Fixtures

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 03/17 13:00 - Comoros vs Mali - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 03/21 13:00 - Central African Rep vs Mali - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 09/01 13:00 - Mali vs Comoros - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 09/05 13:00 - Ghana vs Mali - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 10/06 13:00 - Chad vs Mali - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 10/10 13:00 - Mali vs Madagascar - View

Results

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 06/11 13:00 - [2] Madagascar v Mali [4] D 0-0
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 06/06 19:00 - [2] Mali v Ghana [5] L 1-2
International Match 03/26 21:00 - Nigeria v Mali W 0-2
International Match 03/22 22:00 - Mali v Mauritania W 2-0
Africa Cup of Nations 02/03 17:00 3 [1] Mali v Ivory Coast [3] L 1-2
Africa Cup of Nations 01/30 17:00 4 [1] Mali v Burkina Faso [2] W 2-1
Africa Cup of Nations 01/24 17:00 3 [3] Namibia v Mali [1] D 0-0
Africa Cup of Nations 01/20 20:00 2 [3] Tunisia v Mali [1] D 1-1
Africa Cup of Nations 01/16 20:00 1 [2] Mali v South Africa [2] W 2-0
International Match 01/06 19:00 - Mali v Guinea-Bissau W 6-2
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/20 19:00 - [2] Mali v Central African Republic [5] D 1-1
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/17 19:00 - [3] Mali v Chad [3] W 3-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 16 10 6
Wins 10 7 3
Draws 5 2 3
Losses 1 1 0
Goals for 31 23 8
Goals against 10 8 2
Clean sheets 8 4 4
Failed to score 2 0 2

The Mali national football team (French: Équipe de football du Mali) represents Mali in men's international football and is governed by the Malian Football Federation. The team's nickname is Les Aigles. They represent both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

While Mali is a major youth football power in both Africa and the world, they have never qualified for any senior FIFA World Cup finals in history. They have qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations on 13 occasions.

Mali were suspended by FIFA on 17 March 2017 due to 'government interference' with the national football association, namely dissolving its executive committee. However, the side was re-instated by FIFA on 29 April after the executive committee was re-introduced by the Malian government.

History

Mali reached the 1972 African Nations Cup final, but lost 3–2 to Congo. They failed to qualify for the finals again until 1994 when they reached the semi-finals, an achievement repeated in 2002, 2004, 2012 and 2013.

They played their first World Cup qualifier in the year 2000. As part of the CAF's qualifiers for the 2002 World Cup, Mali lost in the preliminary round to Libya. Two years later, the country hosted the 2002 African Cup of Nations.

Mali's under-23's team managed to qualify for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Greece. The team coached by Cheick Kone managed to reach the quarter-finals of the Olympic tournament before losing to Italy.

In the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, Mali beat Guinea-Bissau in the preliminaries. In the resulting second round, Mali finished fifth in its group. On 27 March 2005, riots broke out in Bamako after Mali lost a World Cup qualifier to Togo, 2–1 on a last minute goal.

In the 2010 African Nations Cup, Mali made football headlines for coming back from losing 4–0 with eleven minutes left to level 4–4 with Angola.

Team kit

Manufacturer Period
Kappa 1998–2003
Baliston 2003–2007
Airness 2007–
The Mali national soccer team, also known as Les Aigles (The Eagles), is a talented and competitive team representing the West African country of Mali. The team is known for its fast-paced and skillful style of play, with a strong emphasis on teamwork and technical ability.

Mali has a rich soccer history and has produced many talented players who have gone on to play for top clubs around the world. The team has had success in regional competitions such as the Africa Cup of Nations, where they have consistently been a strong contender.

The Mali national team is supported by passionate fans who show their unwavering support both at home and abroad. The team's colors of green, yellow, and red are proudly displayed by fans as they cheer on their beloved Eagles.

Overall, the Mali national soccer team is a force to be reckoned with on the international stage, and their exciting style of play makes them a team to watch in any competition.