Eswatini national football team facts for kids
|Nickname(s)||Sihlangu Semnikati (King's Shield)|
|Association||Eswatini Football Association|
|Sub-confederation||COSAFA (Southern Africa)|
|Head coach||Dominic Kunene|
|Most caps||Tony Tsabedze (71)|
|Top scorer||Felix Badenhorst (13)|
|Home stadium||Somhlolo National Stadium|
|Current||140 1 (7 February 2019)|
|Highest||88 (April–May 2017)|
|Lowest||190 (September–October 2012)|
|Current||NR (3 March 2019)|
|Highest||117 (25 June 2016)|
| Swaziland 2–0 Malawi
(Swaziland; 1 May 1968)
| Djibouti 0–6 Swaziland
(Djibouti; 9 October 2015)
| Egypt 10–0 Swaziland
(Alexandria, Egypt; 22 March 2013)
The Eswatini national football team, nicknamed Sihlangu Semnikati (King's Shield), represents Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, in international football and is controlled by the Eswatini Football Association. It has never qualified for the World Cup or the Africa Cup of Nations finals. Swaziland's best performance in an international tournament is a semi-final finish in the COSAFA Cup.
On 8 June 2008 they achieved their first win in a World Cup qualifier since 1992, beating 2006 finalists Togo 2–1 on home soil. The team's best recent performance came in 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification where Eswatini finished second in Group L above Guinea and Malawi.
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