|11 Nov 21||Malta ||-|| Croatia|
|14 Nov 21||Malta ||-|| Slovakia|
|11 Oct 21||Cyprus|| ||2 - 2|| ||Malta|
|08 Oct 21||Malta|| ||0 - 4|| ||Slovenia|
|07 Sep 21||Russia|| ||2 - 0|| ||Malta|
|04 Sep 21||Slovenia|| ||1 - 0|| ||Malta|
|01 Sep 21||Malta|| ||3 - 0|| ||Cyprus|
The Malta national football team (Maltese: Tim nazzjonali tal-futbol ta' Malta) represents Malta in international football and is controlled by the Malta Football Association, the governing body for football in Malta.
The first official game played by Malta was a 2–3 defeat in a friendly against Austria in 1957. Their competitive debut arrived five years later, playing against Denmark in the preliminary round of the 1964 European Nations' Cup. Since becoming a UEFA member in 1960 and a FIFA member in 1959, Malta have competed in every qualifier for the European Championship and World Cup, without ever making it to the finals of any major international competition.
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