Tunisia - Tunisia


Tunisia national football team represents Tunisia men's international football and it was founded in 1957 after the Tunisian independence in 1956. Tunisia is also known as The Eagles of Carthage. The team's colours are red and white, and the Bald eagle as its symbol.  Most of Tunisia's home matches are played at the Stade Hammadi Agrebi in Rades since 2001. Tunisia team represents both FIFA at the world tournament and the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF).

They have since qualified for three World Cups in succession, in 1998, 2002, and 2006, before appearing at the last world cup edition held in Russia in 2018. Tunisia has long-standing football rivalries with North African teams in the likes of Egypt, Morocco, and Algeria. Tunisia is one of the most successful African national teams in competitions, having won one African Cup of Nations, as tournament host in 2004. They have also been the runners-up twice in 1965 as the host and 1996, held in South Africa. Although Tunisia has won the AFCON CUP once and participated in four Summer Olympics and five World Cups, the Tunisians have never progressed past the group stage of either the Olympics or the World Cup.


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