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Bahrain Football Association

It’s believed that football in Bahrain has started in 1919 at Al Hidaya Al Khalifiya School in Muharraq, which was the second capital of Bahrain. Two teams were officially founded in 1928 – Al Khalifi in Muharraq and Al Watani in Manama. These two teams have met on several occasions, while both played against other teams representing the expatriate communities in Bahrain.

As time passed by, more local teams emerged, resulting in the formation of the Bahrain national team. Their first international match was played in 1931 against Iraq in Basra. A committee, tasked at supervising domestic competitions, was later founded in 1945. At that time, local championships featured a combination of national and expatriate teams, representing local clubs, companies and establishments.

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Awards & Achivements

Awards achieved by the association

World cup

World cup 2017

World cup

World cup

World cup

Bored Members

Shaikh Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa

President of Bahrain Football Association

Shaikh Khalid bin Salman Al Khalifa

Vice President for Technical Affairs and Teams Committee Chairman

Ali Al Buainain

Vice President for Administrative & Financial Affairs

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National Stadium

Bahrain Olympic Committee

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