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

The Nepal national football team represents Nepal in international men’s football and is governed by the Nepal Football Association (ANFA).

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

Nepal National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)The Gorkhalis
AssociationAll Nepal Football Association
ConfederationAFC (Asia)
Sub-confederationSAFF (South Asia)
Head coachVacant
CaptainKiran Chemjong
Most capsRaju Kaji Shakya (91)
Top scorerHari Khadka
Nirajan Rayamajhi (13)
Home stadiumDasarath Rangasala Stadium

About Nepal National Football Team

The Nepal national football team (Nepali: नेपाल राष्ट्रिय फुटबल टोली) represents Nepal in international men’s football and is governed by the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA). A member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the Nepalese football team plays its home games at the Dasarath Rangasala Stadium in Kathmandu.

Nepal National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GKDeep Karki09-01-1998 (24)30Biratnagar City
GKBikesh Kuthu24-06-1993 (29)90Kathmandu Rayzrs
GKBishal Shrestha02-09-1992 (30)10Butal Lumbini
DFRohit Chand01-03-1992 (30)750Persik Kediri
DFBikash Khawas29-07-2001 (21)70Unattached
DFDinesh Rajbanshi04-04-1998 (24)250Pokhara Thunders
DFGautam Shrestha21-02-2000 (22)160Sporting Ilam De Mechi
DFAnanta Tamang17-01-1998 (24)462Chitwan
DFBikash Tamang27-01-1994 (28)30Lalitpur City
MFSesehang Aangdembe03-11-2000 (22)50Jhapa
MFSunil Bal01-01-1998 (24)211Kathmandu Rayzrs
MFArik Bista17-03-2000 (22)120Pokhara Thunders
MFAyush Ghalan21-02-2004 (18)101Chitwan
MFNishan Khadka26-01-1997 (25)20Jhapa
MFRitik KhadkaUnknown -Unknown -Unknown (own00Jhapa
MFTej Tamang14-02-1998 (24)221Sporting Ilam De Mechi
MFSuraj Jeu Thakuri19-12-2000 (21)90Birgunj United
MFPujan Uparkoti09-05-1996 (26)160Dhangadhi
FWAnjan Bista15-05-1998 (24)5110Jhapa
FWAwas LamichhaneUnknown -Unknown -Unknown (own00Biratnagar City
FWBimal Gharti Magar15-09-1997 (25)409Lalitpur City
FWNawayug Shrestha08-06-1990 (32)407Dhangadhi
FWSujal Shrestha05-02-1993 (29)462Pokhara Thunders

Nepal National Football Team Home Stadium

The team’s home ground is located at various locations around the country, one of which is the Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal. With a capacity for 18,000 spectators, all beautifully seated. It is the largest stadium in Nepal. It is named after Dashrath Chand, one of the martyrs of Nepal.

More recently, the stadium was used as the main venue for the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup and the 2013 SAFF Championship, with Halchowk Stadium also hosting some of the matches.

Nepal National Football Team Home Stadium

Nepal National Football Team Kit

The national team kit employs a tricolour of red, blue, and white to reflect the colours of the Nepalese national flag. Red is used for home games and blue for away games. The pattern of some kits reflects the triangular shape of the flag, namely the 2013 kit. Nepal’s kits are mostly template kits, as opposed to team-specific custom kits. This is because the Nepalese national team is not lucrative enough to afford team partnership deals with manufacturers.

Nepal National Football Team Kit

Nepal National Football Team world rankings

Dec ‘2023#173Nepal
Dec ‘2020#171Nepal
Dec ‘2019#170Nepal
Dec ‘2018#161Nepal

Nepal National Football Team trophies


  • AFC Solidarity Cup
    • Champions (1): 2016


  • South Asian Games
    • Champions (2): 1984, 1993
    • Runners-up (2): 1987, 1999
    • Third place (1): 1985
  • SAFF Championship
    • Runners-up (1): 2021
    • Third place (1): 1993


  • ANFA Cup
    • Champions (1): 1987
  • Bangabandhu Cup
    • Champions (1): 2016
  • Three Nations Cup
    • Champions (1): 2021


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