2010–11 Iraqi Premier League

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Iraqi Premier League
Season 2010–11
Champions Al-Zawraa
(12th title)
Relegated Al-Diwaniya
Al-Hasanain
Al-Hindiya
Al-Jaish
Diyala
Al-Mosul
Naft Al Janoob
Naft Maysan
Al-Nasiriya
Peshmerga
Al-Ramadi
Samarra
AFC Cup Al-Zawraa
Erbil
Top goalscorer Louay Salah
(17 goals)

The 2010–11 season was the 37th edition of the Iraqi Premier League. The season began on 26 November 2010, and ended on 15 August 2011. Duhok were the defending champions.

On 15 August 2011, the season's final was won by Al-Zawraa after defeating Erbil on penalties. This was their 12th title.

Group stage[edit]

North Group[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Erbil 26 17 5 4 54 21 +33 56 Qualified to the Final
Qualified to the AFC Cup
2 Al-Sinaa 26 16 7 3 31 17 +14 55 Qualified to the 3rd Place Match
3 Zakho 26 16 5 5 38 21 +17 53
4 Al-Kahraba 26 12 7 7 32 22 +10 43
5 Al-Karkh 26 10 11 5 35 27 +8 41
6 Duhok 26 12 4 10 36 28 +8 40
7 Al-Naft 26 10 9 7 25 23 +2 39
8 Al-Shorta 26 8 11 7 28 23 +5 35
9 Al-Mosul 26 8 11 7 29 29 0 35 Relegated to Iraq Division 1
10 Al-Ramadi 26 7 7 12 28 40 –12 28
11 Peshmerga 26 5 7 14 19 31 –12 22
12 Diyala 26 3 10 13 15 33 –18 19
13 Samarra 26 4 6 16 24 44 –20 18
14 Al-Jaish 26 1 6 19 12 47 –35 9

South Group[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Al-Zawraa 26 19 5 2 45 15 +30 62 Qualified to the Final
Qualified to the AFC Cup
2 Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 26 19 3 4 47 13 +34 60 Qualified to the 3rd Place Match
3 Baghdad 26 13 8 5 32 17 +15 47
4 Al-Minaa 26 12 9 5 33 21 +12 45
5 Karbalaa 26 13 6 7 23 17 +6 45
6 Al-Najaf 26 11 9 6 34 20 +14 42
7 Al-Masafi 26 12 5 9 22 28 –6 41
8 Al-Talaba 26 9 11 6 33 25 +8 38
9 Naft Al-Janoob 26 9 10 7 28 24 +4 37 Relegated to Iraq Division 1
10 Naft Maysan 26 6 7 13 20 29 –9 25
11 Al-Diwaniya 26 5 6 15 25 45 –20 21
12 Al-Nasiriya 26 3 5 18 13 38 –25 14
13 Al-Hasanain 26 3 4 19 7 39 –32 13
14 Al-Hindiya 26 2 4 20 16 47 –31 10

Championship play-off[edit]

Third place match[edit]

13 August 2011
18:00 GMT
Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 0–1 Al-Sinaa
Ayad Shaalan Goal 79'

Final[edit]

15 August 2011
18:00 GMT
Al-Zawraa 0–0 Erbil
  Penalties  
Samer Saeed Penalty scored
Mohammed Saad Penalty scored
Muayad Khalid Penalty scored
Sajjad Hussein Penalty scored
Haidar Sabah Penalty scored
5–4 Penalty scored Mahdi Karim
Penalty scored Ous Ibrahim
Penalty missed Nabeel Sabah
Penalty scored Haidar Qaramun
Penalty scored Younis Shakor


Champions
Al-Zawraa
12th Title

Final positions[edit]

Pos Team Pld Pts Eff Qualification
1 Al-Zawraa 27 63 77.8% 2012 AFC Cup
2 Erbil 27 57 70.4% 2012 AFC Cup
3 Al-Sinaa 27 58 71.6%
4 Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 27 60 74.1%
Eliminated in the Group Stage
5 Zakho 26 53 67.7%
6 Baghdad 26 47 60.3%
7 Al-Minaa 26 45 57.7%
8 Al-Kahraba 26 43 55.1%
9 Karbalaa 26 45 57.7%
10 Al-Karkh 26 41 52.6%
11 Al-Najaf 26 42 53.8%
12 Duhok 26 40 51.3%
13 Al-Masafi 26 41 42.6%
14 Al-Naft 26 39 50.0%
15 Al-Talaba 26 38 48.7%
16 Al-Shorta 26 35 44.9%
Relegated
17 Naft Al-Janoob 26 37 47.4%
18 Al-Mosul 26 35 44.9%
19 Al-Ramadi 26 28 35.9%
20 Naft Maysan 26 25 32.1%
21 Peshmerga 26 22 28.2%
22 Al-Diwaniya 26 21 26.9%
23 Diyala 26 19 24.4%
24 Al-Nasiriya 26 14 17.9%
25 Samarra 26 18 23.1%
26 Al-Hasanain 26 13 16.7%
27 Al-Hindiya 26 10 12.8%
28 Al-Jaish 26 9 11.5%

Season statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Iraq Luay Salah Erbil 17
2 Iraq Amjad Radhi Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 13
3 Iraq Mahdi Karim Erbil 12
Iraq Hammadi Ahmad Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 12
Iraq Hussam Ibrahim Al-Minaa 12
4 Iraq Ali Jawad Naft Al-Janoob 11
5 Iraq Hussein Karim Al-Najaf 10
Iraq Amjad Kalaf Al-Shorta 10

Best Player[edit]

Muthana Khalid of Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya was chosen as the Player of the Season. Mohammed Saad of Al-Zawraa came in second place and Mahdi Karim of Erbil came in third.

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