Iraqi Premier League 2018-19 Champions

Al Wahda's AFC Champions League results annulled after withdrawal

Assistant coach Abbas Obeid leaves the club

Al Shorta head to Cairo for training camp ahead of AFC Champions League

Iraqi Premier League:
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
9Al Quwa Al Jawiya00000000
10Al Semawah00000000
11Al Shorta00000000
12Al Sinaat Al Kahrabaiya00000000
13Al Talaba00000000
AFC Champions League Group A:
PosTeam
PldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1Saudi Arabia Al Ahli320143+16Round of 16
2Iraq Al Shorta31113304
3Iran Esteghlal201123-11
4United Arab Emirates Al Wahda00000000Withdrew

Esteghlal vs. Al Shorta

2020 AFC Champions League Group A

Venue: Khalifa International Stadium (neutral)

20 September 2020

18:00 GMT

We sat down with Lorival Santos, the Brazilian manager who made history by becoming the first coach from outside of Asia to win the Iraqi Premier League as he led the Harps to their landmark fifth Premier League title and tenth overall league title in the 2013-14 season. Read our exclusive interview with him here!

Flashback Photo of the Month

This month in 2013, Al Shorta beat Al Talaba 3-0 in a scintillating Baghdad Derby performance to clinch the 2012-13 Iraqi Premier League title. The Harps needed to beat their rivals in the league's final round to ensure they would finish ahead of Erbil and Al Quwa Al Jawiya, and Hussein Kareem gave Al Shorta the perfect start with a lovely goal in the first half. Minusu Buba and Dhurgham Ismail added two more in the second period as Al Shorta secured the famous golden shield at Al Shaab Stadium.

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