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Established
1968 (56 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium
(25,053 Capacity)

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Al Ain, Abu Dhabi

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Competitions
UAE Pro League
AFC Champions League
UAE League Cup

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29/02 Al Ain - Hatta
04/03 Al Ain - Al Nassr FC
07/03 Al Ain - Ittihad Kalb
11/03 Al Nassr FC - Al Ain
15/03 Ajman - Al Ain

Results
25/02 Bani Yas 0 - 1 Al Ain
21/02 Al Ain 2 - 1 Nasaf
14/02 Nasaf 0 - 0 Al Ain
09/02 Ittihad Kalb 0 - 2 Al Ain
24/12 Al Bataeh 1 - 3 Al Ain

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Al-Ain Football Club or Al-Ain FC or simply Al-Ain is a professional football club, based in the city of Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is one of many sport sections of the multi-sports club Al Ain Sports and Cultural Club Al Ain SCC for short.
The club was founded in 1968 by players from Al Ain, members of a Bahraini group of exchange students and the Sudanese community working in the United Arab Emirates.
Al Ain is by far the most successful club in the UAE. The team quickly gained popularity and recognition throughout the country, being the team with the most tournament titles (32 in total). Al Ain has won a record 13 UAE Pro-League titles, 6 President's Cups, 3 Federation Cups, 1 Arabian Gulf Cup, a record 5 Super Cups, two Abu Dhabi Championship Cups, one Joint League Cup, Emirati-Moroccan Super Cup, Gulf Club Champions Cup and AFC Champions League. The club is the first and only UAE side so far to win the AFC Champions League.

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The Hazza bin Zayed Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, located in the City of Al Ain, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is the home stadium of Al Ain FC of the UAE Pro-League. The stadium holds 22,717 spectators and opened in 2014. The stadium was named after the chairman of the club, Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
The 45,000 m2 Hazza bin Zayed stadium is split over seven levels, and is one of the most modern sporting venues in the Middle East.

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