Jordan League 05/25 17:00 22 [2] Al Faisaly Amman v Shabab Al Ordon [8] W 6-2
Jordan League 05/20 16:00 21 [1] Al-Hussein SC v Al Faisaly Amman [2] W 0-1
Jordan League 05/15 15:00 20 [9] Sahab SC v Al Faisaly Amman [2] W 2-4
Jordan League 05/10 17:45 19 [2] Al Faisaly Amman v Ma'an [7] W 5-1
Jordan Cup 05/06 15:00 4 Sahab SC v Al Faisaly Amman L 5-4
Jordan League 05/02 15:00 18 [12] Al-Jalil v Al Faisaly Amman [2] W 0-4
Jordan League 04/27 15:00 17 [2] Al Faisaly Amman v Al Ahli Amman [10] W 5-0
Jordan League 04/05 19:30 16 [5] Shabab Al-Aqaba SC v Al Faisaly Amman [2] W 2-6
Jordan League 03/31 19:30 15 [2] Al Faisaly Amman v Al-Wehdat [3] W 2-0
Jordan League 03/09 16:30 14 [8] Ma'an v Al Faisaly Amman [3] W 0-5
Jordan League 03/03 14:00 13 [2] Al Faisaly Amman v Ramtha SC [4] W 3-0
Jordan League 02/26 16:30 12 [9] Al Salt v Al Faisaly Amman [3] W 0-3


Matches played 40 22 18
Wins 28 16 12
Draws 5 3 2
Losses 7 3 4
Goals for 93 57 36
Goals against 32 13 19
Clean sheets 21 11 10
Failed to score 7 3 4

Wikipedia - Al Faisaly FC

Al-Faisaly FC (Arabic: نادي الفيصلي) is a Saudi Arabian football club based in Harmah. Founded in 1954, the club currently competes in the Saudi First Division League, the second tier of Saudi football. Al-Faisaly play their home games at the Al Majma'ah Sports City in Al Majma'ah.

The club is named after King Faisal (r. 1964–75), who was crown prince at the time of the club's founding.


Al Faisaly finished as the runner-up in the 2005–06 first division season, thus becoming the first club from the Sudair region to achieve promotion to the top flight but went straight back down after just one season. Al Faisaly achieved promotion for the second time to the top flight by winning the 2009–10 first division title, and have been competing in the Saudi Professional League until they were relegated in the 2021–22 season after twelve consecutive seasons in the top flight.

During the 2017–18 season, Al Faisaly managed to reach the 2018 King Cup Finalfor the first time in their history, but fell short to Al Ittihad, losing 3–1 in extra time. Al Faisaly reached their second King Cup Final in four years, but this time they managed to win 3–2 against Al Taawon in the 2020–21 King Cup edition with Júlio Tavares scoring a hat-trick to secure their first ever top flight title, as well as their first AFC Champions League qualification. Al Faisaly also qualified to the 2021 Saudi Super Cup after winning their first ever King Cup title on 27 May 2021. Al-Faisaly was defeated in the super cup by Al-Hilal (4–3) on penalties after 2–2 draw.

AFC Champions League debut

The club's debut campaign in the 2022 AFC Champions League was a massive success against all odds, Al Faisaly pulled off a surprising upset by winning 2–1 over Qatari giants and two-times AFC Champions League winners Al Sadd. Al Faisaly managed to top their group in Group E with 2 wins, 3 draw and 1 lost which by doing so, the club advanced to the Round of 16 facing against Iranian side, Foolad, However the club lost 1–0 on aggregate and bowed out from the AFC Champions League.

Al Faisaly Amman is a professional soccer team based in Amman, Jordan. The team was founded in 1932 and has a rich history of success in Jordanian football. Known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit, Al Faisaly Amman has won numerous domestic titles and has also made a mark in regional competitions.

The team's colors are yellow and blue, and they play their home matches at the King Abdullah II Stadium in Amman. Al Faisaly Amman has a strong roster of talented players, both local and international, who are known for their skill, teamwork, and dedication to the game.

Al Faisaly Amman is a respected and formidable force in Jordanian soccer, and their matches are always highly anticipated by fans and rivals alike. With a history of success and a commitment to excellence, Al Faisaly Amman continues to be a dominant presence in Jordanian football.