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Coordinates: 26°5′43″N 44°2′53″E / 26.09528°N 44.04806°E / 26.09528; 44.04806

Al-Najma SC
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Full nameAl-Nejmeh Saudi Club
Nickname(s)Star of Unaizah
Founded1960
(as Al-Nahdha)
GroundAl-Najma Club Stadium
Unaizah, Saudi Arabia
Capacity3,000
ChairmanIbrahim Al-Sufi
ManagerAl-Mnesf Ben Mosharek
LeagueSaudi Second Division
2015–16Group A, 7th place
Al-Najma vs Al-Riyadh in 2010–11 Saudi First Division

Al-Najma Sport Club (Arabic: نادي النجمة الرياضي‎) is a Saudi Arabian football team based in Unaizah that is currently playing in the Saudi Second Division League. Founded in 1960, the team plays in white and black color and green colours.

Al-Najma has a fierce rivalry with local club Al-Arabi, which is usually manifested in the Unaizah Derby.

Current squadEdit

As of Saudi Third Division:

No Position Player Nation
Goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Saeed   Saudi Arabia
Goalkeeper Faisel Al-Horaifi   Saudi Arabia
Goalkeeper Yahya Al-Moataz   Saudi Arabia
Defender Saleh Al-Muqaitib   Saudi Arabia
Defender Ibrahim Madkhali   Saudi Arabia
Defender Raed Al-Salhi   Saudi Arabia
Defender Hamad Al-Salhi   Saudi Arabia
Defender Salem Al-Rashidi   Saudi Arabia
Defender Sattam Al-Bashri   Saudi Arabia
Defender Waleed Al-Harbi   Saudi Arabia
Defender Rakan Al-Jalali   Saudi Arabia
Defender Mohammed Al-Dakheel   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Rayan Al-Boqami   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Abdulaziz Al-Qomaiz   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Rayan Enad   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Ryan Al-Sealow   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Mazen Al-Odhaibi   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Abdullah Al-Harbi   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Salman Al-Saeed   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Abdullah Al-Wakr   Saudi Arabia
Midfielder Mohammed Al-Qasmah   Saudi Arabia
Forward Basel Al-Aazmi   Saudi Arabia
Forward Zamil Al-Sulim   Saudi Arabia
Forward Mohammed Al-Fraidi   Saudi Arabia
Forward Abdullah Al-Howail   Saudi Arabia

Notable playersEdit

1997–1998 Saudi Premier LeagueEdit

The best achievement by the team, is finished third for the Saudi Premier League 1997-98 And entering the semi-finals.

Coaches historyEdit

PresidentsEdit

  •   Abdulrahman Al-Mashari
  •   Muhammed Salih Al-Subaie
  •   Ibrahim Mansour Al-Maiman
  •   Ibrahim Ali Al-Nhabiy
  •   Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Wassel
  •   Saleh Al-Soyan
  •   Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Wassel (Return)
  •   Ibrahim Al-Sufi (Currently)

See alsoEdit

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