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The Egypt national football team ( ), nicknamed The Pharaohs ( ), is the national team of Egyptmarker and is administered by the Egyptian Football Association. They are the current African Champions having won the 2008 African Nations Cup. They are also the most successful African team at Confederation level, winning the ANC six times: the inaugural African Nations Cup in Sudan 1957, and also won the tournament in the United Arab Republic 1959, Egypt 1986, Burkina Faso 1998, Egypt 2006 and Ghana 2008.

Egypt were the first African country to participate in the World Cup when they played in Italy 1934, losing to Hungary 4-2. Egypt has qualified for one World Cup since then, going out in the first round in Italy 1990. They were known as the United Arab Republic national football team when Egypt and Syria joined to form the United Arab Republic from 1958 to 1961 and then until 1970, with Egypt alone making up the UAR. They have played for the Bronze Medal in the Olympic Games twice (1928 and 1964), losing both times.

Participations & Honours

Participations

World Cups :
:*2 Participations in World Cups 1934 and 1990 (1st round )
:*6 Participations in World Youth Cups 1981 (1/4 final), 1991 (1st Round), 2001 (Bronze Medal), 2003 (2nd Round) & 2005 (1st Round) & 2009 (Host-2nd Round).
:*2 Participations in World Junior Cups 1987(10th) & 1997(Host-8th)
:*3 Participations in World Futsal Cup (Indoor) 1996 (1st round), 2000 (1/4 Final), 2004 (1st round) and 2008 (1st round)
Olympic :
:*10 Participations in Olympic Games (4th Place in 1928 & 1964) & (Quarter Finals in 1984)
:*4 times gold medal winners in the Pan Arab games (1953, 1965, 1992 and 2007)


Honours

World Cups :
:*Bronze Medalist at FIFA U-20 World Cup (2001)
African Competitions :
:*6 Times Champion of African Cup of Nations (1957, 1959, 1986, 1998, 2006, 2008)
:*3 Times Champion of African Youth Championship (1981, 1991, 2003)
:*1 Time Champion of African Under-17 Championship (1997)
:*2 Times Gold Medalist at All Africa Games (Kenya 1987 / Zimbabwe 1995)
Afro-Asian Cup of Nations :
:*1 Time Runners-Up: 1988
Arab Competitions :
:*4 Times Gold Medalist at the Pan Arab Games (1953, 1965, 1992, 2007)
:*1 Time Champion of Arab Cup of Nations (1992)
Mediterranean Games :
:*1 Time Gold Medalist
:*1 Time Silver Medalist
:*1 Time Bronze Medalist
Francophone Games :
:*1 Time Bronze Medalist


World Cup record

FIFA World Cup
Appearances: 2
Year Result Pos P W D L GS GA
1930 Did not enter - - - - - - -
1934 Round 1 13 1 0 0 1 2 4
1938 Withdrew - - - - - - -
1950 Did not enter - - - - - - -
1954 Did not qualify - - - - - - -
1958 to 1966 Withdrew - - - - - - -
1970 Did not enter - - - - - - -
1974 to 1986 Did not qualify - - - - - - -
1990 Round 1 20 3 0 2 1 1 2
1994 to 2010 Did not qualify - - - - - - -
Total 2/19 4 0 2 2 3 6


Confederations Cup record

FIFA Confederations Cup
Year Round GP W D L GS GA
1992 to 1997 Did not qualify - - - - - -
1999 Round 1 (placed 7/8) 3 0 2 1 5 9
2001 to 2005 Did not qualify - - - - - -
2009 Round 1 (placed 6/8) 3 1 0 2 4 7
Total 2/8 6 1 2 3 9 16


African Nations Cup record

African Cup of Nations
Titles: 6

Appearances: 21
Year Position Year Position Year Position
1957 Champions 1976 Fourth place 1994 Quarter-finals
1959 Champions 1978 Did not qualify 1996 Quarter-finals
1962 Runners up 1980 Fourth place 1998 Champions
1963 Third place 1982 Withdrew 2000 Quarter-finals
1965 Withdrew after qualifying 1984 Fourth place 2002 Quarter-finals
1968 Withdrew 1986 Champions 2004 Round 1
1970 Third place 1988 Round 1 2006 Champions
1972 Did not qualify 1990 Round 1 2008 Champions
1974 Third place 1992 Round 1 2010 Qualified
  • Red bordered cells are African Nations Cup held in Egypt


2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

Third Round

Group 3


Results and Fixtures

2009 Egyptian National Team Results and Fixtures.

Results

Date Location Home Team Score Away Team Occasion
23 January 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 1 - 0 Kenya Friendly
11 February 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 2 - 2 Ghana Friendly
29 March 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 1 - 1 Zambia FIFA World Cup Qualifier
30 May 2009 Muscatmarker Oman 0 - 1 Egypt Friendly
7 June 2009 Blidamarker Algeria 3 - 1 Egypt FIFA World Cup Qualifier
15 June 2009 Bloemfonteinmarker Brazil 4 - 3 Egypt 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
18 June 2009 Johannesburgmarker Egypt 1 - 0 Italy 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
21 June 2009 Rustenburgmarker Egypt 0 - 3 USA 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
5 July 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 3 - 0 Rwanda FIFA World Cup Qualifier
12 August 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 3 - 3 Guinea Friendly
5 September 2009 Kigalimarker Rwanda 0 - 1 Egypt FIFA World Cup Qualifier
2 October 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 4 - 0 Mauritius Friendly
10 October 2009 Chililabombwemarker Zambia 0 - 1 Egypt FIFA World Cup Qualifier
5 November 2009 Aswanmarker Egypt 5 - 1 Tanzania Friendly
14 November 2009 Cairomarker Egypt 2 - 0 Algeria FIFA World Cup Qualifier
18 November 2009 Umm Durmānmarker Egypt 0 - 1 Algeria FIFA World Cup Qualifier Tiebreaker


