Tanzania national football team ( Swahili: ) represents Timu ya soka ya taifa ya Tanzania Tanzania in association football and is controlled by the Tanzania Football Federation, the governing body for football in Tanzania. Tanzania's home ground is Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar-es-Salaam and their head coach is Kim Poulsen. Tanzania has never qualified for the World Cup finals. Before uniting with Zanzibar, the team played as the Tanganyika national football team.
The island of
Zanzibar, part of Tanzania (and once an independent nation), is also an associate member of CAF and has played matches with other nations, but is not eligible to enter the World Cup or Africa Cup of Nations. See . Zanzibar national football team
History [ edit ]
Recently Tanzania has invested more money in the team in hope of improvement. Tanzania has beaten Burkina Faso twice in the African Nations cup qualifiers, beat Cameroon 1-0 in a friendly match. The most recent result was a 3–1 win against Morocco in World Cup Qualify in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Honours [ edit ]
CECAFA Cup :
Competition records [ edit ]
World Cup record [ edit ]
Africa Cup of Nations record [ edit ]
1986 – Withdrew during qualifying
1988 to 1992 – Did not qualify
1994 – Withdrew during qualifying
1996 to 2002 – Did not qualify
2004 – Withdrew during qualifying
2006 to 2013 – Did not qualify
Current squad [ edit ]
The following squad has been selected for the
2013 CECAFA Cup.
Cap and goals updated as 13 December 2013.
Recent call-ups [ edit ]
Coaches [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]