Al-Faisaly Club is a Saudi sports football club based in the Harimah Center, part of the Al-Majmaah Governorate in the Riyadh region, it was previously known as Harimah Youth Club. The team's colors consist of two colors, maroon and white.

Club establishment:

The club was founded in the year 1374 AH / 1954 AD in the city of Harimah, located in the Al-Majmaah Governorate. It was previously known as Harimah Youth Club, and the team's colors consist of maroon and white. The club was named after Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who was the Crown Prince at the time of its establishment. In 2021, the club achieved its most prestigious title in history by winning the King's Cup, which earned them a spot in their first-ever participation in the AFC Champions League.

Al-Faisaly club headquarters:

The city of Harimah is located north of Riyadh along the Riyadh-Qassim expressway and is part of the Sudair region. It is approximately 180 kilometers away from Riyadh, In 1374 AH, the club was founded under the name "Shabab Harimah." It was led by Sheikh Ibrahim bin Nasser Al Madlaj and a group of enthusiastic young individuals known for their activity and dedication. Festivals and celebrations were common activities in which everyone participated, Sheikh Ibrahim bin Nasser Al Madlaj served as the first president of the Shabab Harimah Club, with Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Mulayfi and Mohammed bin Khuraif Al Nashi also playing important roles. Under the leadership of Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Mulayfi, the club was officially registered with the General Presidency of Youth Welfare as "Al-Faisaly Club" in 1386 AH.

Al-Faisaly Club's stadium:

Al Majma'ah Sports City stadium in Al Majma'ah, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Al-Faisaly, Al-Fayha and Al-Mujazzal. The stadium has a seating capacity of 7,000.

Club numbers:

On April 4, 2021, the team qualified for the final of the King's Cup, and afterward, they faced Al-Taawoun in the final and won with a score of three goals to two, thus clinching their first-ever and most prestigious championship in the club's history. With this title, they also secured a spot in the AFC Champions League for the first time in their history.

The achievements of Al-Faisaly Football Club:


Year of Victory

King's Cup


Saudi Professional League (1st Division)


Saudi Second Division League

Kingdom Cup for Second Division Clubs (Promotion to 1st Division)


Prince Faisal bin Fahd Cup for 1st and 2nd Division Clubs


Promotion of the Youth Football Team to the Premier Youth League in 1417 Hijri after winning the Kingdom Youth Championship for 1st Division Regional Champions

1417 Hijri

The presidents of Al-Faisaly Club throughout its history:

  1. Ibrahim bin Nasser Al-Medlej
  2. Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al-Mulayfi
  3. Mohammed bin Khurayf Al-Nashi
  4. Ahmed bin Jasser Al-Madi
  5. Suleiman bin Othman Al-Turki
  6. Abdulmohsen bin Mohammed Al-Mulayfi
  7. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Dawwi
  8. Matluk bin Daghim Al-Khmaili
  9. Hiyal bin Hindi Al-Otaibi
  10. Fahd bin Abdulmohsen Al-Medlej
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Home Away All
Played 9 9 18
Wins 6 2 8
Draws 0 4 4
Losses 3 3 6
Home Away All
Per Match Total Per Match Total Per Match Total
Goals 1.7 15 1.4 13 1.6 28
Goals Conceded 0.9 8 1.8 16 1.3 24
Yellow Cards 0 0 0
Red Cards 0 0.1 1 0.1 1
Clean Sheets 0.6 5 0.2 2 0.4 7
Corners 0.4 4 0 0.2 4
Fouls 2.4 22 0 1.2 22
Offsides 0.8 7 0 0.4 7
Shots 1 9 0 0.5 9
Shots on Goal 0.2 2 0 0.1 2
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