Results

Iraq League 02/24 11:00 - Al Naft SC v Al Minaa D 1-1
Iraq League 02/21 11:00 - Al Naft SC v Naft Al-Basra D 0-0
Iraq League 02/12 11:00 - Al Naft SC v Al Najaf W 2-1
Iraq Cup 02/03 11:00 - Al Naft SC v Peshmerga Sulaymaniya SC W 1-0
Iraq Cup 01/26 11:00 - Al Naft SC v Al Hussein Baghdad W 2-0
Iraq League 12/31 17:00 - Al Zawra'a v Al Naft SC D 1-1
Iraq League 12/21 11:30 - Al Naft SC v Zakho D 0-0
Iraq League 12/08 11:30 - Al Naft SC v Amanat Baghdad L 0-1
Iraq League 12/05 11:30 - Karbalaa FC v Al Naft SC W 0-2
Iraq League 12/02 14:00 - Al Shorta SC v Al Naft SC W 0-1
Iraq League 11/25 11:30 - Al Naft SC v Al Karkh D 2-2
Iraq League 11/11 16:00 - Al Kahrabaa v Al Naft SC D 2-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 29 20 9
Wins 11 7 4
Draws 9 7 2
Losses 9 6 3
Goals for 33 23 10
Goals against 32 20 12
Clean sheets 10 7 3
Failed to score 9 7 2

Wikipedia - Al-Naft SC

Al Naft Sports Club (Arabic: نادي النفط الرياضي, lit. 'Oil Sports Club') is an Iraqi professional sports club based in the Adhamiyah District, East Districts of the Tigris River, Baghdad. Their football team plays in the highest division in Iraq which is the Iraq Stars League, which they have never been relegated from.

History

Al-Naft Sports Club was established in 1979 by the Ministry of Oil, and was officially registered in the Ministry of Youth and Sports in 1982. In the 1985 season the team played in the Iraqi Premier League for the first time, and finished in the penultimate position that season, and have remained in the Premier League since then. The club's football team were runners-up of the Al-Nasr wal-Salam Cup in 1996, the Durand Cup in 1996, the Umm al-Ma'arik Championship in 1998, and the Iraqi Premier League in 2017, and qualified to play in the Arab Club Champions Cup. In the 2018–19 Arab Club Champions Cup, Al-Naft managed to overcome the Tunisian club: CS Sfaxien and expelled it from the championship and qualify for the round 16, but then lost to the Saudi club: Al-Hilal, and left the tournament.

Al Naft SC is a professional soccer team based in Baghdad, Iraq. The team was founded in 1960 and has since become one of the most successful teams in the country. Al Naft SC has won numerous domestic titles, including the Iraqi Premier League and the Iraqi FA Cup. The team's home stadium is the Al-Shaab Stadium, which has a capacity of 40,000 spectators. Al Naft SC is known for its strong defense and disciplined play, as well as its ability to score goals from set pieces. The team's colors are blue and white, and its logo features a lion, which symbolizes strength and courage. Al Naft SC has a loyal fan base and is considered one of the top teams in Iraqi soccer.