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The Equatorial Guinea national football team, nicknamed Nzalang Nacional, is the national team of Equatorial Guineamarker and is controlled by the Federación Ecuatoguineana de Fútbol. It is a member of CAF. Though Equatorial Guinea has traditionally been one of the poorest ranked teams Africa, the recent influx of Spanish players having Equatoguinean heritage has strengthened the national team and resulted in some solid performances.

Equatorial Guinea Football Achievements



World Cup record



African Nations Cup record

African Cup of Nations
Titles: 0
Appearances: 0
Year Position Year Position Year Position
1957 Did not enter 1978 Did not enter 1998 Did not enter
1959 Did not enter 1980 Did not enter 2000 Did not enter
1962 Did not enter 1982 Did not enter 2002 Did not qualify
1963 Did not enter 1984 Did not enter 2004 Did not qualify
1965 Did not enter 1986 Did not enter 2006 Did not qualify
1968 Did not enter 1988 Withdrew 2008 Did not qualify
1970 Did not enter 1990 Did not qualify 2010 Did not qualify
1972 Did not enter 1992 Did not enter 2012 Qualified
1974 Did not enter 1994 Did not enter 2014
1976 Did not enter 1996 Withdrew 2016


For 2012, see 2012 African Cup of Nations qualification

For 2014, see 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification

Current squad

The confirmed players that were called for a friendly match against Estonia on June 6 2009.







Recent call-ups

The following players have been called up for the team in 2008.



Results and Fixtures

Recent results

Name
DOB (Age)
Club
Caps (goals)
Most Recent Call up
Goalkeepers
Danilo Free agent 18 (0) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Silvestre Ekolo San Pedro Claver vs Cameroon, June 18, 2008 (CEMAC Cup).
Defenders
Birama Diop Peñarroya vs South Africa, October 11 2008 (WCQ).
Edmon Rim The Panters 2 (0) vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Jesús Esono vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Juan Mbo Atlético Malabo vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Manuel Sima Akonangui vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Ronan Citizen 16 (1) vs Sierra Leone, September 8 2008 (WCQ).
Silvestre Mesaka Akonangui vs Sierra Leone, September 8 2008 (WCQ).
Valéry Tenfa Akonangui vs Côte d'Ivoire, February 15 2009 (F).
Midfielders
Carlos Mengue 1 (0) vs South Africa, October 11 2008 (WCQ).
Francisco Mbome Minnesota Twinstars 8 (0) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Javier Balboa Benfica vs Nigeria, June 21 2008 (WCQ).
Juvenal Edjogo Sabadell vs Liberia, February 11 2009 (F).
Lino Makuba vs Nigeria, June 21 2008 (WCQ).
Oscar Amoabeng (Unattached) 2 (0) vs South Africa, October 11 2008 (WCQ).
Oscar Ferreira Atlético Ranchos 0 (0) vs Sierra Leone, September 8 2008 (WCQ).
Papú Akonangui vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Strikers
André Neles Free agent 2 (1) vs South Africa, June 7 2008 (WCQ).
Anselmo Alcoyano 3 (0) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Boboho Deportivo Mongomo 2 (1) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Daniel Ekedo Akonangui 1 (0) vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Ibrahima Touré 3 (0) vs Nigeria, June 21 2008 (WCQ).
Juan Epitié (unattached) vs Nigeria, June 21 2008 (WCQ).
Juan Mbela Saint-Priest 3 (0) vs Côte d'Ivoire, February 15 2009 (F).
Unknown position
Abdulahi Diegne vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Carlos Nvomo vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Denis Ndong vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Helguera 1 (0) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Jeo Ondo vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Marcos Abaga vs Mali, April 25, 2009 (F).
Mili 1 (0) vs Cape Verde, March 28 2009 (F).
Date
Competition
Venue
Home Team
Result
Away Team
Scorers
June 6, 2009
Friendly
A.marker Le Coq Arenamarker, Tallinnmarker
3 – 0
April 25, 2009
Friendly
Stade Modibo Kéïtamarker, Bamakomarker
3 – 0
March 28, 2009
Friendly
Estádio Marcelo Leitão, Espargosmarker
5 – 0
February 15, 2009
Friendly
Stade Robert Champrouxmarker, Abidjanmarker
2 – 0
February 11, 2009
Friendly
Estadio La Libertadmarker, Batamarker
1 – 0
Boboho
October 11, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
Nuevo Estadio de Malabomarker, Malabomarker
0 – 1
September 6, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
National Stadiummarker, Freetownmarker
2 – 1
Bodipo
June 21, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
Abuja Stadiummarker, Abujamarker
2 – 0
June 15, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
Nuevo Estadio de Malabomarker, Malabomarker
0 – 1



June 7, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
Atteridgeville Super Stadiummarker, Pretoriamarker
4 – 1
Juvenal
June 1, 2008
FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying
Nuevo Estadio de Malabomarker, Malabomarker
2 – 0
Ronan Epitié

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