Al Nassr FC Players name list, team squad and salary 2023

Here is the list of the players salary at the Saudi Arabian football club Al Nassr FC, yearly and monthly wages and more

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Al-Nassr FC Team Profile: History, Top Scorers, Performance in 2022, Trophies And What You Need To Know. Al-Nassr FC is undoubtedly one of the most discussed topics in the football world currently. The club’s recent signing of Portuguese centre forward Cristiano Ronaldo for a massive sum of $200 million per season took everyone by surprise.

Riyadh based Al Nassr Football Club was founded in 1955. The name means “victory,” which signified the glory of the team in the early years. Despite having failed to make their presence felt on the big stage, Al-Nassr finally made things happen for themselves with the passage of time. In 1963, the club was promoted to the first division. The team won a total of 16 trophies during the 1970s and 1980s combined. 

The team was also able to achieve a lot of success during the 1990s. However, some setbacks pushed the side against the wall in the mid-2000s. However, the team was able to turn things around and return to winning ways beginning in 2010. Signing Cristiano Ronaldo in 2022 is supposedly going to boost their chances in every competition they participate in from hereon.

Al-Nassr Football Club’s home roster includes a total of 30 players. Cristiano Ronaldo, who earns £177,000,000 weekly, is the team member who earns the most money.
The highest level of professional football in Saudi Arabia is played by Al-Nassr Football Club in the Saudi Professional League.

Al Nassr: Top scorers

List of top 5 goals scorers in Al Nassr’s history so far are:-

NameCountry MatchesGoals 
Abderrazak HamdallahMorocco 108112
Mohammad Al-SahlawiSaudi Arabia 219105
GiulianoBrazil 7831
Hassan Al RahebSaudi Arabia 9629
TaliscaBrazil 4028

Al Nassr: Performance in 2022

Al-Nassr FC, who are undoubtedly one of the most successful sides in Saudi Arabia, are in fairly good rhythm currently. The side is presently placed third in the Saudi Pro League table.

Al-Nassr FC has also performed superbly well so far in this season of the AFC Champions League to emerge as group toppers and cement their place in the next round. However, the team has looked frail so far in the Arabian Champions Cup, with 0 wins in 3 matches and sitting at the bottom of their group. 

Al-Nassr: Trophies

  • 9X Saudi Arabian Champion
  • 6X Saudi Cup Winner
  • 2X Saudi Crown Prince Cup Winner
  • 1X Asian Super Cup Winner
  • 1X Asian Cup Winners’ Cup Winner
  • 2X GCC Champions League Winner

Al-Nassr Football Club 2023 – Player Wages

Al-Nassr Football Club have a total of 30 players in their home squad. The highest earning player in the squad is Cristiano Ronaldo earning £177,000,000 per week.

Al-Nassr Football Club play in the Saudi Professional League, the highest league of professional football in Saudi Arabia.

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The teams total wage bill is:£203,346,060 per year£506,655 per week

Active Squad:

Player NameWeekly WageYearly SalaryAgePositionNationality
Cristiano Ronaldo£3,403,846£177,000,00037STPortugal
Nordin Amrabat£54,000£2,808,00033AM, STMorocco
Abderrazak Hamedallah£48,000£2,496,00029STMorocco
Gonzalo Martínez£23,000£1,196,00027M, AMArgentina
Brad Jones£23,000£1,196,00038GKAustralia
Abdulfattah Asiri£20,000£1,040,00026AMSaudi Arabia
Petros£19,000£988,00031DM, MBrazil
Abdullah Madu£19,000£988,00027DSaudi Arabia
Kim Jin-Su£18,000£936,00028D/WBSouth Korea
Abdulmajeed Al-Sulaiheem£18,000£936,00026MSaudi Arabia
Abdulrahman Al-Obaid£18,000£936,00027D/WBSaudi Arabia
Ayman Yahya£18,000£936,00019AMSaudi Arabia
Firas Al-Buraikan£17,000£884,00020STSaudi Arabia
Abdullah Al-Khaibari£17,000£884,00023DM, MSaudi Arabia
Abdulrahman Al-Dossari£16,000£832,00022DM, MSaudi Arabia
Sultan Al-Ghanam£14,000£728,00026D/MSaudi Arabia
Mukhtar Ali£14,000£728,00022DM, MSaudi Arabia
Ali Lajami£14,000£728,00024DSaudi Arabia
Yahya Al-Shehri£13,000£676,00030M, AMSaudi Arabia
Khalid Al-Ghannam£12,000£624,00019AMSaudi Arabia
Waleed Abdullah£12,000£624,00034GKSaudi Arabia
Sami Al-Najai£11,000£572,00023DM, M/AMSaudi Arabia
Abdulelah Al-Amri£9,500£494,00023DSaudi Arabia
Ali Al-Hassan£9,500£494,00023DM, MSaudi Arabia
Osama Al-Khalaf£7,800£405,60023DM, MSaudi Arabia
Hamad Al-Mansour£7,200£374,40027D, WB/M/AMSaudi Arabia
Raed Al-Ghamdi£6,700£348,40026MSaudi Arabia
Mahmoud Samti£3,900£202,80027DSaudi Arabia
Mohannad Mando£55£2,86018AMSyria
Player NameWeekly WageYearly SalaryAgePositionNationality
Sultan Al-Ghannam£0£026DSaudi Arabia

What is the Al Nassr team’s total wage bill?

The team’s total wage bill yearly is £203,346,060 and £506,655 monthly.

Who earns the most at Al Nassr?

At Al-Nassr Football Club, Cristiano Ronaldo earns the most money, earning £177,000,000 a week.

