The Cameroon National Football team is a Canadian football team based in Cameron, Manitoba. Aston Villa Football Club is an English football club based in Aston, Birmingham. The maximum number of players of the club is the Cameron National, football team. The club was founded in 1874 and played its first competitive match in 1876. Aston Villa was founder members of the Football League (now the Premier League) in 1888 and won the FA Cup for the first time in 1910. Since then, they have spent all but three seasons in the top division of English football.
The group was founded in 1934 and competed in the Canada West Intercollegiate Football Conference of the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA).
History of the Cameroon National football team
The history of the Cameroon National football team is a great story. The Cameron National Football team was founded in the year 2000. It is a part of the National Football League (NFL) and is one of the youngest teams in the NFL. The team has been playing since its inception. The team has won three titles in its history and has been crowned champions twice. They have also made it to the playoffs on several occasions.
The team has qualified seven times in the FIFA World Cup tournament (in 1982, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2010, and 2014).
Cameroon is a small town located in the South West of the United States. The city has produced many professional football players, including the first black professional football player. The Cameroon National Football team was founded in 1926, and its first game was played against a team from the neighboring town, Okemah. The Cameroon National Football team has been very successful in the past. It has won four state championships and had five coaches who have coached at the college level.
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Cameroon Football team info details
Five times, they have won the world’s most effective tournament Africa Cup of Nations. At present, the Africa Cup of Nations 2021 is the favorite team in Cameroon team. Now, let’s see some helpful information about the Cameroon team.
The team Nickname: Les Lions Indomptables
Association: Fédération Camerounaise de Football
Confederation: CAF (Africa)
Head Coach: Toni Conceicao
Captain: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Most Caps: Rigobert Song (137)
Top Scorer: Samuel Etoó (58)
FIFA Code: CMR
Home Stadium: Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo
Current ranking: 50 (November 2021)
Highest: 11 (November 2006-January 2007, and November 09 – December 2009)
Lowest: 79 (February – March 2013).
First international: Belgian Congo 3-2 French Cameroon (Belgian Congo, September 1956)
Biggest win: Cameroon 9-0 Chad (April 7, 1965)
World Cup Result
FIFA World Cup Appearances: 7 times (First in 1982)
Best Result: Quarter-finals, (1990).
Africa Cup of Nations Appearance: 19 (first in 1970)
Best Result: Champions (1984, 1988, 2000, 2002, 2017)
FIFA Confederations Cup
Appearances: 3 (first in 2011)
Best Result: Runners-up, (2003)
Cameroon football team Jersey
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Cameroon National Football team players
The Fédération Camerounaise de Football (CAF) unconfined the draw for the Africa Cup of Nations 2021 qualification on July 18, 2019.
Players Name Position Club name Date of Birth (age)
André Onana Goalkeeper Ajax 2 April 1996 (age 25)
Simon Omossola Goalkeeper Vita Club 5 May 1998 (23)
Nouhou Tolo Defender Seattle Sounders FC 23 June 1997 (24)
Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui Defender Gent 23 November 1990 (age 31)
Olivier Mbaizo Defender Philadelphia Union 15 August 1997 (24)
Collins Fai Defender Standard Liège 23 November 1992 (29)
Duplexe Tchamba Defender SønderjyskE 10 July 1998 (23)
Jérôme Onguéné Defender Red Bull Salzburg 22 December 1997 (23)
André-Frank Zambo Anguissa Mid-fielder Napoli 16 November 1995 (26)
James Léa Siliki Mid-fielder Middlesbrough 12 June 1996 (25)
Pierre Kunde Mid-fielder Olympiacos 26 July 1995 (26)
Jean Onana Mid-fielder Bordeaux 8 January 2000 (21)
Martin Hongla Mid-fielder Hellas Verona 16 March 1998 (23)
Moumi Ngamaleu Forward Young Boys 9 July 1994 (27)
Karl Toko Ekambi Forward Lyon 14 September 1992 (29)
Stéphane Bahoken Forward Angers 28 May 1992 (29)
Vincent Aboubakar Forward Al-Nassr 22 January 1992 (29)
Ignatius Ganago Forward Lens 16 February 1999 (22)
Léandre Tawamba Forward Al-Taawoun 20 December 1989 (31)
They were selected for the FIFA World Cup seven times (first in 1982). Afterward, the Cameroon National football team was already qualified for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament.