Lebanon national futsal team

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Lebanon Lebanon
Nickname(s) الأرز
Les Cèdres
The Cedars
Association Federation Libanaise de
Football Association
Confederation AFC and WAFF
Head coach Spain Francisco Araujo
Captain Kassem Kawsan
FIFA code LIB
FIFA ranking 50 [1]
Home colours
Away colours
First international
 Lebanon 0 – 10 Cyprus 
(Nicosia, Cyprus, 15 April 2003)
Biggest win
 Lebanon 16 – 2 Yemen 
(Port Said, Egypt, 24 December 2008)
Biggest defeat
 Iran 15 – 2 Lebanon 
(Tehran, Iran, 27 July 2003)
World Cup
Appearances None
AFC Futsal Championship
Appearances 10 (First in 2003)
Best result Quarterfinals, 6 times
WAFF Futsal Championship
Appearances 2 (First in 2007)
Best result Med 2.png Second place, 2007

The Lebanese national futsal team (Arabic: لبنان الوطني لكرة القدم – French: Équipe du Liban de football) represents the Lebanese Republic in international futsal competitions.[2] Their official nickname is "The Cedars". The team is controlled by the Federation Libanaise de Football Association (LFA), which is currently a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and also the West Asian Football Federation (WAFF).

Tournaments[edit]

FIFA Futsal World Cup[edit]

  • 1989Did not enter
  • 1992Did not enter
  • 1996Did not enter
  • 2000Did not enter
  • 2004Did not qualify
  • 2008Did not qualify
  • 2012Did not qualify
  • 2016Did not qualify

AFC Futsal Championship[edit]

  • 1999Did not enter
  • 2000Did not enter
  • 2001Did not enter
  • 2002Did not enter
  • 2003 – Round 1
  • 2004 – Quarterfinals
  • 2005 – Round 1
  • 2006 – Round 1
  • 2007 – Quarterfinals
  • 2008 – Quarterfinals
  • 2010 – Quarterfinals
  • 2012 – Quarterfinals
  • 2014 – Quarterfinals
  • 2016 – Round 1

WAFF Futsal Championship[edit]

  • 2007Silver medal icon.svg Second Place
  • 2009 – Fourth Place
  • 2012Did not enter

Arab Futsal Championship[edit]

  • 1998Did not enter
  • 2005Bronze medal icon.svg Third Place
  • 2007Bronze medal icon.svg Third Place
  • 2008 – Fourth Place

References[edit]