Nordin Amrabat

#11 Midfielder

Nordin Amrabat

Nationality: Dutch/Moroccan
Age: 33
Height: 1.79 m
Abdulrahman Al-Obaid

#13 Left Back

Abdulrahman Al-Obaid

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 27
Height: 1.72 m
Abdulaziz Al-Dawsari

#15 Midfielder

Abdulaziz Al-Dawsari

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 32
Height: 1.73 m
Abdullah Al-Khaibari

#17 Midfielder

Abdullah Al-Khaibari

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 24
Height: 1.78 m
Maicon Roque

#18 Defender

Maicon Roque

Nationality: Brazilian
Age: 32
Height: 1.91 m
Mukhtar Ali

#21 Midfielder

Mukhtar Ali

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 23
Height: 1.85 m
Khalid Al-Ghannam

#24 Midfielder

Khalid Al-Ghannam

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 20
Height: 1.71 m
Osama Al-Khalaf

#27 Right Back

Osama Al-Khalaf

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 24
Height: 1.76 m
Kim Jin Su

#28 Left Back

Kim Jin Su

Nationality: Korean
Age: 28
Height: 1.77 m
Waleed Abdullah

#33 GoalKeeper

Waleed Abdullah

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 34
Height: 1.96 m
Abdul Rahman Al-Dosari

#39 Midfielder

Abdul Rahman Al-Dosari

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 23
Height: 1.78 m
Nawaf Al-Aqidi

#44 GoalKeeper

Nawaf Al-Aqidi

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 20
Height: 1.77 m
Ayman Yahya

#23 Midfielder

Ayman Yahya

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 19
Height: 1.72 m
Yahia Al-Shehri

#8 Midfielder

Yahia Al-Shehri

Nationality: Saudi
Age: 30
Height: 1.64 m
Brad Jones | 
#1 GoalKeeper

Bradley Jones, the Australian goalkeeper star, began his football career in the year 2000 and passed through many European clubs, which he started in Middlesbrough English Club and then went to Stoke City, England. Middlesbrough and Feyenoord Rotterdam, one of the biggest English clubs, Liverpool FC in 2012.

He joined Al-Nasr Club in 2019 and won the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional League Championship and the Saudi Super Cup

Sultan Al-Ghannam | 
#2 Right Back

Saudi soccer star Sultan Al-Ghanem started his football career in the right-back slot, where he started at Zulfi Club, then moved to Al-Faisaly Club and presented with him distinguished levels.
He officially signed with Al-Nasr Club in 2018 and registered his name as a star of Saudi football, as he joined the list of the first Saudi team.

Abdullah Madu | 
#3 Defender

Captain Walid Abdullah began his football career in 1996, when he started in the Sunni groups at Al-Shabab Club. Throughout his career, he represented the Saudi teams until he arrived to be the main guard of the first Saudi team.
He officially signed to Victory in 2017.

Abdulelah Al-Amri | 
#5 Defender

Captain Abdul Ilah Al-Omari started his football career at the Saudi Waj Club and moved to Al-Nasr Club in 2014, where he started from the youth level at Al-Nasr Club, during which he reached the Saudi national team for the youth and Olympic level and presented distinguished levels until he reached the first football team.

Petros Araujo | 
#6 Midfielder

Petros Matthews Araujo, the Brazilian soccer star, who presented distinguished levels throughout his football career, during which he passed through a number of big clubs, most notably Fluminense de Vieira of Brazil, Brazilian club Corinthians, Real Betis of Spain and Sao Paulo of Brazil.
Al-Nasr joined the Brazilian Axis Petros in 2018, and during his joining Al-Nasr Club, he contributed to the achievement of the Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Professionals Cup League and the Saudi Super Cup.

Abdulmajeed Al-Sulayhem | 
#8 Midfielder

Saudi football star Abdul Majeed Al-Sulayhum started football at Al-Shabab club, where he presented distinguished levels that made him one of the names that represented the Saudi Olympic team and the first and presented outstanding levels.
Al-Slyhim officially signed with Al-Nassr in 2020.

Abderrazzaq Hamed-Allah | 
#9 Striker

The star of the Moroccan attack, the owner of historical figures and the best Arab player for the year 2019, the historical goal-scorer Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah joined Al-Nasr Club in 2018 and achieved a number of titles with his club Al-Nasr, where in the 2019 sports season he became the historical top scorer in the Saudi League in addition to the award for the best player in the league, Hamdallah also succeeded in achieving The title of top scorer in the Saudi League for two consecutive seasons and the AFC Champions League top scorer.

Gonzalo Martinez | 
#10 Midfielder

Argentine soccer star Betty Martinez has throughout his football career made distinguished levels that made him a key player for his country, Argentina, in addition to the outstanding levels he presented with the clubs he represented, most notably the Argentine club River Plate, Atlanta United and Horkan of Argentina. Martinez signed his contract with Al Nassr in 2020.

Nordin Amrabat | 
#11 Midfielder

The star of the Moroccan national team, Noureddine Mrabet, signed with Al-Nasr club in 2018 from the Spanish club Leganes. During his career, Mrabet went through a number of football experiences in a number of European clubs, most notably Dutch club Einhoven, Spain's Malaga and Watford, in addition to the Turkish club, Galatasaray. For his contribution to the national team of Morocco in reaching the World Cup and for his outstanding levels during it.

