Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad are the most qualified for victory … the...

Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad are the most qualified for victory … the...
Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad are the most qualified for victory … the...

An opportunity to write a new line in the history of victory, led by the Portuguese coach Roy Vitoria, in the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, making it only two steps away from glory and the rise to the Asian podium for the first time in its history.

For the first time in the history of the tournament with its new name, Al-Nassr ascends to the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, where his last appearance in the tournament with its old name was in 1995, so can the world touch glory and enter the tournament honor board?

Al-Nasr became the fifth Saudi club, in the history of the tournament, to qualify for the semi-finals, after the success of Al-Hilal, Al-Ahly, Al-Shabab and Al-Ittihad from pre-qualification and Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad achieved 5 championships.

We will monitor the history of Saudi clubs with the semi-finals since the launch of the tournament with its new name in 2003 ..

Crescent – 5 times

Al Zaeem, the defending champion, qualified 5 times earlier for the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, and only achieved the championship once, with its new title.

As Al Hilal qualified for the semi-finals of the AFC Championships in 2010 and deposited the tournament at the time in front of Zob Ahan Isfahan after the back and forth defeat by a goal without a response, and in 2014 he managed to pass the semi-final from Al Ain and face Western Sydney in the final, but the Australian team succeeded in snatching the title .

In 2015, Al Hilal qualified for the semi-finals to face Shabab Al Ahly, and the Emirati team succeeded in ousting the leader from the tournament, and in 2017 Al Hilal passed in the semi-finals of Iranian Persolis, to be shocked by Urawa Reds, but a new shock for Al Hilal with the Japanese team’s victory, before achieving the title On the same team in the 2019 edition, which took place in the semi-finals at the expense of Al Sadd.

Union – 5 times

Al-Ittihad is equal with Al-Hilal in the number of times it qualified for the semi-finals 5 times, it achieved the two championships twice in a row in 2004 – 2005, and in 2009 it passed the semi-finals at the expense of Japan’s Nagoya Grampus, but fell in the final against South Korean Pohang Steelers.

In the 2011 edition, Al-Ittihad left the championship from the semi-finals, and the 2012 version likewise, and this version is in front of its fellow countryman and neighbor, Ahly Jeddah.

Al-Ahly – once

Al-Ahly qualified one time for the semi-finals of the tournament, it was in 2012, and as we mentioned, his qualification was at the expense of Al-Ittihad, but Ulsan Hyundai managed to crown the championship in the end.

Young people – once

With the same number of Al-Ahly, Al-Shabab qualified for the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, in the 2010 edition, and the tournament was deposited in this role in front of Seongnam FC.

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