Samoa national football team

Samoa national football team

Infobox National football team
Name = Samoa
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Association = Samoa Football
Soccer Federation

Confederation = OFC (Oceania)
Most caps =
Top scorer =
Home Stadium = Toleafoa J.S Blatter Soccer Stadium
FIFA Trigramme = SAM
FIFA Rank = 177
1st ranking date = November 1996
FIFA max = 146
FIFA max date = December 2007
FIFA min = 191
FIFA min date = May 2007, July 2007
Elo Rank = 204

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First game = fb|Wallis and Futuna 3 - 1 Western Samoa Flagicon|Samoa (Fiji; August 22, 1979)
Largest win = Flagicon|Samoa Samoa 8 - 0 fb-rt|American Samoa (Coffs Harbour, Australia; April 9, 2001)
Largest loss = Flagicon|France Tahiti 13 - 0 Western Samoa Flagicon|Samoa (Solomon Islands; July 13, 1981)
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Regional name = OFC Nations Cup
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The Samoa national football team is the national team of Samoa and is controlled by the Samoa Football (Soccer) Federation. It was known as the "Western Samoa national football team" until 1997. It is among the weakest teams of the OFC and is a part of the FIFA Goal project. The team's key striker is Tama Fasavalu (see below).

World Cup record

*1930 to 1990 - "Did not enter"
*1994 - "Withdrew"
*1998 to 2010 - "Did not qualify"

Oceania Nations Cup record

*1973 - "Did not enter"
*1980 - "Did not enter"
*1996 to 2008 - "Did not qualify"

outh Pacific Games record

*1963 - "Did not enter"
*1966 - "Did not enter"
*1969 - "Did not enter"
*1971 - "Did not enter"
*1975 - "Did not enter"
*1979 - Round 1
*1983 - Quarter-final
*1987 - "Did not enter"
*1991 - "Did not enter"
*1995 - "Did not enter"
*2003 - "Did not enter"
*2007 - Round 1

Current squad

The following players have been named for the South Pacific Games in Samoa, August 2007.Players are sorted by shirt number.


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