Djibouti National Football Team 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Djibouti National Football Team Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

The Djibouti national football team represents the country of Djibouti in international football (soccer) competitions. However, the team has not had much success on the international stage and is considered one of the weaker teams in Africa.

The team has never qualified for the World Cup or the African Cup of Nations, the two largest international football competitions. In recent years, the team has struggled to compete against other nations in the region, but it continues to participate in international matches and competitions in an effort to improve and gain experience.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Djibouti National Football Team 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Djibouti National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)Riverains de la Mer Rouge (Shoremen of the Red Sea)
AssociationDjiboutian Football Federation
ConfederationCAF (Africa)
(East & Central Africa)
Head coachSir Fredrick II
CaptainDaoud Wais
Most capsDaoud Wais (34)
Top scorerMahdi Houssein Mahabeh (7)
Home stadiumEl Hadj Hassan Gouled Aptidon Stadium

About Djibouti National Football Team

The Djibouti national football team, nicknamed the Riverains de la Mer Rouge (“Red Sea Beachers”), is the national football team of Djibouti. It is controlled by the Djibouti Football Federation and is a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the Union of Arab Football Associations (UAFA). The Djibouti national football team’s first victory in a FIFA-sanctioned full international match was a 1–0 win against Somalia in the first round of 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification.

Djibouti National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GKInnocent Mbonihankuye05-11-1996 (25)190AS Port
GKOmar Mahamoud19-10-2001 (20)00Dikhil
GKYahya Houssein07-04-2002 (20)00AS Port
DFAli Youssouf Farada25-08-1995 (27)221Dikhil
DFIbrahim Aden Warsama12-05-1998 (24)151AS Port
DFYabe Siad Isman12-03-1998 (24)151Arta Solar 7
DFMoussa Araita24-07-1997 (25)60Dikhil
DFIbrahim Ali Mohamed14-10-1996 (25)20Arta Solar 7
DFMoustapha Abdi Osman08-01-1992 (30)10Garde Républicaine FC
MFWarsama Hassan17-03-1999 (23)161Sliema Wanderers
MFSaleh Bourhan Hassan19-12-1996 (25)110AS Port
MFYoussouf Abdi Ahmed11-10-1997 (24)71ASAS Télécom
MFAhmed Youssouf01-09-1998 (24)70AS Port
MFMogueh Idriss01-01-2000 (22)20AS Arta/Solar7
MFFahmi Moussa25-04-1996 (26)20AS Arta/Solar7
MFSamatar Mohamed10-10-1995 (26)10Garde Républicaine FC
FWMahdi Houssein Mahabeh20-12-1995 (26)226ASAS Télécom
FWHamza Abdi Idleh16-12-1991 (30)202FC Dikhil
FWDoualeh Mahamoud Elabeh11-11-1991 (30)190Arta Solar 7
FWMohamed Fouad Mohamed25-02-2000 (22)120AS Port
FWSamuel Akinbinu06-06-1999 (23)92Arta Solar 7
FWOmar Abdallah30-10-2002 (19)20Garde Républicaine

Djibouti National Football Team Home Stadium

El Hadj Hassan Gouled Aptidon Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Djibouti City, Djibouti. It is currently reserved mainly for football matches. The stadium has the capacity to hold up to 20,000 fans. Since April 2007, the Stade has had an artificial turf pitch courtesy of FIFA’s Win in Africa development program. It is currently the stadium of the Djibouti national football team. The stadium is home to many sports federations in Djibouti, including the Djibouti Football Federation.

Djibouti National Football Team

Djibouti National Football Team Kit

Djibouti National Football Team 1

Djibouti National Football Team world rankings

Current189 (6 December 2023)
Highest169 (December 1994)
Lowest207 (April–July 2015, November 2015)

Djibouti National Football Team trophies



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