|Nickname(s)||Tebuan (The Wasps)|
|Association||Football Association of Brunei Darussalam|
|Head coach||Yunos Yusof|
(Malaysia; 15 August 1996)
(Bangkok, Thailand; 29 August 2008)
(Bangkok, Thailand; 20 April 2012)
|AFC Futsal Championship|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2002 )|
|Best result||Round 1, 2002|
|AFF Futsal Championship|
|Appearances||13 (First in 2001 )|
|Best result||4th place, (2001, 2005 and 2008)|
The Brunei national futsal team is controlled by the Football Association of Brunei Darussalam, the governing body for futsal in Brunei and represents the country in international futsal competitions.
The National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam was the governing body of football in Brunei, controlled the Brunei national team.
Brunei, officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace, is a country located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Apart from its coastline with the South China Sea, the sovereign state is completely surrounded by the Malaysian state of Sarawak. It is separated into two parts by the Sarawak district of Limbang. Brunei is the only sovereign state completely on the island of Borneo; the remainder of the island's territory is divided between the nations of Malaysia and Indonesia. Brunei's population was 423,196 in 2016.
Futsal is a variant of association football played on a hard court, smaller than a football pitch, and mainly indoors. It can be considered a version of five-a-side football.
The 1989 FIFA Futsal World Championship was held in the Netherlands and won by Brazil. It was the first world championship held under the aegis of football's world governing body.
The 1992 edition of the FIFA Futsal World Championship was held in British Hong Kong. It was the second world championship held under the aegis of football's world governing body.
The 1996 edition of the FIFA Futsal World Championship was held in Spain. It was the third world championship held under the aegis of football's world governing body.
The 1999 AFC Futsal Championship was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 5 March to 10 March 1999.
The 2000 AFC Futsal Championship was held in Bangkok, Thailand from 5 May to 12 May 2000. The tournament acted as a qualifying tournament for the 2000 FIFA Futsal World Championship in Guatemala.
The 2001 AFC Futsal Championship was held in Tehran, Iran from 14 July to 20 July 2001.
From the very start of the tournament, Thailand looked good for the title.
The 2003 AFF Futsal Championship was held in Kuantan, Malaysia from 1 July to 6 July 2003. Cambodia were the original hosts for this edition of the tournament but were unable to get their venue ready in time. Subsequently, the ASEAN Football Federation requested Malaysia to take over as hosts.
The 2005 ASEAN Futsal Championship was the third edition of the tournament. It was held in Bangkok, Thailand from 2 May to 7 May 2005.
The following players were called up for the 2018 AFF Futsal Championship in Indonesia on 5-11 November 2018.
The 2018 AFF Futsal Championship will be the 15th edition of the tournament. The tournament will be held in November 2018 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia, is a country in Southeast Asia, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is the world's largest island country, with more than seventeen thousand islands, and at 1,904,569 square kilometres, the 14th largest by land area and the 7th largest in combined sea and land area. With over 261 million people, it is the world's 4th most populous country as well as the most populous Muslim-majority country. Java, the world's most populous island, contains more than half of the country's population.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club|
|2||GK||Syed Abdul Mu'iz Syed Anatullah|
|15||GK||Abu Yazid Abu Samah|
|3||DF||Fakhri Bangkul||8 June 1990|
|4||DF||Abdul Khaaliq Lazim||1 May 1998|
|5||DF||Abdul Azim Zaini||30 November 1998|
|6||DF||Maziri Maidin (c)||7 July 1991|
|7||MF||Nor Azizam Roslan||25 November 1990|
|8||MF||Naqib Timbang||29 November 1990|
|9||FW||Abdul Azim Boll Hassan||15 August 1997|
|10||MF||Abdul Khabiir Ismail||12 November 1991|
|11||FW||Abi Syarillizam Sabtu||8 November 1994|
|12||MF||Azizul Hakim Hassan|
|13||MF||Khalil Saab||29 July 1989|
Haji Mohammad Yunos bin Haji Mohammad Yusof is a Bruneian former national football player and current futsal coach. He was once a goalkeeper renowned for his superb agility and dexterity at his time with the Brunei representative team playing in the Malaysia leagues, and ended his career on a high by winning the 1999 Malaysia Cup.
Haji Mohammad Rosanan bin Abdullah Samak is a Bruneian football coach and former player, who played as a striker most notably with the Brunei team that played in the Malaysian league in the 1990s. He was a member of the team that won the 1999 Malaysia Cup, which is regarded as Brunei football's crowning achievement.
Mehmet Fatih Kale is a Turkish Football and Futsal coach, and known for his contributions to the development of Women's Futsal in Asia. In 2014, Kale established the first ever women's National Team for the Chinese Taipei Football Association. His ideas on the "Physiological differences between Men and Women", argues that the execution of tactics in Women's game should not be same as Men's game, and new tactics and strategies should be innovated specifically for women. He was the Technical Director of Futsal Department at Chinese Taipei Football association for a short period of six months in 2017. Kale was granted Republic of China citizenship in January 2018 due to his contributions to the sports in the country.
|26 October 2017Group A|| Brunei ||0–13||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|12:00 UTC+07:00||Report (AFC)||Stadium: Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City |
Referee: Osama Saeed Idrees (Bahrain)
|27 October 2017Group A|| Indonesia ||9–0||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|17:00 UTC+07:00||Report (AFC)||Stadium: Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City |
Referee: Husein Mahmoud Khalaileh (Jordan)
|29 October 2017Group A|| Brunei ||0–18||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|19:00 UTC+07:00||Report (AFC)||Stadium: Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City |
Referee: Husain Ali Al-Bahhar (Bahrain)
|30 October 2017Group A|| Philippines ||0–5||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|16:00 UTC+07:00||Report (AFC)||Stadium: Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City |
Referee: Vahid Arzpeyma Mohammreh (Iran)
|5 November 2018Group B|| Vietnam ||9–0||Yogyakarta, Indonesia|
|18:00 UTC+07:00||Report||Stadium: GOR UNY, Yogyakarta |
Referee: Wahyu Wicaksono (Indonesia)
|6 November 2018Group B|| Brunei ||0–17||Yogyakarta, Indonesia|
|18:00 UTC+07:00||Report||Stadium: GOR UNY, Yogyakarta |
Referee: Saing Sopheak Cambodia
The AFF Futsal Championship or ASEAN Futsal Championship is an international futsal competition of the Southeast Asian nations and is sanctioned by the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF). It was first held in 2001 which took place every two years only until 2005, when it became an annual competition. This is one of the top futsal competitions of Asia, with the top teams of Asian futsal, Thailand and Vietnam.
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