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Tunisia
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Liberia vs Tunisia (17 Mar)

Head Coach

Jalel Kadri

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Established
1957 (67 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue

Stade Olympique de Radès

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Location
Radès, Tunisia

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Competitions
FIFA World Cup
African Cup of Nations
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17/03 Liberia - Tunisia
24/03 Tunisia - Malawi
01/09 Tunisia - Liberia
08/09 Equatorial G - Tunisia
06/10 São Tomé a - Tunisia

Results
09/06 Namibia 0 - 0 Tunisia
05/06 Tunisia 1 - 0 Equatorial G
26/03 New Zealand 0 - 0 Tunisia
23/03 Tunisia 0 - 0 Croatia
23/03 Croatia 0 - 0 Tunisia


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The Tunisia national football team (Arabic: منتخب تونس لكرة القدم‎), nicknamed Les Aigles de Carthage (The Eagles of Carthage or The Carthage Eagles), is the national team of Tunisia and is controlled by the Tunisian Football Federation. They have qualified for four FIFA World Cups, the first one in 1978, but have yet to make it out of the first round. Nevertheless, they created history in that 1978 tournament in Argentina by becoming the first African side to win a World Cup match, beating Mexico 3–1. They also held defending champions West Germany to a goalless draw before bowing out. They have since qualified for three tournaments in succession, in 1998, 2002, 2006, and have qualified for the 2018 finals.

Tunisia also won the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations, when they hosted the tournament.


Team Members


25

Abdi





Bronn



25

Chaalali





Dahmen





Dräger





Ghandri



23

Hassan





Ifa



9

Jaziri



11

Jebali



2

Kechrida



99

Khazri





Khenissi



20

Laïdouni





Maâloul



1

Mathlouthi



46

Mejbri



24

Meriah



28

Msakni





Romdhane



32

Saïd



13

Sassi



15

Skhiri



25

Slimane



10

Sliti



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Talbi



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Stadium or Home
Stade Olympique de Radès (Arabic: الملعب الأولمبي برادس‎) is a multi-purpose stadium in Rades, Tunisia about 10 kilometers south-east of the city center of Tunis, in the center of the Olympic City. It is currently used mostly for football matches and it also has facilities for athletics. The stadium holds 65,000 and was built in 2001 for the 2001 Mediterranean Games and is considered to be one of the best stadiums in Africa.

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