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Hilal Club

history about alhilal

In 1377H Shabab sport club was divided into two parts. As a result of this division two teams came into being: Shabab team and Olymbi team which was headed by Abdulrahman bin Saeed the club’s chief at that time. But King Saud had issued an order to change the name of“Al-Olymbi“and substitute it by Arabic name. Therefore the club’s members suggested the three following names:

Al-Yamamah, Al-Wehdah and Al-Hilal. All three names were reported to HM the King. The first champion in whichHilal club participated was in 1380H when the ministry of education organized the first championship in the central area after the sport supervision responsibilities was assigned to ministry of education. But Hilal was about to win that champion unless the other teams objected for participation of five foreign players with Hilal team in that champion.

In 1383H Hilal succeeded in winning the championship of the central eastern area but it lost the champion of the Kingdom after losing the match against Al- Etihad 3-0. In the next year Hilal were the champions of the two areas as well as the champions of the Kingdom.

Sport Installation
The center of Hilal team from which it started the march of championships in 1377H was just a house made of clay and wood and consisted of three rooms only. But at the present time Hilal possesses modern sport compound consisting of several playgrounds for different sort of sports such as prince Sulman stadium, Radeef football playground, track and field, swimming pool, closed playing hall, tennis hall, squash, external playgrounds in addition to other facilities.
Hilal Club was headed, for more than forty years, by eleven chairmen during fifteen presidencies. The first and the longest presidency was headed by Abdulrahman bin Saeed whose presidency lasted for eight years, then the club was headed by prince Abdullah bin Saad whose first presidency lasted for more than seven years.

A great number of stars played in Al-Hilal team during the last forty years such as Ebraheim Mobark who was the first star to carry a champion cup won by Hilal team. He scored more than 100 goals for Hilal, in addition to Yosuf Al-Thinayan who was one of the famous football players in Hilal club. He also has great popularity outside Hilal club due to his high individual skills. Yosuf succeeded to score 109 goals for Hilal club. We also mention Sultan bin Naseib who scored 124 goals for Hilal club.

Club Properties
• The first Saudi Club whose name is changed by Royal
Decree.
• The first Saudi club who won the Asian champion in 1992.
• The first Saudi team who won the three Asian Association
• Championships.
• The first Saudi team who won Asian super championship in 1997.
• The most Saudi team who won domestic champions (20).
• The most Saudi team who won external champions.
• The first Saudi team who won regular super championship.
• The most Saudi team won the regular championship.
• The most Saudi team won the association cup championship.



KEY PLAYERS in al hilal club

NAWAF AL-TEMYAT

Age: 25
Position: Midfield
Club: Al-Hilal (Ksa)

Saudi needs the 2000 Asian Player of the Year to be at his best if it is to cause a surprise at the finals.

It did well enough without him during the qualifiers to edge out Iran but at the rarefied atmosphere of a World Cup finals it is in dire need of one of its few players thought capable of playing at the highest level in Europe.

Has seemingly recovered well from the ruptured knee ligaments that caused him to miss the qualifiers and will be the creative heartbeat of the team while also being looked to to score goals as well.

Illustrated his ability to revive the team with some spectacular long range efforts during the 2000 Asian Cup after they made a disastrous start with a 4-1 thrashing by Japan.

His ability has not gone unnoticed by several European clubs with the favourites to sign him being Dutch outfit Roda JC Kerkrade, though French title runners-up Lens and Italian team Perugia are also in the frame.

MOHAMMED AL-DEAYEA

Age: 30
Position: Goalkeeper
Club: Al Hilal (Ksa)

The Saudis' immoveable rock in goal for a virtually uninterrupted 12 year period looks set to create a new world record of caps as he moves in on the 170 set by Mexico's Claudio Suarez, who is struggling to be fit for the finals.

Al-Deayea has served his country magnificently down the years, though he is still remembered for the moment of nerves that cost the Saudis a victory over the mighty Dutch in the first round of the 1994 World Cup finals.

