Yemen national football team

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Yemen
Nickname -
AssociationYemen Football Association
Head coach Ahmad Al-Raea
Most caps?
Top scorer?
FIFA codeYEM
FIFA ranking 138
Highest FIFA ranking 90 (August 1993)
Lowest FIFA ranking 163 (July 2000)
Elo ranking 145
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Home kit
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Away kit
First international
Image:Flag of Sudan (1956-1970).svg Sudan 9 - 0 North Yemen Image:Flag of North Yemen.svg
(Egypt, September 5, 1965)
Image:Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia 0 - 1 Yemen Image:Flag of Yemen.svg
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; September 8, 1990)
Largest win
Image:Flag of Yemen.svg Yemen 11 - 2 Bhutan Image:Flag of Bhutan.svg
(Kuwait City, Kuwait; February 18, 2000)
Worst defeat
Image:Flag of Libya.svg Libya 16 - 1 North Yemen Image:Flag of North Yemen.svg
(Egypt, September ?, 1965)
Image:Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia 7 - 0 Yemen Image:Flag of Yemen.svg
(Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; October 6, 2003)

The Yemen national football team is the national team of Yemen and is controlled by the Yemen Football Association.

When the nation was split into North Yemen and South Yemen before 1990, two national teams existed. After unification, the Yemen national football team is considered the successor of the North Yemen team (similar to the Germany national football team considered as the successor of the West Germany team after reunification). See the article South Yemen national football team for details on the South Yemen team.

Yemen (or North Yemen) has never appeared in the World Cup or the Asian Cup. The only appearance by any Yemeni team in the Asian Cup was that by South Yemen in 1976.

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