|21 Dec 21||Al-Gharafa  ||-|| Al-Arabi|
|26 Dec 21||Al-Arabi  ||-|| Umm-Salal SC|
|03 Jan 22||Al-Arabi  ||-|| Al-Wakrah SC|
|11 Jan 22||Al-Duhail SC  ||-|| Al-Arabi|
|17 Jan 22||Al-Sailiya SC  ||-|| Al-Arabi|
|04 Nov 21||Al-Khor SC|| ||0 - 2|| ||Al-Arabi|
|30 Oct 21||Al-Arabi|| ||2 - 1|| ||Al-Rayyan SC|
|25 Oct 21||Al-Ahli SC|| ||1 - 1|| ||Al-Arabi|
|16 Oct 21||Al-Shamal|| ||1 - 3|| ||Al-Arabi|
|01 Oct 21||Al-Arabi|| ||0 - 4|| ||Al-Sadd|
Al-Arabi Sports Club (Arabic: النادي العربي الرياضي), is a Qatari sports club based in Doha, Qatar. Founded in 1952, the most prominent team of the club is the football team which plays in the Qatar Stars League. The club's home ground is the 13,000-seat Grand Hamad Stadium, where they have played since their establishment.
Al-Arabi had their first major success in 1978, winning the Emir of Qatar Cup, and won various titles during the 1980s and 1990s. The club enjoyed their greatest period of success in those two decades, winning 17 major trophies. Domestically, Al-Arabi have won seven league titles, eight Emir of Qatar Cups, one Qatar Crown Prince Cup and six Qatar Sheikh Jassem Cups.
Al-Arabi's regular kit colours are red shirts and shorts with red socks. The club's crest has been changed several times in attempts to re-brand the club and modernise its image. The current crest, featuring a ceremonial falcon, is a modification of the one introduced in the early 1950s. They are known for having one of the largest fan bases in Qatar next to rivals Al Rayyan. In terms of championships won, they are the second most successful club on a local level after Al Sadd. Al-Arabi is known by various nicknames including "Dream Team", "The Red Devils", and "Century Club".