Lebanon national under-17 football team

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Lebanon under-17
Nickname(s) منتخب الناشئين (The Junior Team)
Association Lebanon Football Association
(الاتحاد اللبناني لكرة القدم)
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Sub-confederation WAFF (West Asia)
Head coachMohamed Diab
Home stadiumVarious
FIFA code LBN
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First colours
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Second colours
First international
Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 2–4 Qatar  Flag of Qatar.svg
(Tehran, Iran; 25 June 2000)
Biggest win
Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 7–2 Kyrgyzstan  Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg
(Tehran, Iran; 1 July 2000)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 0–9 Qatar  Flag of Qatar.svg
(Qatar; 13 October 2003)

The Lebanon national under-17 football team (Arabic : منتخب لبنان تحت 17 سنة لكرة القدم) is the national under-17 football team of Lebanon and is controlled by the Lebanese Football Association. The team also serves as the national under-16 and national under-15 football teams of Lebanon.

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While the team is yet to qualify for both the FIFA U-17 World Cup and the AFC U-17 Asian Cup, they participate in the WAFF U-15 Championship. The team has produced several senior nationals, such as Jad Noureddine and Mohamad Kdouh. [1]

Competitive record

FIFA U-17 World Cup

FIFA U-17 World Cup recordQualification record
Host nation(s)
and year
RoundPosPldWDLGFGASquadOutcomePldWDLGFGA
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 1985 Did not enterDid not enter
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg 1987
Flag of Scotland.svg 1989
Flag of Italy.svg 1991
Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg 1993
Flag of Ecuador.svg 1995
Flag of Egypt.svg 1997
Flag of New Zealand.svg 1999
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg 2001 Did not qualifyThe 2000 AFC U-17 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of Finland.svg 2003 WithdrewWithdrew
Flag of Peru.svg 2005 Did not qualifyThe 2004 AFC U-17 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg 2007 The 2006 AFC U-17 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of Nigeria.svg 2009 The 2008 AFC U-16 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of Mexico.svg 2011 The 2010 AFC U-16 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2013 WithdrewWithdrew
Flag of Chile.svg 2015 Did not qualifyThe 2014 AFC U-16 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of India.svg 2017 The 2016 AFC U-16 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of Brazil.svg 2019 The 2018 AFC U-16 Championship served as the qualifying tournament
Flag of Peru.svg 2023 To be determinedThe 2023 AFC U-17 Asian Cup will serve as the qualifying tournament
Total0/19Total

AFC U-17 Asian Cup

AFC U-17 Asian Cup recordQualification record
Host nation(s)
and year
RoundPosPldWDLGFGASquadOutcomePldWDLGFGA
Flag of Qatar.svg 1985 Did not enterDid not enter
Flag of Qatar.svg 1986
Flag of Thailand.svg 1988
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 1990
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg 1992
Flag of Qatar.svg 1994
Flag of Thailand.svg 1996
Flag of Qatar.svg 1998
Flag of Vietnam.svg 2000 Did not qualify4th of 54103913
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2002 WithdrewWithdrew
Flag of Japan.svg 2004 Did not qualify3rd of 32002010
Flag of Singapore.svg 2006 3rd of 3200229
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg 2008 4th of 65203915
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg 2010 5th of 54004112
Flag of Iran.svg 2012 WithdrewWithdrew
Flag of Thailand.svg 2014 Did not qualify4th of 54103616
Flag of India.svg 2016 4th of 43003211
Flag of Malaysia.svg 2018 4th of 5410338
Flag of Bahrain.svg 2020 4th of 4300349
Flag of Bahrain.svg 2023 To be determinedTo be determined
Total0/18Total31502636103

Arab Cup U-17

Arab Cup U-17 record
Host nation(s)
and year
RoundPosPldWDLGFGASquad
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg 2011 Did not participate
Flag of Tunisia.svg 2012
Flag of Qatar.svg 2014
Flag of Morocco.svg 2021 To be determined
TotalBest: N/A0/3000000

WAFF U-15 Championship

WAFF U-15 Championship record
Host nation(s)
and year
RoundPosPldWDLGFGASquad
Flag of Iran.svg 2005 3rd-4th place round4th of 62013314
Flag of Syria.svg 2007 Group stage5th of 54013220
Flag of Jordan.svg 2009 Did not participate
Flag of Palestine.svg 2013
Flag of Jordan.svg 2015
Flag of Jordan.svg 2018
Flag of Jordan.svg 2019 7th-9th place round8th of 9410334
TotalBest: fourth place3/710129838

Recent results and fixtures

2020

12 November 2020 (2020-11-12) Friendly Qatar U16  Flag of Qatar.svg3–1Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon U16 Doha, Qatar
Report
Stadium: Aspire Dome
15 November 2020 (2020-11-15) Friendly Qatar U16  Flag of Qatar.svg2–1Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon U16 Doha, Qatar
Report Stadium: Aspire Dome

2021

22 June 2021 (2021-06-22) Friendly Armenia U15  Flag of Armenia.svg2–3Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon U16 Yerevan, Armenia
11:00  UTC+4
Report
Stadium: Yerevan Football Academy Stadium
24 June 2021 (2021-06-24) Friendly Lebanon U16  Flag of Lebanon.svg2–4Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan U16 Armenia
18:00  UTC+4

Players

Current squad

The following 23 players were called up for the friendly games against Qatar, on 12 and 15 November 2020. [2]

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)Club
11 GK Rami Majalli Flag of Lebanon.svg Ahed
221 GK Sharif Azaki Flag of Lebanon.svg Ahed
231 GK Antoine Al Hajj Flag of Lebanon.svg BFA

22 DF Hassan Chemali Flag of Lebanon.svg Tadamon Sour
32 DF Mohamad Safwan Flag of Lebanon.svg Bourj
42 DF Zakaria Chalhoub Flag of Lebanon.svg Shabab Ghazieh
52 DF Karim Khanafer Flag of Lebanon.svg FC Beirut
122 DF Ali Rida Ismail Flag of Lebanon.svg Nejmeh
132 DF Christian Abdel Malak Flag of Lebanon.svg BFA
152 DF Abbas Kanso Flag of Lebanon.svg Ahed

63 MF Mahmoud Zbib Flag of Lebanon.svg Ahed
83 MF Ali Al Fadel Flag of Lebanon.svg Shabab Sahel
143 MF Oscar Ghantous Flag of Lebanon.svg Salam Zgharta
163 MF Ali Al Akbar Mannah Flag of Lebanon.svg Tadamon Sour
183 MF Yasser Dimashk Flag of Lebanon.svg Nejmeh
193 MF Hassan Kawam Flag of Lebanon.svg Ahed
213 MF Michel Feghali Flag of Lebanon.svg BFA

74 FW Mohammad Sadek Flag of Lebanon.svg Tripoli
94 FW Abdallah Fakih Flag of Lebanon.svg Tadamon Sour
104 FW Khaled Hajjar Flag of Lebanon.svg BFA
114 FW Mohammad Ghamloush Flag of Lebanon.svg Nejmeh
174 FW Chris Issa Flag of Lebanon.svg BFA
204 FW Omar Bahlawan Flag of Lebanon.svg Ansar

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References

  1. "Lebanon v Saudi Arabia". The AFC. 30 October 2007. Archived from the original on 21 January 2019. Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  2. Baradhi, Maria (10 November 2020). "Lebanon's U-17's head to Qatar". FA Lebanon. Retrieved 10 November 2020.