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The Zimbabwe national football team also known as The Warriors represents Zimbabwe in men's international football and is controlled by the Zimbabwe Football Association. The team has never qualified for FIFA World Cups but has qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations tournaments five times. Zimbabwe has also won the COSAFA Cup for a record of six times. The team represents both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

In 2004, Zimbabwe qualified for their first African Cup of Nations. In 2015, the Zimbabwe national football team was banned from participating in the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign due to an unpaid debt to former coach, Jose Claudinei. At the time, the team was experiencing its strongest period for many years, qualifying for both the 2017 and 2019  African Cup of Nations.

The Warriors Head Coach is Norman Mapeza (interim) and the team's home stadium is National Sports Stadium. Most Caps player was John Phiri with 118 Appearances, The team all-time highest goal scorer was also Peter Ndlovu with 37 goals. Their current captain is Knowledge Musona who is currently playing as a Left Winger or Forward for Saudi Professional League Club Al-Tai.

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