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Mongolia national football team results

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This article details the fixtures and results of the Mongolia national football team. The Mongolian national football team represents the republic of Mongolia in international football under the Mongolian Football Federation. Founded in 1959 the association was inactive between 1960 and 1998 when the team did not feature in any international fixtures. From the few games played since 1998, Mongolians have won only nine games played against five different nations within the AFC (four against Guam, two against Macau and one each against Myanmar, Northern Mariana Islands and the Philippines). They are also one of only two FIFA affiliated teams (the other being American Samoa) to have ever lost to Guam. The Mongolian Football Federation is in the Asian Football Confederation and the East Asian Football Federation.[1][2][3]

Currently, the presence of so-called "Legioners" in Mongolian teams is commonplace in other teams of players from Nigeria, Brazil, Canada, Singapore and South Korea. As a result of the Asian Champions League, Mongolia not qualified for the group stage goals, missed the last minute of the final match. In club competition draws never been able to get through to the second round of the Asian Cup. Last year, the President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj met with FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who noted the progress of the Mongolian football players. He said that he knows that Mongolia is not easy to play football, as most of the year, the country remains cool weather. But despite this, he is satisfied the growing interest of Mongolian kids and youth football in recent years.[4]


Now the country is actively build football stadiums and open children's sections, coaches and referees are trained to FIFA. The success of the youth teams from Mongolia said the fifth 14-year-old Mongolian players at the prestigious international tournament Gothia cup in Sweden. The head of "Erchim" klub Badnasan said, that today's 10-year-olds will play in the future better than the legionaries.[5][6][7]

Fixtures and results

Date Tournament Location Home Team Score Away Team Scorers
8 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Saudi Arabia
6:0[8]
Mongolia
10 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Vietnam
1:0[9]
Mongolia
12 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Bangladesh
3:0[10]
Mongolia
15 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Saudi Arabia
6:0
Mongolia
17 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Vietnam
4:0
Mongolia
19 February 2001
2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
Dammam  Bangladesh
2:2
Mongolia
Davaa Bayarzorig Goal 36'
Bold Buman-Uchral Goal 90+4'
22 February 2003
2003 East Asian Football Championship
Hong Kong  Macau
2:0
Mongolia
24 February 2003
2003 East Asian Football Championship
Hong Kong Mongolia
2:0
 Guam
Ganbaatar Tugsbayar Goal 52'
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 59'
26 February 2003
2003 East Asian Football Championship
Hong Kong  Chinese Taipei
4:0
Mongolia
28 February 2003
2003 East Asian Football Championship
Hong Kong  Hong Kong
10:0
Mongolia
25 April 2003
2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
Thimphu Mongolia
5:0
 Guam
Ganbat Bat-Yalalt Goal 20'
Ganbaatar Tugsbayar Goal 26'52'90'
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 61'
27 April 2003
2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
Thimphu  Bhutan
0:0
Mongolia
29 November 2003
2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
Ulan Bator Mongolia
0:1
 Maldives
3 December 2003
2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
Malé  Maldives
12:0
Mongolia
5 March 2005
2005 East Asian Football Championship
Taipei  Hong Kong
6:0
Mongolia
7 March 2005
2005 East Asian Football Championship
Taipei  North Korea
6:0
Mongolia
9 March 2005
2005 East Asian Football Championship
Taipei Mongolia
4:1
 Guam
Ganbaatar Tugsbayar Goal 31'34'
Davaa Bayarzorig Goal 46'
Bold Buman-Uchral Goal 81'
13 March 2005
2005 East Asian Football Championship
Taipei  Chinese Taipei
0:0
Mongolia
17 June 2007
2008 East Asian Football Championship
Macau  Macau
0:0
Mongolia
19 June 2007
2008 East Asian Football Championship
Macau  North Korea
7:0
Mongolia
23 June 2007
2008 East Asian Football Championship
Macau  Guam
2:5
Mongolia
Carlo Rey Tambora Goal 24' (o.g.)
Davaa Bayarzorig Goal 37'42'
Garidmagnai Bayasgalan Goal 45+1'
Anar Batchuluun Goal 75'
21 October 2007
2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
Ulan Bator Mongolia
1:4
 North Korea
Odkhuu Selenge Goal 90+3'
28 October 2007
2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
Pyongyang  North Korea
5:1
Mongolia
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 41'
11 March 2009
East Asian Football Championship 2010
Yona Guam
1:0
Mongolia
13 March 2009
East Asian Football Championship 2010
Yona Macau
1:2
Mongolia
Norjmoo Tsedenbal Goal 67'
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 69'
15 March 2009
East Asian Football Championship 2010
Yona Northern Mariana Islands
1:4
Mongolia
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 16'
Gerelt-Od Sukhbaatar Goal 42'
Norjmoo Tsedenbal Goal 71'
Mungunsukh Battsagaan Goal 90'
7 April 2009
2010 AFC Challenge Cup Qualifier
Macau Macau
2:0
Mongolia
14 April 2009
2010 AFC Challenge Cup Qualifier
Ulan Bator Mongolia
3:1
Macau
Murun Altankhuyag Goal 55'
Geofredo de Sousa Goal 77' (o.g.)
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 89'
9 February 2011
2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualifier
Bacolod  Philippines
2:0
Mongolia
15 March 2011
2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualifier
Ulan Bator Mongolia
2:1
 Philippines
Donorov Lumbengarav Goal 22'
Garidmagnai Bayasgalan Goal 34'
29 June 2011
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
Ulan Bator Mongolia
1:0 [11]
 Myanmar
Tsend-Ayush Khurelbaatar Goal 48'
3 July 2011
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
Yangon  Myanmar
2:0 [12]
Mongolia

References

  1. ^ EAFF. "Agenda and Decisions of 6th Ordinary Congress and 33rd and 34th Executive Committee Meeting". EAFF. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  2. ^ Földesi, László. "International Goals of Mongolia". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-01-12. 
  3. ^ Courtney, Barrie. "Mongolia – List of International Matches". RSSSF. Retrieved 2010-11-19. 
  4. ^ «Эрчим» клуб «PRESIDENT CUP»-д оролцохоор бэлтгэж байна (Mongolian)
  5. ^ Бурятский футболист стал чемпионом Монголии (in Русский). Archived from the original on 2012-11-01. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  6. ^ Эрчим" Азийн хөлбөмбөгийн холбооны ерөнхийлөгчийн цомд""" (in Монгол). Archived from the original on 2012-11-01. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  7. ^ «Эрчим» 2012 оны Монголын Хөлбөмбөгийн холбооны цомын аварга
  8. ^ "The 2002 Soccer World Cup Site for Southern Africa". Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  9. ^ "Mongolia - List of International Matches". Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  10. ^ "Philippine Azkals win over Bangladesh, 3-0". Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  11. ^ http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/preliminaries/asia/matches/round=257783/match=300159171/index.html
  12. ^ http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/preliminaries/asia/matches/round=257783/match=300159179/index.html
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