Kuwait League

Kuwait League



DateRHome vs Away-
03/01 15:15 17 Al Shabab Club vs Khaitan View
03/02 13:55 17 Al Naser SC vs Al Jahra View
03/02 16:35 17 Al Salmiyah SC vs Al Qadsia SC View
03/03 13:55 17 Kazma SC vs Al Fahaheel SC View
03/03 16:35 17 Al Kuwait SC vs Al Arabi SC View
03/06 15:15 18 Al Jahra vs Khaitan View
03/07 14:00 18 Al Fahaheel SC vs Al Salmiyah SC View
03/07 16:40 18 Al Qadsia SC vs Al Shabab Club View
03/08 14:00 18 Al Naser SC vs Al Kuwait SC View
03/08 16:40 18 Kazma SC vs Al Arabi SC View


Date R Home vs Away -
02/18 16:30 16 [3] Al Qadsia SC vs Kazma SC [7] 0-0
02/18 13:50 16 [7] Al Fahaheel SC vs Al Kuwait SC [2] 1-1
02/17 16:30 16 [9] Khaitan vs Al Salmiyah SC [4] 0-0
02/17 13:45 16 [1] Al Arabi SC vs Al Naser SC [5] 6-3
02/16 15:05 16 [10] Al Jahra vs Al Shabab SC [8] 5-0
02/13 16:25 15 [2] Al Kuwait SC vs Al Qadsia SC [3] 1-0
02/13 13:45 15 [7] Kazma SC vs Khaitan [9] 0-0
02/12 16:25 15 [1] Al Arabi SC vs Al Jahra [10] 6-0
02/12 13:45 15 [5] Al Salmiyah SC vs Al Shabab SC [8] 1-0
02/11 15:00 15 [4] Al Naser SC vs Al Fahaheel SC [7] 1-2
01/09 14:35 14 [10] Al Jahra vs Al Salmiyah SC [6] 1-2
01/08 17:00 14 [7] Al Fahaheel SC vs Al Arabi SC [3] 1-2

Wikipedia - Kuwait Premier League

The Kuwait Premier League (Arabic: الدوري الكويتي, romanized: Dawriyy al-Kuwaytī), known as Zain Premier League due to sponsorship reasons, is the top division of the Kuwait football pyramid system. Formed in 1961, Kuwait SC hold the best record in the competition, having won 18 times.


The Kuwaiti Premier League officially began in the 1961/62 season, after playing unofficially for eight years (played with group of clubs: "Ahli - Al Jazeera - Arabism - Gulf - Solidarity - Al-Qubali, Al-Nahda, Al-Sharqai, Al-Merqab, Al-Mawalim and Al-Taawon). National companies and ministries were club's first sponsors.


In the 1961/1962 season, several new clubs joined (Al-Arabi, Qadsia, Kuwait SC, Kifan High School, Shuwaikh Secondary School, Industrial College and Police Team). Al-Arabi won the league title without losing, and winning 7 points ahead of Qadsia, scoring 42 goals and conceding 10.

In the following season, the number of teams was reduced to 7. Al-Arabi managed to win the second title in a row after winning 18 points ahead of Qadsia, scoring 45 goals and conceding 6.

The third season of the league almost witnessed the end of Arabi monopoly, after fierce competition from Qadsia and other teams. Arabi and Qadsia were equal on points before the decisive match. Arabi managed to maintain the title after defeating Qadsia 2-0, scoring overall 42 goals and conceding nine.

In the fourth season, school teams were removed from participating and league saw participation of 3 new clubs (Salmiya, Fahaheel and Al-Shabab). The Kuwait Club managed to end the Arabi monopoly to achieve its first title, after winning the competition without any defeat.

The 1960s witnessed a sweep of the Arabi club when it won six titles against two titles for Kuwait and a title for Qadsia.


The 1970 era began with Qadsia's winning the 1971/1970 season, for the second time in its history. Al-Arabi lost its championship in a strange way during ten years. They did not win any title during this period until the end of the 1979/1980 season.


The eighties witnessed three new league champions, namely Al-Salmiya who won its first title in the 1980/81 season, and Kazma club which won the titles of 1985/86 and 1986/87, as well as Jahra club, which ended the 1980s by winning the title.


The league championship was not held in the 1990–91 season because of Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Competition began again in the 1991–92 season, which was held as group system with qualification. Old format returned with participation of 14 teams in the 1994–95 season. Era of the nineties witnessed a parity between clubs, where both Al-Arabi and Al-Salmiya won 3 titles, and Qadsia and Kazma two.


At the beginning of a new millennium, Kuwait SC achieved the league championship after a long absence of 22 years, followed by victory of Al-Arabi for the sixteenth time in its history in the 2001–02 season. Since then until 2020–21 season, Qadsia has won nine titles while Kuwait Club won five. Al-Arabi was able to break their dominance and win the mentioned season title.

The Kuwait League is a highly anticipated and prestigious soccer tournament held annually in Kuwait. It is the premier professional soccer league in the country, showcasing the best talent and teams from across Kuwait.

The tournament features a thrilling and competitive format, with multiple teams vying for the coveted championship title. The league consists of several rounds of intense matches, where teams battle it out on the field, displaying their skills, tactics, and teamwork.

The Kuwait League attracts a large and passionate fan base, with supporters from all walks of life coming together to cheer for their favorite teams. The stadiums are filled with electric energy as fans create an atmosphere of excitement and anticipation, making it an unforgettable experience for both players and spectators.

The tournament not only provides thrilling soccer action but also serves as a platform for young talents to showcase their skills and catch the attention of national and international scouts. Many players who have participated in the Kuwait League have gone on to represent the national team or secure contracts with renowned clubs abroad.

The Kuwait League is known for its high level of competitiveness, with teams constantly pushing their limits to secure victory. The matches are characterized by fast-paced gameplay, strategic maneuvers, and breathtaking goals, keeping fans on the edge of their seats throughout the tournament.

In addition to the on-field action, the Kuwait League also promotes sportsmanship, fair play, and community engagement. It serves as a unifying force, bringing people together from different backgrounds and fostering a sense of national pride.

Overall, the Kuwait League is a thrilling and prestigious soccer tournament that showcases the best of Kuwaiti soccer talent. It is a celebration of the sport, uniting fans, players, and communities in their love for the game.