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[65] However, in March 2022, Iranian women were again blocked from entering the stadium for a World Cup qualifier. [130] From 1942 to 1972, Amjadieh Stadium was Iran's national stadium. The other stadiums that Iran has been played international games are Bagh Shomal and Yadegar Emam Stadium (Tabriz), Takhti Stadium (Tehran), Enghelab Stadium (Karaj), Hafezieh Stadium (Shiraz), Takhti Stadium and Imam Reza Stadium (Mashhad). The Iran National Football Camp is the team's training ground. Results and fixtures[edit] All opponents that the Iran football team has played at least once The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled. Win Draw Loss Fixture 2022[edit] 2023[edit] 2024[edit] FIFA International match days 2020–2024[132] Coaching staff[edit] [133] Position Name Head Coach Amir Ghalenoei Assistant Coach(es) Antonio Manicone Rahman Rezaei Hamid Motahari Andranik Teymourian Saeid Alhoei Goalkeeping Coach Alin Dincă Fitness Coach Ali Asghar Ghorbanalipour Physiotherapist Dr.


[56] The third match against Portugal ended in a draw after a penalty scored by Karim Ansarifard[57] and because Morocco could only manage a 2–2 draw to Spain, Iran were eliminated. [58] Iran's four points is the most received in any World Cup appearance. Iran's squad against China at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup Having qualified for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup earlier, Iran was drawn into group D, where they shared fate with Iraq, Vietnam and Yemen.


Iran national football team - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia IranNickname(s)Team Melli (the national team)other nicknamesAssociationFootball Federation Islamic Republic of IranConfederationAFC (Asia)Sub-confederationCAFA (Central Asia)Head coachAmir GhalenoeiCaptainEhsan HajsafiMost capsJavad Nekounam (149)[a]Top scorerAli Daei (108)[b]Home stadiumAzadi StadiumFIFA codeIRN First colours Second colours FIFA rankingCurrent 22 (20 July 2023)[1]Highest15 (August 2005[2])Lowest122 (May 1996[3])First international Afghanistan 0 –0 Iran (Kabul, Afghanistan; 25 August 1941)Biggest win Iran 19–0 Guam (Tabriz, Iran; 24 November 2000)[4]Biggest defeat Turkey 6–1 Iran (Istanbul, Turkey; 28 May 1950)[5] South Korea 5–0 Iran (Tokyo, Japan; 28 May 1958)[6]World CupAppearances6 (first in 1978)Best resultGroup stage (1978, 1998, 2006, 2014, 2018, 2022)Olympic GamesAppearances3 (first in 1964)Best resultQuarter-finals (1976)Asian CupAppearances15 (first in 1968)Best resultChampions (1968, 1972, 1976)Asian GamesAppearances10 (first in 1951)Best resultChampions (1974, 1990, 1998, 2002) Medal record Men's football AFC Asian Cup 1968 Iran Team 1972 Thailand 1976 Iran 1980 Kuwait 1988 Qatar 1996 UAE 2004 China 2019 UAE Asian Games 1974 Tehran 1990 Beijing 1998 Bangkok 1951 New Delhi 1966 Bangkok WAFF Championship 2000 Jordan 2004 Iran 2007 Jordan 2008 Iran 2010 Jordan 2002 Syria CAFA Nations Cup 2023 Kyrgyzstan/Uzbekistan Afro-Asian Cup of Nations 1991 Algeria/Iran AFC–OFC Challenge Cup 2003 Iran The Iran national football team (Persian: تیم ملی فوتبال مردان ایران, romanized: Team Mellie Futbâle Mardâne Irân), recognised by FIFA as IR Iran, [8] represents Iran in international football and is controlled by the Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI).


[citation needed] At the continental level, Iran has won three Asian Cup championships in 1968, 1972 and 1976. The nation's best performance at the Olympics was reaching the quarterfinals at the 1976 Montreal Games. At the FIFA World Cup, Iran have qualified six times (1978, 1998, 2006, 2014, 2018 and 2022) but have never progressed beyond the group stages; they have however, won three matches: against the United States in 1998, Morocco in 2018 and Wales in 2022. History[edit] Early years[edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it.


