Al Nassr FC are a Saudi Arabian football club who were founded in November 1955 by brothers Husein and Zeid Al-Ja'ba. Al Nassr is the Arabic word for victory. The club are based in the country's capital Riyadh. The club officially became professional in 1960. They were promoted to the first division in 1963. During the 1970s and 1980s the club won four Suadi League titles, six Kings Cups, two Crown Prince Cups and one Federation Cup. The Saudi Golden Trio were the one of the reasons for the teams success.
The club play their home games in yellow and blue coloured shirts. They play their football in the King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh which holds 67,000 seats. Notable former players include Majed Abdullah, Fahd Al-Herafy, Mohaisn Al-Jam'aan and Bulgarian legend Hristo Stoichkov.
Al-Nassr is the Arabic word for 'victory'. Clubs with the same name are found in Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE and Libya but the Saudi Arabian club was the first to take the name.
In 2006–07, the club only avoided relegation on the last day of the season. After a major overhaul of playing staff Al-Nassr went on to win the Federation Cup 2008 against rivals, Al-Hilal.