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The Djibouti national football team, also known as Les Riverains de la Mer Rouge, represents the country of Djibouti in international football competitions. The team is currently ranked 182nd by FIFA and is a member of the Confederation of African Football. Despite being a relatively small and young team, Djibouti has competed in several major tournaments, including the African Cup of Nations and the World Cup qualifiers. The team's home games are played at the Stade du Ville, a 15,000-seat stadium located in the capital city of Djibouti. Notable players for Djibouti include captain Abdoulwahab Ali, who has been a key player in several of the team's victories. While the team is still searching for their first major tournament win, their determination and passion for the sport make them a team to watch out for in the future.

The Ethiopia national football team, also known as The Walias, represents Ethiopia in international men's football competitions. The team is managed by the Ethiopian Football Federation and has been a member of FIFA since 1948. The Walias compete in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and have appeared in four African Cup of Nations tournaments, with their best result being in 1962 where they finished as runners-up. Some notable players who have represented The Walias include Getaneh Kabede, Mesoud Mohammed, and Degu Debebe. The team plays their home matches at the Addis Ababa Stadium, which has a capacity of 35,000. The Walias have gained a strong following in Ethiopia and continue to make strides in the world of international football.

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