Results

Saudi Arabia Division 1 05/28 16:40 34 [9] Al Jabalain v Al Batin [7] D 2-2
Saudi Arabia Division 1 05/21 18:00 33 [7] Al Batin v Al-Arabi Al-Saudi [4] D 1-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 05/14 17:50 32 [11] Al Jandal v Al Batin [8] W 1-4
Saudi Arabia Division 1 05/08 17:50 31 [17] Al Qaisoma v Al Batin [9] D 2-2
Saudi Arabia Division 1 05/01 16:10 30 [7] Al Batin v Al Najma [9] L 0-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 04/22 17:45 29 [18] Al Taraji v Al Batin [8] W 0-3
Saudi Arabia Division 1 04/16 16:05 28 [7] Al Batin v Al Adalh [5] L 1-2
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/28 18:45 27 [8] Al Batin v Hajer [16] D 1-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/15 18:45 26 [12] Al-Bukayriyah FC v Al Batin [8] W 1-2
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/10 13:00 25 [5] Al Faisaly Harmah v Al Batin [8] W 1-3
Saudi Arabia Division 1 03/05 12:50 24 [9] Al Batin v Jeddah Club [13] W 3-1
Saudi Arabia Division 1 02/28 13:15 23 [14] Ohod Madinah v Al Batin [8] L 3-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 35 17 18
Wins 14 6 8
Draws 10 5 5
Losses 11 6 5
Goals for 47 21 26
Goals against 42 21 21
Clean sheets 10 5 5
Failed to score 9 5 4

Wikipedia - Al Batin FC

Al Batin Football Club (Arabic: نادي الباطن لكرة القدم) is a Saudi Arabian professional football club based in Hafar al-Batin, Eastern Province, that competes in the Saudi First Division League. The club was founded in 1979.

Al-Batin's colours are sky blue and black. At the end of the 2007–08 season, they won their first promotion to Saudi Second Division. On 25 March 2011, Al-Batin won their first promotion to Saudi First Division. They play their home matches at the Al-Batin Club Stadium.

Al Batin is a professional soccer team based in Hafar Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia. The team was founded in 1958 and currently competes in the Saudi Professional League, the top tier of Saudi Arabian football.

The team's colors are yellow and black, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field. Al Batin has a rich history of success in domestic competitions and has produced talented players who have gone on to represent the Saudi national team.

Al Batin plays their home matches at the Al-Batin Club Stadium, which has a seating capacity of over 10,000 spectators. The team is known for their attacking style of play and strong defensive organization, making them a formidable opponent for any team in the league.

Overall, Al Batin is a respected and competitive team in Saudi Arabian football, with a proud tradition and dedicated fan base that supports them through thick and thin.