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Karbala'a Football Club is an Iraqi football club based in Karbala that plays in the Iraq Division One, the second-tier of Iraqi football.

Karbala FC
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Full nameKarbala'a Sport Club
Founded1958; 61 years ago (1958)
GroundKarbala Sports City
Capacity30,000
ManagerFadhel Abdul Hussein
LeagueIraq Division One
2018–19Iraq Division One, 10th

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Rememberence GameEdit

On June 23, 2013 after a match against Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya, two football players of Karbala FC scored hattricks in the same game. They used tactics and pure strength against the coach and his players. Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya were left in shock after these sudden goals, After the match when they were interviewed; they told reporters all the goals were in remembrance of Mohammed Al-Saglawee; the coach of Karbala FC that died in hospital on June 7th.

StadiumEdit

Karbala International Stadium is a purpose built football stadium being constructed in Karbala, Iraq. It was opened in 2016 in which it has the capacity to hold 30,000 people and become the new home of the Club.

Current squadEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Zuhair Fadhel
2   DF Haider Faeq
3   DF Haider Abdul Zahra
4   DF Mohammed Ebadi
5   DF Jassem Mohammed
6   MF Sabah Karim
7   MF Amer Saheb
8   FW Mustafa Mahmood
9   MF Mohaimen Saleem Mallakh
10   FW Jabbar Karim
11   FW Maithem Hamza
12   DF Yahya Fadhel
13   MF Taif Emad
14   DF Aqeel Qasem
17   MF Karrar Saleh (Captain)
No. Position Player
18   MF Ali Kadhem
19   GK Mahan Naghyaee
20   GK Haidar Qasem
22   GK Ali Taleb
26   MF Felipe Alves
27   DF Murtadha Shendi
28   DF Ammori Edan
29   MF Idrees Hazem
30   MF Saif Fares
31   MF Maher Ghanem
32   MF Uday Umran
33   MF Mushtaq Ibrahim
34   MF Ghassan Khaled
35   MF Karrar Abbas
36   FW Alaa Mohaysen

HonoursEdit

Winners (1): 2002–03 (shared)

Honourable Former PlayersEdit

  1. Mohammed Dawood Yaseen
  2. Safa Jabbar
  3. Mohamed Baker Alduraji [Youth Loan]
  4. Abbas Rehema
  5. Salih Jaber
  6. Jassim Mohammed Haji [Loan]
  7. Isaac Chansa [Loan]
  8. Hussein Abdul-Wahid Khalaf [Youth]

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