Tunisia Football Team Players, Coach, FIFA Rankings, Nickname, History


Here you will know everything about the Tunisia Football Team players as well as the coach, FIFA Rankings, Nickname, and history. The Tunisia soccer team is the Tunisian national team that has been representing Tunisia in international football for males since the first game on the 2nd of June, 1957. It played Libya which ended with Tunisia. Won 4-2. It is a full member of FIFA and also the Confederation of African Football (CAF) on the continent.

The Tunisia Football Team is managed by the Tunisian Football Federation, which was formed on March 29, 1957, the day Tunisia gained its independence. Jalil Qadri has been the head of his team for the past month, since January 30th, 2022. He is accompanied by the assistants of Ali Bomnjeel and Salem Bencher. It is the Tunisian team is known as”the Eagles of Carthage. The team’s colors are white and red, which are that of the Tunisian flag. Its symbol is the falcon. There were several periods that Tunisia was represented at the highest level of international representation from 1962 until 1978, from 1994 to 2008, and then again in 2014.

Team Profile Summary

AssociationTunisian Football Federation
Nickname(s)Les Aigles de Carthage (Eagles of Carthage)
ConfederationCAF – UNAF
FIFA position35 (31 March 2022)
Most CapsRadhi Jaidi (105)
Top ScorerIssam Jemaa (36)
Home stadiumStade Olympique de Rades
Coach HeadJalel Kadri

The Tunisia Football Team 2022

The football club joined FIFA in the year 1960. The rich history of the club extends over 65 years starting in 2022. It outlines the club’s fluctuations and ups and downs and the Olympics and the league’s wins as well as local losses during the international era.

Tunisia National football team Home Stadium

Following the declaration of independence of Tunisia in 1956, the Tunisian national arena was called the Chadley Zoutin Stadium which could accommodate 18,000 people. It also hosted every match that was played by Tunisia’s national team. Tunisian National team. It also hosted the 1994 and 1965 Africa Cup of Nations and the 1977 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Tunisia’s first game was played at the stadium. Against Libya on September 8, 1967. Tunisia defeated Libya 3-1. The stadium was renamed the new home in Aguilas of Cartago. It was home to 1977 the FIFA World Youth Championship and was renovated completely to host its 1994 Africa Cup of Nations. He also was the host of AFCON 2004.

The stadium was inaugurated in 2001. The 7th of November stadium was officially named Tunisia’s National Stadium before 2002’s Mediterranean Games. The stadium is located in Rades the stadium is home to a capacity of 60,000 seating per. The first game at the stadium took place on July 7th, 2001. It was in the match between Etoile du Sahel and CS Hammam-Lif in the Tunisia Cup final. CS Hammam-Lif won the match by 1-0. Anis Ben Choikha was the sole goal. Since then, Tunisia has used the stadium for nearly every major home game and even in 2004’s African Cup of Nations final. Tunisians typically play their games in the Mustafa Ben-Janet stadium in Monastir with a capacity of 20,000 fans.

Furthermore to that, numerous other sites host teams from the Tunisian nation’s national soccer team including The Swiss Olympic Stadium, which hosted a friendly game between Tunisia with Switzerland on November 12, 2012, as well as an AFCON 2012 game that was played between Tunisia as well as Chad. He also played in the qualifying match which Tunisia won. Tunisia 5-0. Gibbs Municipal Stadium was also selected as the venue for an informal game between Tunisia and Mauritania which concluded in a draw in October 2016.

Tunisia Football Team
Tunisia Football Team

Tunisia Football Team for football Kit

In the past, when the Tunisia Football Team, six companies supplied uniforms to players of the Tunisian national team starting in 1970. It was then that the well-known German company Adidas began to adopt Tunisian national uniforms over the past 24 years. They also provided the team with it. Her first appearance was at the 1978’s FIFA World Cup, wearing the first white socks and red jerseys, and black Adidas banners. The second cut it’s white, with red Adidas tags.

In 1994, the Italian company Lotto expanded Tunisia’s national team’s participation in 1998’s FIFA World Cup with a sports uniform. The first set is adorned in white, with curving red designs on the chest and shoulders as well as the other set is decorated with red. The red set is decorated with curved red lines across the chest, shoulders, and abdomen. They were designed by the German company Uhlsport and supplied the Tunisian team with uniforms for sports for two seasons one for the 2000-2001 season. Uhlsport designed a white shirt with a stripe across the chest, which extended over the arms. The second. The set comprised one. A red shirt that had a single line across the chest, and white spreads to the hands.

