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Who is Abdullah Al-Hafiz, the player of Al-Hilal Saudi Club, and what is his football career?

Who is Abdullah Al-Hafiz, the player of Al-Hilal Saudi Club, and what is his football career?

 Abdullah Farid Al-Hafiz is a Saudi footballer who plays in the defense position of Al-Hilal Club.

Biography of Abdullah Al-Hafiz

Abdullah Farid Al-Hafiz is a Saudi footballer who plays in the defense position of Al-Hilal Club.

He has moved from the buds to the juniors to the youth and Olympic team of the Saudi Al-Ittifaq Club. Learn about the biography, achievements, judgment, sayings and all the information you need about Abdullah Al-Hafiz.

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The beginnings of Abdullah Al-Hafiz

The player Abdullah Al-Hafiz was born on December 25, 1992 in Dammam, in Saudi Arabia, and he has been playing football since he was five years old due to the presence of his father as an administrator in Al-Ettifaq club youth.

He started his professional career at an early age, when he was only fifteen. Where he started playing with Al-Ittifaq youth club in 2005-2006. And included in his clubs until he reached the first team.

Abdullah Al-Hafiz's personal life

The player Abdullah Al-Hafiz is the brother of the player Ibrahim Al-Hafiz.

The player Abdullah Al-Hafiz prefers to play with his right foot, despite his ability to play with both feet.

The title of Al-Hafiz is the safety valve.
The player's number in the Saudi national team is 5.

His number in Al Hilal Club is 17.

 Abdullah Al-Hafiz

I came to Portugal to open the way to my biggest dream.. the Premier League.

Achievements of Abdullah Al-Hafiz

Al-Hafiz held the position of captain of Al-Ittifaq club for juniors and captain of the Saudi national team for juniors.

He also contributed to the qualification of the Saudi junior national team to the 2007 Asian Cup finals.

It was also the reason for obtaining the Gulf Cooperation Council (Gulf) Cup for the junior teams in Abha in 2008.

He also won the friendly tournament for the junior teams in Tunisia in 2008.

He won the friendly championship for the youth teams in the UAE in 2008 Abdullah Al-Hafiz

Contributed to the qualification of the Saudi youth team in Iraq to the 2011 Asian Cup finals.

He qualified with his national team, which he captained, to the Asian Youth Cup in China

He also achieved an amazing feat by qualifying for the Youth World Cup in Colombia after winning 2-1 over Uzbekistan in the quarter-finals.

In Colombia, he performed at great levels and led the national team to qualify for the round of 16 with wins over Croatia and Guatemala and a loss against Nigeria, but they lost to Brazil 3-0.

Then Al-Hafiz drew the attention of talent scouts who rushed to sign him for two and a half years.

The famous newspaper Record in Portugal said about him: "This player is considered the best Saudi player who participated in the last World Cup for the youth category."

He won the award for the best Gulf player in the Gulf Cooperation Council Cup for Junior Teams in Abha in 2008.

Al-Ittifaq Club qualified for the quarter-finals of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Football Cup after beating Qaisumah Club 4-0.

After the distinguished performance of Al-Hafiz with the Saudi national team participating in the World Youth Cup in Colombia, he decided to sign a professional contract with the Portuguese club UD Leiria in the 2011-2012 season.

 Abdullah participated with his team in 3 matches of the Portuguese League, but the club faced financial and administrative problems that caused the team to relegate to the ranks of the second-tier clubs, and most 

of the team’s stars left, including Saudi player Abdullah Al-Hafiz, after he terminated his contract with the team due to his low level.

He was offered several offers, to move to the Portuguese club Pacos de Ferreira in 2012.

On June 3, 2013, he signed a professional contract in order to move to represent Al Hilal Saudi Club for a period of four and a half years.

Al Hilal loaned him to Hajar Club for a period of 4 months and to Al Ettifaq Club.

Abdullah Al-Hafiz has been with Al-Hilal’s first football team since 2013, and joined the agreement to get the opportunity to play mainly. But on loan for 6 months.