|Full name||Baghdad FC|
|Nickname(s)||Lions of the Capital|
|Founded||July 1, 1957 as Al-Baladiyat (Municipalities)
1977 renamed to Al-Amana
August 5, 2009 renamed to Baghdad FC
|Chairman||Dr. Saber AL-Isawi|
|League||Iraqi Premier League|
|2013–14||Iraqi Premier League, 3rd|
|Website||Club home page|
On July 1, 1957 Al-Baladiyat (Arabic: البلديات literally: Municipalities) were formed by the merger of Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab (Arabic: مصلحة نقل الركاب literally: Passenger Transport Department) and Esalet Al-Mae (Arabic: إساله الماي literally: Water Liquefaction). In 1977 Al-Baladiyat renamed to Al-Amana (Arabic: الأمانة), until August 5, 2009 the team renamed again but to Baghdad FC.
Since 2011 Baghdad FC have got their own stadium. The Baghdad Stadium holds 5,000 people.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 1964-65, 1970-71 (as Maslahat Naqil Al-Rukab)
- The following players have played in the FIFA Confederations Cup whilst playing for Al-Amana :
- 2009 - Essam Yassin
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