Saudi Arabia Division 1 02/26 15:15 23 Al Safa vs Al Ain FC - View
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/04 13:10 24 Al Ain FC vs Al Kholood - View
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/09 13:10 25 Al Ain FC vs Al Taraji - View
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/16 19:00 26 Ohod Madinah vs Al Ain FC - View
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/28 19:00 27 Al Ain FC vs Al Jandal - View
Saudi Arabia Division 1 04/15 16:05 28 Al-Arabi Al-Saudi vs Al Ain FC - View


Saudi Arabia Division 1 02/19 13:05 22 [15] Al Ain FC v Al Qaisoma [18] D 2-2
Saudi Arabia Division 1 02/12 15:05 21 [1] Al Qadisiya Al Khubar v Al Ain FC [15] L 2-0
Saudi Arabia Division 1 02/05 13:05 20 [14] Al Ain FC v Al Orubah [5] L 0-3
Saudi Arabia Division 1 01/30 12:50 19 [13] Al-Bukayriyah FC v Al Ain FC [14] D 0-0
Saudi Arabia Division 1 01/24 13:00 18 [14] Al Ain FC v Al Batin [11] L 2-3
Saudi Arabia Division 1 01/08 12:30 17 [11] Al Najma v Al Ain FC [14] W 0-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 01/01 12:45 16 [14] Al Ain FC v Jeddah Club [6] W 3-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 12/26 12:00 15 [2] Al Adalh v Al Ain FC [14] D 1-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 12/19 12:20 14 [15] Al Ain FC v Al Jabalain [4] D 1-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 12/13 12:30 13 [15] Al Ain FC v Al Faisaly Harmah [7] L 3-4
Saudi Arabia Division 1 12/05 14:25 12 [17] Hajer v Al Ain FC [15] D 0-0
Saudi Arabia Division 1 11/28 12:30 11 [16] Al Ain FC v Al-Arabi Al-Saudi [10] D 1-1


Matches played 34 18 16
Wins 9 5 4
Draws 10 5 5
Losses 15 8 7
Goals for 37 24 13
Goals against 49 27 22
Clean sheets 10 5 5
Failed to score 11 5 6

Al-Ain Saudi Football Club (Arabic: نادي العين السعودي) is a Saudi Arabian professional association football club based in Al Atawlah, Al Qara, Al Bahah. The club was founded in 1978 and play their home matches at the King Saud Sport City Stadium. The team competes in the First Division League, the second tier of Saudi football. The club was founded in 1978 under the name of Zahran Football Club. The club was named after the Zahran tribe who are one of the largest tribes in Al-Bahah Province. In 2001, the club changed their name to Al-Ameed Football Club before changing their name to Al-Ain in 2013.

Al-Ain have won the Saudi Third Division title once in 2015–16, and finished as runners-up once in 2010–11. The club have won the Al-Bahah Regional League ten times. The club spent four non-consecutive seasons in the Saudi Second Division before gaining to the MS League in the 2017–18 season. They spent two consecutive seasons in the MS League before gaining promotion to the top tier of Saudi football for the first time at the end of the 2019–20 season. The club play their home games at the King Saud Sport City Stadium in Al Bahah, sharing the stadium with derby rivals Al-Hejaz.

Al Ain FC is a professional soccer team based in the city of Al Ain, located in the United Arab Emirates. The team was founded in 1968 and has since become one of the most successful clubs in the country. Al Ain FC has won the UAE Pro League 13 times, the UAE President's Cup 7 times, and the UAE League Cup 4 times.

The team's home stadium is the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 25,000 spectators. The team's colors are purple and white, and their logo features a falcon, which is a symbol of strength and power in the UAE.

Al Ain FC has a strong squad of players, including both local and international talent. The team is known for its attacking style of play, with a focus on quick passing and movement off the ball. The team's top goal scorers include Asamoah Gyan, who has scored over 100 goals for the club, and Omar Abdulrahman, who is considered one of the best players in the UAE.

Off the field, Al Ain FC is known for its commitment to community outreach and social responsibility. The team has a number of programs aimed at promoting health and wellness, education, and environmental sustainability. Overall, Al Ain FC is a respected and successful soccer team with a strong presence both on and off the field.