Al-Kawkab

Al-Kawkab
Al-Kawkab Football Club is a Saudi Arabian professional football club based in Al Kharj, that plays in the Prince Mohammad bin Salman League, the second tier of Saudi football. Al-Kawkab has won the Saudi First Division once and finished runners-up once.

Club Establishment:

The Saudi Al-Kawkab Club, established in 1967 and often referred to as the "Knight of Al-Kharj," has a rich history in Saudi Arabian football. During the 1980s, it was a prominent member of the Saudi Premier League. The club's matches are held at the Al-Shula Club Stadium in Al-Kharj, where it shares the venue with its rivals from Al-Shula City. The club's name has undergone several changes over the years. Originally known as "Al-Kifah Club," it later became "Al-Wahda Club" before finally adopting its current name, "Al-Kawkab Club." Initially headquartered in the Salmaniya neighborhood, the club later relocated to the old Civil Defense headquarters. In 1401 H (Hijri calendar), the club received a plot of land in the Khalidiya neighborhood of Sayhat, which was developed to include various sports facilities. This move to a new headquarters became official in 1988 AD. The club's roots can be traced back to 1964 when it began its activities in the city of Sayhat, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Al-Kharj Governorate. Throughout its history, the club has proudly sported blue and brown as its team colors.

Al-Kawkab Club Headquarters:

The Al-Kawkab Club is situated in the city of Sayhat. Initially, it had its headquarters at the residence of Sheikh Al-Amoudi, and the club was located next to the girls' school in the Suleimaniya neighborhood in the year 1381 H (Hijri calendar). After some time, it moved to another building in the same neighborhood. Later, it relocated to the residence of Mohammed Al-Juhaim, which served as its third headquarters, located next to the Musa bin Nasir school. In the same year that the club was officially registered under decision number 554 on 9/6/1388 H, it moved to a building adjacent to Sheikh Al-Huwaitan's residence. Subsequently, the club's headquarters shifted to the old Civil Defense building in 1396 H. In 1401 H, approval was granted by the General Presidency for Youth Welfare (currently known as the General Sports Authority) to allocate a government plot of land on King Saud Road in the Khalidiya neighborhood, west of Sayhat. Through the efforts of its members and associates, the land was developed, sports facilities were constructed, and fields were cultivated, along with some additional buildings, all achieved through their own initiatives. This became the current headquarters, which was officially moved to in 1409 H (1988 AD). During this period, the club achieved notable standings in various competitions.

Al-Kawkab Saudi Club Stadium:

Al-Shoulla Club Stadium, located in Al Kharj, is the home ground of Al-Kawkab Club. With a seating capacity of 8,000 spectators, it serves as the venue where the club hosts its matches and events. This stadium plays a pivotal role in the club's history and provides an exciting atmosphere for fans to support their team during games.

Al-Kawkab Club's Achievements:

Al-Kawkab Club has a proud history of accomplishments in various Saudi football competitions. The club has notably clinched titles and distinctions such as the Saudi First Division League and the Saudi Second Division League. In the 2012-13 season, they secured the runner-up position, showcasing their competitive spirit. Moreover, Al-Kawkab Club's success extends to the Saudi Second Division, where they claimed victory in the 2004-2005 season. Additionally, they added the prestigious Prince Mohammed bin Salman League title to their collection in the 2017-2018 season, further solidifying their position as a formidable force in Saudi Arabian football. These achievements stand as a testament to the club's dedication and prowess on the field.

The current president of Al-Kawkab Club:

It is Dabbas Al-Dosari. Read more about the club Al-Kawkab.
Founded
1967
Stadium
Social
Home Away All
Played 19 19 38
Wins 3 1 4
Draws 3 12 15
Losses 13 6 19
Home Away All
Per Match Total Per Match Total Per Match Total
Goals 0.7 14 0.8 16 0.8 30
Goals Conceded 1.5 29 1.3 25 1.4 54
Yellow Cards 0 0.1 1 0 1
Red Cards 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.1 2
Clean Sheets 0.2 3 0.2 4 0.2 7
Corners 0 0 0
Fouls 0 0 0
Offsides 0 0 0
Shots 0 0 0
Shots on Goal 0 0 0
Fixtures
Latest Games
Squad
Statistics
Saudi First Division League
28 May 2022
- 6:00 pm
Al-Kholood
0 0
Al-Kawkab
Saudi First Division League
23 May 2022
- 6:00 pm
Al-Kawkab
0 4
Al-Ain
Saudi First Division League
17 May 2022
- 4:00 pm
Al Sahel
4 1
Al-Kawkab
Saudi First Division League
11 May 2022
- 4:30 pm
Ohod
0 0
Al-Kawkab
Saudi First Division League
5 May 2022
- 4:00 pm
Al-Kawkab
0 2
Al Jabalain
Saudi First Division League
20 Apr 2022
- 6:35 pm
Al-Kawkab
2 3
Al-Orobah
Saudi First Division League
13 Apr 2022
- 6:30 pm
Al-Kawkab
1 2
Al-Jeel
Saudi First Division League
5 Apr 2022
- 6:20 pm
Al Nahda
2 2
Al-Kawkab
Saudi First Division League
30 Mar 2022
- 3:45 pm
Al-Kawkab
0 2
Al-Qadisiyah
Saudi First Division League
21 Mar 2022
- 3:50 pm
Al-Okhdood
2 0
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Goalkeepers
Y. Al Shehri
Y. Al Shehri
Position Goalkeeper
Age 38
Nationality
Defenders
T. Abdulaziz
T. Abdulaziz
Position Defender
Age 32
Nationality
M. Al Amri
M. Al Amri
Position Defender
Age 38
Nationality
A. Al Khater
A. Al Khater
Position Defender
Age 38
Nationality
A. Al Saeed
A. Al Saeed
Position Defender
Age 32
Nationality
S. Shrahilee
S. Shrahilee
Position Defender
Age 37
Nationality
Midfielders
T. Al Dawsari
T. Al Dawsari
Position Midfielder
Age 34
Nationality
B. Al Juhani
B. Al Juhani
Position Midfielder
Age -
Nationality
A. Al Khaibary
A. Al Khaibary
Position Midfielder
Age 36
Nationality
A. Al Zubaidi
A. Al Zubaidi
Position Midfielder
Age 37
Nationality
E. Gomis
E. Gomis
Position Midfielder
Age 33
Nationality
Y. Mbengue
Y. Mbengue
Position Midfielder
Age 33
Nationality
Forwards
Y. Al-Jumaiah
Y. Al-Jumaiah
Position Forward
Age 28
Nationality
M. Diouf
M. Diouf
Position Forward
Age 35
Nationality