The Egyptian national football team also known as the Pharaohs is governed by the Egypt Football Association (EFA) which represents men's international football. The team is a member of both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football Football (CAF).
The national football team of Egypt is the most successful team in the African Cup of Nations, having won the tournament with a record of seven times, including the inaugural edition in 1957. Egypt is also considered one of Africa's powerhouses, being one of three teams in the continent that has reached the top 10. On the international stage, Egypt has so far made only three appearances in the World Cup in 1934, 1990, and 2018. Egypt was the first team outside the Americas and Europe to participate in the World Cup.
The Pharaoh Head Coach is Carlos Quieroz (former Manchester United Assistant Coach) and the team's historical home stadium is Cairo International Stadium, although matches are sometimes played at Borg El Arab in Alexandria. Most Caps player was Ahmed Hassan with 184 Appearance, Their team all-time highest goal scorer was Hossam Hassan with 68. The Pharaoh's current captain is Mohamed Salah who currently plays for Liverpool Football Club in England Premier League.