In memory of the greatest football player in Iraq,

Ahmed Radhi,


Arabian Gulf Cups


Asian Player of the Year


Iraq's only World Cup goal


Iraqi football championships


Goals in the national team uniform


Fans who enjoyed his athletic performance

In June 2020, Ahmed Radhi, Iraq’s greatest football player, who thrilled millions of Iraqi football fans worldwide, died of COVID-19.

In order to commemorate him, instill his legacy in the next generation, inspire young Iraqis to love sports, and impart in them the values of nationality, partnership, friendship, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, we have set up the website, which will provide a place to share, remember, and commemorate the life of Ahmed Radhi.
The website was established by Radhi fans like you and me, and includes articles, video clips, and stories in which fans talk about Radhi and what he meant to them.



Iraqi football legend Ahmad Radhi dies after battling COVID-19

The 56-year-old former forward had been hospitalised last week in Baghdad before his condition deteriorated on Sunday.

Iraqi football great Ahmed Radhi dies after contracting coronavirus

The former forward, 56, scored 62 goals in 121 appearances for his national team before retiring from international football in 1997

Iraqi football legend Radhi dies from COVID-19

Radhi, 56, scored what remains Iraq’s only World Cup finals goal in 1986 against Belgium

Former Iraqi soccer star Ahmed Radhi dies from Covid-19

A former Iraqi soccer player has died from coronavirus in Baghdad.

Iraq legend Radhi dies of coronavirus

Iraqi football legend Ahmed Radhi has passed passed away at the age of 56, reportedly due to coronavirus.



Fans talk about Radhi

Fans talk about Radhi



Do you want to take part in preserving Ahmed Radhi's glorious legacy?
You are invited to share with us your memories, stories, photos, or video clips, which symbolize for you the wonderful legacy of Iraq’s greatest football player, Ahmed Radhi.
We would also like to hear any other ideas you may have connected to the website or any other matter, and to join forces to commemorate Radhi and to instill his legacy in the next generation in Iraq.