Azaz ( / ALA-LC: A‘zāz) is a city in northwestern Syria, roughly north-northwest of Aleppo. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Azaz had a population of 31,623 in the 2004 census. , its inhabitants were almost entirely Sunni Muslims, mostly Arabs, with a number of Arabized Kurds and a small Yazidi community of ten people.
It is historically significant as the site of the Battle of Azaz between the Crusader States and the Seljuk Turks on June 11, 1125. It is notable for its proximity to a Syrian–Turkish border crossing, which enters Turkey at Oncupinar, south of the city of Kilis.