Played the majority of his club football for Al-Taei, whom he signed on for at the age of 15, before decamping to Al-Hilal and was a member of the side that won the Asian Cup Winners Cup.



about al hilal vs. Al shabab. (final) league

A 57th minute free-kick from Brazilian midfielder Camacho was enough to see Al Hilal defeat Al
Shabab 1-0 and claim the Saudi Arabian championship title for the tenth time and complete a league and cup double.

Al Shabab, who were the defending champions and topped the league standings at the end of the regular season, had the best of the opening exchanges and the Al Hilal defence had to be alert to deny Senegalese striker Richard Manga on three occasions in the first 20 minutes.

Al Hilal made their Riyadh rivals pay for their profligacy 12 minute after the restart when Camacho – formerly with Rio-based outfit Botafogo – swept a free-kick over the Al Shabab wall and into the back of the net.

This was the second successive match-winning free-kick scored by the Brazilian having previously netted the only goal of the game against third-place Al Ittihad, which sent Al Hilal through to the championship play-off with Al Shabab.

Al Hilal, coached by Marcos Paquetá who led his native Brazil to glory in the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship in the UAE, had already booked their place in next year’s AFC Champions League after winning the Crown Prince Cup.

Saudi Arabia’s second place in the Champions League is yet to be determined but could go to Al Shabab or Al Qadisiya, who Al Hilal defeated 2-1 to claim their fifth Crown Prince Cup.



YASSER joining alzaeem


Saudi Arabia striker Yasser Al Qahtani looks set to join Saudi league and Crown Prince Cup
champions Al Hilal from Khobar side Al Qadissiya in a deal that could potentially be the biggest in Kingdom’s history.

Al Qahtani will join the ten-time Saudi Arabian champions for a four-month period which will net Al Qadissiya a reported 11.25 million Saudi riyals (US$3million approx.) after which Al Hilal has the option to sign the 23-year-old full-time. This will cost the Riyadh giants a further 11.25 million Saudi riyals

Al Qahtani, who ironically was red carded in Al Qadissiya’s 2-1 defeat by Al Hilal in the Crown Prince Cup final, was also a target for reigning AFC Champions League champions Al Ittihad, who reportedly tabled a higher offer for the player.

The Jeddah side, who will begin the defence of their AFC Champions League crown on September 14 when they take on Shandong Luneng in the first leg of the 2005 ACL quarter-finals, offered Al Qadissiya 25 million Saudi Arabian Riyals (US$6.6million approx.), which is two and a half million riyals more than what Al Hilal might ultimately end up shelling out



Sami Al-Jaber

Position: F
Birthdate: Dec. 11, 1972
Club: Al Hilal, Saudi Arabian first division


A judicious and intelligent playmaker, Sami Al-Jaber has helped to convert Saudi Arabia from international also-rans into giants on the Asian soccer landscape.

The 29-year-old forward netted eight goals for his country during qualifying, helping Saudi Arabia book its ticket to its third consecutive World Cup.

Al-Jaber was the heart of the Saudi team that played in the 1994 and 1998 World Cup, playing a major role in leading the Arab nation to the second round in 1994.

With over 140 caps during 12 years of service for his country, Al-Jaber now stands near the culmination of his career, as he has vowed to retire from international soccer after the tournament. With Saudi Arabia's World Cup hopes resting squarely on his shoulders, Al-Jaber will be looking to showcase his goal-scoring acumen on the international stage one last time.

Al-Jaber was a child prodigy, joining Al Hilal, Saudi Arabia's top club, in 1988 at the age of 15. He earned his first international cap two years later. Al-Jaber made a name for himself in 1994 when he scored a hat trick against Iran in an Asian qualifier to give Saudi Arabia a 4-3 win and a berth in its first World Cup.

Four years later in France, Saudi Arabia crashed out of the World Cup, but Al-Jaber's career took an interesting turn, as he went on loan to English club Wolverhampton Wanders in 2000.

Al-Jaber was riddled by injuries and after five months, he left England and rejoined Al Hilal. Now he hopes to rediscover his old form and lead Saudi Arabia to victory in Japan and South Korea.





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