|After a scoreless first half, Odai Al Saify netted the only goal of the game in the 52nd minute as Shabab Al Ordon, technically the away team, ran out 1—0 winners||Kits [ ] Shabab Al-Ordon's home kit is all red and white stripes, while their away kit is all black and white stripes|
|Furthermore, the greatest achievement of the club was materialized in 2007 in their success in winning||Three Jordanian teams reached the last four with Shabab Al-Ordon avoiding the local derby after being paired with Nejmeh, while faced a repeat of their 2006 semi-final against|
|Some 17,000 spectators turned out for the return leg at the same venue and it was who was the hero, scoring the decisive goal in a 2—1 victory||: 2 2007, 2013 Continental [ ]• And it took a 2—1 victory over Muscat in the final group game to see Shabab Al Ordon advance as the best-placed runners-up in the West|
|Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality||Besides it being one of the most competitive football teams in Jordan and succeeding in several achievements in a very short period of time, as they occupied fourth in Jordanian League in 2004-2005 Winning the league in 2005-2006 and also winning the at the same year|
Stadium [ ] Shabab Al-Ordon plays their home games at in Amman.
|in 2004—2007 Shabab were the most threatening, taking leagues and cups left and right, but since then, the form has dropped in Zarqa and mainly get there thrills by defeating the major Amman clubs and dashing title and cup ambitions||Nation Player — Mohammad Al-Razem — Abdullah Abu Zema — Ahmed Abu Sa'alik — Suhaib Abu Hash'hash — Hassan Al-Maharmeh — Hussien Obaidat — Current technical staff [ ] Posotion Staff First team head coach Waseem Albzoor Assistant coach Osama Al-Sarhan Goalkeeping coach Omar Al-Kiswani Fitness coach Qais Ma'amar Managing director Wael Bana Managerial history [ ] Name From To 2004 2005 2005 2007 2007 2008 Mohammad Omar 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 Emad Dahbour 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 Maher Bahri 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 Mohamed Al-Yamani 2014 2015 2015 2017 2017 2018 2018 2019 Mahmoud Al-Hadid 2019 2020 Waseem Albzoor 2020 Present Honors [ ] Domestic [ ]• then cancelled out that away goal by striking early in the second leg to tie the contest at 1—1 on aggregate|
|Nation Player — Rashid Al-Mahsiri — — Ahmed Mazen Al-Sughair — Mustafa Kamal — Ward Al-Barri — Hejazi Maher — No||The second half of the group stage was not as strong for the Jordanians as an away defeat to Nejmeh followed by a 1—1 draw with Al Saqr in Yemen saw the Lebanese side move into top spot|
For the third year in a row, Al Faisaly lined up for the tournament showpiece but, for the first time, they would have to overcome Jordanian opposition in the final to lift the title.4