Ahmed Al Ghamdi Stands Forefront of 2034 World Cup in Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, Saudi National Team player, stands at the forefront of the 2034 World Cup in Saudi Arabia.

Al-Ghamdi’s uses his insights to refine football tactics.

Al-Ghamdi’s youth career included time at Blaise Academy and Rino’s Tigers. Al-Ghamdi made his professional debut with Pacific FC in the Canadian Premier League in 2019, scoring his first professional goal against Cavalry FC.

In January 2020, he signed a five-year contract with Saudi Professional League side Al-Ettifaq, marking his debut against Al-Qadsiah in April 2021.

Possessing dual nationality, Al-Ghamdi was eligible to represent either Saudi Arabia or Canada.

His international career began with Saudi Arabia’s U19 team in 2018, followed by appearances for the U20 and U23 teams.

A key moment came in 2022, when he was part of the Saudi Arabia U23 team that won the AFC U-23 Asian Cup;  Alghamdi scored the opening goal in the final.

His performance earned him the Best Player award at the WAFF U-23 Championship in 2022.

By 2023, he had also started playing for the senior Saudi Arabian national team

“To play in a World Cup on home soil in front of Saudi Arabian fans, and hopefully give good performances and maybe make history going to the further rounds in the World Cup; it will be truly amazing and something dreams are made of.” Al Ghamdi told Arab News.

A Career Highlight

The Saudi 2034 World Cup is a pinnacle in Al-Ghamdi’s career. It showcases his lifelong commitment to sports.

In addition, Al Ghamdi is pivotal to the success of the 2034 World Cup in Saudi Arabia.

His unique blend of skills enhances the tournament on multiple levels. From player strategies to fan experiences and sustainability, Al-Ghamdi’s impact is profound.

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