Al-Hilal Saudi Football Club (Arabic: نادي الهلال السعودي لكرة القدم), also known simply as Al-Hilal (The Crescent), is a Saudi Arabian professional football team based in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh. It plays at the Saudi Professional League and holds 57 official titles. Founded in 1957, it has obtained a record of 43 domestic titles as well as a record 6 trophies in various Asian championships, and a record of 8 Arab championships.
The club's nicknames are "The Boss", "The Blue Waves" and "The Royal Club". The IFFHS ranked Al-Hilal as the Asian Club of the 20th Century.
Among the club's most famous players were Yousuf Al-Thunayan and Sami Al-Jaber of the Saudi Arabian national football team, and goalkeeper Mohamed Al-Deayea. The club's current manager is Ramon Diaz and is captained by Yasser Al-Qahtani.