Egypt v Guinea-Bissau

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers • Time to be confirmed

(Home team first)


Sunday 12 Oct 2025

02:00 Local Time (Mon 13 Oct 2025)

23:00 Your Time



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The Egyptian national football team, also known as the Pharaohs, has established itself as a formidable force in African football. With 7 African Cup of Nations titles to their name, they are the most successful team in the history of the tournament. The Pharaohs have also competed in two FIFA World Cups, with their best finish being in 1990 when they reached the Round of 16. Some notable players who have represented Egypt include Mohamed Salah, Mohamed El-Neny, and Ahmed Hegazi. The national team's home stadium is the Cairo International Stadium, with a capacity of over 75,000 fans. With a rich history and talented players, the Egyptian football team continues to make its mark in the international football scene.

The football team Guinea-Bissau, also known as the Djurtus, represents the West African nation of Guinea-Bissau in international competitions. Founded in 1975, the team is a relatively new addition to the football world, but has quickly risen in ranks to become a formidable force in African football. The team has competed in several major tournaments, including the Africa Cup of Nations and the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Although they have yet to qualify for a World Cup, Guinea-Bissau has made history by securing their first ever qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations in 2017. The team plays their home matches at the Estádio 24 de Setembro in the capital city of Bissau. Some notable players who have represented Guinea-Bissau include José Luís Mendes, Zezinho, and Juary Soares. With a passionate fan base and continual improvements in their performance, the future looks bright for the Djurtus.

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