Afghanistan national football team results

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The followings are the Afghanistan national football team results in international matches. Official FIFA matches are highlighted.

1940s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
01-Jan-41  Iran W 1–0 Tehran, Iran Friendly
??-Aug-41  India L 1–3 Kabul, Afghanistan Afghanistan Independence
25-Aug-41  Iran D 0–0 Kabul, Afghanistan Afghanistan Independence
[1] ??-??-48  India L 0-1 ?, India Friendly
03-Jun-48  India L 0–4 Bombay, India Friendly
??-Jul-48  Egypt ? ?-? ?, England Friendly
1 26-Jul-48  Luxembourg L 0–6 Brighton, England 1948 Summer Olympics
??-Aug-49  India ? ?–? Kabul, Afghanistan Afghanistan Independence

1950s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
2 26-Oct-50  Iran L 0–4 Tehran, Iran Friendly
[2] ??-Mar-51  Indonesia D ?-? New Delhi, India Friendly
3 07-Mar-51  India L 0–3 New Delhi, India 1951 Asian Games
4 09-Mar-51  Japan L 0–2 New Delhi, India 1951 Asian Games
5 04-May-54  South Korea L 2-8 Manila, Philippines 1954 Asian Games
6 06-May-54  Hong Kong L 2-4 Manila, Philippines 1954 Asian Games
13-Dec-59  India L 2-5 Kabul, Afghanistan 1960 Olympics Qualification

1960s[edit]

No known international matches for this decade!

1970s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
08-Aug-74 China China U20 L 1–4 Beijing, China Friendly
7 02-Apr-75  Saudi Arabia L 0–2 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
8 04-Apr-75  Iraq L 0–4 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
9 06-Apr-75  Qatar L 1–2 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
10 10-Apr-75  Saudi Arabia L 0–6 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 12-Apr-75  Qatar D 1–1 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
12 14-Apr-75  Iraq L 1–3 Baghdad, Iraq 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
13 19-Jul-76  Pakistan W 1–0 Kabul, Afghanistan Jashan Tournament
14 24-Jul-76  India D 1–1 Kabul, Afghanistan Jashan Tournament
15 12-Oct-76  Pakistan L 0–1 Karachi, Pakistan Quaid Azam Tournament
24-Jul-77  India L 0–3 Kabul, Afghanistan Jashan Tournament
16 11-Jan-79  Qatar L 0-3 Dhaka, Bangladesh 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
17 12-Jan-79  Bangladesh D 2-2 Dhaka, Bangladesh 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
18 15-Jan-79  Qatar L 1-2 Dhaka, Bangladesh 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
19 16-Jan-79  Bangladesh L 1-4 Dhaka, Bangladesh 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification

1980s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
06-Mar-81 Soviet Union Soviet Union U21 L 0–2 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
??-Mar-81 Poland Poland U21 L 1–5 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
09-Mar-81 Finland Finland U21 L 0–2 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
13-Mar-81 East Germany East Germany U21 D 1–1 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
??-Sep-84 Soviet Union Soviet Union U21 ? ?–? Kabul, Afghanistan Friendly
20 10-Sep-84  Qatar L 0–8 Guangzhou, China 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
21 12-Sep-84  China PR L 0–6 Guangzhou, China 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
22 15-Sep-84  Hong Kong D 0–0 Guangzhou, China 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
23 20-Sep-84  Jordan L 1–6 Guangzhou, China 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification

1990s[edit]

No known international matches for this decade!

2000s[edit]

To be completed

2010s[edit]

To be completed

Detailed Results[edit]

2010 Fifa World Cup Qualification[edit]

8 October 2007
21:00 UTC+3
Syria  3 – 0  Afghanistan
Al Zeno Goal 73'87' (pen.)
Al Sayed Goal 81' (pen.)
Report

26 October 2007
13:00 UTC+5
Afghanistan  1 – 2  Syria
Karimi Goal 16' Report Jenyat Goal 17'
Issmael Goal 64'

Syria won 5 – 1 on aggregate and advanced to the Second Round.


