|Date of birth||April 27, 1978|
|Place of birth||Safi, Morocco|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|2005–2010||Woodlands Wellington FC||130||(67)|
|2008–2009||~~Home United (loan)||32||(20)|
|2011–2013||Pro Duta FC||65||(30)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Abdelhadi Laakkad (born 27 April 1977) is a professional soccer player from Morocco. He was currently plays for Pro Duta FC in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division (LPIS). He previously plays for Woodlands Wellington FC in the S.League.
Woodlands Wellington FC
He proved to be a successful signing as he ended up as the top scorer in the 2006 S.League season, scoring 23 goals in his debut season with the Rams  and winning the 2006 S.League Player of the Year Award. During his two seasons with the Rams, Laakkad also won the Tiger Beer Goal Of The Year award in the 2008 S.League season.
In view of his impressive displays, Laakkad was supposed to join Home United during the 2009 off-season but niggling injuries hampered the transfer and it was eventually called off. As a result, he spent a year away from football to recover from his injury.
Laakkad returned to Woodlands Wellington during the 2010 S.League season and achieved two personal milestones during that year. He made his 100th appearance for Woodlands in a match against the Courts Young Lions, in which he also scored a goal to mark the occasion, and also surpassed Agu Casmir's all-time top scorer record by scoring 10 goals in 30 appearances, bringing his total tally to 67 goals in 129 appearances.
After the 2010 season, Laakkad was released by Woodlands. He would soon join Liga Primer Indonesia side Medan Chiefs, rejoining former Woodlands coach Jörg Steinebruner and teammate Luis Eduardo Hicks in the Netherlands-based club.
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- "The first team". produta.com. Retrieved 22 June 2012.
- "Abdelhadi Laakkad". soccerway.com. Retrieved 3 November 2010.
- "Young Lions vs Woodlands match stats".
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