The first always .. 9 numbers Al Hilal crowned the leader of Saudi football clubs


Al Hilal has established itself as a leader in Saudi football, and its fans like it to be called, after the remarkable achievements it has achieved throughout its history.

Crescent moon He was crowned champion of the Saudi League for the 17th time in its history, after defeating Al-Taawon 1-0, on Sunday, in the 29th and penultimate round of the competition.

After the coronation, the official account of Al-Hilal Club on the social networking site “Twitter” published a picture of the 9 most prominent achievements of the team throughout its history.

Al-Hilal said in his tweet that it is the first club to achieve the Saudi League title in its official version in 1977, and it is also the only club to achieve the championship in all its names.

The current version of the Saudi League bears the name “Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professionals League Cup”, for the second consecutive season, after last season.

Al-Hilal also indicated that it became the first club to achieve the championship in the name of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup, with its name, twice in a row.

Al-Hilal also confirmed that it was the first Saudi club to combine the League, King’s Cup and AFC Champions League titles in one season.

Al Hilal is also proud to have won the Founder’s Cup title, a tournament that was held in the 1999-2000 season, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Al-Hilal indicated that it is the only club to have achieved 6 consecutive championships for the Crown Prince Cup between 2008 and 2013.

Al-Hilal confirmed that it was the first Saudi club to qualify twice for the Club World Cup, in 2001 in the version that was canceled, and in 2019 in the edition that was held in Doha.

Al-Hilal stated that it was the first Saudi club to achieve the AFC Champions League in 1991, and that it was the first club to achieve the Asian Super Cup in 1997.


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