2008 AFC Challenge Cup qualification[edit]

2008-05-05
17:30 UTC+6
Bangladesh  0 – 0  Afghanistan
Report

2008-05-07
17:30 UTC+6
Afghanistan  1 – 0  Kyrgyzstan
Yamrali Goal 38' Report
Spartak Stadium, Bishkek
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Rosdi Shaharul (Malaysia)

2008 SAFF Championship[edit]

June 8, 2008
12:00
Afghanistan  1 – 3  Bhutan
H.A. Habib Goal 88' Report Yeshey Dorji Goal 13'
Gyeltshen Goal 31', Goal 80'

2008 AFC Challenge Cup[edit]

30 July 2008
18:30
India  1 – 0  Afghanistan
Lawrence Goal 90+2' Report

1 August 2008
18:30
Afghanistan  0 – 5  Turkmenistan
Report Öwekow Goal 1'41'77'80'
Krendelev Goal 23'

3 August 2008
18:30
Afghanistan  0 – 4  Tajikistan
Report Rabiev Goal 14'44'56'
Tukhtasunov Goal 39'

2008 Merdeka Tournament[edit]

17 October 2008
18:30
Afghanistan  2 – 2    Nepal
Barakzai Goal 62'
Sayed Bashir Azimi Goal 86'
Report A Gurung Goal 63'
B Gurung Goal 72'

19 October 2008
18:30
Afghanistan  1–6 Sierra Leone Sierra Leone U-20
Hafizullah Qadami Goal 47' Report Turay Goal 20'
Amara Kamara Goal 51'
Kabia Goal 60'
Foray Goal 76' Goal 86'
Sulaiman Kamara Goal 88'

20 October 2008
20:45
Malaysia  6–0  Afghanistan
Ashaari Goal 21' Goal 64'
Nizaruddin Goal 41'
Zaquan Adha Goal 44'
Safee Goal 85'
Hairuddin Goal 87'
Report

2009 SAFF Championship[edit]

December 5, 2009
18.00 (UTC+6)
India (1) 1 – 0  Afghanistan
Lalpekhlua Goal 86' Report

December 7, 2009
16.00 (UTC+6)
Maldives  2 – 1  Afghanistan
Thoriq Goal 52'
Ashfaq Goal 69' , Goal 89',
Report Barakzai Goal 30'

December 9, 2009
16.00 (UTC+6)
Afghanistan  0 – 3    Nepal
Report Anil Gurung Goal 55', Goal 73'
Bijay Gurung Goal 56'

Friendly vs Tajikistan[edit]

17 November 2010
18.30 (UTC+5)
Tajikistan  0 – 3 Afghanistan 
Report Unknown

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification Play Off[edit]

23 March 2011
15:00 UTC+5:30
Bhutan  0 – 3  Afghanistan
Report Walizada Goal 2'36'80'

25 March 2011
15:00 UTC+5:30
Afghanistan  2 – 0  Bhutan
Nadeem Goal 61'
Kohistani Goal 65'
Report
Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Gurgaon
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Hedayat Mombini (Iran)

Afghanistan win 5–0 on aggregate


2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification[edit]

7 April 2011
15:30
Afghanistan  0 – 1    Nepal
Report Khawas Goal 27'
Dasarath Stadium, Kathmandu
Attendance: 9,100
Referee: Yaqoob Abdul Baki (Oman)

9 April 2011
15:30
Sri Lanka  0 – 1  Afghanistan
Report Hadid Goal 82'
Halchowk Stadium, Kathmandu
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Ali Sabbah Adday (Iraq)

11 April 2011
15:30
North Korea  2 – 0  Afghanistan
Choe Kum-Chol Goal 45+1'
Ri Chol-Myong Goal 68'
Report
Halchowk Stadium, Kathmandu
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Yaqoob Abdul Baki (Oman)

2014 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

29 June 2011
16:00 UTC+5
Afghanistan  0 – 2  Palestine
Report Alyan Goal 28'
Amour Goal 89'

3 July 2011
17:00 UTC+3
Palestine  1 – 1  Afghanistan
Wadi Goal 11' Report Arezou Goal 63'

Palestine won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the Second Round against Thailand.


2011 South Asian Football Federation Cup[edit]




References[edit]

  1. ^ Due to the unstable situation in Afghanistan, the first leg was played in Tajikistan.[4]