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Al Wahda FC
نادي الوحـدة لكرة القدم
Al Wahda logo (2018).png
Full nameAl Wahda Football Club
Nickname(s)The Clarets
Founded1984
GroundAl-Nahyan Stadium
Capacity15,000[1]
OwnerDiab Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan
ChairmanDiab Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan
ManagerManuel Jiménez
LeagueUAE Pro League
2018–19UAE Pro League, 3rd
WebsiteClub website
Al Nahyan Stadium
Al Nahyan Stadium

Al Wahda Football Club (Arabic: نادي الوحدة لكرة القدم‎) is a football club based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates that plays in the UAE Pro League. The club was founded in 1974 and plays its home games at the Al-Nahyan Stadium. The club's colours are maroon, grey and white.

Al Wahda has won the League, with the most recent title coming in the 2009–10 UAE Pro-League season.

History

The first team created in Abu Dhabi was Al-Ahli in 1966, followed respectively by Al-Ittihad in 1968, Al-Falah and Al-Wahda in 1969.

In 1974, a decision was made by the Minister of youth and sport to create Abu Dhabi SC by merging Al-Ittihad and Al-Wahda on 13 March 1974, and to create Al-Emirates SC by merging Al-Ahli and Al-Falah on 3 June 1974.

In 1984, Abu Dhabi SC and Al-Emirates SC merged to create Al-Wahda (the actual club).

In 1999, Al Wahda won their first UAE Pro League title with 8 points ahead second place Al Ain.

In 2018, Al Wahda changed its official logo as part of a new club redesign.

Gallery

Honours

15 Official Championship

Leagues

UAE Pro-League: 4

UAE Division One: 2

  • Champions: 1976–77, 1984–85

Cups

President's Cup: 2

Super Cup: 4

  • Champions: 2002, 2011, 2017, 2018

Federation Cup: 3

  • Champions: 1986, 1995, 2001

UAE League Cup: 2

Performance in AFC competitions

2004: Quarter-Finals
2006: Group Stage
2007: Semi-Finals
2008: Group Stage
2010: Group Stage
2011: Group Stage
2015: Play-Off
2017: Group Stage
2018: Group Stage
2019: Round of 16
2020: TBD
2000: First Round
2002: Group Stage (last 8)
1998/99: First Round
2000/01: First Round

Al Nahyan stadium

The Al Nahyan stadium is the home of Al Wahda, and although Al-Nahyan Stadium is perhaps less impressive in terms of infrastructure (15,000 seats) it still boasts a fervent atmosphere on match days and has the added advantage of being only three kilometres from the city centre.

Current squad

As of UAE Pro-League:

Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Shamsi  United Arab Emirates
2 Defender Mohammed Al-Menhali  United Arab Emirates
3 Defender Lucas Pimenta  Brazil
4 Defender Abdullah El Refaey  Egypt
7 Midfielder Eduardo Voltan  Brazil
8 Defender Hamdan Al-Kamali  United Arab Emirates
10 Midfielder Ismail Matar (Captain)  United Arab Emirates
11 Forward Sebastián Tagliabué  United Arab Emirates
12 Goalkeeper Saif Al-Zaabi U21  United Arab Emirates
13 Midfielder Khamis Esmaeel  United Arab Emirates
14 Defender Mihai Manole U21  United Arab Emirates
15 Midfielder Mansor Al-Harbi U21  United Arab Emirates
16 Defender Pedro Pavlov U21  Argentina
17 Midfielder Gaspar Panadero  Spain
19 Defender Khaled Ibrahim  United Arab Emirates
20 Forward Yahya Al Ghassani  United Arab Emirates
21 Defender Abdullah Al-Korbi U21  United Arab Emirates
23 Defender Rim Chang-woo  South Korea
24 Defender Rashed Abdullah U21  United Arab Emirates
27 Midfielder Tahnon Al-Zaabi U21  United Arab Emirates
29 Midfielder Lee Myung-joo  South Korea
33 Defender Majed Abdullah U21  United Arab Emirates
35 Defender Mohammad Adel U21  United Arab Emirates
36 Defender Alaeddine Zouhir U21  Tunisia
37 Defender Ahmed Rashed  United Arab Emirates
40 Midfielder Paul-José M'Poku  DR Congo
43 Midfielder Ismaeel Al-Zaabi U21  United Arab Emirates
44 Defender Fares Jumaa  United Arab Emirates
45 Forward Abdullah Anwer U21  United Arab Emirates
50 Goalkeeper Rashed Ali  United Arab Emirates
52 Defender Hussain Abbas  United Arab Emirates
56 Midfielder Abdullah Ismaeel U21  United Arab Emirates
58 Forward Mohammed Al-Junaibi U21  United Arab Emirates
61 Midfielder Abdullah Hamad U21  United Arab Emirates
64 Defender Ismaeel Al-Harbi U21  United Arab Emirates
66 Goalkeeper Hazaa Ammar U21  United Arab Emirates
77 Midfielder Khalil Ibrahim  United Arab Emirates

Out on loan

Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.

No. Position Player Nation
18 Midfielder Ahmed Ali (on loan to Al-Wasl)  United Arab Emirates
70 Forward Mohammed Al-Hammadi (on loan to Baniyas)  United Arab Emirates

Past managers

References

  1. ^ "نبذة عن منشآت نادي الوحدة الرياضي". Archived from the original on 2015-03-17. Retrieved 2015-03-10.

External links

This page was last edited on 19 February 2020, at 10:35
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