Chinese Taipei national football team
|Association||Chinese Taipei Football Association (CTFA)|
|Sub-confederation||EAFF (East Asia)|
|Head coach||Chen Kuei-jen|
|Home stadium||Taipei Municipal Stadium
Kaohsiung National Stadium
|Current||183 4 (1 October 2015)|
|Highest||144 (August 2006)|
|Lowest||188 (October 2014 – November 2014, March 2015)|
|Current||210 (June 2015)|
|Highest||60 (September 1965)|
|Lowest||213 (12 March 2015)|
| Philippines 0–1 Republic of China
(Manila, Philippines; February 1, 1913)[Note 1]
Republic of China 3–2 South Vietnam
(Manila, Philippines; May 1, 1954)
| Chinese Taipei 10–0 Guam
(Macau, China; June 17, 2007)
| Kuwait 10–0 Chinese Taipei
(Al Ain, United Arab Emirates; November 9, 2006)
|Appearances||2 (First in 1960)|
|Best result||Third Place, 1960|
The Chinese Taipei national football team (Chinese: 中華台北男子足球代表隊; pinyin: Zhōnghuá táiběi nánzǐ zúqiú dàibiǎo duì) is the official name given by FIFA to the national association football team of the Republic of China (Taiwan, see Chinese Taipei for team naming issue).
It is a member of the Asian Football Confederation's East Asian Football Federation. Despite never qualifying for the FIFA World Cup, Taiwan reached the semi-finals of the 1960 and 1968 AFC Asian Cups, finishing third in the former. The side also won gold in the football sector at the 1954 and 1958 Asian Games.
- 1 History
- 2 Stadium
- 3 Competition history
- 4 All time Results
- 5 Recent and forthcoming fixtures
- 6 Current squad
- 7 Kits
- 8 Coaching staff
- 9 See also
- 10 Notes
- 11 References
- 12 External links
The Chinese Taipei Football Association (CTFA) was founded in the Mainland China as the China Football Association (CFA) in 1924 and relocated to Taiwan in 1949 at the end of the Chinese Civil War. Affiliated with FIFA in 1932 as China, it rejoined FIFA in 1954, first under the name Taiwan, then Republic of China, and later Chinese Taipei.
The team's greatest success came when, playing as Taiwan, they finished third in the Asian Cup in 1960. However, the players in the team originally came from Hong Kong since the reputation of the Hong Kong national football team was not as good as the Republic of China.
The qualification match for 2012 AFC Challenge Cup in February 2011 was played on Kaohsiung National Stadium, while the qualification match for 2014 FIFA World Cup in July 2011 was played on Taipei Municipal Stadium.
World Cup record
- 1930 to 1950 – Did not enter
- 1954 – Withdrew
- 1958 – Withdrew
- 1962 to 1974 – Did not enter
- 1978 to 2014 – Did not qualify
Olympic Games record
- 1930 to 1956 – Did not enter
- 1960 – 16th place
- 1964 to 1976 – Did not qualify
- 1980 – Refuse to participate
- 1984 to 1988 – Did not qualify
AFC Asian Cup record
- 1956 – Did not qualify
- 1960 – Third Place
- 1964 – Withdrew
- 1968 – Fourth Place
- 1972 – Withdrew
- 1976 – Expelled
- 1980 to 1988 – Did not enter
- 1992 to 2015 – Did not qualify
AFC Challenge Cup record
East Asian Cup record
- 2003 – Did not qualify (2nd place in qualifiers)
- 2005 – Did not qualify (3rd place in qualifiers)
- 2008 – Did not qualify (3rd place in second qualification stage)
- 2010 – Did not qualify (3rd place in second qualification stage)
- 2013 – Did not qualify (4th place in second qualification stage)
- 2015 – Did not qualify (4th place in second qualification stage)
Asian Games record
- 1951 – Did not enter
- 1954 – Champion
- 1958 – Champion
- 1962 – Did not enter
- 1966 – Preliminary round
- 1970 to 1998 – Did not enter
In 2002, the age is limited under 23 years old.
All time Results
Here are Chinese Taipei's football results and fixtures' record since 1949.
