SAFF Championship 2021: Maldives squad list, fixtures and results

Futbol

SAFF Championship 2021: Maldives squad list, fixtures and results | Goal.com

SAFF Championship

19:30 BST 07/10/2021

Maldives National team

Take a look at the 24-member Maldives squad that has been registered for SAFF Championship…

Maldives registered their first win of the SAFF Championship 2021 when they beat Bangladesh 2-0 on Thursday at the National Football Stadium in Male. 

Maldives had prepared well for the tournament. They played two friendlies in Qatar, where they won 4-2 against Lusail FC and drew 1-1 with Army National Team. After the two matches, coach Ali Suzain pruned the final squad to 24 members from the initial 29. The five players who failed to make the cut are: Ali Shamis, Ahmed Abdulla, Moosa Yameen, midfielder Asfad Habeeb and forward Hassan Nazeem.

The Red Snappers will play their next match against Sri Lanka on October 10 at the National Football Stadium in Male.  

MALDIVES NATIONAL TEAM SQUAD FOR SAFF CHAMPIONSHIP

Goalkeepers: 

Mohammed Faisal 

Mohamed Shafeeu

Ali Najih

Defenders: 

Ahmed Nooman

Hussain Sifau Yoosuf

Haisham Hassan

Akram Abdul Ghanee,

Samooh Ali

Gasim Sammaam

Midfielders: 

Ashad Ali

Ibrahim Aisam

Mohamed Umair

Hussain Nihan

Hamza Mohamed

Ismail Eesa

Ibrahim Waheed Hassan.

Forwards: 

Hassan Raaif Ahmed

Mohamed Naaim

Ibrahim Mahdhy Hussain

Assadhulla Abdulla

Ali Fasir

Ali Ashfaq

Naaiz Hassan

Ali Haisham

SAFF CHAMPIONSHIP 2021: MALDIVES NATIONAL TEAM FIXTURES

DATE TIME FIXTURE STADIUM RESULT
October 1 9:30 PM Nepal vs Maldives National Football Stadium 0-1
October 7 9:30 PM Maldives vs Bangladesh National Football Stadium 2-0
October 10 4:30 PM Maldives vs Sri Lanka National Football Stadium  
October 13 9:30 PM India vs Maldives National Football Stadium  

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

In a week that rained golf balls and upsets, only Georgia appears immune to 2021 chaos
Streb grabs lead in Vegas with career-best 61
Revival: Belli’s clutch HR breathes life into LA
Game 4 Mini Movie: The Chicago Sky Become the 2021 WNBA Champions
Rolovich out as WSU coach after refusing vaccine