The Pakistan national football team> is the Pakistan national football team. This team is entirely controlled by the PFF, which is the Pakistan Football Federation. The team is also the member of the Asian Football Confederation, AFC.
The team of Pakistan hasn’t yet been qualified for either the Asian Cup championship or the FIFA World Cup. The Greenshirts finished in the third place in the South Asian Football Federation Cup twice and were the Merdeka Cup runner ups in 1962 followed by finishing in the second place twice in the Quaid-i-Azam Tournament. The team of Indian football team is believed to be the rival team for the Pakistan football team.
Shahzad Anwar is the assistant coach of the team with Muhammad Essa being the captain of the team. Muhammad Aslam Khan is the goal keeping coach of this team. The team manager of the team is TBC and the physiotherapist is Dr. Kamran Mehdi. The maximum caps were made by Jaffar Khan with 61 caps and Muhammad Essa was the top scorer with 30 scores. The home stadium of the team is Punjab Stadium. This team is ranked at 163 as per the FIFA ranking and their highest rank was 141 in 1994.
George Kottan is the former manager of this team from 2009 to 2010, during which period the team played 6 matches, winning 2 of them and losing one. Three of the matches result was draw.
The Pakistan national football team made seven appearances in the South Asian Football Federation cup and their first match was in 1993. Their best result came in 1997 and in 2005, when they came in the third place.