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1927 (93 years old)

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Saudi-Arabian Pro League

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Upcoming Events
27 Nov 20 Al Ittihad  -  Al Qadasiya
06 Dec 20 Al-Wehda  -  Al Ittihad
11 Dec 20 Al Shabab  -  Al Ittihad
21 Dec 20 Al Ittihad  -  Al-Raed
26 Dec 20 Al Hilal  -  Al Ittihad

Latest Results
23 Nov 20 Al-Faisaly  1 - 1  Al Ittihad
06 Nov 20 Al Ittihad  1 - 1  Al-Taawon
31 Oct 20 Al Ittihad  2 - 0  Al-Ahli Saudi
24 Oct 20 Al Fateh  2 - 2  Al Ittihad
18 Oct 20 Al Ittihad  1 - 2  Al-Ettifaq

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Al-Ittihad Club Saudi Arabia (Arabic: نادي الاتحاد العربي السعودي‎), also simply known as Al-Ittihad, literally meaning The Union, is a Saudi Premier League football club based in Jeddah. Al-Ittihad has won 8 League titles and also holds 36 official championship wins, three of them being Asian championships.

The club was founded on the 4th of January 1927 before the third Saudi state was declared, making it the oldest club in Saudi Arabia. The most successful period in Al-Ittihad's history was the 1990s and mid 2000s, when the club won numerous honours both domestically and continental. The team won Cup Winners Cup in 1999 and two Champions League titles in 2004 and 2005 and as far as going on to compete in the 2005 FIFA Club World Cup. The club has the distinction of being the only Asian club to have won the AFC Champions League twice in a row.

Al-Ittihad has a record of home average attendance for Asia clubs in domestic league matches with the average of 42,371 on 2014/2015 season and that is for the club's big popularity which is the first in Saudi Arabia And Asia.

The club's most famous Saudi players are Saeed Ghorab, Hamzah Idris, Ahmad Jamil, Al Hasan Al-Yami, Mohammed Noor and with the most famous foreign players being the famous Brazilian international player Bebeto who played for Al-Ittihad from 2001 to 2002 and The Brazilian Attacking Midfielder Tcheco who played for Al-Ittihad from 2003 to 2005 and came back on in 2008 for one season.

In May 2015, Al-Ittihad entered The Guinness Book Of Records, as the first and only Saudi Arabian/Asian club entering it, because the club had won 232 different local and regional championships in games in Mansour Albalawi's reign as a chairman of the club from 2002 to 2008, and for back-to-back wins of the AFC Champions League in 2004 and 2005, as the only Asian team to accomplish it.

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