This article is about the Bahraini football team. For other uses, see Al-Nejmeh (disambiguation).
Full name Al-Najma Club
Nickname(s) Al-Raheeb
Founded 1943 (1943)
Ground Al Najma Club, Juffair, Manama
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman Sh. Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al-Khalifa
Manager Ali Ashoor
League Bahraini Second Division League

Al-Najma Club (Arabic: نادي النجمة) is a Bahraini club based in Manama. The club competes in Handball, Football, Volley and Basketball. Some of their famous players are striker mourad faris, Rashed Jamal,young Bahrain Olympic team player Hamad Faisal, Yemeni international defender Salem Saeed, and the main goalkeeper of the Bahraini national team Abdulrahman Abdulkarim. The legend is Bader Swar .



1988 , 1992 , 1994 , 2006 , 2007
2007, 2008

Performance in AFC competitions

2008: Group Stage, 3rd In Group

Performance in UAFA Competitions


2015–2016 squad[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bahrain GK Neddal Abdulhassan
Bahrain GK Abdulrahman Abdulkarim
Bahrain DF Saleh Abdulhameed
Bahrain DF Saber Abdulrahman
Bahrain DF Mohmmed Al-Harban
Bahrain DF Ahmed Amin
Bahrain DF Sayed Hussain
Bahrain DF Ali Saeed
Indonesia DF Ryuji Utomo
Mexico MF Édgar Pacheco
Bahrain MF Mohammed Abdulaziz
Bahrain MF Hussain Abdulkarim
Morocco MF Salah Ablioni
Bahrain MF Husain Hassan Abu-Dahoum
Bahrain MF Saoud Al-Katan
Kuwait MF Talal Ahmed
Bahrain MF Jasim Al-Malood
Bahrain MF Hussain Al-Sudi
Tunisia MF Alasad Aldride
Bahrain MF Mohmmad Almuqla
Bahrain MF Raed Baba
No. Position Player
Bahrain MF Hamad Faisal
Bahrain MF Sami Hashim
Bahrain MF Sayed Qassim Hassan
Bahrain MF Mohammed Ibrahim
Bahrain MF Khaled Jassim
Bahrain MF Manua
Bahrain MF Mohammed Nour-Al Din
Bahrain MF Salem Mossa Omar
Bahrain MF Abdullah Osman
Ghana MF Ibrahim Abdul Razak
Bahrain MF Hamad Salman
Brazil FW Jefferson Maia
Bahrain FW Hamad Ibrahim Al-Ramahi
Brazil FW Alexander da Silva
Bahrain FW Rashid Jamala
Bahrain FW Reda Hussain Jassim
Nigeria FW Jousif
Bahrain FW Talal Meshan
Iraq FW Abdulaziz Qaed
Bahrain FW Rashed Jamal Salem


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