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FÉDÉRATION MALAGASY DE FOOTBALL

President Doda Andriamiasasoa
Address
29, Rue de Russie Isoraka
Antananarivo 101
MADAGASCAR
Website www.fmf.mg
Established
1961
Affiliated to FIFA 1964
Affiliated to CAF 1963
Honours 1990, 1993 Indian Ocean Games winners

Madagascar have missed the last two COSAFA Castle Cup tournaments, but did reach the semifinals on their last showing in 2008. The country has never qualified for a major finals, though they do have two Indian Ocean Games titles to their name in the early 1990s. The country’s football federation president is known simply by a single name, Ahmad.

MADAGASCAR COSAFA CASTLE CUP HISTORY

Madagascar played their first COSAFA Castle Cup tournament in 2002 when they narrowly lost on penalties to South Africa in the quarterfinals, having ousted Mauritius 3-2 in their very first game.

They reached the quarterfinals again the following year after another victory over the Mauritians, but then suffered four first round exits in a row between 2004 and 2007.

Their biggest victory in the competition came in 2007 when they thumped Seychelles 5-0 to finish third in their first round group.

They improved dramatically in 2008 when they came through a first round group that also included Swaziland, Seychelles and Mauritius, before a quarterfinal success over a young Angolan side.

They were narrowly beaten in the semifinals by Mozambique, finishing the tournament in fourth place.

They missed the 2009 and 2013 tournaments, but made a triumphant return in 2015 when they finished third, beating Botswana in the bronze-medal match.

The team picked up a win, draw and a defeat in the 2016 tournament played in Namibia and ecited in the first round.

COSAFA CASTLE CUP RESULT RECORD

DATEVENUEOPPONENTRESULTGOALSCORERS
16-3-02PamplemoussesMAURITIUS3-2Randriamarozaka, Razafindrakoto, Randrianasoloniaina
21-7-02Port ElizabethSOUTH AFRICA0-0-
22-2-03AntananarivoMAURITIUS2-1Menakely, Radonamahafalison
13-7-03LobambaSWAZILAND0-2-
18-4-04MaputoMOZAMBIQUE0-2-
26-2-05CurepipeMAURITIUS0-2-
20-5-06GaboroneBOTSWANA0-2-
21-5-06GaboroneSWAZILAND0-2-
28-4-07MaputoZIMBABWE0-1-
29-4-07MaputoSEYCHELLES5-0Voavy 3, Ramiadamanana, Andriatsima
19-7-08WitbankSWAZILAND1-1Robson
21-7-08WitbankSEYCHELLES1-1Rabenandrasana
23-7-08WitbankMAURITIUS2-1Rabenandrasana, Rabemananjara
26-7-08WitbankANGOLA XI1-0Rabemananjara
30-7-08WitbankMOZAMBIQUE1-2Rabemananjara
3-8-08ThulamahasheZAMBIA0-2-
18-5-15PhokengLESOTHO2-1Vombola, Rabehasinmbola
20-5-15PhokengTANZANIA2-0Rakotoharimalala, Randriamanjaka
22-5-15PhokengSWAZILAND1-1Randriamanjaka
25-5-15PhokengGHANA2-1Randriamanjaka, Simouri
28-5-15MorulengNAMIBIA2-3Vombola 2
30-5-15MorulengBOTSWANA2-1Vombola 2
11-6-16WindhoekSEYCHELLES1-0Fanomezana
13-6-16WindhoekZIMBABWE0-0
15-6-16WindhoekSWAZILAND0-1

OVERALL RECORD

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The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) was established by the Supreme Council of Sports in Africa – Zone 6. It brings together 14 nations of Southern Africa under a single umbrella, with the goal of developing the game of football in the region.

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