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This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (June 2010) Football is the main Sport in Iraq. The Iraqi national football team are the 2007 AFC Asian Cup Champions after defeating Saudi Arabia in the final, held in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2006 Iraq reached the football final of the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar after defeating former World Cup semifinalists South Korea and eventually finished runners up, winning silver. The football tournament of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece saw Iraq finish in 4th place, with Italy claiming bronze from a single goal. Iraq has several sports leagues, some of which are endorsed by local industry sponsors. For example, Electric Club is paid for by the Ministry of Electricity, and Al Naft is supported by the oil industry. The Iraqi Football Association (Arabic: الاتحاد العراقي لكرة القدم‎) is the governing body of football in Iraq, controlling the Iraqi national team and the Iraq Super League (also known as Dawri Al-Nokba). It was founded in 1948, and has been a member of FIFA since 1950 and the Asian Football Confederation since 1971. Contents 1 Popular Football Clubs 2 Basketball 2.1 Basketball Clubs 3 Kickboxing 4 Wrestling 5 See also 6 References 7 Sources // Popular Football Clubs Al Quwa Al Jawiya- based in Baghdad Al Zawraa- based in Baghdad Najaf FC Basketball Further Information: Iraq national basketball team In Iraq, there are at least two leagues, the Iraqi Basketball Association, the country's professional organization, runs a number of adult and youth leagues, and the Premiere League, for elite players. Basketball Clubs Armenia Club Al-cheeky fellow Club Al Shurta Club in Baghdad Peshmerga Club, a Kurdish team Kickboxing Iraq has a world-champion kickboxer in Riyadh Al-Azzawi Wrestling Iraqi professional wrestler Adnan Al-Kaissie is known as General Adnan. See also v • d • e Football in Iraq Governing bodies IFA · IKFA (regional) National Teams Iraq · Iraqi Kurdistan (regional) Home Stadiums Al-Shaab Stadium · Franso Hariri Stadium Competitions Iraqi Premier League · Iraq Division 1 · Iraq FA Cup Clubs Iraqi Clubs · Champions League · AFC Cup · Iraqi Players v • d • e Seasons in Iraq Football 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 v • d • e Sport in Asia Sovereign states Afghanistan · Armenia1 · Azerbaijan1 · Bahrain · Bangladesh · Bhutan · Brunei · Burma2 · Cambodia · People's Republic of China · Cyprus1 · East Timor3 · Egypt4 · Georgia4 · India · Indonesia · Iran · Iraq · Israel · Japan · Jordan · Kazakhstan4 · North Korea · South Korea · Kuwait · Kyrgyzstan · Laos · Lebanon · Malaysia · Maldives · Mongolia · Nepal · Oman · Pakistan · Philippines · Qatar · Russia4 · Saudi Arabia · Singapore · Sri Lanka · Syria · Tajikistan · Thailand · Turkey4 · Turkmenistan · United Arab Emirates · Uzbekistan · Vietnam · Yemen States with limited recognition Abkhazia1 · Nagorno-Karabakh · Northern Cyprus · Palestine · Republic of China5 · South Ossetia1 Dependencies, autonomies, other territories Aceh · Adjara1 · Akrotiri and Dhekelia · Altai · British Indian Ocean Territory · Buryatia · Christmas Island · Cocos (Keeling) Islands · Guangxi · Hong Kong · Inner Mongolia · Iraqi Kurdistan · Khakassia · Macau · Nakhchivan · Ningxia · Papua · Sakha Republic · Tibet · Tuva · West Papua · Xinjiang 1 Sometimes included in Europe, depending on the border definitions.  2 Officially known as Myanmar.  3 Sometimes included in Oceania, and also known as Timor-Leste.  4 Transcontinental country.  5 Commonly known as Taiwan.  References Sources [1] v • d • e  Iraq topics Society Iraqi people (Iraqi diaspora · Assyrian diaspora · Kurds · Assyrians · Chaldeans · Madan · Turkmen · Mandaeans) • Demographics • Languages (Arabic · Kurdish · Neo-Aramaic · Turkmen · Mandaic) • Religion (Islam · Christianity · Mandaeism · Judaism) • Education • Health • Sports • Music • Cuisine · Law History Ancient Iraq (Sumer · Akkad · Babylonia · Assyria · Neo-Assyrian Empire · Neo-Babylonian Empire · Achaemenid Assyria · Seleucid Empire · Parthian Empire · Sassanid Empire · Asuristan) • Islamic conquest of Iraq • Abbasid Caliphate • Ottoman Iraq • British Mandate of Mesopotamia • Kingdom of Iraq • Republic of Iraq • Saddam Hussein • Iran–Iraq War • Invasion of Kuwait  • Persian Gulf War • Sanctions • U.S. invasion of Iraq • Occupation of Iraq • Iraqi Resistance • Withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq Economy Iraqi Dinar • Stock Exchange • Central Bank • Oil reserves • Media Infrastructure Communications • Transportation • Schools • Hospitals • Roads • Reconstruction Government Constitution • Legislative branch  • Executive branch (President · Council of Ministers · Prime Minister) • Judiciary • Government since 2006 • Police · Security forces (Army · Navy · Air Force) Politics Political parties • Minority politics • Elections • Foreign relations • Human rights • Foreign aid • War conflicts • Democracy • Flag Geography Tigris • Euphrates • Fertile Crescent • Governorates • Districts • Notable Places • Syrian Desert • Zagros Mountains • Umm Qasr • Al-Faw Peninsula • Shatt al-Arab • Al-Jazira • Mesopotamian Marshes • Lake Habbaniyah • Lake Tharthar • Lake Hammar • Lake Milh Iraq Portal This Iraq-related article is a stub. 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