|19 Sep 22||DR Congo ||-|| Mauritania|
|27 Sep 22||Mauritania ||-|| DR Congo|
|20 Mar 23||Gabon ||-|| DR Congo|
|28 Mar 23||DR Congo ||-|| Sudan|
|08 Jun 22||Sudan|| ||2 - 1|| ||DR Congo|
|04 Jun 22||DR Congo|| ||0 - 1|| ||Gabon|
|29 Mar 22||Morocco|| ||4 - 1|| ||DR Congo|
|25 Mar 22||DR Congo|| ||1 - 1|| ||Morocco|
|01 Feb 22||DR Congo|| ||0 - 1|| ||Bahrain|
The Democratic Republic of the Congo national football team (formerly known as Zaire, alternatively known as Congo-Kinshasa) is the national team of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is controlled by the Congolese Association Football Federation. They are nicknamed the Leopards.
DR Congo have been ranked as high as 28 in the FIFA Rankings. As Zaire they were the first Sub-Saharan African team to qualify for the FIFA World Cup and twice won the Africa Cup of Nations.