Al-Shabab SC (Baghdad)
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Al-Shabab Sports Club (Youth SC, Arabic: نادي الشباب الرياضي) is an Iraqi football club that is based in Baghdad. It currently plays in the Iraq Division One. Its home colours are a shirt with blue and black Inter Milan style stripes with black shorts and blue socks and its away colors are a white shirt with blue shoulders and blue on the sides with blue shorts and white socks. In 1980, they won the Stafford Challenge Cup hosted in Bangalore, India, by beating Indian Telephone Industries 4–2 in the final. They won the Stafford Cup again in 1986 and took it back to Iraq, but the cup got destroyed in the Iran–Iraq War. In 1988, they won the Arab Cities Championship under the name of Baghdad City by beating Algiers City 1–0 in the final after extra time thanks to Najih Rahim's 111th-minute goal.
|Full name||Al-Shabab Sports Club|
|League||Iraqi Premier League|