Tunisia Score
African Nations Cup
Tunisia 2
Nigeria 1
0
1
L
Senegal 1
Tunisia 2
0
0
D
Madagascar 1
Tunisia
0
3
W
Ghana 3
Tunisia 2
1
1
D
Mauritania 3
Tunisia 2
0
0
D
Tunisia 3
Mali 3
1
1
D
Tunisia 2
Angola 1
1
1
D
International Friendly
Tunisia 1
Burundi 3
2
1
W
Croatia 1
Tunisia 1
1
2
W
Tunisia 1
Iraq 2
2
0
W
Tunisia Fixtures
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Tunisia Player
# Name Position
1
Farouk Ben Mustapha Goalkeeper
2
Wajdi Kechrida Defender
3
Dylan Bronn Midfielder
4
Yassine Meriah Defender
5
Oussama Haddadi Defender
6
Rami Bedoui Defender
7
Youssef Msakni Midfielder
8
Firas Chaouat Centre Back
9
Anice Badri Forward
10
Wahbi Khazri Midfielder
11
Taha Yassine Khenissi Centre Forward
12
Ali Maaloul Defender
13
Ferjani Sassi Midfielder
14
Mohamed Drager Defender
15
Marc Martin Lamti Midfielder
16
Ali-Azouz Mathlouthi Goalkeeper
17
Ellyes Skhiri Midfielder
18
Bassem Srarfi Forward
19
Aymen Ben Mahmoud Midfielder
20
Ayman Ben Mohamed Midfielder
22
Moez Ben Cherifia Goalkeeper
23
Naim Sliti Forward
24
Nassim Hnid Midfielder
40
Mouez Hassen Goalkeeper
 
Fakhreddine Ben Youssef Forward
 
Ghailan Chaalali Midfielder
 
Hamdi Harbaoui Centre Back
 
Hamza Mathlouthi Right Back
 
Syam Ben Youssef Defender
 
Larry Azouni Centre Back
 
Karim Aouadhi Midfielder
 
Mohamed Amine Ben Amor Forward
 
Yohan Benalouane Defender
 
Ghilane Chalali Midfielder
 
Yassine Chamakhi Centre Back
 
Hamdi Nagguez Attacking Midfield
 
Saber Khalifa Forward
 
Ghazi Ayadi Left Back
 
Saif-Eddine Khaoui Midfielder
 
Nabil Maaloul Coach
About Tunisia
Tunisia logo
  • Name: Tunisia
  • Home Stadium: Olympique Stadium of Rades
  • Established Date: 1923-01-01
  • Coach: Nabil Maaloul
Tunisia is the national team representing Tunisia in association football since their maiden match in 1957. The squad is under the global jurisdiction of FIFA and is governed in Africa by CAF. It is governed by the Tunisian Football Federation , founded in 1957 after the Tunisian independence in 1956. Tunisia is a notorious case as this is one of the most successful and frequent participant in major African competitions, yet fails to deliver the same expectation outside Africa. Although Tunisia has won one AFCON and participated in four Summer Olympics and five FIFA World Cup, the Tunisians have all failed to progress beyond the group stage of Olympics and World Cup.