Al-Arabi SC Players Salary 2022/23, Al-Arabi Sports Club is a Qatari sports club based in Doha. Founded in 1952, the club’s most famous team is the Qatar Stars League football team. The club’s home ground is the 13,000-seat Hamad Grand Stadium, where they have played since their inception.
Al-Arabi achieved its first success in 1978, winning the Qatar Emir Cup, and went on to win several titles in the 1980s and 1990s. The club enjoyed its greatest period of success in those two decades, winning 17 major titles.
Al-Arabi SC Players Salary 2022/23 Domestically, Al-Arabi has won seven league titles, eight Qatar Emir Cups, one Qatar Crown Prince Cup and six Qatar Sheikh Jassem Cups.
Al-Arabi SC Players Salary 2022/23 UPDATE
|14||Helal Mohamed Al-Saeed||Centre-Back||Qatar||–|
|–||Abdulkareem Salem Al Ali||Left-Back||Qatar||€75Th.|
|17||Aron Gunnarsson||Defensive Midfield||Iceland||€800Th.|
|15||Jassem Gaber Abdulsallam||Defensive Midfield||Qatar||€175Th.|
|3||Mohammad Sayyar||Defensive Midfield||Qatar||€50Th.|
|8||Ahmed Fathi||Central Midfield||Qatar||€400Th.|
|6||Abdullah Marafee||Central Midfield||Qatar||€300Th.|
|4||Abdulrahman Anad||Central Midfield||Qatar||€200Th.|
|–||Mohamed Mostafa Slim||Central Midfield||Egypt||–|
|22||Abdullahi Sharif||Central Midfield||Qatar||–|
|33||Abdulrahim Yousuf Al-Balushi||Attacking Midfield||Qatar||€25Th.|
|72||Ahmed Aboutrika||Attacking Midfield||Egypt||€25Th.|
|28||Youssef Msakni||Left Winger||Tunisia||€1.20m|
|11||Mohamed Salah Al-Neel||Left Winger||Qatar||€250Th.|
|77||Mohammad Gamaldin||Left Winger||Qatar||–|
|19||Ibrahim Nasser Kala||Right Winger||Qatar||€250Th.|
|24||Abdullah Murisi||Right Winger||Qatar||€100Th.|
Al-Arabi’s standard kit colors are red jerseys and red shorts and socks. The core of the club has been changed several times in an attempt to change the name of the club and modernize it.
Al-Arabi SC Players Salary 2022/23 The current squad, with the ceremonial falcon, is a revamp of the one formed in the early 1950s.
They are known to have one of the biggest fan bases in Qatar along with their rivals Al Rayyan. In terms of championships won, it is the second most successful club in the country after Al Sadd. Al-Arabi is known by various nicknames, including “Dream Team”, “The Red Devils” and “Century Club”.