Ittihad Football Club (Arabic: نادي الاتحاد), also known as Al-Ittihad, is a Saudi Premier League football club based in Jeddah. Al-Ittihad has won eight League titles and also holds 45 official championships, three of them being Asian championships. Al-Ittihad has a big reputation for being the oldest still-surviving club in Saudi Arabia and one of the most successful clubs.
The club was founded in 1927 and is the oldest club in Saudi Arabia. The most successful period in Al-Ittihad's history was the 1990s and '05s, when the club won numerous honours both domestically and in Asia. It has won two Champions League titles in 2004 and 2005. It was a part of — FIFA Club World Cup in 2005. It is the only Asian club to have won the AFC Champions League twice in a row.
It has over 8 million fans in Saudi Arabia. Among the club's most famous players were former striker Hamzah Idris, Ahmad Jamil and Al Hasan Al-Yami. Furthermore, the famous Brazilian international player Bebeto played for Al-Ittihad from 2001 to 2002.