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Oman national under-17 football team


Oman national under-17 football team

Oman national under-17 football team is the under 17 team on the who played for 1995 FIFA U-17 World Championship and 2001 FIFA U-17 World Championship. Their team got fourth place at the only U-17 football championship they participated in, losing 3-0 in the 3rd place playoff.[1]


  • 1995 U-17 World Championship 1
  • Group Stage 2
  • Knockouts 3
  • 2001 Football championship 4
  • Group Stage 5
  • References 6

1995 U-17 World Championship

They played 6 matches in all, with the results shown below.

Group Stage

August 4, 1995
Oman  2–1  Canada
Al-Kathiri Goal 43'62' (pen.) (Report) Bernier Goal 70'
Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra, Ibarra
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Pierre Mounguengui (GAB)

August 6, 1995
Brazil  0–0  Oman
Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra, Ibarra
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Vasyl Melnychuk (UKR)

August 9, 1995
Germany  0–3  Oman
(Report) Al-Kathiri Goal 4' (pen.)
Al-Siyabi Goal 81'87'


They played Nigeria in the Quarterfinals

August 12, 1995
Nigeria  1–2  Oman
Chukwueke Goal 13' (pen.) (Report) Al-Kathiri Goal 32'
Al-Dhabit Goal 49'
Estadio Reales Tamarindos, Portoviejo
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Hartmut Strampe (GER)

They Played Ghana in the Semifinals

August 17, 1995
Ghana  3–1  Oman
Ansah Goal 38'
Kamara Goal 54'
Iddrisu Goal 72'
(Report) Al-Kathiri 67'

They played Argentina in the third place match.

August 20, 1995
Oman  0–2  Argentina
(Report) Gatti Goal 20'
Cambiasso Goal 71'
Estadio Monumental, Guayaquil
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Said Belqola (MAR)

The Omanis got fourth place in the tournament.

2001 Football championship

The Omanis fared much worse, getting last place in their group.

Group Stage

September 15, 2001
Oman  1–2  Spain
Al Hinai Goal 22' (Report) F. Torres Goal 50'
Melli Goal 71'


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