|11 Dec||Al-Kahrabaa ||-|| Al-Ittihad SC|
|16 Dec||Al-Kahrabaa ||-|| Al-Zawraa|
|19 Dec||Al-Qasim ||-|| Al-Kahrabaa|
|22 Dec||Al-Kahrabaa ||-|| Naft Maysan|
|29 Dec||Zakho ||-|| Al-Kahrabaa|
|07 Dec||Newroz|| ||1 - 1|| ||Al-Kahrabaa|
|04 Dec||Al-Kahrabaa|| ||2 - 2|| ||Al-Karkh|
|28 Nov||Kuwait SC|| ||0 - 1|| ||Al-Kahrabaa|
|24 Nov||Al-Talaba|| ||2 - 0|| ||Al-Kahrabaa|
|11 Nov||Al-Kahrabaa|| ||2 - 2|| ||Al-Naft|
Al-Kahrabaa Football Club (Arabic: نادي الكهرباء الرياضي, lit. 'Electric Club or Electricity Club') is an Iraqi professional football club based in the Rusafa District, East Districts of the Tigris River, Baghdad that plays in Iraqi Premier League.
Al-Kahrabaa Sport Club was founded on 21 July 2001 by the Ministry of Electricity. They were promoted to the Iraqi Premier League for the first time for the 2004–05 season where they remained until they got relegated to the Iraq Division One in 2013. They were promoted back to the Premier League at the first attempt under coach Shaker Mahmoud, where they have remained since. During the 2017–18 season, Al-Kahrabaa finished fifth, their best season in history.
Al-Kahrabaa reached the final of the 2018–19 Iraq FA Cup for the first time in their history after beating Al-Talaba 3-0 in the semi-finals, but lost the final against Iraqi giants Al-Zawraa 1-0 at the national Al-Shaab Stadium.