Afghanistan national football team results

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The following are the Afghanistan national football team results in international matches. Official FIFA matches are highlighted for matches prior to the 2000s.

1940s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
1 25-Aug-41  Iran D 0–0 Kabul, Afghanistan Friendly
2 26-Jul-48  Luxembourg L 6–0 Brighton, England 1948 Summer Olympics

1950s[edit]

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
3 26-Oct-50  Iran L 0–4 Tehran, Iran Friendly
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
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]

2003 SAFF Gold Cup[edit]

Sri Lanka 1–0 Afghanistan
Steinwall Goal 41'
 Afghanistan0–4India 
Biswas Goal 30' Goal 63'
D'Cunha Goal 77' Goal 86'
 Afghanistan0–1Pakistan 
Rasool Goal 9'

2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification[edit]

Kyrgyzstan 1–2 Afghanistan
Zhumagulov Goal 63' Tahir Shah Goal 25'
Farid Azami Goal 76'
Afghanistan 0–4   Nepal
Nirajan Rayamajhi Goal 35'
Hari Khadka Goal 39', Goal 87'
Dipak Lama Goal 90'

2006 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

Turkmenistan 11–0 Afghanistan
Öwekow Goal 6'35'
Kulyýew Goal 8'22'81'
Baýramow Goal 27'
Berdiýew Goal 42'
Agabaýew Goal 49'65'67'
Urazow Goal 90'
Afghanistan 0–2 Turkmenistan
Kulyýew Goal 85'91'
Attendance: 6,000

Turkmenistan won 13–0 on aggregate and advanced to the Second Round.


2005 Tajikistan Friendship Cup[edit]


2005 SAFF Gold Cup[edit]

Maldives 9–1 Afghanistan
Umar Ali Goal 11'
Ibrahim Fazeel Goal 27',45+2,60
Ali AshfaqGoal 32',88
Ahmed ThariqGoal 45+3',46,86
Sayed MaqsoodGoal 39'

2006 AFC Challenge Cup[edit]

India 2–0 Afghanistan
Vimal Goal 35'60'
Afghanistan 2–2 Chinese Taipei
Qadami Goal 20'23' Chuang Wei-lun Goal 48'
Liang Chien-wei Goal 73'
Philippines 1–1 Afghanistan
Valeroso Goal 59' Maqsood Goal 28'
Attendance: 3,000

2010 Fifa World Cup Qualification[edit]

Syria 3–0 Afghanistan
Al Zeno Goal 73'87' (pen.)
Al Sayed Goal 81' (pen.)
Report
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]

Bangladesh 0–0 Afghanistan
Afghanistan 1–0 Kyrgyzstan
Yamrali Goal 38'
Attendance: 7,000

2008 SAFF Championship[edit]

Afghanistan 1–3 Bhutan
H.A. Habib Goal 88' Yeshey Dorji Goal 13'
Gyeltshen Goal 31', Goal 80'

2008 AFC Challenge Cup[edit]

India 1–0 Afghanistan
Lawrence Goal 90+2'
Afghanistan 0–5 Turkmenistan
Öwekow Goal 1'41'77'80'
Krendelev Goal 23'
Afghanistan 0–4 Tajikistan
Rabiev Goal 14'44'56'
Tukhtasunov Goal 39'

2008 Merdeka Tournament[edit]

Afghanistan 2–2   Nepal
Barakzai Goal 62'
Sayed Bashir Azimi Goal 86'
A Gurung Goal 63'
B Gurung Goal 72'
Afghanistan 1–6Sierra Leone Sierra Leone U-20
Hafizullah Qadami Goal 47' Turay Goal 20'
Amara Kamara Goal 51'
Kabia Goal 60'
Foray Goal 76' Goal 86'
Sulaiman Kamara Goal 88'
Malaysia 6–0 Afghanistan
Ashaari Goal 21' Goal 64'
Nizaruddin Goal 41'
Zaquan Adha Goal 44'
Safee Goal 85'
Hairuddin Goal 87'

2009 SAFF Championship[edit]

India 1–0 Afghanistan
Lalpekhlua Goal 86'
Maldives 2–1 Afghanistan
Thoriq Goal 52'
Ashfaq Goal 69', Goal 89',
Barakzai Goal 30'
Afghanistan 0–3   Nepal
Anil Gurung Goal 55', Goal 73'
Bijay Gurung Goal 56'

