1993–94 Iraqi National League
|1995 Asian Club Championship||Al-Zawraa|
|1995 Asian Cup Winners' Cup||Al-Talaba|
|Top goalscorer||Younis Abid Ali
The 1993–94 Iraqi National League was the 20th season of the competition since its foundation in 1974. The league title was won by Al-Zawraa for the fifth time in their history, and they also won the Iraq FA Cup to secure the double. The top scorer, Younis Abid Ali, set a record for the most goals scored in one Iraqi League season (36) which still stands today, although this season was a lot longer than most other seasons. Al-Zawraa lost only one match out of 50, going 38 games unbeaten on their way to the title. They went one game unbeaten at the start of the 1994–95 season, completing a 39-match unbeaten streak that broke the record set by Al-Shorta (31) between 1979 to 1981.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Al-Zawraa (C)||50||36||13||1||93||20||+73||85||1995 Asian Club Championship|
|3||Al-Talaba||50||30||15||5||88||40||+48||75||1995 Asian Cup Winners' Cup1|
|23||Al-Shabab||50||10||10||30||49||87||–38||30||Relegated to Iraq Division 12|
|26||Al-Khutoot||50||6||16||28||28||74||–46||28||Relegated to Iraq Division 1|
- 1Al-Talaba qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup as runners-up of the Iraq FA Cup, won by Al-Zawraa.
- 2Al-Shabab were not able to compete in the league next season so they were relegated rather than Babil.
- 3Originally, the Iraq Youth Team participated in the league. Their record was 23 games, 8 wins, 6 draws, 9 losses, 33 goals scored, 29 goals conceded, 22 points. After 23 games, they were replaced by Babil, and Babil adopted the Youth Team's record. Babil's record in the last 27 games was 1 win, 4 draws, 22 losses, 11 goals scored, 56 goals conceded, 6 points.
||Younis Abid Ali||