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Al Nassr Schedule 2023 – Nepal Time (NPT) (Date, Schedule)

Al Nassr Schedule 2023 - Nepal Time

Al Nassr Schedule 2023 – Nepal Time – Al Nassr match schedule 2023 according to Nepal time zone. Cristiano Ronaldo Al Nassr today match schedule in Nepal time and complete details. Al Nassr is playing in Saudi Pro League. It is one of the biggest Saudi Football clubs.

The Saudi Pro League 2022-23 season started on August 25, 2022, and will conclude on May 31, 2023. A total of 16 football teams play in the league in a home-and-away format.

While the league winners qualify for the AFC Champions League, the bottom two teams are relegated to the Saudi First Division League, which is the second tier of professional football in Saudi Arabia. 

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Al Nassr Schedule 2023 Nepal Time

DateOpponentTime (NPT)Competition
January 6Al Tai FC9.15 PMSaudi Pro League
January 14Al Shabab FC11:15 PMSaudi Pro League
January 22Ettifaq FC11:15 PMSaudi Pro League
January 26Al Ittihad11:45 PMSaudi Super Cup semifinal
January 29TBD if Al Nassr qualify11:15 PMSaudi Super Cup final
February 3Al Fateh SC8:45 PMSaudi Pro League
February 9Al Wehda FC11:15 PMSaudi Pro League
February 17Al Taawoun FC8:45 PMSaudi Pro League
February 25Damac FC8:45 PMSaudi Pro League
March 3Al Batin FC11:45 PMSaudi Pro League
March 9Al Ittihad11:15 PMSaudi Pro League
March 14Abha FC8:15 PMKing Cup of Champions quarterfinal
March 18Abha FC11:15 PMSaudi Pro League
April (date TBD)TBD if Al Nassr qualify11:15 PMKing Cup of Champions semifinal
April 5Al Adalah FC12:45 AMSaudi Pro League
April 10Al Feiha FC12:45 AMSaudi Pro League
April 27Al Raed FCTDBSaudi Pro League
Between April 28 to April 30TBD if Al Nassr qualifyTBDKing Cup of Champions final
May 3Al Hilal FCTBDSaudi Pro League
May 9Khaleej FCTBDSaudi Pro League
May 15Al Tai FCTBDSaudi Pro League
May 19Al Shabab FCTBDSaudi Pro League
May 25Ettifaq FCTBDSaudi Pro League
May 31Al Fateh SCTBDSaudi Pro League

Who are Al Nassr?

Al Nassr are one of Saudi Arabia’s most successful clubs. They were formed in 1955 and have a trophy cabinet that is almost as crammed as the ones owned by Ronaldo’s former clubs.

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They have won nine Premier League titles, six King Cup crowns, a hat-trick of Crown Prince’s Cup trophies, the Federation Cup three times and the Saudi Super Cup twice.

The club won the bygone competition the GCC Champions League twice and did a double in 1998 by claiming the Asian Cup Winners’ Cup and the Asian Super Cup. That sent them into the 2000 World Club Cup, in which their mixed results included a 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid, Ronaldo’s then future employers.

Al Nassr play in yellow and blue home colours and predominantly blue away colours. They are known as The International Club and the Knights of Najd, and are managed by Rudi Garcia, who has previously led clubs including Roma, Marseille and Lyon.

Ronaldo is not the first Ballon d’Or winner to have played for Al Nassr. Bulgaria legend Hristo Stoichkov, who won the most prestigious individual prize in football in 1994, joined the club on a two-match deal in 1998, playing a pivotal part in the semifinal and final of that Asian Super Cup triumph.

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Denilson — a World Cup winner with Brazil in 2002 who was once the most expensive signing in history — is also among a host of major names to have played for the club, spending two months there during the 2006-07 season.

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