|Nickname(s)||O Sol Nascente (The Raising Sun)|
The Little Samba Nation
|Association||Federação de Futebol de Timor-Leste|
|Head coach||Almerio Isaac|
|Home stadium||East Timor National Stadium|
| Maldives 2–2 Timor-Leste |
(Palembang, Indonesia; 6 August 2005)
| Timor-Leste 2–0 Malaysia |
(Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei; 27 February 2012)
| Malaysia 7–1 Timor-Leste |
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; 6 August 2009)
The Youngs Timor-Leste is the national team of Timor-Leste and is controlled by the Federação de Futebol de Timor-Leste. East Timor has never had success on the international stage. They are currently one of the weakest teams in the world. East Timor joined FIFA on 12 September 2005.
Timor-Leste 's kit is a red jersey, red shorts and red socks. Their away kit is with a white jersey with black shorts and red or white socks. The kits are currently manufactured by Adidas and Nike. Timor-Leste first kit is under Tiger, when the team play for the 2004 Tiger Cup. The first kit is red jersey, black shorts and red sock and their away kit is white jersey with two black sleeves, black short and white socks.
|AFC U-22 Championship|
|Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy|
|2002||Did not enter||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2005||Did not enter||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2007||Did not enter||0||0||0||0||0||0|
The following players were called up for the 2018 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy in Brunei.Players marked with an asterisk (*) were over age for this competition.
Head coach: Eduardo Pereira
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Aderito Raul Fernandes||15 May 1997||AS Ponta Leste|
|20||GK||Fagio Augusto||29 April 1997||Karketu Dili|
|GK||Fernando da Costa||Benfica Laulara|
|2||DF||Julião dos Reis Mendonça*||3 July 1995||DIT|
|3||DF||Gumario Augusto Fernandez da Silva Moreira||14 December 2001||DIT|
|4||DF||Candido Monteiro de Oliveira||2 December 1997||AS Ponta Leste|
|5||DF||Jorge Sabas Victor (Captain)||5 December 1997||Carsae|
|6||DF||Nidio Ricardo Ferreira Alves*||17 June 1994||Benfica Laulara|
|15||DF||Agostinho da Silva Araujo||28 August 1997||FC Porto Taibesi|
|18||DF||Armindo Correira de Almeida||18 April 1998||AS Académica|
|22||DF||Nelson Sarmento Viegas||24 December 1999||Karketu Dili|
|8||MF||José Oliveira||28 October 1997||Benfica Laulara|
|11||MF||Mouzinho de Lima|
|12||MF||Gaudencio Armindo Monteiro||2 July 1998||SLB Laulara|
|13||MF||Expedito Soares da Conceição|
|14||MF||Gelvanio Angelo da Costa||8 October 1998||Karketu Dili|
|19||MF||Boavida Olegario*||24 October 1994||Karketu Dili|
|23||MF||Osvaldo Lucas Baptisto Belo||18 October 2000|
|7||FW||Rufino Gama||20 June 1998||Karketu Dili|
|9||FW||Silveiro Garcia*||2 April 1994||AS Ponta Leste|
|10||FW||Henrique Cruz||6 December 1997||Boavista Dili|
|16||FW||Filomeno Junior da Costa||11 February 1997||SLB Laulara|
|17||FW||Lourenco Ximenes||AS Ponta Leste|
|21||FW||Frangcyatma Alves||27 January 1997||Karketu Dili|
|Almerio Isaac||2012||4||2||0||2||2012 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy - Round 1 (First Time)|
|Takuma Koga||2014||4||0||1||3||2014 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy - Round 1|
|Eduardo Pereira||2018||5||3||1||1||2018 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy - Winner|
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