The current Saudi Super Cup Champions are Al-Ittihad, who won by 2-0 against Al-Fayha in the 2022-23 edition. The most successful teams in the competition are Al-Hilal, who won the trophy three times.
Al-Ittihad FC is a professional football club based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The club was founded in 1927 and has won multiple domestic and regional titles, including 8 Saudi Professional League titles and 4 Kings Cup titles. The team plays its home matches at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.
Al-Ittihad FC was founded in 1927 by a group of young men in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The club’s early years were marked by success on the local and regional levels, with the team winning multiple titles in the 1940s and 1950s. In the 1960s, the team began to establish itself as a dominant force in Saudi football, winning its first of 8 Saudi Professional League titles in 1970.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Al-Ittihad continued to win domestic and regional titles, including the Asian Club Championship in 2004 and 2005. The team has also had success in international competitions, reaching the semi-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup in 2005.
In recent years, Al-Ittihad FC has continued to be a strong team in the Saudi Professional League, winning the league title in the 2008-2009 season. The team also has had success in the King’s Cup, winning it 9 times in the past years.
Al-Ittihad FC Coach
The club has developed an impressive list of coaches over the years and they have helped shape Al-Hilal’s success both on and off the field. The first coach of the team was Dettmar Cramer, and the current is Nuno Santo.
Al-Ittihad FC Players/Squad
|5||DF||Omar Hawsawi||Saudi Arabia|
|7||MF||Mutasim Sediq||Saudi Arabia|
|11||MF||Abdulaziz Al-Bishi||Saudi Arabia|
|12||DF||Zakaria Hawsawi (on loan from Ohod)||Saudi Arabia|
|13||DF||Muhannad Al-Shanqeeti||Saudi Arabia|
|14||MF||Awad Al-Nashri||Saudi Arabia|
|16||MF||Abdulkareem Al-Maghrabi||Saudi Arabia|
|20||DF||Ahmed Sharahili||Saudi Arabia|
|21||GK||Abdullah Al-Jadaani||Saudi Arabia|
|24||MF||Abdulrahman Al-Aboud||Saudi Arabia|
|26||DF||Ahmed Hegazi (captain)||Egypt|
|27||DF||Hamdan Al-Shamrani||Saudi Arabia|
|33||DF||Madallah Al-Olayan||Saudi Arabia|
|36||MF||Marwan Al-Sahafi||Saudi Arabia|
|37||DF||Suwailem Al-Menhali||Saudi Arabia|
|38||DF||Sultan Al-Sulayli||Saudi Arabia|
|44||MF||Noureddine El Bahhar||Egypt|
|70||FW||Haroune Camara||Saudi Arabia|
|80||FW||Mohammed Al-Saiari||Saudi Arabia|
|88||GK||Osama Al-Marmash||Saudi Arabia|
|95||DF||Ahmed Bamsaud||Saudi Arabia|
Al-Ittihad FC Titles
Al-Ittihad FC has won multiple domestic and regional titles throughout its history. Some of the team’s most notable accomplishments include:
|Pro League||8||1982, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2009|
|King Cup||9||1958, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1967, 1988, 2010, 2013, 2018|
|Crown Prince Cup||8||1958, 1959, 1963, 1991, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2017|
|Saudi Federation Cup||3||1986, 1997, 1999|
|AFC Champions League||2||2004, 2005|
|Asian Cup Winners Cup||1||1999|
|Arab Champions League||1||2005|
|GCC Champions League||1||1999|
|Saudi-Egyptian Super Cup||2||2001, 2003|
Al-Ittihad FC Home Stadium
The home stadium of Al-Ittihad FC is King Abdullah Sports City Stadium. The stadium is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It has a seating capacity of 62,241, making it the second-largest stadium in Saudi Arabia after the Azadi Stadium in Iran.
The stadium was built in 2014 and is primarily used for football matches, but it is also used for other events such as concerts. The stadium has hosted the AFC Asian Cup, the Gulf Cup of Nations, the Arab Nations Cup, and the 2019 G20 summit.
Al-Ittihad FC Jersey
Here is the cool-looking Al-Ittihad FC 2022-23 Home and Away Kit.