Tajikistan national football team

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Tajikistan
Nickname -
AssociationTajikistan National
Football Federation
Head coach Sharif Nazarov
Most caps?
Top scorerTakhir Muminov - 10
FIFA codeTJK
FIFA ranking 119
Highest FIFA ranking 114 (July 1997)
Lowest FIFA ranking 180 (July 2003)
Elo ranking 103
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Home kit
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Away kit
First international
Image:Flag of Tajik SSR.svg Tajikistan 2 - 2 Uzbekistan Image:Flag of Uzbekistan.svg
(Dushanbe, Tajikistan; 17 June, 1992)
Largest win
Image:Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan 16 - 0 Guam Image:Flag of Guam.svg
(Tabriz, Iran; 26 November, 2000)
Worst defeat
Image:Flag of Iran.svg Iran 9 - 0 Tajikistan Image:Flag of Tajikistan.svg
(Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; April 10, 2005)

The Tajikistan national football team is the national team of Tajikistan and is controlled by the Tajikistan National Football Federation. After the split of Soviet Union, they played their first match against Uzbekistan on June 17, 1992.

They did not enter the World Cup qualifying competition until France 1998, recording four victories in their preliminary group stage including a 5-0 triumph over Turkmenistan before being knocked out by China.

In a three-team qualifying section for Korea/Japan 2002, they won by a record scoreline in an incredible 16-0 win over Guam before losing 2-0 to Iran. After beating Bangladesh 4-0 on aggregate in the preliminary round of qualifiers for Germany 2006, they held AFC Asian Cup semi-finalists and eventual group winners Bahrain to a goalless draw on 31 March 2004.

The team won its first international tournament in 2006, winning the inaugural AFC Challenge Cup beating Sri Lanka 4-0 at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka. Afterward, the team's world ranking rose from 141st place to 125th place.

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