1992–93 Iraqi National League

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Iraqi Premier League
Season 1992–93
Champions Al-Talaba
(4th title)
Relegated Al-Sulaymaniyah
Asian Cup Winners' Cup Al-Zawraa
Top goalscorer Karim Saddam
(33 goals)

The 1992–93 Iraqi National League was the 19th season of the competition since its foundation in 1974. The league title was won by Al-Talaba for the fourth time in their history, becoming the joint-most successful team in the Premier League era at the time. The league was 69 rounds long (totalling 828 matches) in total, the most rounds in any Iraqi League season in history. As a result, the Iraq Football Association decided that no player could play more than 46 rounds. After 46 rounds, the IFA decided to remove five teams, and replace them with five new teams to play the remaining 23 games in their place, adopting the record of the team they had replaced.

Name changes[edit]

  • Al-Tayaran renamed to Al-Khutoot.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Al-Talaba (C) 69 46 18 5 130 34 +96 110
2 Al-Zawraa 69 43 17 9 134 41 +93 103 1993–94 Asian Cup Winners' Cup1
3 Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 69 43 15 11 114 47 +67 101
4 Al-Shorta 69 33 22 14 102 51 +51 88
5 Al-Jaish 69 29 29 11 83 49 +34 87
6 Al-Karkh 69 29 24 16 94 64 +30 82
7 Al-Naft 69 24 30 15 83 75 +8 78
8 Al-Sinaa 69 26 22 21 72 57 +15 74
9 Samarra 69 24 24 21 83 80 +3 72
10 Salahaddin 69 24 23 22 82 69 +13 71
11 Al-Minaa 69 21 28 20 60 70 –10 70
12 Al-Khutoot 69 23 21 25 59 62 –3 67
13 Al-Kut 69 21 24 24 84 76 +8 66
14 Al-Najaf 69 20 26 23 78 72 +6 66
15 Al-Ramadi 69 21 24 24 72 79 –7 66
16 Al-Mosul 69 20 26 23 70 91 –21 66
17 Al-Diwaniya 69 18 26 25 62 67 –5 62
18 Al-Umal2 69 16 27 26 55 82 –27 59
19 Al-Nasiriya3 69 17 25 27 61 93 –32 59
20 Diyala4 69 14 25 30 64 96 –32 53
21 Karbalaa5 69 12 23 24 37 88 –51 47
22 Erbil 69 12 21 36 67 119 –52 45
23 Kirkuk 69 7 25 37 49 115 –66 39
24 Al-Sulaymaniyah6 69 7 10 52 44 162 –118 24 Relegated to Iraq Division 1
  • 1Al-Zawraa qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup by winning the Iraq FA Cup.
  • 2Al-Umal replaced Al-Tijara after 46 games, adopting Al-Tijara's record at that point.
  • 3Al-Nasiriya replaced Al-Amana after 46 games, adopting Al-Amana's record at that point.
  • 4Diyala replaced Al-Shabab after 46 games, adopting Al-Shabab's record at that point.
  • 5Karbalaa replaced Al-Salam after 46 games, adopting Al-Salam's record at that point.
  • 6Al-Sulaymaniyah replaced Al-Dawr Al-Ahly after 46 games, adopting Al-Dawr Al-Ahly's record at that point.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Pos Scorer Goals Team
1
Karim Saddam
33
Al-Zawraa
2
Adnan Hamad
31
Samarra
3
Ahmed Radhi
25
Al-Zawraa
4
Natiq Hashim
24
Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya

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