Seychelles national football team
|Association||Seychelles Football Federation|
|Head coach||Ralph Jean-Louis|
|Top scorer||Philip Zialor (11)|
|Home stadium||Stade Linité|
|Current||187 1 (9 March 2017)|
|Highest||129 (October 2006)|
|Lowest||200 (July 2013, November 2013)|
|Current||189 (26 March 2017)|
|Highest||168 (July 2008)|
|Lowest||194 (June 1998)|
| Réunion 2–0 Seychelles
(Réunion; 13 February 1974)
| Seychelles 9–0 Maldives
(Réunion; 27 August 1979)
| Madagascar 6–0 Seychelles
(Antananarivo, Madagascar; 30 August 1990)
The Seychelles national football team is controlled by the Seychelles Football Federation (SFF). SFF is a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The home turf of the team is the 10,000 capacity stadium, Stade Linité situated at Roche Caiman in the outskirts of Victoria, the capital of Seychelles.
Under Yugoslav coach Vojo Gardasevic, the Seychelles team made their debut in the World Cup qualifiers in 2001. Philip Zialor got the equaliser for Seychelles in a 1–1 draw against Namibia at Stade Linité. In the preliminary round return leg match, Seychelles lost 0–3.
In their second attempt to qualify, for the 2006 World Cup, Seychelles lost 0–4 at home to Zambia but played a 1–1 draw in the away match. Robert Suzette was the scorer of Seychelles’ goal in Lusaka. Seychelles’ biggest competitive win came against Zimbabwe in the African Nations Cup 2004 qualifiers. Goals by strikers Alpha Baldé and Philip Zialor gave Seychelles a 2–1 win at Stade Linité against Zimbabwe captained by professional striker Peter Ndlovu. German coach Michael Nees was at the helm of the team at that time. Under Frenchman Dominique Bathenay, Seychelles also beat Eritrea 1–0 at Stade Linité by a goal by veteran Roddy Victor in the same qualifiers.
World Cup record
Africa Cup of Nations record
Indian Ocean Island Games
2015 Indian Ocean Island Games
|1||Mayotte||3||2||1||0||5||2||+3||7||Advance to knockout stage|
Rules for classification: Tie-breaking criteria
Seychelles v Madagascar
July 31, 2015
Seychelles v Maldives
August 2, 2015
|Esther 5'||Report||Umair 28' (pen.)
Seychelles v Mayotte
August 4, 2015
|Report||Rasolofo 66' (pen.)|
|17 May 2015 2015 COSAFA Cup||Namibia||0–0||Seychelles||Moruleng|
|15:00||Stadium: Moruleng Stadium
Referee: Hamada Nampiandraza
|19 May 2015 2015 COSAFA Cup||Seychelles||0–1||Zimbabwe||Moruleng|
|17:00||Talent 52'||Stadium: Moruleng Stadium
Referee: Simanga Nhleko
|21 May 2015 2015 COSAFA Cup||Seychelles||0–1||Mauritius||Phokeng|
|17:00||Sophie 84'||Stadium: Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace
Referee: Simanga Nhleko
|13 June 2015 CAN 2017 Qualification||Algeria||4–0||Seychelles||Blida|
|20:30 UTC+1||Slimani 21'
Soudani 34', 47'
|Stadium: Stade Mustapha Tchaker
Referee: Mohamed Hamada
|20 June 2015 ANC 2016 Qualification||Mozambique||5–1||Seychelles||Beira|
|15:00 UTC+2||Luís 32', 42', 49'
|Waye-Hive 70'||Stadium: Estádio do Ferroviário
Referee: Khulasande Qongqo
|4 July 2015 ANC 2016 Qualification||Seychelles||0–4||Mozambique||Victoria|
|16:30 UTC+4||Luís 14'
|Stadium: Stade Linité
Referee: Andofetra Rakotojaona
- Mugabe, Bonnie (4 January 2008). "Rwanda: Shungu Sacked By Seychelles".