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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.

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1940sEdit

FriendlyEdit

Afghanistan  0–0  Iran
Attendance: 10,000

1948 Summer Olympics Preliminary roundEdit

Luxembourg  6–0  Afghanistan
Gales   6'79'
Kettel   40'
Schammel   41'
Paulus   62'80'
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: A.C. Williams (Great Britain)

1950sEdit

FriendlyEdit

Iran  4–0  Afghanistan
Mobasher    
Boroumand    

1951 Asian GamesEdit

India  3–0  Afghanistan
Venkatesh   10'
Mewalal   16'
Santosh Nandy   55'
Japan  2–0  Afghanistan
Iwatani   40'45'

1954 Asian GamesEdit

South Korea  8–2  Afghanistan
Choi Chung-min   7'
Choi Kwang-seok   22'
Sung Nak-woon   23'45'55'80'
Chung Nam-sik   42'
Chung Kook-chin   49'
   

1960 Summer Olympics QualificationEdit

Afghanistan  2–5  India
Ayubi  
Mosa  
Banerjee  
Goswami  
Kempiah  
Rehmatullah  
Lahiri  
India  w/o (2-0)  Afghanistan
 

India advance.

1960sEdit

No known international matches for this decade!

1970sEdit

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
08-Aug-74   China U20 L 1–4 Beijing, China Friendly

1976 AFC Asian Cup qualificationEdit

Saudi Arabia  2–0  Afghanistan
Mohammed Al Mugnim   40'
Hamed Subhi   50'
Iraq  3–1  Afghanistan
Subhi   9'
Alwan   17'
Kadhim   78'
?   ??'
Qatar  2–1  Afghanistan
Saudi Arabia  6–0  Afghanistan
Mohammed Al Mugnim   7'41'
Muhsen Bakhit   12'33'
Sultan Naseab   25'
Mohammed Saad Al-Abdali   65'
Iraq  4–0  Afghanistan
Mahmoud   2'5'
Mustafa   70'
Ahmed   84'
Qatar  1–1  Afghanistan

Jashan TournamentEdit

Afghanistan  1–0  Pakistan
Afghanistan  1–1  India
?   ??' Harjinder Singh   ??'

Quaid Azam TournamentEdit

Pakistan  1–0  Afghanistan

1980 AFC Asian Cup qualificationEdit

Qatar  3–0  Afghanistan
Bangladesh  2–2  Afghanistan
Qatar  2–1  Afghanistan
Bangladesh  4–1  Afghanistan

1980sEdit

# Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition
06-Mar-81   Soviet Union U21 L 0–2 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
Mar-81   Poland U21 L 1–5 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
09-Mar-81   Finland U21 L 0–2 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament
13-Mar-81   East Germany U21 D 1–1 Tashkent, Soviet Union 1981 Spartakiad Football Tournament

1984 AFC Asian Cup qualificationEdit

Qatar  8–0  Afghanistan
China PR  6–0  Afghanistan
Li Hui   
Zhao Dayu  
Li Huayun   64'
Zuo Shusheng   66'
Yang Zhaohui  
Hong Kong  0–0  Afghanistan
Jordan  6–1  Afghanistan

1990sEdit

No known international matches for this decade!

2000sEdit

2003 SAFF Gold CupEdit

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

2004 AFC Asian Cup qualificationEdit

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

2006 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

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

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


2005 Tajikistan Friendship CupEdit


2005 SAFF Gold CupEdit

Maldives  9–1  Afghanistan
Umar Ali   11'
Ibrahim Fazeel   27',45+2,60
Ali Ashfaq  32',88
Ahmed Thariq  45+3',46,86
Sayed Maqsood  39'

2006 AFC Challenge CupEdit

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

2010 Fifa World Cup QualificationEdit

Syria  3–0  Afghanistan
Al Zeno   73'87' (pen.)
Al Sayed   81' (pen.)
Report
Afghanistan  1–2  Syria
Karimi   16' Report Jenyat   17'
Issmael   64'

Syria won 5 – 1 on aggregate and advanced to the Second Round.


2008 AFC Challenge Cup qualificationEdit

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

2008 SAFF ChampionshipEdit

Sri Lanka  2–2  Afghanistan
Chathura Gunarathna   8'
Channa Ediri   75' (pen)
H.A. Habib   8',   49'
Bangladesh  2–2  Afghanistan
Ameli   51'(pen)
Shamsuddin Amiri   75' (o.g.)
H.A. Habib   9'
Mustafa Hadid   22'[1]
Afghanistan  1–3  Bhutan
H.A. Habib   88' Yeshey Dorji   13'
Gyeltshen   31',   80'

2008 AFC Challenge CupEdit

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

2008 Merdeka TournamentEdit

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

2009 SAFF ChampionshipEdit

India U-23  1–0  Afghanistan
Lalpekhlua   86'
Maldives  2–1  Afghanistan
Thoriq   52'
Ashfaq   69',   89',
Barakzai   30'
Afghanistan  0–3    Nepal
Anil Gurung   55',   73'
Bijay Gurung   56'

Friendly matchesEdit

Tajikistan  1–0Afghanistan  
Report

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification Play OffEdit

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

Afghanistan win 5–0 on aggregate


2012 AFC Challenge Cup QualificationEdit

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

2014 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

Afghanistan  0–2  Palestine
Report Alyan   28'
Amour   89'
Palestine  1–1  Afghanistan
Wadi   11' Report Arezou   63'

Palestine won 3–1 on aggregate and advanced to the Second Round against Thailand.


