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26/04 Al-Zawraa - Erbil
29/04 Erbil - Al-Minaa
02/05 Al-Karkh - Erbil
09/05 Al-Naft - Erbil
13/05 Erbil - Al-Hudood

21/04 Erbil 2 - 4 Al-Shorta SC
19/04 Erbil P - P Al-Talaba
14/04 Al-Kahrabaa P - P Erbil
06/04 Erbil 0 - 1 Al-Qasim
01/04 Naft Al-Wasa 1 - 1 Erbil

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Erbil Sports Club (Arabic: نادي أربيل الرياضي‎, Kurdish: یانەی وەرزشیی هەولێر‎, romanized: Yaney Werzişîy Hewlêr) is a sports club based in the city of Erbil, Kurdistan Region that plays in the Iraqi Premier League, the first-tier of Iraqi football. The club is also known as "Yaney Hewlêr", the Kurdish name for Erbil.

For the first time in its history, Erbil became champions of the Iraqi Premier League after beating Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya (1–0) in the final game on Friday, 6 July 2007. On 24 August 2008, Erbil retained their status as Iraqi Premier League champions with a win over Baghdad based Al-Zawraa. On 16 July 2009 Erbil became the champion of Iraq's super league for the third consecutive year after beating Najaf FC. They also won the league in 2012 with only one loss.

Erbil Sport Club is the first Iraqi-Kurdish team to qualify for the Asian Champions League and the Arab Champions League. In 2012 and 2014 they reached the AFC Cup final but lost both times. Erbil SC is the first Iraqi Premier League team to get players from outside Iraq.

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Franso Hariri Stadium (Kurdish: یاریگای فرانسۆ ھەریری, Yarîgay Franso Herîrî) is a multi-purpose stadium in Erbil, Iraq. It is currently used mostly for football matches and also has facilities for athletics. The stadium has a capacity of 25,000. The stadium was built on an old airfield in 1956 and was redeveloped in 1992. The stadium was home to the old Brusk club (renamed Al-Shurta Erbil) and was named the Erbil Stadium until 2001. It was renamed the Martyr Franso Hariri Stadium in honor of the assassinated governor Franso Hariri, who supported efforts to renovate the stadium.

In July 2009 Franso Hariri Stadium became Iraq national football team's home venue after the green-light from AFC to host the Iraqi national and clubs teams in Erbil.




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