[125] Azadi Stadium is the 28th largest association football stadium in the world, seventh in Asia and first in West Asia. A record was set in Azadi for the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Australia with over 128, 000 in attendance. [126] Since 1979, the government restricts Iranian women from entering the stadiums. [127][128] However, FIFA condemned the move and wrote to Iranian Football Federation in June 2019. The federation in their letter gave deadline to uplift the restrictions and let women enter the stadiums. On 25 August 2019, deputy Sports Minister Jamshid Taghizadeh stated: \"Women can go to Tehran's Azadi stadium to watch the match between Iran's national team and Cambodia in October for the Qatar World Cup qualifier. ”[129] After the death of Sahar Khodayari, select Iranian women were allowed to attend the match against Cambodia in October 2019.


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Retrieved 25 June 2009. ^ \"Iran denies punishing players for wearing green wristbands\". 25 June 2009. Archived from the original on 14 June 2018. Retrieved 25 June 2009. ^ Bell, Jack (26 June 2009). \"Iran Did Not Suspend Players, Coach Says\". The New York Times. Retrieved 27 June 2009. ^ \"Carlos Queiroz agrees deal to become Iran head coach\". Sport. Dubai: Soccernet. 4 April 2011. Archived from the original on 18 August 2011.


Iran highlighted their position at the top of their group by defeating Bahrain 6–0 at home in the Azadi Stadium as well as inviting former German youth international Ashkan Dejagah who scored twice on his debut against Qatar. After a 4–1 win at Indonesia, Iran qualified for the final round of direct qualifiers, the fourth round. In the fourth round, Iran played South Korea, Qatar, Uzbekistan and Lebanon in their group.


Iran was drawn into the second round where they would have to deal with two Arab countries, Iraq and Bahrain, along with Cambodia and Hong Kong. Iran, under new Belgian manager Marc Wilmots, began with a 2–0 win over Hong Kong away. After the death of Sahar Khodayari, the 14–0 win over Cambodia allowed select Iranian women to enter the stadium for the first time since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. [65][66][67] Their next away encounters against Bahrain and Iraq went on to be consecutive defeats which Iran lost 0–1 and 1–2, respectively. [68][69] Following two consecutive draws between Iraq and Bahrain, Iran was left with the possibility of being eliminated from the World Cup outright in the second round, leading to the sacking of Marc Wilmots.


Retrieved 4 April 2011. ^ \"Asian Cup 2015 (Qs) MD5: Lebanon 1–4 Iran\". AFC. 20 November 2013. Archived from the original on 14 May 2014. ^ \"5 Iran Players to Watch at the World Cup\". ABC News. Archived from the original on 17 April 2014. Retrieved 16 April 2014. ^ \"Ashkan Dejagah says Felix Magath is the right man to keep Fulham up\". 18 April 2014. Archived from the original on 19 April 2014. Retrieved 19 April 2014.


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However, in an act of defiance against all forms of hatred or politics in sports, both sides presented one another with gifts and flowers and took ceremonial pictures before the match kickoff. [15] Iran played against Germany in the third game, losing 2–0 courtesy of goals from Oliver Bierhoff and Jürgen Klinsmann, finishing third in the group. [16] Iran finished first in the group stage of the 2000 Asia Cup but lost to South Korea in the quarter-finals. They failed to qualify for World Cup 2002, held in Asia for the first time, after an aggregate defeat to the Republic of Ireland, losing 2–0 in Dublin and winning 1–0 in Tehran. The elimination saw manager Miroslav Blažević step down from the top spot to be replaced by his assistant Branko Ivanković who stepped up from assistant coach. After qualifying to the Asian Cup 2004, Iran was drawn with Thailand, Oman and Japan in the tournament.


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