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Mongolia national football team

Mongolia
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Хөх чононууд/чонос
(The Blue Wolves)
Улаан армийн
(The Red Army)
Association Mongolian Football Federation (MFF)
Sub-confederation EAFF (East Asia)
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Head coach Sanjmyataviin Purevsukh
Captain Bayasgalangiin Garidmagnai
Most caps Donorovyn Lümbengarav (31)
Top scorer Donorovyn Lümbengarav (7)[1]
Home stadium MFF Football Centre
FIFA code MNG
FIFA ranking
Current 203 Decrease 1 (1 October 2015)
Highest 160 (August 2011)
Lowest 205 (July 2015)
Elo ranking
Current 221
Highest 205 (22 November 2011, 2 March 2013)
Lowest 221 (17 March 2015)
First international
 North Vietnam 3–1 Mongolia
(Hanoi, North Vietnam; October 3, 1960)[2]
Biggest win
Mongolia 5–0 Guam 
(Thimphu, Bhutan; April 25, 2003)
Biggest defeat
 Uzbekistan 15–0 Mongolia
(Chiangmai, Thailand; December 5, 1998)
Mongolia against Timor Leste in 2015

The Mongolia national football team (Mongolian: Монголын хөлбөмбөгийн үндэсний шигшээ баг) 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 each against Macau and Northern Mariana Islands and one each against Myanmar and the Philippines). The Mongolian Football Federation is in the Asian Football Confederation and the East Asian Football Federation.

Contents

  • EAFF Suspension 1
  • Competition records 2
    • World Cup 2.1
    • Asian Cup 2.2
    • AFC Challenge Cup 2.3
    • East Asian Cup 2.4
  • Fixtures 3
  • Coaches 4
  • Current squad 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

EAFF Suspension

According to the voting outcome at AFC Congress held in January 2011, the Mongolian Football Federation was suspended to conduct any activities at the EAFF until EAFF Ordinary Congress of March 2014.[3] They were welcomed back to the federation at The 7th Ordinary Congress and 41st & 42nd Executive Committee Meeting.[4]

Competition records

World Cup

Asian Cup

  • 1956 to 1996Did not enter
  • 2000Did not qualify
  • 2004Did not qualify
  • 2007Did not enter
  • 2011Did not qualify
  • 2015Did not qualify
  • 2019Did not qualify

AFC Challenge Cup

East Asian Cup

  • 2003Did not qualify (4th place in qualifiers)
  • 2005Did not qualify (4th place in qualifiers)
  • 2008Did not qualify (5th place in qualifiers)
  • 2010Did not qualify (2nd place in qualifiers)
  • 2013Suspended
  • 2015Did not qualify (3rd place in Preliminary)

Fixtures

      Win       Draw       Loss

Date Location Opponent Score* Competition
2015
12 March Dili  Timor-Leste 1–4 2018 World Cup qualifying
17 March Ulan Bator  Timor-Leste 0–1 2018 World Cup qualifying

Coaches

Name Nat Period Matches Wins Draws Losses Win %
Pavel Aleksandrovich Sevastyanov 1958–1960 ? ? ? ? ?%
1961 – 1992,
1994 – 1997
national football team does not exist
Lkhamsürengiin Dorjsüren 1993, 1998[5] ? ? ? ? ?%
Luvsandorjiin Sandagdorj Feb 1999 – Jan 2000 ? ? ? ? ?%
Ishdorjiin Otgonbayar Jan 2000 – Jan 2011 31 7 4 21 17%
Sandagdorjiin Erdenebat Jan 2011 – July 2014 4 2 0 2 50%
Vojislav Bralušić July 2014 – Jan 2015 3 1 0 2 33.4%
Sanjmyataviin Purevsukh Jan 2015 – present 2 0 0 2 0%

Current squad

Squad selected for 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification.[6]
0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Yuragiin Sainkhüü (1986-11-14) November 14, 1986 4 0 Selenge Press
21 1GK Ariunbold Batsaikhan (1990-04-03) April 3, 1990 1 0 Erchim
22 1GK Batbayaryn Batsuuri (1989-09-09) September 9, 1989 0 0 Unattached
2 2DF Turbat Daginaa 0 0 Khoromkhon
3 2DF Tserenjavyn Enkhjargal (1984-10-26) October 26, 1984 21 0 Erchim
4 2DF Ganboldyn Bilgüün (1983-04-02) April 2, 1983 1 0 Erchim
5 2DF Bayasgalangiin Garidmagnai (Captain) (1985-09-17) September 17, 1985 21 2 Selenge Press
13 2DF Batmönkhiin Erkhembayar (1985-12-08) December 8, 1985 1 1 Erchim
15 2DF Munkhbayar Bayanjargal 0 0 Khoromkhon
6 3MF Norjmoogiin Tsedenbal (1988-09-12) September 12, 1988 9 2 Ulaanbaatar University
7 3MF Mönkh-Erdeniin Tögöldör (1991-02-23) February 23, 1991 1 0 Erchim
10 3MF Khürelbaataryn Tsend-Ayuush (1990-02-20) February 20, 1990 6 1 Ulaanbaatar University
12 3MF Altansukh Erdenebayar (1988-01-13) January 13, 1988 1 0 Khangarid
14 3MF Amgalangiin Chinzorig (1987-12-28) December 28, 1987 4 0 FC Ulaanbaatar
18 3MF Altanzuliin Ulsbold 0 0 Khoromkhon
19 3MF Pagamsürengiin Altantulga (1988-02-05) February 5, 1988 3 0 Ulaanbaatar University
20 3MF Gandelger Ganbold (1995-08-08) August 8, 1995 0 0 Unattached
23 3MF Batboldyn Tögsbileg (1990-07-03) July 3, 1990 1 0 Erchim
8 4FW Murun Altankhuyag (1989-09-21) September 21, 1989 10 1 FK Mačva Šabac
9 4FW Ganbaataryn Tögsbayar (1985-05-13) May 13, 1985 24 6 Selenge Press
11 4FW Naranbold Nyam-Osor (1992-02-22) February 22, 1992 0 0 Khoromkhon
16 4FW Altansukhiin Tsolmon (1994-04-29) April 29, 1994 Erchim
17 4FW Soyol-Erdene Gal-Erden (1996-03-16) March 16, 1996 3 1 Erchim
24 4FW G. Gan-Erdene (1996-01-01) January 1, 1996 0 0 FC Ulaanbaatar

References

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  5. ^ Asian Coaches Year : Mongolia – AFC.com
  6. ^ National Football Team was announced

External links

  • Official Website (Mongolian)
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