Fixtures

Jordan League 05/24 16:00 22 Al-Wehdat vs Shabab Al-Aqaba SC - View

Results

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

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 41 20 21
Wins 25 15 10
Draws 9 4 5
Losses 7 1 6
Goals for 62 39 23
Goals against 31 14 17
Clean sheets 23 11 12
Failed to score 7 1 6

Wikipedia - Al-Wehdat SC

Al-Wehdat Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الوحدات الرياضي) is a Jordanian sports club founded in 1956. The club is based in and represents the Amman New Camp, a Palestinian refugee camp also known as Al-Wehdat. Al-Wehdat's home games are played at King Abdullah II Stadium (cap. 13,265).

History

The club was founded in 1956 under the name Al-Wehdat Youth Center. In 1974, they changed their name to Al-Wehdat Sports Club and have been called that since then (with the exception of 1986–1989 when it was named Al-Diffatain Sports Club.)[]

Al-Wehdat has 53 local trophies from 1980. They won the second division in 1975 and promoted to the first division for the first time, but were relegated in their first season. The next season the club was promoted again and has so far not been relegated. Al-Wehdat is the only Jordanian team that has won the four Jordanian competitions (League, Cup, Super, Shield) in a single season in the 2008–09, 2010–11 seasons Al-Wehdat is the first Jordanian team to play in the AFC Champions League (group stage).[]

Colours

The traditional and primary colors of Al-Wehdat are green and red. The kit has varied over the years. Currently the away kit is a full white. The home kit is a green top with white socks and red shorts[]

Al Quwaysimah riot

After a 1–0 win in the Derby of Jordan versus Al-Faisaly on 10 December 2010, rioting broke out following the game between rival Amman clubs. Some Al-Faisaly fans threw bottles at Al-Wehdat players and their fans. About 250 people were injured. 243 of them Al-Wehdat fans, according to senior officials from the hospitals.

Al-Wehdat is a professional soccer team based in Amman, Jordan. The team was founded in 1956 and has a rich history of success in Jordanian football. They are one of the most popular and successful teams in the country, with a large and passionate fan base.

The team's colors are green and white, and they play their home matches at the Amman International Stadium. Al-Wehdat has won numerous domestic titles, including the Jordanian Pro League and the Jordan FA Cup.

Known for their attacking style of play and strong defense, Al-Wehdat has produced many talented players who have gone on to represent the Jordanian national team. The team has a fierce rivalry with fellow Jordanian club Al-Faisaly, with matches between the two teams often drawing large crowds and intense competition.

Al-Wehdat is not only successful on the field but also active in the community, participating in various charitable initiatives and youth development programs. They are a symbol of pride for Jordanian soccer fans and continue to be a dominant force in Jordanian football.