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|Full name||Al-Riyadh Saudi Club|
|Founded||1953, as Ahli Al-Riyadh|
|Ground||Prince Turki bin Abdul Aziz Stadium|
|League||First Division League|
|2021–22||SDL, 3rd of 28 (promoted)|
Al-Riyadh Saudi Club (Arabic: نادي الرياض السعودي) is a football team based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, that is currently playing in the Saudi Second Division (third level). It was established in 1953 as Ahli Al-Riyadh, then changed to Al-Yamamah and finally to Al-Riyadh.
Best known for its football team, Al-Riyadh also have squads in other sports. They have won two major titles: a Crown Prince Cup in 1994 and a Crown Prince Cup in 1995; they also finished runners-up in the Saudi Premier League in 1994.
The club was founded in 1953 under the name "Ahli Al-Riyadh", before changing to "Al-Yamama" and then to "Al-Riyadh"; it is currently based in west Riyadh.
In the early-1990s, under the leadership of Brazilian coach Zumario and players such as Khalid Al-Qarouni, Talal Al-Jabreen, Yasser Al-Taafi and Fahd Al-Hamdan, Al-Riyadh won the Crown Prince Cup in 1994 and reached the semi-final of Asian Cup Winners' Cup in 1995.
- Saudi Premier League
- Runners-up (1): 1993–94
- Saudi First Division League
- Winners (2): 1977-78, 1988–89
- Runners-up (2): 1979–80, 1982–83
- Kings Cup
- Runners-up (2): 1962, 1978
- Crown Prince Cup
- Winners (1): 1993–94
- Runners-up (2): 1994–95, 1997–98
- Prince Faisal Cup
- Winners (1): 1994–95
As of Saudi Second Division:
|1995||Asian Cup Winners' Cup||Round 2||Homenmen||3–0||2–0|
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