Kit Manufacturer

PeriodKit supplier
1956-1970Local equipment
2010-2016Burda Sport

Who are the Tunisia Football team players?

These players have been selected to play in 2022’s FIFA World Cup qualification fixtures against Mali between 25 and 29 March 2022. Updated information up to 29 March 2022, following the game against Mali.

NoPositionPlayer NameBirth date (age)CapsGoalsClub
1GKAli Jemal09-06-1990 (31)00Etoile du Sahel
16GKAymen Dahmen28-01-1997 (25)10CS Sfaxien
22GKBechir Ben Said29-11-1994 (27)70US Monastir
GKMouez Hassen05-03-1995 (27)200Club Africain
2DFBilel Ifa09-03-1990 (32)320Abha
3DFMontassar Talbi26-05-1998 (23)160Rubin Kazan
4DFNader Ghandri18-02-1995 (27)30Club Africain
5DFOussama Haddadi28-01-1992 (30)290Yeni Malatyaspor
9DFMortadha Ben Ouanes02-07-1994 (27)30Kasimpasa
12DFAli Maaloul01-01-1990 (32)792Al-Ahly
20DFMohamed Drager25-06-1996 (25)293Luzern
21DFHamza Mathlouthi25-07-1992 (29)361Zamalek
DFAli Abdi20-12-1993 (28)50Caen
DFDylan Bronn19-06-1995 (26)352Metz
6MFAnis Ben Slimane16-03-2001 (21)204Brondby
8MFGhailene Chaalali28-02-1994 (28)301Esperance de Tunis
10MFHannibal Mejbri21-01-2003 (19)120Manchester United
13MFFerjani Sassi18-03-1992 (30)725Al-Duhail
14MFAissa Laidouni13-12-1996 (25)181Ferencvarosi TC
15MFMohamed Ali Ben Romdhane06-09-1999 (22)180Esperance de Tunis
17MFEllyes Skhiri10-05-1995 (26)453Koln
18MFSaad Bguir22-03-1994 (28)205Abha
7FWYoussef Msakni (captain)28-10-1990 (31)8315Al-Arabi
11FWTaha Yassine Khenissi06-01-1992 (30)438Al-Kuwait
19FWSeifeddine Jaziri12-02-1993 (29)259Zamalek
23FWNaim Sliti27-07-1992 (29)6412Al-Ettifaq
FWIssam Jebali27-05-1996 (25)50OB
FWWahbi Khazri08-02-1991 (31)6924Saint-Etienne

What are they? Tunisia Football Team head coach and captain?

Youssef Msakni is the captain of the national team. Jalel Kadri works as a temporary coach for the Tunisian national team.

Tunisia’s captain of the Tunisia Football Team

Youssef Msakni is the captain of Tunisia’s National team. Take a look at the current Tunisia captain’s summary.

Summary of profile

  • Name: Youssef Msakni
  • Age/Date of Birth: Oct 28, 1990 (31)
  • The place of birth: Tunis
  • Citizenship: Tunisia
  • Height: 1,79 m
  • Position: Left Winger
  • International current: Tunisia
  • Caps/Goals: 82 / 15

Tunisia Football Team coach

Jalel Kadri works as an assistant director for the Tunisian national team. Check out the summary of the profile of the current coach.

Summary of profile

  • Name: Jalel Kadri
  • Age/Date of Birth: Dec 14, 1971 (50)
  • The place of birth: Tozeur
  • Citizenship: Tunisia
  • Avg. the term”coach: 0.69 Years
  • The preferred formation is 4-3-3 Invasion

Tunisia Football Team in world rankings

The Eagles of Carthage are ranked at 30th position with 1512.72 points. This is enough to place them in the top 10 most in the rankings of African football teams.errrrrr666t5qa 1

Trophies for Tunisia Football Team

Africa Cup of Nations

  • Champions: 2004
  • Runner-up: 1965, 1996
  • Third-place: 1962

African Nations Championship

  • Champions: 2011

African Games

  • Silver Medal: 1991
  • Bronze Medal: 2007

FIFA Arab Cup

  • Champions: 1963
  • Runner-up: 2021

Pan Arab Games

  • Silver Medal: 1957

Mediterranean Games

  • Gold Medal: 2001
  • Silver Medal: 1971
  • Bronze Medal: 1975, 2013

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