2018 World Cup Saudi Arabia Squad & Lineups
Saudi Arabia qualified for the World Cup earlier, but in 2010 and 2014 fans had to desperately reach the World Cup 2018. There were a few fortunes continue, however a last-day win over an already qualified Japan brought the trick and place the Green Falcons over Australia on goal variation. Though qualifications were trailed by chaos, as Van Marwijk has replaced by Edgardo Bauza, later on, he leaves himself. Most recently, previous Chile trainer Juan Antonio Pizzi has taken the head instructing role.
In 1994 Saudi Arabia qualified for their 1st FIFA World Cup. Under the supervision of Jorge Solari and with talents like Sami Al-Jaber and Saeed Al-Owairan, who were joined by national veteran Majed Abdullah as team leader, Saudi Arabia beat both Morocco and Belgium in the group stage prior to dropping to Sweden in the round of 16. For the following three world cups Saudi Arabia is qualified, however, they did not win any group stage match. In 2010 and 2014 competitions they could not qualify. Saudi Arabia secured qualification for the competition 2018, in front of Australia.
Saudi Arabia 2018 World Cup Schedule
Saudi Arabia will compete with Russia in the first match of FIFA World Cup 2018 on 14 June 2018 followed by matches against Uruguay and Egypt.
Russia vs Saudi Arabia – 14 June 2018
Saudi Arabia vs Uruguay - 20 June 2018
Egypt vs Saudi Arabia - 25 June 2018
Saudi Arabia Team Players:
Mohamed Al Owais, Yasser Al Mosailem, Waleed Abdullah, Hassan Muath, Mohamed Jahfali, Osama Hawsawi, Omar Hawsawi, Motaz Hawsawi, Yasser Al Shahrani, Saeed Al Mowalad, Mansoor Al Harbi, Abdulfattah Asiri, Yahya Al Shehri, Fahad Al Muwallad, Housain Al Mogahwi, Salman Al Moasher, Abdumalek Al Khaibri, Taisir Al Jassim, Salman Al Faraj, Salem Al Dawsari, Nawaf Al Abed, Muhannad Assiri, Mohammad Al Sahlawi.