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Mauritania
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Mourabitounes
Association Fédération de Foot-Ball
de la Républic
Islamique de Mauritanie
Confederation CAF (Africa)
Head coach Mohamed Harouna
Home stadium Stade Nacional
FIFA code MTN
FIFA ranking 169
Highest FIFA ranking 85 (December 1995)
Lowest FIFA ranking 182 (May 2003)
Elo ranking 165
Home colours
Away colours
First international
Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo DR 6 - 0 Mauritania Mauritania
(Senegal; April 11, 1963)
Biggest win
Mauritania Mauritania 8 - 2 Somalia Somalia
(Beirut, Lebanon; December 27, 2006)
Biggest defeat
Guinea Guinea 14 - 0 Mauritania Mauritania
(Guinea; 1 January 1972)

The Mauritania national football team, nicknamed Mourabitounes, is the national team of Mauritania and is controlled by the Fédération de Foot-Ball de la Républic Islamique de Mauritanie and is a member of CAF. As of 2007, there are only two football stadiums in the country. [1]

Contents

Mauritania Football Achievements

Amilcar Cabral Cup :
  • 1 Time Runners-up

World Cup record

African Nations Cup record






Current squad

The following players were called up for 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Morocco on 11 October 2008.

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Souleymane Diallo Mauritania ASC Concorde
2 Ould Maleck
3 DF Yacoub Fall December 31, 1980 Mauritania FC Nouadhibou
4 DF Ibrahima Mamadou Sy Mauritania ASC Concorde
5 DF Cheikhani Ould Mohamed Mauritania ASC El Ahmedi FC de Sebkha
6 Mohamed Hamrud
7 MF Boubou N'diaye Mauritania ASC Mauritel
8 MF Djibi Ahmed Samba Mauritania ASC Mauritel
9 MF Karamoko Moussa Traore October 28, 1988 Italy European Football University
10 MF Ahmed Teguedi November 15, 1984 Algeria MC Saida
11 FW Khatry Abdallahi Mauritania ASC Nasr de Sebkha
12 Mohamed Lamine Khattri
13 DF Brahim Ould Boubacar Mauritania ASC Mauritel
14 MF Mohamed Ould Lamine Mauritania ASC El Ahmedi FC de Sebkha
15 Babacar Dieng
16 GK M'baye Lamine Mauritania SNIM
17 Oumar Fall
18 Ely Voulani Mauritania ASC Ksar
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Recent call-ups

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Abdel Kader Saadbou (WCQ v. Rwanda, 6 September) Mauritania SNIM
5 MF Yacoub Ba (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) January 20, 1984 France Dijon
6 DF Seydou Nourou M'bodj (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) December 12, 1979 France Choisy-le-Roi
7 FW Marabott Sow (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) Mauritania ASC Concorde
8 MF Lemine Balla Cherif (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) Mauritania ASC Concorde
13 MF Moise Kandé (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) August 1, 1978 Cyprus PAEEK
18 DF Abdelaziz Kamara Captain sports.svg (WCQ v. Ethiopia, 22 June) April 10, 1984 Switzerland Stade Nyonnais
6 DF Pascar Gourville (v. Ethiopia on June 13) January 12, 1975 France Bois-Guillaume
7 FW Boubacar Jiddou (v. Ethiopia on June 13) Libya Al Jazeera Zuwarah
12 MF Yoann Langlet (v. Ethiopia on June 13) December 25, 1982 Greece Ionikos
15 DF Bilal Sidibé (v. Ethiopia on June 13) December 31, 1978 France GSI Pontivy
17 FW Ahmed Sidibé (v. Ethiopia on June 13) December 25, 1974 Qatar Al-Mesaimeer
7 FW Ismael Diakite (v. Morocco on June 7) Mauritania ASC Concorde
9 FW Dominique da Silva (v. Morocco on June 7) April 10, 1986 Tunisia CS Sfaxien
17 MF Taghiyoullah Denna (v. Morocco on June 7) June 15, 1986 Mauritania ASC Mauritel
11 FW Daouda Sow (v. Rwanda on May 31) December 4, 1978 England Crystal Palace
14 MF Silli Camara (v. Rwanda on May 31) July 31, 1985 France Les Lilas

(May, 2007)

Goalkeepers:

Bertrand Ketchanke
Samba Gaye

Defenders:

Pascal Gourville
Sidi Sow
Bilal Sidibé
Yaya Barry
Yacoub Fall
Eric Descombes

Midfielders:

Yoann Langlet
Moise Kandé

Antonio Tavares
Oumar Timbo
Mohamed Benyachou
Ould Achour Sidi
Mamadou Kassy

Forwards:

Ahmed Dabo
Ahmed Moussa Sidibé
Mohamed Ould Wedad
Gaston Diame
Abdelaziz Kamara


Simple English

Mauritania
Association Fédération de Foot-Ball de la Républic Islamique de Mauritanie
Confederation CAF
Coach Mohamed Harouna
World Cup
Appearances 0

Mauritania national football team is the national football team of Mauritania.


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