Abdulrahman Al-Obaid | 
#13 Left Back

The Saudi left-back, who started his football career in the Sunni groups at Al-Qadisiyah club, represented the first Saudi team
Captain Abdulrahman Al-Obaid moved to Al-Nasr Club at the beginning of 2018.

Abdulaziz Al-Dawsari | 
#15 Midfielder

Captain Abdulaziz Al-Dossary succeeded in registering his name as a star of the Saudi team of youth, Olympic and Olympic degrees and presented distinguished levels and represented a number of Saudi clubs, including Al-Hilal, Al-Qadisiyah and Al-Faisaly
Al-Dossary signed with Al-Nasr in 2020.

Abdullah Al-Khaibari | 
#17 Midfielder

The Saudi midfielder, Captain Abdullah Al-Khaibri, had his beginnings in the Al-Shabab club. Captain Abdullah Al-Khaibri officially signed with Al-Nasr club in 2019 and presented distinguished levels that made him one of the stars of the first Saudi football team.

Maicon Roque | 
#18 Defender

Maicon Pereira Roque, the star of the Brazilian defense line, Maicon represented many clubs during his football career with which he achieved distinguished levels, most notably: Brazilian club Cruzeiro, in which he started from the Sunni groups, in addition to the Brazilian clubs Nacional Madeira, Portuguese club Porto, Brazilian club São Paulo and Turkish club Galatasaray.
Maicon joined the ranks of the first football team at Al Nasr Club in 2019.

Mukhtar Ali | 
#21 Midfielder

Captain Mukhtar Ali started his football career in the age groups of Chelsea FC, where he participated with the team and achieved a number of tournaments with him, after which he moved on the loan system to Adi Vitis Arnhem of the Netherlands and participated with him until he joined the list of the Saudi Olympic team and the first.
Axis star Captain Mukhtar Ali signed with Al Nasr club in 2019.

Khalid Al-Ghannam | 
#24 Midfielder

The young Saudi football star, Captain Khaled Al-Ghanem, began his football career at the Saudi Al-Qadisiyah club and presented with him distinguished levels in his Sunni groups, after which he joined the Saudi national team list of the level of youth and Olympic and presented with him outstanding levels.
Saudi midfielder Khaled Al-Ghanem signed with Al-Nasr club in 2020.

Osama Al-Khalaf | 
#27 Right Back

Captain Osama Al-Khalaf joined the ranks of Al-Nasr Club in 2020, when he started football at the Saudi Hajar Club, and during his career he represented Al-Ettifaq and Al-Hazm clubs.

Kim Jin Su | 
#28 Left Back

The young South Korean soccer star, who mainly participated in the South Korean national team for the youth and first degree, presented distinguished levels, and represented a number of clubs, most notably the German Hoffenheim and Jeonbuk Hyundai of Korea.
Korean left-back Kim Jin Soo signed with Al-Nassr in 2020.

Waleed Abdullah | 
#33 GoalKeeper

Captain Walid Abdullah began his football career in 1996, when he started in the Sunni groups at Al-Shabab Club. Throughout his career, he represented the Saudi teams until he arrived to be the main guard of the first Saudi team.
He officially signed to Victory in 2017.

Abdul Rahman Al-Dosari | 
#39 Midfielder

The Saudi left-back, who started his football career in the Sunni groups at Al-Qadisiyah club, represented the first Saudi team
Captain Abdulrahman Al-Obaid moved to Al-Nasr Club at the beginning of 2018.

Nawaf Al-Aqidi | 
#44 GoalKeeper

Captain Nawaf Al-Aqidi was included in the Sunni categories of Al-Nasr Club, where he joined the club in the Al-Baraem class and progressed in the Sunni Al-Nasr categories until he reached the first football team.

Ayman Yahya | 
#23 Midfielder

The career of the young star Ayman Yahya began in the Sunni groups at Al-Nasr Club, where he joined the Baraem degree in 2009 and participated in all Sunni categories of Al-Nasr, in addition to the Saudi teams of all grades, juniors, youth and first.
Captain Ayman Yahya arrived in the first football team while he is still in the youth ranks due to the distinguished levels that made him a constant name in the first football team.

Yahia Al-Shehri | 
#8 Midfielder

Saudi soccer star Captain Yahya Al-Shehri started football at the Saudi Al-Ettifaq Club and succeeded in presenting outstanding levels that made it a constant name in the Saudi national team lists of all ranks, right up to carrying the captaincy of the first Saudi national team
Yahya Al-Shehri moved to Al-Nasr club in 2013 and succeeded in the same year in being the most goal-making player in Saudi competitions.
In 2018, the monthly loan system moved to Spanish club Leganes.
Yahya Al-Shehri, with his club Al-Nasr, achieved the Abdul Latif Jameel League for two consecutive seasons, in addition to the Crown Prince Cup, and with Al-Nasr, he also achieved the Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Professional League Cup and the Saudi Super Cup.