FIFA Ranking: 45th
The Egypt national football team , known as The Pharaohs, represents Egypt in men's International association football and is governed by the Egyptian Football Association founded in 1921, the governing body for football in Egypt. The team's historical stadium is Cairo International Stadium but since 2012 the team has played most home games at Borg El Arab Stadium of Alexandria. The current team manager is Héctor Cúper.

Egypt is the most successful national team in Africa, having won the Africa Cup of Nations on a record seven occasions: the inaugural edition in 1957 and on home soil in 1959, as well as the 1986 edition, Burkina Faso in 1998, 2006, Ghana in 2008 and Angola in 2010 edition. Egypt has also been as high as ninth in the FIFA World Rankings, making the team one of only three African national teams to enter the world's top ten. Despite their respectable continental record, Egypt has so far made only two appearances in the World Cup , failing to win a game on both occasions. The Egypt national team was the first African and Middle Eastern team to qualify for the World Cup.

Egypt qualified for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and eventually finished runners-up after losing to Cameroon in the final. The tournament helped Egypt rise from 60 in December 2016 to 19 in May 2017 in the FIFA World Rankings.

On October 8, 2017, Egypt qualified for the 2018 World Cup, their first appearance for 28 years and third overall. Description provided by Wikipedia

The Egypt Squad

1. Mohamed Salah Egypt 31.7m fans 915.9
2. Mohamed Elneny Egypt 4.4m fans 771.3
3. Ahmed Hegazy Egypt 2.8m fans 755.6
4. Omar Gaber Egypt 4.4m fans 737.1
5. Sherif Ekramy Egypt 3.8m fans 725.4
6. Amr Warda Egypt 3.4m fans 715.9
7. Shikabala Egypt 2.0m fans 683.7
8. Saad Samir Egypt 2.0m fans 680.8
9. Essam El Hadary  Egypt 1.3m fans 636.9
10. Ayman Ashraf Egypt 1.1m fans 617.9
11. Tarek Hamed Egypt 1.0m fans 614.2
12. Ahmed El Mohamady Egypt 827.3k fans 593.0
13. Abdallah Said Egypt 825.8k fans 592.3
14. Marwan Mohsen Egypt 672.6k fans 565.2
15. Mahmoud Hamdy Egypt 365.7k fans 490.7
16. Mohamed El Shenawy Egypt 278.7k fans 461.4
17. Mahmoud Hassan Egypt 217.2k fans 437.3
18. Ahmed Fathy Egypt 198.2k fans 423.4
19. Ali Gabr Egypt 136.9k fans 422.9
20. Sam Morsy Egypt 153.8k fans 388.3
21. Mohamed Abdel Shafy Egypt 114.4k fans 351.0
22. Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim Egypt No fans 124.9

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