Arameans Suryoye football team

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Arameans Suryoye
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Arameans Suryoye Football Association
Confederation ConIFA
First colours
First international
Aramean-Syriac people Arameans Suryoye 1 – 0 Sápmi 
(Gällivare, Sweden, 9 July 2008)
Biggest win
Aramean-Syriac people Arameans Suryoye 5 – 0 Provence 
(Malmberget, Sweden 10 July 2008)
Biggest defeat
Aramean-Syriac people Arameans Suryoye 1 – 4 Padania 
(Malmberget, Sweden, 12 July 2008)
VIVA World Cup
Appearances 1 (First in 2008)
Best result 2nd, 2008

The Arameans Suryoye national football team is the representative football team for Syriacs (Arameans) worldwide. They are not affiliated with FIFA or Asian Football Confederation, and therefore cannot compete for the FIFA World Cup or Asian Cup. The team played in the 2008 VIVA World Cup reaching the final which they lost 2–0 to Padania.

Selected internationals[edit]

Date Venue Opponent Score
13-07-2008 2008 VIVA World CupSápmi  Arameans Suryoye  Padania 0–2
12-07-2008 2008 VIVA World CupSápmi  Arameans Suryoye  Padania 1–4
11-07-2008 2008 VIVA World CupSápmi  Arameans Suryoye  Iraqi Kurdistan 0–0
10-07-2008 2008 VIVA World CupSápmi  Arameans Suryoye  Provence 5–0
09-07-2008 2008 VIVA World CupSápmi  Arameans Suryoye  Sápmi 1–0

Viva World Cup record[edit]

Year Position GP W D L GS GA
Sápmi (area) 2008 2nd 5 3 0 2 7 6
Total Best: 2nd 5 3 0 2 7 6

Current squad[edit]

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Gabriel Sleyman 7 January 1989 - Sweden Syrianska Botkyrka IF
22 1GK Uday Sleyman 14 February 1986 - Sweden Syrianska Botkyrka IF
20 2DF Aram El Khoury 19 July 1969 - Sweden Eriksberg BK
21 2DF Tobias Gundus 23 January 1986 - Sweden Enhörna IF
3 2DF Basel Gorgis 1 January 1985 - Sweden Syrianska IF Kerburan
4 2DF Daniel De Lejon 15 January 1980 - Sweden Bethnahrin IF
5 2DF Johan Boyacı 23 January 1978 - Sweden Gröndals IK
6 2DF Jakob Çiçek 13 January 1982 - Sweden Örebro Syrianska IF
2 3MF Josef Haddad 30 April 1986 - Sweden Linköpings FF
7 3MF Daniel Kaya 31 March 1987 - Sweden Örebro Syrianska IF
8 3MF Aday Kaplan 27 January 1981 - Sweden Assyriska FF
13 3MF David Ayaz 4 May 1988 - Sweden Syrianska Norrköping
15 3MF Alex Alan 18 October 1985 - Sweden Enköpings SK
17 3MF Elias Kacho 20 July 1983 - Sweden Syrianska Linköping
16 4FW Daniel Sleyman 5 March 1990 - Sweden Syrianska Botkyrka IF
9 4FW Ümit Altınkaynak 13 January 1987 - Sweden Huddinge IF
11 4FW Tuncay Yüksel 8 September 1982 - Sweden Linköpings FF
12 4FW Menhal Muqdisi 25 September 1982 - Sweden Syrianska IF Kerburan
18 4FW Michel Kassyoussef 29 February 1984 - Sweden Smedby AIS

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