Iraq Score
West Asian Football Federation Championship
Iraq 2
Bahrain
0
1
L
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Yemen 1
2
1
W
Iraq 1
Syrian 2
0
0
D
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Palestine 1
2
1
W
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Lebanon 1
1
0
W
FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
Bahrain 3
Iraq 4
1
1
D
International Friendly
Uzbekistan
Iraq
0
0
D
Tunisia 1
Iraq 2
2
0
L
Iraq
Jordan
3
2
W
Iraq 1
Syrian 2
1
0
W
Iraq Fixtures
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Iraq Player
# Name Position
8
Osama Rashid Central Midfield
1
Jalal Hassan Hachim Goalkeeper
12
Mohammed Gassid Kadhim Al Jaberi Goalkeeper
20
Mohammed Hameed Goalkeeper
4
Suad Natiq Defender
5
Ali Faez Atiyah Defender
17
Alaa Ali Mhawi Defender
9
Ahmed Yasin Midfielder
11
Humam Tariq Faraj Midfielder
13
Bashar Resan Bonyan Midfielder
14
Amjed Attwan Kadhim Midfielder
16
Hussein Ali Wahid Midfielder
19
Mahdi Kamil Shiltagh Midfielder
 
Alfarttoosi Midfielder
 
Ali Abbas Mshehed Al-Hilfi Midfielder
21
Alaa Abbas Forward
 
Mohanad Abdulraheem Forward
15
Ali Hisny Faisal Secondary Striker
 
Justin Meram Left Wing
7
Safa Hadi Defensive Midfield
23
Waleed Salim Right Back
6
Ali Jamil Adnan Left Back
2
Ahmad Ibrahim Khalaf Centre Back
3
Frans Dhia Putros Centre Back
22
Rebin Sulaka Centre Back
10
Mohanad Ali Centre Forward
18
Aymen Hussein Centre Forward
 
Srecko Katanec Coach
About Iraq
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  • Name: Iraq
  • Home Stadium:
  • Established Date: 1948
  • Coach: Srecko Katanec
The Iraq national football team represents Iraq in international football. The team is known by its fans as Usood Al-Rafidain, which means Lions of Mesopotamia, and is controlled by the Iraq Football Association (IFA), which is currently a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) as well as the West Asian Football Federation (WAFF), the Union of Arab Football Associations (UAFA) and the Arab Gulf Cup Football Federation (AGCFF). Iraq are one of eight current AFC members to have won the continent's most coveted trophy, the AFC Asian Cup, having done so in 2007 when they beat Saudi Arabia 1–0 in the final. The triumph has been described as one of football's greatest fairytale victories, with the team managing to eliminate competitors with far greater preparation and resources on their way to the title, bringing joy and unity to the people of their war-torn nation. Iraq also achieved success at the Asian Games when it was a senior competition, winning the gold medal in 1982 by defeating rivals Kuwait 1–0 in the decisive match.