|Name||Al Wahda FC|
|Home Kit Colors||Blue, Maroon|
|Away Kit Colors||White, Maroon|
|Stadium||Al Nahyan Stadium|
|League Titles Won||4|
|Link to Official Site||https://www.alwahda-fc.ae|
Al Wahda is a professional football club from Abu Dhabi. They play in the UAE Pro League and are managed by Grégory Dufrennes. The team’s home ground is Al Nahyan Stadium, which holds 15,000 spectators.
Generally, Al Wahda’s colors are maroon, gray, and white, as seen in their club logo. Their home kit is currently styled in blue and maroon, while the away kit colors are white and maroon. Al Wahda are four-time winners of the Super Cup.
Al Wahda are one of the clubs based out of the Emirati capital. They were formed in 1974, but the first mention of Al Wahda was in 1969. The team underwent a merger in 1974, which saw them transition to Al Wahda SC. Then, in 1984, a second merger established the Pro League club.
Since then, the team has been a regular in the UAE Pro League table, and they won their first title in the 1998/1999 season. They won the title three more times in the early 2000s, with their latest win being in the 2009/2010 season.
Besides the league, Al Wahda have achieved success in a number of other competitions. They have won the UAE Division One title twice, have bagged the President’s Cup as many times, and have won the Super Cup four times. The team has received several other honors within and outside the Emirates.
Dufrennes has been the team’s coach since 2021. He is a French former professional footballer who played in the position of attacking midfielder. Dufrennes played for a number of Emirati teams, including Al Ahli and Ittihad Kalba, during his career.
Al Wahda has produced prominent players such as top scorers Ismail Matar and Omar Khribin.