What is Al Nassr’s yearly wage bill in 2023?

The annual overall salary expense for Al-Nassr Football Club is £203,346,060.

What is Al Nassr’s monthly wage bill in 2023?

The weekly average wage cost for Al-Nassr Football Club is £506,655.

Al Nassr’s Complete Schedule For 2023

Ronaldo’s new club, Al-Nassr has been one of the top teams in Saudi Football history and is currently the league leader in the 2022-23 season. Along with the Saudi Pro League, Al-Nassr will be competing in two other domestic tournaments in Saudi Arabia – Saudi Super Cup and Kings Cup.

Moving forward in the ongoing season, SportsTiger presents you with this list which includes all the upcoming Al-Nassr fixtures across all three competitions.

January  5, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Al-Tai

January 14, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Al-Shabab Club 

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January  21, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Ettifaq FC

February 3, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Al-Fateh

February 9, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Al-Taawoun

February 25, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Damac

March 16, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Abha

April 4, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al Adalh

April 9, 2023 –  Al-Nassr vs Al Feiha

April 27,2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al-Raed

May 3, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al-Hilal

May 9, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al Khaleej

May 15, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al Tai

May 20, 2023 – Al- Nassr vs Al-Shabab

May 26, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al-Ettifaq

May 31, 2023 – Al-Nassr vs Al-Fateh

Saudi Super Cup:

Semi-Finals – January 24, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Al-Ittihad Club, 25th January

King’s Cup:

Quarter-Finals -February 12, 2023 – Al-Nassr FC vs Abha Club, 13th March

Al Nassr players currently playing in Middle East

David Ospina

The former Arsenal goalkeeper, now 34, will be Ronaldo’s teammate at Al-Nassr.

Jason Denayer

Denayer, who will be remembered for helping Lyon beat Manchester City in the 2019/20 Champions League quarter-finals, turns out for Dubai-based Shabab Al Ahli. The Belgian is still only 27.

Konstantinos Manolas

Remember Roma’s incredible Champions League comeback against Barcelona? Yeah, well Manolas was the man who completed it with a brilliant header. Now 31, the Greek has joined Emirati side Sharjah.

Ahmed Hegazy

Okay, we admit the defence isn’t the strongest. The former West Brom man plays for Al-Ittihad, who finished second to Al-Hilal last season.

Marc Muniesa

Muniesa isn’t the only player to have both Barcelona and Stoke on their CV. Nowadays, he’s at Al-Arabi where he’s been since 2019.

Ever Banega

Banega was a joy to watch in his prime, turning out for Sevilla and winning three Europa Leagues. The problem is that he’s not in his prime right now at the age of 34. He plays for Saudi club Al Shabab.

Miralem Pjanic

Ronaldo’s teammate at Juventus is also in the Middle East after signing for UAE Pro League club Sharjah FC recently. He’s now 32.

Andre Ayew

Ayew signed for Qatar Stars League club Al Sadd, managed by Xavi, in the summer of 2021 and scored 15 goals in 21 league games last season. The 33-year-old reportedly earns around $220,000 (£195,000) a month.

Santi Cazorla

One of Ayew’s teammates is the brilliant Cazorla. Despite sustaining some pretty horrific injuries during his career, the Arsenal hero is still going strong at the age of 38.

Adel Taarabt

The enigma that is Taarabt recently joined Emirati club Al-Nasr. The former Spurs ace has previously represented Tottenham, AC Milan and Benfica and has wowed fans with his incredible skill but frustrated teammates with his lack of effort.

Paco Alcacer

Alcacer is still only 29 having played for both Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund. In the summer, he signed a three-year deal with Sharjah in UAE.

Frequently Asked Question

How many club titles has Al Nassr won so far?

The Riyad-based club is the second most successful club in SPL with nine league titles. Al-Nassr has also won six King’s Cups, three Crown Prince’s Cups, two Saudi Super Cups, and three Federation Cups. Internationally, they won the 1997-’98 Asian Cup Winners Cup, and the 1998 Asian Super Cup. 

What is the home stadium for Al Nassr?

Al Nassr plays their home matches at the 24,000-seater Mrsool Park Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Who are the players part of the Al Nassr 2022-23 season squad?

Amin Bujari, Sultán Al-Ghannam,  Abdullah Madu,  Mohammed Al-Fatil, Abdulelah Al-Amri, Jaloliddin Masharipov, Abdulmayed Al-Sulaihim, Vicente Aboubakar, Lástima Martínez, Khalid Al-Ghannam, Ghislain Konan, Sami Al-Najee, Mohammed Maran, Abdullah Al-Khaibari, Luiz Gustavo, Ali Al-Hassan, Hamad Al Mansour, Álvaro González, Ayman Yahya, Mansour Al-Shammari, David Ospina, Majed Qasheesh, Abdulrahman Ghareeb, Meshari Al-Nemer, Abdulaziz Al-Owairdhi, Waleed Abdullah, Nawaf Al-Aqidi,  Abdulfattah Asiri, Abdulaziz Al-Aliwa, Abdulaziz Al Faraj , Yousef Haqawi, Ali Lajami, Talisca

Who is the manager for Al Nassr in the 2022-23 season?

Frenchman Rudi Garcia is the Al Nassr manager for the 2022-23 season. The 58-year-old is the club’s fifth manager, appointed over the last two tumultuous years. Garcia has also previously coached Roma and Lyon.

When is  Al Nassr’s next fixture in the Saudi Pro League?

The Riyad-based club is set to face Al-Khaleej FC at the Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium in Dammam on December 31 2022 at 11:00 pm IST. 

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