2011 South Asian Football Federation CupEdit

India  1–1  Afghanistan
Chhetri   10' Report Arezou   5'
Afghanistan  3–1  Sri Lanka
Ahmadi   22'36'
Yamrali   79'
Report Zain   17'
Bhutan  1–8  Afghanistan
Chencho   22' Report Yamrali   4'
Amiri   10'
Arezou   15'18'45+2'83'
Sharityar   48' (pen.)
Mashriqi   60'

Semi-finalsEdit

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

FinalEdit

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

2014 AFC Challenge Cup qualificationEdit

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

Friendly matchesEdit

Tajikistan  3–2Afghanistan  
Fathkulloev   17'
Maxmudov   44'
Suvonkulov   74'
Barakzai   5'
Karimi   41'
Afghanistan  3–0Pakistan  
Ahmadi   20'
Hatifi   53'
Jamhour   72'

2013 SAFF ChampionshipEdit

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

Semi-finalsEdit

Nepal    0–1  Afghanistan
Report Ahmadi   11'

FinalEdit

Afghanistan  2–0  India
Azadzoy   9'
Ahmadi   62'
Report

Friendly matchesEdit

Tajikistan  1–0Afghanistan  
Nuriddin Davronov   2'
Kuwait  3–2Afghanistan  
Amiri   60'
Shayesteh   67'

2014 AFC Challenge CupEdit

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

Semi-finalsEdit

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

Third place play-offEdit

Afghanistan  1–1 (a.e.t.)  Maldives
Karimi   114' Report Fasir   118'
Penalties
Alikhil  
Zazai  
Hadid  
Karimi  
Faqiryar  
Sharityar  
Daudi  
Sakhizada  
Shayesteh  
7–8[3]   Ashfaq
  Abdul Ghanee
  Fasir
  Rilwan
  Qasim
  Rasheed
  Ali
  Mohamed
  Fazeel

Friendly matchesEdit

Pakistan  2–1Afghanistan  
Riaz   18'
Khan   88'
Sharifi   50'
Laos  0–2Afghanistan  
Shayesteh   17'
Isoufi   37'
Bangladesh  1–1Afghanistan  
Ameli   4' [1] Shanwary   90+3'

2018 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

Afghanistan  0–6  Syria
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Rafe   19'35'
Ajan   42'
Al Hussain   70'
Malki   75'
Khribin   90+4' (pen.)
Cambodia  0–1  Afghanistan
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Zazai   86'

Friendly matchEdit

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

2018 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

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

2015 SAFF ChampionshipEdit

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

Semi-finalsEdit

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

FinalEdit

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

2018 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

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

Friendly matchEdit

Lebanon  2–0  Afghanistan
Report
Attendance: 500
Referee: Ahmad Ibrahim (Jordan)
Malaysia  1–1  Afghanistan
Hadin   45+2' Report N. Amiri   22'
Tajikistan  1–0  Afghanistan
Dzhalilov   74' Report
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Alexandr Aliyev (Kazakhstan)
Afghanistan  2–1  Singapore
Mukhammad   4'
Azadzoy   56'
Report Shawal   46'
Attendance: 200
Referee: Khamis Al Marri (Qatar)
Afghanistan  2–1  Maldives
Amin   38'
Popalzay   62'
Report Ali   41' (pen.)
Oman  2–0  Afghanistan
Report

2019 AFC Asian Cup qualificationEdit

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

Cambodia  1–0  Afghanistan
Mony Udom   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   26'45' Report Laboravy   70'

Friendly matchesEdit

Afghanistan  0–0  Palestine
Report
Attendance: 12,000

Afghanistan  0–2  Turkmenistan
Report
Miracle Resort Hotel Center, Antalya, Turkey
Attendance: 150

Oman  5–0  Afghanistan

2022 FIFA World Cup qualificationEdit

Qatar  6–0  Afghanistan
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Attendance: 10,950
Referee: Aziz Asimov (Uzbekistan)
Oman  3–0  Afghanistan
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Ahmed Al-Ali (Jordan)
Afghanistan  1–1  India
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Yu Ming-hsun (Chinese Taipei)
Afghanistan  0–1  Qatar
Report (FIFA)
Report (AFC)

NotesEdit

  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.
  5. ^ Afghanistan play their home matches in Tajikistan because of security concerns from the War in Afghanistan.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sri Lanka bags first win, Bangladesh hits another blow"". maldivesoccer.com. 6 June 2008. Archived from the original on 13 February 2012..
  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.
  5. ^ "'Rested booters' to leave for Dushanbe on Sep 1". The Daily Star. 15 August 2019.