Recent and forthcoming fixtures
|12 March 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round||Chinese Taipei||0–1||Brunei||National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|19:00 UTC+8||Adi Said 36'||Attendance: 6,273
Referee: Arumughan Rowan
|17 March 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round||Brunei||0–2||Chinese Taipei||Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium, Bandar Seri Begawan|
|20:15 UTC+8||Wang Ruei 37'
Chu En-le 53'
Referee: Turki Al-Khudhayr
|16 June 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Chinese Taipei||0–2||Thailand||Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei|
|19:30 UTC+8||Dangda 21', 39'||Attendance: 18,168
Referee: Ali Shaban
|3 September 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Iraq||5–1||Chinese Taipei||Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran[Note 2]|
|17:00 UTC+4:30||Adnan 37'
Meram 90+1' (pen.)
|Wen Chih-hao 86'||Attendance: 4,200
Referee: Yaqoob Abdul Baki
|8 September 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Chinese Taipei||1–2||Vietnam||Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei|
|19:00 UTC+8||Wu Chun-ching 82'||Đinh Tiến Thành 53'
Trần Phi Sơn 90+2'
|Referee: Kim Dae-yong
|9 October 2015 Friendly||Chinese Taipei||5–1||Macau||Taipei, Republic of China|
|19:00 UTC+8||Wen Chih-hao 22'
Chen Hao-Wei 42', 71'
Xavier Chen 61'
Onur Dogan 68'
|Lam Ka Seng 17'||Stadium: Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei
|12 November 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Thailand||v||Chinese Taipei||Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok|
|17 November 2015 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Chinese Taipei||v||Iraq||National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|24 March 2016 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round||Vietnam||v||Chinese Taipei||Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi|
The following players were called up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round. Caps updated until match against Vietnam in September 8, 2015.
The following players have been called up for the team within the last twelve months.
The official kit supplier is currently produced by Tor Star since 2010, a local sports brand in Taiwan.
|1954–1958||Lee Wai Tong (李惠堂)|
|1966||Ho Jing-Fan (何應芬)|
|1967||Heoi Ging-Cing (許竟成)|
|1966–1968||Bao Ging-Jin (鮑景賢)|
|1977–1981||Law Pak (羅北)|
|1981–1985||Chiang Chia (江洽)|
|1985–1988||Lo Chih-Tsung (羅智聰)|
|1988–1993||Huang Jen-Cheng (黃仁成)|
|1994–2000||Chiang Mu-Tsai (強木在)|
|2000–2001||Huang Jen-Cheng (黃仁成)|
|2001–2005||Lee Po-Houng (李博洪)|
|2005||Edson Silva (埃德森席尔瓦)|
|2005–2007||Toshiaki Imai (今井敏明)|
|2008–2009||Chen Sing-An (陳信安)|
|2009–2011||Lo Chih-Tsung (羅智聰)|
|2011||Lee Tae-Ho (李泰昊)|
|2012||Chen Kuei-Jen (陳貴人) (caretaker)|
|2012||Chiang Mu-Tsai (強木在)|
|2013–||Chen Kuei-Jen (陳貴人)|
|Head Coach||Chen Kuei-Jen (陳貴人)|
|Assistant Coach||Chen Junn-Ming (陳俊明)|
|Assistant Coach||Lee Meng-Chian (李盟乾)|
|Assistant Coach||Fang Ching-Jen (方靖仁)|
|Fitness Coach||Kuo Yin-Hung (郭殷宏)|
|Goalkeeping Coach||Chen Yung-Sheng (陳永盛)|
|Security||Huang Chien-Wei (黃建瑋)|
- Chinese Taipei national futsal team
- Chinese Taipei national under-23 football team
- Chinese Taipei women's national football team
- List of Taiwanese footballers
- "China matches, ratings and points exchanged". World Football Elo Ratings: China. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
- Bojan, Jovanovic (15 October 1999). "First Far Eastern Games 1913 (Manila)". RSSSF. Retrieved 6 November 2010.
- "Crisis-Hit Countries Can Play World Cup Qualifiers in Iran". persianfootball.com. 29 April 2015.
- Chinese Taipei at 2006 FIFA World Cup official website
- Chinese Taipei Football Association official website (Chinese)
- Chinese Taipei national team squad at CTFA official website (Chinese)