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Lebanon national football team - WikipediaLebanonNickname(s)رجال الأرز(The Cedars)AssociationLebanese Football Association(الاتحاد اللبناني لكرة القدم)ConfederationAFC (Asia)Sub-confederationWAFF (West Asia)Head coachNikola JurčevićCaptainHassan MaatoukMost capsHassan Maatouk (112)Top scorerHassan Maatouk (23)Home stadiumCamille Chamoun Sports City StadiumFIFA codeLBN First colours Second colours FIFA rankingCurrent 104 3 (26 October 2023)Highest77 (September 2018)Lowest178 (April–May 2011)First international Mandatory Palestine 5–1 Lebanon (Tel Aviv, Mandatory Palestine; 27 April 1940)Biggest win Lebanon 11–1 Philippines (Tokyo, Japan; 28 September 1967)Biggest defeat Iraq 8–0 Lebanon (Baghdad, Iraq; 25 November 1959) Qatar 8–0 Lebanon (Doha, Qatar; 27 March 1985)Asian CupAppearances3 (first in 2000)Best resultGroup stage (2000, 2019)Arab CupAppearances8 (first in 1963)Best resultThird place (1963)WAFF ChampionshipAppearances7 (first in 2000)Best resultGroup stage (7 times) Medal record Men's football Arab Cup 1963 Lebanon Arab Games 1957 Beirut 1997 Beirut Mediterranean Games 1959 Beirut Websitethe-lfa.  In 1998, Lebanon participated at the Friendship Tournament in the United Arab Emirates where, with two draws and a defeat, they finished in third place out of four.  Lebanon also finished in third place at the 2009 King's Cup in Thailand; after losing to the hosts in the semi-finals, they won against North Korea in the third-place match.  Tournament 1964 Tripoli Fair Tournament Champions  1974 Kuneitra Cup  1975 President's Cup  1978 President's Cup  1989 Peace and Friendship Cup  1998 Friendship Tournament  2009 King's Cup  2009 Nehru Cup  2023 Intercontinental Cup Runners-up  2023 SAFF Championship Semi-finals  2023 King's Cup  Honours Regional Exhibition tournaments See also List of men's national association football teams Lebanese Premier League Lebanese football league system Football in Lebanon Sport in Lebanon Notes ^ Arabic: المنتخب اللبناني لكرة القدمFrench: Équipe du Liban de football ^ The FA's of Iran, Egypt, Turkey, and Israel are older.  During the 1960s, Lebanon wore a red shirt with a white horizontal band in the center, which included a green cedar tree in the middle; the shorts were white, and the socks were red-and-white-striped.  In the 2000 AFC Asian Cup, Lebanon wore a red Adidas shirt with white details on the sides and a white collar, white shorts, and red socks.  In the 2019 campaign, Lebanon wore a red kit (manufactured by Capelli Sport) with white details and a white collar.  The Lebanese cedar, the country's national symbol, was present under the team logo in a darker shade of red.  Since 2015 the team kit has been manufactured by Capelli Sport,  a sports brand founded by Lebanese-born entrepreneur George Altirs.  Previous manufacturers include Diadora and Adidas.  Home stadium The Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium in 2018 The Lebanese national team play their home games in various stadiums throughout the country. Qatar U23 vs Jordan U23 Match Prediction & Tips May 26, 2022 — Qatar U23 will win this match. To add to the In-Play excitement, bet365 stream over 200,000 events live to your PC every year - so you can bet ... Average Hassan Maatouk (list) 0. 21 0. 32 0. 24 Mohamad Ghaddar 19 46 0. 41 2006–2017 Levon Altounian 18 1956–1967 Haitham Zein 17 50 0. 34 1997–2004 Mahmoud El Ali 0. 26 2007–2012 0. 17 9 Mardik Tchaparian 1956–1963 Joseph Abou Mrad 0. 48 1953–1967 Competitive record Overview Event 1st place 2nd place 3rd place World Cup 0 Asian Cup WAFF Championship Summer Olympics Asian Games FIFA World Cup Lebanon's match against South Korea at the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers Although the Lebanese Football Association was formed in 1933,  Lebanon's first qualification campaign for the FIFA World Cup took place in the 1986 edition.  However, after playing four matches, Lebanon withdrew due to the ongoing civil war, and their results were subsequently annulled.  The country's first full qualification campaign came two editions later, in 1994, where they finished third in their group with two wins, four draws, and two losses. "Asian Nations Cup 2011". Retrieved 8 May 2020. ^ a b "Maldives 1–2 Lebanon". 23 April 2008. Archived from the original on 27 June 2009. Retrieved 24 March 2020. ^ a b "Lebanon make winning leap". 22 May 2008. Archived from the original on 6 September 2011. Retrieved 15 August 2012. ^ "2011 Asian Cup Qualification". Retrieved 9 December 2018. AFC Asian Cup U23 2024 live - results, fixtures, standings If you're searching for results from an other competition with the name AFC Asian Cup U23, please select your sport in the top menu or a category (country) on ...  Managed by Theo Bücker, Lebanon drew with Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Thailand in the first round of the 2002 World Cup qualifications.  The team, with good offense from Roda Antar, Haitham Zein, Vartan Ghazarian, and Gilberto dos Santos, finished second in their group with 26 goals in six games (the most in their group).  Under Richard Tardy,  Lebanon drew into Group D of the 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.  Lebanon also initially took part in the 1986 FIFA World Cup qualifiers; however, after playing four matches, Lebanon withdrew and their results were annulled.  In the 1988 Arab Cup, Lebanon were drawn with Egypt, Iraq, Tunisia, and Saudi Arabia.  They finished third in their group, with one win, two draws, and one defeat.  1993–2004: Post-Civil War and Asian Cup hosts Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium in 1982; it was destroyed during the Lebanese Civil War. In 1993 Lebanon played their first qualification campaign after the civil war, in the 1994 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, with Adnan Al Sharqi as their coach.  Their longest winning streak is 8 wins, and their highest unbeaten record is 16 consecutive official matches.  The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled. Win Draw Loss Fixture 2022 2023 2024 Players Current squad The following players were called up for the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualification matches against Palestine and Bangladesh on 16 and 21 November 2023.  Information correct as of 9 November 2023 Recent call-ups The following footballers were part of a national selection in the past 12 months, but are not part of the current squad. Qatar (U23) vs Jordan (U23), 21 November 2023, Welt Qatar (U23) vs Jordan (U23) on 21 November 2023 in Welt: Friendly on livescore.bz. Qatar (U23) vs Jordan (U23): head to head (h2h), results and live scores.