|Panama LPF||03/26 21:00||11||CD Arabe Unido vs San Francisco FC||-||View|
|Panama LPF||04/01 23:15||12||Plaza Amador vs CD Arabe Unido||-||View|
|Panama LPF||04/05 21:00||13||CD Arabe Unido vs Alianza FC Panama||-||View|
|Panama LPF||04/16 23:15||14||Sporting San Miguelito vs CD Arabe Unido||-||View|
|Panama LPF||04/22 21:00||15||CD Arabe Unido vs Potros Del Este||-||View|
|Panama LPF||04/29 21:00||16||CD Arabe Unido vs Tauro FC||-||View|
|Panama LPF||03/18 21:00||10|| CD Arabe Unido v CD Universitario ||L||1-2|
|Panama LPF||03/11 01:00||9|| Atletico Chiriqui v CD Arabe Unido ||D||0-0|
|Panama LPF||03/04 23:15||8|| UMECIT v CD Arabe Unido ||D||1-1|
|Panama LPF||02/25 21:00||7|| CD Arabe Unido v Herrera FC ||D||1-1|
|Panama LPF||02/16 01:30||6|| CA Independiente de la Chorrera v CD Arabe Unido ||L||2-1|
|Panama LPF||02/11 23:15||5|| Tauro FC v CD Arabe Unido ||D||1-1|
|Panama LPF||02/05 23:15||4|| Potros Del Este v CD Arabe Unido ||W||0-2|
|Panama LPF||01/29 21:00||3|| CD Arabe Unido v Sporting San Miguelito ||L||0-2|
|Panama LPF||01/21 23:15||2|| Alianza FC Panama v CD Arabe Unido ||W||0-2|
|Panama LPF||01/15 21:00||1|| CD Arabe Unido v Plaza Amador ||D||0-0|
|Panama LPF||11/06 20:00||2|| CD Arabe Unido v CD Universitario ||D||0-0|
|Panama LPF||10/30 23:00||2|| CD Universitario v CD Arabe Unido ||L||1-0|
|Failed to score||17||8||9|
Club Deportivo Árabe Unido is a professional football club located in Colón, Panama that plays in Liga Panameña de Fútbol, the top tier of the Panamanian football pyramid. The club plays its games in Estadio Armando Dely Valdés.
Its name, Árabe Unido, means "Arab Union" in English, is emphasised from its original Arab root of the club.
The club has been one of the most successful in Panama in recent years, winning 15 titles (more than any other team since 1998) and finishing second five times.
It was founded in 1990 by Arab immigrants to Panama, under the name of Club Atlético Argentina, and experienced immediate success. After climbing the Panamanian league system, in 1994 they took advantage of a split in Panama's governing body to move into the top division. What happened was that a rival league (LINFUNA) formed in opposition to the older, existing top flight (ANAPROF). Árabe Unido was almost immediately successful in LINFUNA, winning both championships that the splinter league held in 1994 and 1995.
Their success continued once they re-entered ANAPROF; at that time, Tauro FC was the dominant team in the league and would win three championships in four years between 1996-2000. The only club to break that string was Árabe Unido, which won the 1998-99 title by beating Tauro 3-0 in the playoff final.
After the league switched to the Aprtura/Clausura format in the 2001 season, Los Arabes really began winning titles. The original plan was for the winners of the Apertura to meet the Clausura in a "Grand Final" that would determine the year's champion. Árabe rendered this unnecessary by winning both tournaments. They claimed a third straight championship in Apertura 2002, although they did lose that year's grand final to Plaza Amador.
El Expreso Azul (as fans also called Árabe Unido) would go on to add further honors by sweeping the 2003 season, then winning back to back titles in Clausura 2008 and Apertura 2009. They have also won titles in Clausura 2010, Apertura 2012, Clausura 2015, Apertura 2015, and most recently Apertura 2016.l