The draw for the group stage in the King Salman Cup for Clubs for the 2022-2023 season resulted in exciting confrontations that brought together Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia, Zamalek, Al-Ittihad Jeddah, Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia, and Moroccan Wydad.
The draw that took place on Monday resulted in the Jeddah Union facing Esperance in the first group, which also includes the Iraqi police, along with the team that qualified from the first round between Al-Hilal of Sudan, Manama of Bahrain, Sfaxien of Tunisia and Qatar of Qatar.
The second group includes the Qatari Al-Sadd, the Moroccan Wydad and the Saudi Hilal, in addition to the qualifier from the first round among the Egyptian Army Vanguards, the Libyan Al-Ahly Tripoli, the Omani Al-Nahda and the Palestinian youth of Al-Khalil.
The third group included Zamalek and Al-Nasr, along with the qualifier from the first round among the Sudanese Mars, the Syrian Tishreen, the Saudi youth and the Iraqi Air Force, as well as the qualifier from the first round among the Omani Fahmane, the Tunisian Monastiri, the Bahraini Muharraq and the Omani Seeb.
The fourth group included the Algerian Belouizdad youth, the Moroccan Raja, and the qualifier from the first round among the Royal Moroccan Army, the Libyan Union, the Lebanese Tower and the Emirati unit, in addition to the qualifier from the first round among the Mauritanian Nouadhibou, the youth of Jordan, the Kuwaiti youth, and the Algerian youth of Saoura.