Fixtures

Iraq League 04/14 17:00 - Amanat Baghdad vs Al Zawra'a - View

Results

Iraq League 04/04 12:00 - Newroz SC v Amanat Baghdad L 3-2
Iraq League 03/31 18:30 - Amanat Baghdad v Naft Maysan D 1-1
Iraq League 03/27 18:30 - Al Kahrabaa v Amanat Baghdad L 1-0
Iraq League 03/09 11:30 - Al Quwa Al Jawiya v Amanat Baghdad D 1-1
Iraq League 03/05 11:30 - Amanat Baghdad v Al Minaa L 0-1
Iraq League 02/29 14:00 - Erbil SC v Amanat Baghdad L 4-1
Iraq League 02/22 11:00 - Amanat Baghdad v Al Talaba L 0-2
Iraq League 02/11 11:00 - Amanat Baghdad v Naft Al-Wasat D 1-1
Iraq Cup 02/04 11:00 - Amanat Baghdad v Al Karma L 4-6
Iraq League 12/29 12:30 - Duhok v Amanat Baghdad L 2-0
Iraq League 12/23 11:30 - Amanat Baghdad v Karbalaa FC W 3-1
Iraq League 12/20 18:30 - Al Zawra'a v Amanat Baghdad D 0-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 19 11 8
Wins 2 1 1
Draws 6 4 2
Losses 11 6 5
Goals for 15 9 6
Goals against 28 15 13
Clean sheets 2 0 2
Failed to score 7 4 3

Wikipedia - Amanat Baghdad SC

Amanat Baghdad Sports Club (Arabic: نادي أمانة بغداد‎ الرياضي, lit. 'Mayoralty of Baghdad Sports Club') is an Iraqi professional football team based in Karkh District, Baghdad, that competes in the Iraq Stars League, the top tier of Iraqi football. Formed in 1957 as Amanat Al-Asima (Arabic: أمانة العاصمة, lit. 'Capital Mayoralty'), the team merged with Al-Baladiyat SC in 1977, who had finished as runners-up of the 1975–76 Iraq FA Cup.

History

On 1 July 1957, Amanat Al-Asima (Arabic: أمانة العاصمة, lit. 'Capital Mayoralty') were formed to represent the Mayoralty of Baghdad. Amanat Al-Asima won the Iraq Central FA Premier League title in the 1958–59 season and won the Police Director General Cup twice in 1959 and 1960.

In 1977, Amanat Al-Asima merged with Al-Baladiyat SC to form Al-Amana SC (Arabic: الأمانة). On 5 August 2009, Al-Amana SC was renamed to Baghdad SC (Arabic: بغداد). In 2014, Baghdad SC renamed to Amanat Baghdad SC (Arabic: أمانة بغداد).

Merged teams

Al-Baladiyat

Al-Baladiyat SC (Arabic: البلديات, lit. 'Municipalities') was a club formed in 1974 by the merger of Isalat Al-Mai and Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab. Al-Baladiyat finished as runners-up of the Iraq FA Cup in the 1975–76 season.

Isalat Al-Mai

Isalat Al-Mai (Arabic: إسالة الماء, lit. 'Water Board') was a team formed in 1954. Isalat Al-Mai won the Iraq Central FA Second Division in the 1959–60 season.

Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab
Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab logo

Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab (Arabic: مصلحة نقل الركاب, lit. 'Passenger Transport Service') was a team formed in 1956. Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab won the Iraq Central FA Premier League four times in 1956–57, 1960–61, 1964–65 and 1970–71, and finished as runners-up in 1967–68. They also won the Iraq Central FA Perseverance Cup in 1965. The team wore red shirts.

Amanat Baghdad is a professional soccer team based in Baghdad, Iraq. The team was founded in 1948 and has a rich history in Iraqi soccer. Amanat Baghdad has won several 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. Amanat Baghdad has a strong fan base and is known for its attacking style of play. The team's colors are blue and white, and its logo features a lion, which is a symbol of strength and courage. Amanat Baghdad has produced several talented players who have gone on to play for the Iraqi national team. The team is currently competing in the Iraqi Premier League and is aiming to win more titles in the future.