|28 Sep 23||Manama Club ||-|| Al Hala|
|07 Oct 23||East Riffa ||-|| Manama Club|
|19 Oct 23||Manama Club ||-|| Sitra|
|28 Oct 23||Khalidiya ||-|| Manama Club|
|10 Nov 23||Manama Club ||-|| Al-Ahli SC|
|22 Sep 23||Manama Club|| ||2 - 0|| ||Al-Shabab Club|
|14 May 23||Manama Club|| ||1 - 1|| ||Al-Ahli SC|
|14 May 23||Al-Ahli SC|| ||1 - 1|| ||Manama Club|
|04 May 23||East Riffa|| ||1 - 1|| ||Manama Club|
|25 Apr 23||Al-Muharraq SC|| ||1 - 1|| ||Manama Club|
Manama Club (Arabic: المنامة) is a football club based in Manama, Bahrain, founded in 1946.
Manama Club, formally known as Al Taj, is a well-known basketball club in the Gulf as well as Asia. They have two Gulf Championships, and were the first-ever Bahraini club and second-ever Gulf club to come in third place in the 2000 ABC Champions Cup. Manama Club has won over 45 titles in domestic competitions. The club is not as successful in football, however they won their first two titles, the Bahraini King's Cup and Bahraini Super Cup, in 2017.