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Saudi Arabia

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Head Coach

Hervé Renard

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Established
1957 (66 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium
(22,500 Capacity)

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Primary Colours
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Location
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Nicknames
الأخضر (al-‘Akhḍar, "The Green One")

Competitions
FIFA World Cup
AFC Asian Cup
International Friendlies

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The Saudi Arabia national football team (Arabic: المنتخب العربي السعودي لكرة القدم‎) represents Saudi Arabia in men's international football and The team's colours are green and white. Saudi Arabia are known as Al-Suqour (The Falcons) and Al-Akhdhar (The Green), The team represents both FIFA and Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

Considered one of Asia's most successful national teams, Saudi Arabia have won the Asian Cup three times (1984, 1988, and 1996), reached a joint record six Asian Cup finals and have qualified for the World Cup on five occasions since debuting at the 1994 tournament.

In the 1994 World Cup under the leadership of Jorge Solari, Saudi Arabia beat both Belgium and Morocco in the group stage before falling to Sweden in the Round of 16. Thus Saudi Arabia became the second Arab national football team in history to reach the Round of 16 in a World Cup, after Morocco's Round of 16 elimination in the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and one of the few Asian national football teams (others being Australia, Japan, South Korea, North Korea) to accomplish such a feat to date.

Team Members
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Saud
Abdulhamid
#66 (سعود عبدالحميد)



Nawaf
Al-Abed
#14 (نواف شاكر العابد)



Abdulrahman
Al-Aboud
#24 (عبد الرحمن العبود)



Abdulelah
Al-Amri
#5 (عبدالإله العمري)



Nawaf
Al-Aqidi
#44 (نواف العقيدي)



Mohammed
Al-Breik
#2 (محمد البريك)



Ali
Al-Bulaihi
#5 (علي آل بليهي)



Firas
Al-Buraikan
#9 (فراس البريكان)



Nasser
Al-Dawsari
#16 (ناصر عيسى الدوسري)



Salem
Al-Dawsari
#29 (سالم محمد الدوسري)



Salman
Al-Faraj
#7 (سلمان محمد الفرج)



Sultan
Al-Ghannam
#2 (سلطان الغنام)



Ali
Al-Hassan
#19 (علي الحسن)



Abdulellah
Al-Malki
#26 (عبدالإله المالكي)



Sami
Al-Najei
#14 (سامي النجعي)



Abdullah
Al-Oaisher
#1 (عبدالله العويشير)



Mohammed
Al-Owais
#21 (محمد العويس)



Mohammed
Al-Rubaie
#71 (محمد الربيعي اليامي)



Yasser
Al-Shahrani
#12 (ياسر غرسان الشهراني)



Yahya
Al-Shehri
#8 (يحيى سليمان علي الشهري)



Saleh
Al-Shehri
#11 (صالح بن خالد بن محمد الشهري)



Hassan
Al-Tambakti
#5 (حسان التمبكتي)



Haitham
Asiri
#17 (هيثم عسيري)



Hattan
Bahebri
#11 (هتان باهبري)



Mohamed
Kanno
#28 (محمد إبراهيم كنو)



Abdullah
Madu
#3 (عبدالله محمد مادو)



Abdullah
Otayf
#8 (عبدالله إبراهيم عطيف)



Ahmed
Sharahili
#20 (أحمد محمد شراحيلي)



Riyadh
Sharahili
#89 (رياض شراحيلي)


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Stadium or Home

Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium (Arabic:ملعب الأمير فيصل بن فهد) (Former:Malab Reayat Al Shabab in Malaz ملعب رعاية الشباب بالرياض) is a multi-purpose stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 22,500 people. Al-Hilal, Al Nassr and Al-Shabab play their matches in this stadium, in 1972, It hosted the opening ceremony for the Gulf Cup of Nations in 1987. The stadium also hosted the finales for the Saudi King Cup before the completion of the King Fahd International Stadium 1988. In the 2011-2012 it became one of the first Stadiums in the Kingdom to use electronic ticketing for the Saudi Football League.

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AFC Asian Cup
1996

AFC Asian Cup
1988

AFC Asian Cup
1984


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