1989–90 Iraqi National League

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Iraqi Premier League
Season 1989–90
Champions Al-Tayaran
2nd Premier League title
7th Iraqi title
Asian Club Championship Al-Rasheed
Arab Club Champions Cup Al-Zawraa
Top goalscorer Majid Abdul-Ridha
Karim Saddam
(13 goals each)

The 1989–90 Iraqi National League was the 16th season of the competition since its foundation in 1974. Al-Tayaran (now known as Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya) achieved a long-awaited second league title of the Premier League era and seventh in total, their first since the 1974–75 season.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Al-Tayaran (C) 26 17 8 1 41 8 +33 42
2 Al-Rasheed 26 14 10 2 44 16 +28 38 1990–91 Asian Club Championship 1
Club dissolved; replaced by Al-Karkh
3 Al-Shorta 26 15 6 5 31 13 +18 36
4 Al-Zawraa 26 12 10 4 32 17 +15 34 1990 Arab Club Champions Cup 2
5 Al-Naft 26 12 9 5 24 16 +8 33
6 Al-Talaba 26 12 7 7 32 19 +13 31
7 Al-Jaish 26 9 10 7 22 23 –1 28
8 Al-Najaf 26 8 8 10 29 31 –2 24
9 Al-Sinaa 26 6 9 11 23 30 –7 21
10 Al-Shabab 26 5 9 12 28 39 –11 19
11 Al-Bahri 26 5 9 12 18 35 –17 19
12 Al-Sulaikh 26 4 9 13 18 34 –16 17
13 Samarra 26 4 6 16 16 38 –22 14
14 Erbil 26 2 4 20 11 50 –39 8
  • 1 For reasons unclear, the Iraq Football Association decided to admit runners-up Al-Rasheed into the Asian Club Championship, rather than league champions Al-Tayaran.
  • 2 Al-Zawraa qualified for the Arab Club Champions Cup by winning the Iraq FA Cup.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Pos Scorer Goals Team
1
Majid Abdul-Ridha
13
Al-Shabab
Karim Saddam Al-Zawraa
3
Natiq Hashim
12
Al-Tayaran
4
Hussein Saeed
10
Al-Talaba

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