Fixtures

Date Location Home Team Score Away Team Occasion
12 January 2010 Benguelamarker Egypt - Nigeria 2010 Africa Cup of Nations
16 January 2010 Benguelamarker Mozambique - Egypt 2010 Africa Cup of Nations
20 January 2010 Benguelamarker Egypt - Benin 2010 Africa Cup of Nations


Players

Current squad

The following players were called up for the World Cup qualification tiebreaker match against Algeria on November 18, 2009 in Umm Durmānmarker.

Caps and goals as of November 18, 2009, subsequent to the World Cup qualification tiebreaker against Algeria.









Recent call-ups



Kit Supplier



Player history

Notable past players

Most capped players



Top goalscorers



List of Egypt international footballers

The capsand goalsfor Egypt, As of 12 August.

See also



References

External links



Name
DOB
Club
Caps (goals)
Recent call-ups
Goalkeepers
El-Hany Soliman El-Ittihad 0 (0) WCQ v. Zambia, October 10, 2009
Mohamed Sobhy Ismaily 0 (0) WCQ v. Rwanda, July 5, 2009
Amir Abdelhamid Al-Ahly 2 (0) Friendly v. Ghana, February 11, 2009
Defenders
Ahmed Kamal Haras El Hodood 2 (0) WCQ v. Zambia, October 10, 2009
Mahmoud Fathallah Zamalek 24 (1) WCQ v. Rwanda, August 30, 2009
Hazem Emam Zamalek 0 (0) Friendly v. Guinea, August 12, 2009
Ahmed Samir Farag Ismaily 9 (0) WCQ v. Rwanda, July 5, 2009
Osama Mohamed Petrojet 5 (0) Friendly v. Kenya, January 23, 2009
Midfielders
Shikabala Zamalek 8 (1) Friendly v. Guinea, August 12, 2009
Ahmed Khairy Ismaily 3 (0) WCQ v. Rwanda, July 5, 2009
Walid Soliman Petrojet 4 (0) Friendly v. Kenya, January 23, 2009
Ahmed Shaaban Petrojet 5 (0) Friendly v. Kenya, January 23, 2009
Islam Awad ENPPI 2 (0) Friendly v. Kenya, January 23, 2009
Strikers
"Doody" El-Gabbas Lierse 2 (0) WCQ v. Zambia, October 10, 2009
Salah Amin El Geish 1 (0) Friendly v. Mauritius, October 2, 2009
Al-Sayed Hamdy Petrojet 2 (0) WCQ v. Rwanda, September 5, 2009
Ahmed Salama Haras El Hodood 3 (1) WCQ v. Rwanda, September 5, 2009
Ihab El-Masry Al-Mokawloon al-Arab 0 (0) Friendly v. Guinea, August 12, 2009
Mohamed Abo Greisha Ismaily 6 (0) WCQ v. Rwanda, July 5, 2009
Ahmed Abdel-Ghani Haras El Hodood 5 (0) 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
Ahmed Hossam "Mido" Zamalek 48 (18) WCQ v. Zambia, March 29, 2009
Abdallah Said Ismaily 2 (0) Friendly v. Kenya, January 23, 2009

#
Name
Career
Caps
Goals
Goals per game
1
Hossam Hassan
1985–2006
169
69
0.40
2
Ahmed Hassan
1995-
164
28
0.16
3
Ibrahim Hassan
1985–2004
125
12
0.09
4
Hany Ramzy
1988–2003
124
6
0.04
5
Magdi Abdelghani
1980–1990
123
34
0.27
6
Nader El-Sayed
1992–2005
110
0
0
7
Abdel Zaher El-Saqua
1997–2007
109
4
0.037
8
Essam El-Hadary
1997-
106
0
0
9
Ismail Youssef
97
?
?
10
Wael Gomaa
2001-
87
0
0
#
Player
Career
Goals (Games)
Goals per game
1
Hossam Hassan
1985–2006
69 (169)
0.40
2
Mahmoud El Khatib
1974–1986
39 (60)
0.65
3
Magdi Abdelghani
1980–1990
34 (123)
0.27
4
Amr Zaki
2004-
29 (55)
0.50
5
Emad Moteab
2005-
28 (52)
0.51
6
Ahmed Hassan
1995-
26 (158)
0.16
7
Mohamed Aboutrika
2004-
24 (62)
0.35
8
Ahmed Hossam 'Mido'
2001-
19 (50)
0.39
9
Ahmed Belal
2002-
16 (23)
0.69

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