2010s[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]


2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification Play Off[edit]

Bhutan 0–3 Afghanistan
Walizada Goal 2'36'80'
Afghanistan 2–0 Bhutan
Nadeem Goal 61'
Kohistani Goal 65'
Attendance: 2,000

Afghanistan win 5–0 on aggregate


2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification[edit]

Afghanistan 0–1   Nepal
Khawas Goal 27'
Attendance: 9,100
Sri Lanka 0–1 Afghanistan
Hadid Goal 82'
Attendance: 1,800
North Korea 2–0 Afghanistan
Choe Kum-Chol Goal 45+1'
Ri Chol-Myong Goal 68'
Attendance: 1,000

2014 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

Afghanistan 0–2 Palestine
Report Alyan Goal 28'
Amour Goal 89'
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]

Afghanistan 3–1 Sri Lanka
Ahmadi Goal 22'36'
Yamrali Goal 79'
Report Zain Goal 17'
Bhutan 1–8 Afghanistan
Chencho Goal 22' Report Yamrali Goal 4'
Amiri Goal 10'
Arezou Goal 15'18'45+2'83'
Sharityar Goal 48' (pen.)
Mashriqi Goal 60'

Semi-finals[edit]

Afghanistan 1–0 (a.e.t.)   Nepal
Arezou Goal 101' Report

Final[edit]

India 4–0 Afghanistan
Chhetri Goal 71' (pen.)
Clifford Goal 79'
Jeje Goal 80'
Sushil Goal 90+5'
Report

2014 AFC Challenge Cup qualification[edit]

Mongolia 0–1 Afghanistan
Report Arezou Goal 59'
Laos 1–1 Afghanistan
Sayavutthi Goal 30' Report Ahmadi Goal 58'

Friendly matches[edit]

Afghanistan 3–0Pakistan 
Ahmadi Goal 20'
Hatifi Goal 53'
Jamhour Goal 72'

2013 SAFF Championship[edit]

Afghanistan 3–0 Bhutan
Amiri Goal 37'
Azadzoy Goal 76'
Barakzai Goal 88'
Report
Referee: Sudish Pandey (Nepal)
Sri Lanka 1–3 Afghanistan
Fazaluzzaman Goal 36' Report Rafi Goal 62'
Amiri Goal 76'
Barakzai Goal 87'
Referee: Sudish Pandey (Nepal)

Semi-finals[edit]

Nepal   0–1 Afghanistan
Report Ahmadi Goal 11'

Final[edit]


Friendly matches[edit]

Kuwait 3–2Afghanistan 
Amiri Goal 60'
Shayesteh Goal 67'

2014 AFC Challenge Cup[edit]

Philippines 0–0 Afghanistan
Report
Afghanistan 3–1 Turkmenistan
Amiri Goal 45+1'
Hatifi Goal 61'
Shayesteh Goal 86'
Report Muhadow Goal 64'
Afghanistan 0–0 Laos
Report

Semi-finals[edit]

Palestine 2–0 Afghanistan
Nu'man Goal 43' (pen.)47' Report

Third place play-off[edit]


Friendly matches[edit]

Pakistan 2–1Afghanistan 
Riaz Goal 18'
Khan Goal 88'
Sharifi Goal 50'

2018 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

Afghanistan 0–6 Syria
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Rafe Goal 19'35'
Ajan Goal 42'
Al Hussain Goal 70'
Malki Goal 75'
Khribin Goal 90+4' (pen.)

