Al-Hazm Sports Club is a professional Saudi Arabian football club based in Ar Rass. The club competes in the Saudi Professional League, which is the top tier of football in Saudi Arabia.
Al-Hazm Sports Club was founded in Ar Rass in 1957 under the name "Al-Ahli Club" and was officially registered in 1968, according to the club's official website. The club's logo features the colors yellow, blue, and red, after initially having a yellow and blue logo.
Al-Hazm Club Headquarters:
The club is headquartered in Ar Rass and competes in the Saudi Professional League, the top tier of Saudi Arabian football.
Al-Hazm Club Stadium:
The Al-Hazem Club Stadium
, is a football stadium located in Ar Rass, Saudi Arabia. It was built in 1982 and has a seating capacity of 8,000 spectators.
Achievements of Al-Hazm Club:
Saudi Second Division League: 2013.
Saudi First Division League: 2017.
Records in the Saudi League for Al-Hazm Club:
Al-Hazm won the Saudi Third Division League once in the 1997-98 season and finished second in the Saudi Second Division League once in the 1999-2000 season. The club won the Saudi First Division League once in the 2004-05 season and was promoted to the Saudi Professional League. The club spent six consecutive seasons in the First Division before being relegated.
Home Matches and Facilities:
The club plays its home matches at the Al-Hazm Club Stadium in Ar Rass, which is shared with the city's rival club, Al-Kholood. The club also engages in various sports and activities, including football, volleyball, handball, athletics, swimming, gymnastics, cycling, and table tennis, in addition to social and cultural activities.
The club owns a facility that was sponsored by Prince Faisal bin Fahd, the former President of the General Presidency of Youth Welfare. It includes fields, indoor halls, swimming pools, a recreational games hall, a therapy hall, as well as several outdoor fields and a model library.
Club Presidents Throughout History:
|Salman Fahd Al-Malik
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