Weight 76 kg
Height 1.87 m
Name Osama Hawsawi
Career start 2005
|Date of birth (1984-03-31) 31 March 1984 (age 31)|
Current teams Al-Ahli SC (#3 / Defender), Saudi Arabia national football team (Defender)
Similar People Taisir Al‑Jassim, Omar Hawsawi, Fahad Al‑Muwallad, Osama Al‑Muwallad
Place of birth Mecca, Saudi Arabia
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Osama Hawsawi (Arabic: أسامة هوساوي, born 31 March 1984) is a Saudi Arabian footballer who currently plays as a central defender for Al-Hilal and the Saudi Arabia national team.
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Hawsawi began his professional football career where Al-Wehda Club and soon after, at Al-Wehda, he became a regular in the first team, playing in the central defense.
After making 59 appearances and scoring once, Hawsawi joined Al-Hilal. While at Al-Hilal, Hawsawi was a regular player under the manager of Eric Gerets, Hawsawi was appointed the captain. Hawsawi won seven titles with Al-Hilal. Three league titles (in 2008, 2010 and 2011 seasons) and 4 Crown Prince Cup.
In April 2012, Hawsawi signed a two-year contract with Belgian side Anderlecht, making him the only member of the Saudi Arabia national team squad to play in Europe at the time. Hawsawi also become the first Saudi Arabian player to play for the club and also in the league. However, his time at Anderlecht was 'forgettable' due to lack of playing time at the club and only made one appearance for the club when played as a centre back in a 1–1 draw against OH Leuven on 25 August 2012. Hawsawi was also on the substitute bench when Anderlecht won the Belgian Super Cup but he wasn't substituted.
In November 2012, Hawsawi finally left Belgium to return to his homeland by joining Al-Ahli for 1.5 million.
In 2016, Al-Hilal made Hawsawi return to Al-Hilal for 5.5 million dollars (21 million riyals). In his first season he won the Saudi King's Cup & the Saudi Professional League.
He is a member of the Saudi Arabian national team. He appeared for his country in the 2007 Gulf Cup of Nations and was a member of the Saudi team at the FIFA World Youth Championship. He was also called up to the squad to participate in the 2007 AFC Asian Cup.
On Saturday, May 29, 2010, he scored an excellent goal against Spain, after a corner kick which put the Saudi Arabian team ahead 1-0 against Spain, scoring his second goal with the Saudi Arabian national team.