Friendly match[edit]

Thailand 2–0Afghanistan 
Mongkol Goal 28'
Teerasil Goal 59'
Referee: Phùng Đình Dũng (Vietnam)

2018 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

Afghanistan 0–6 Japan
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Kagawa Goal 10'50'
Morishige Goal 35'
Okazaki Goal 57'60'
Honda Goal 74'
Singapore 1–0 Afghanistan
Khairul Goal 72' Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Attendance: 5,400
Syria 5–2 Afghanistan
Omari Goal 9'21'83'
Maowas Goal 32'90'
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
N.Amiri Goal 44'
Shayesteh Goal 78'
Afghanistan 3–0 Cambodia
Zazai Goal 42'
N.Amiri Goal 78'
Amani Goal 90+4'
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)

2015 SAFF Championship[edit]

Afghanistan 4–0 Bangladesh
Saighani Goal 30'
Shayesteh Goal 32'
Z.Amiri Goal 40'
Amani Goal 69'
Report
Bhutan 0–3 Afghanistan
Report Amani Goal 14'51'
Saighani Goal 42'
Attendance: 1,817
Referee: Nivon Robesh Gamini (Sri Lanka)
Afghanistan 4–1 Maldives
Shayesteh Goal 20'
Popalzay Goal 34'54'
Hatifi Goal 51'
Report Fasir Goal 32'
Attendance: 1,751
Referee: Nivon Robesh Gamini (Sri Lanka)

Semi-finals[edit]

Afghanistan 5–0 Sri Lanka
Hashemi Goal 45+1'
Taher Goal 50'
Amani Goal 56' (pen.)
Hatifi Goal 78'
Shayesteh Goal 89'
Report
Attendance: 300
Referee: Sudhish Pandey (Nepal)

Final[edit]

India 2–1 (a.e.t.) Afghanistan
Lalpekhlua Goal 72'
Chhetri Goal 101'
Report Z.Amiri Goal 70'
Attendance: 40,500
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura (Japan)

2018 FIFA World Cup qualification[edit]

Japan 5–0 Afghanistan
Okazaki Goal 43'
Kiyotake Goal 58'
Mukhammad Goal 63' (o.g.)
Yoshida Goal 74'
Kanazaki Goal 78'
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Afghanistan 2–1 Singapore
AmaniGoal 39'
ShirdelGoal 78'
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
NawazGoal 89'
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Fu Ming (China)

Friendly match[edit]

Lebanon 2–0 Afghanistan
Report
Attendance: 500
Referee: Ahmad Ibrahim (Jordan)
Tajikistan 1–0 Afghanistan
Dzhalilov Goal 74' Report
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Alexandr Aliyev (Kazakhstan)
Afghanistan 2–1 Singapore
Mukhammad Goal 4'
Azadzoy Goal 56'
Report Shawal Goal 46'
Attendance: 200
Referee: Khamis Al Marri (Qatar)
Afghanistan 2–1 Maldives
Amin Goal 38'
Popalzay Goal 62'
Report Ali Goal 41' (pen.)
Oman 2–0 Afghanistan
Report

2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification[edit]

Afghanistan 1–1 Vietnam
Amin Goal 69' Report Nguyễn Văn Toàn Goal 64'
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Turki Alkhudayr (Saudi Arabia)

Cambodia 1–0 Afghanistan
Mony Udom Goal 59' Report

Jordan 4–1 Afghanistan
Report

Afghanistan 3–3 Jordan
Report
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Masoud Tufayelieh (Syria)

Vietnam 0–0 Afghanistan
Report
Attendance: 28,580
Referee: Jameel Abdulhusain Mohamed (Bahrain)

Afghanistan 2–1 Cambodia
Sharza Goal 26'45' Report Laboravy Goal 70'

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Due to the unstable situation in Afghanistan, the first leg was played in Tajikistan.[2]
  2. ^ Kickoff delayed from 21:00 due to rain.
  3. ^ a b c d Afghanistan will play their home matches in Iran due to security concerns from the War in Afghanistan.[4]
  4. ^ a b c Afghanistan will play their home matches in Tajikistan due to security concerns from the war in Afghanistan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sri Lanka bags first win, Bangladesh hits another blow" Archived 13 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine..
  2. ^ Afghanistan and Palestine Play in Metallurg Stadium Archived 16 August 2011 at the Wayback Machine. FootballAfghanistan.blogspot.com; 15 May 2011
  3. ^ Mohamed Sajid (29 May 2014). "Maldives wins third place". Maldives Soccer. Archived from the original on 30 May 2014. Retrieved 29 May 2014.
  4. ^ "Crisis-Hit Countries Can Play World Cup Qualifiers in Iran". persianfootball.com. 29 April 2015.