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Al-Sadd
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Established
1969 (55 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue

Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium

(12,946 Capacity)

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Location
Doha, Qatar

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Competitions
Qatar Stars League
Qatar QSL Cup
AFC Champions League Elite

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Upcoming
23/07 Las Palmas - Al-Sadd
10/08 Al-Shamal - Al-Sadd
17/08 Qatar SC - Al-Sadd
22/08 Al-Sadd - Al-Arabi
13/09 Al-Sadd - Umm-Salal SC

Results
19/07 Al-Sadd 3 - 2 Orlando Pira
15/07 Al-Sadd 8 - 0 Manchester 6
24/05 Al-Sadd 1 - 0 Qatar SC
18/05 Al-Duhail SC 0 - 1 Al-Sadd
13/05 Al-Sadd 0 - 1 Al-Wakrah SC


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Al-Sadd Sports Club (Arabic: نادي السد الرياضي‎) is a Qatari sports club based in the Al Sadd district of the city of Doha. It is best known for its association football team, which competes in the top level of Qatari football, the Qatar Stars League. Locally, it is known primarily by the nickname "Al Zaeem", which translates to "The Boss". It is known as the best team in Qatar and is the only Qatari team that has won the AFC Champions League in Asia. Al Sadd will play in the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup. In addition to football, the club has teams for handball, basketball, volleyball, table tennis and athletics. It is the most successful sports club in the country, and holds a national record of 53 official football championships.

The origin of Al Sadd's conception began with four Qatari students who excelled in football, but did not wish to join any of the existing football clubs. After consulting with the minister of Youth and Sports, the group, led by Abdulla bin Ahmed bin Mubarak Al Ali and Ali bin Mohammad bin Ali bin Sultan Al Ali, founded the club on 21 October 1969 in Qatar's capital city.

In the 1989 season, they became the first Arab club side to triumph in the Asian Club Championship by defeating Al Rasheed of Iraq on an aggregate of away goals. Twenty-two years later, they won the 2011 Asian Champions League and earned a spot in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup, in which Qatar finished third.


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Xeka



2

Ró-Ró





Abdullatif



9

Abdurisag



51

Afif



10

Al-Haydos



1

Al-Sheeb



8

Asad





Baliadeh



22

Barsham



11

Bounedjah





Hajri





Hamawende



55

Hazbavi





Jiménez





Kheder



16

Khoukhi



14

Meshaal



6

Otávio



5

Salman





Sayyar



13

Torres



7

Waad





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