Mandatory Palestine national football teamThe Mandatory Palestine national football team, also known as the Eretz Israel national football team (Hebrew: ××××¨×ª ××¨×¥ ××©×¨×× ×××××¨××â, romanized: Nivheret Eretz Yisrael Bekhadurgel, lit. 'Land of Israel national football team'), represented the British Mandate of Palestine in international football competitions, and was managed by the Palestine Football Association (Hebrew: ××ª×××××ª ××¨×¥ ××©×¨××××ª ×××©××§ ××××¨-×¨××â, romanized: Hitachduth Eretz Yisraelit Lekhadur Regel, lit. 'The Land of Israel Association of Football').[a] Founded in 1928, the Palestine Football Association became a member of FIFA in 1929. The team used to play in the Maccabiah Stadium and Hapoel Ground, both located in Tel Aviv. Mandatory Palestine played five official games (four FIFA World Cup qualifiers, and one friendly), before it officially became the national team of Israel in 1948.â â â â â âMali women's national football teamMali women's national football team represents Mali in women's international football and is overseen by the Malian Football Federation, the governing body for football in Mali. They play their home matches at the Stade Modibo Kta, a multi-purpose stadium located in the city of Bamako. Currently, Mali is ranked 85th in FIFA Women's World Rankings. They have never qualified for a FIFA Women's World Cup, but made a total of six appearances in the Africa Women Cup of Nations since the 2002 edition.â â â â â âIran national football team results (2010â19)This is a list of official football games played by Iran national football team between 2010 and 2019.â â â â â âSouth Korea national football team all-time recordThe list shown below shows the South Korea national football team all-time international record against opposing nations. The stats are composed of FIFA World Cup, AFC Asian Cup, FIFA Confederations Cup, and Summer Olympics matches, as well as numerous international friendly tournaments and matchesâ â â â â â2016 Indonesia national football team resultsThe following article is a summary of the 2016 Indonesia national football team resultsâ â â â â âArgentina national football team 1920â39 resultsThis page details the match results and statistics of the Argentina national football team from 1920 to 1939â â â â â âHistory of the Lebanon national football teamThe history of the Lebanon national football team dates back to 1934, when Lebanon played its first game against Romanian side CA Timioara (T.A.C.) in Beirut. The national team, also referred to as "the Cedars", represents the nation of Lebanon in international football. It is fielded by the Lebanon Football Association and competes as a member of AFC. Lebanon participated twice in the Asian Cup: in 2000, when they hosted the event, and in 2019. The national team has also competed in other continental and regional competitions, such as the WAFF Championship, the Arab Nations Cup, the Pan Arab Games, the Asian Games and the Mediterranean Games.â â â â â âRepublic of Ireland national football team â record in major tournamentsThis page covers the record of the Republic of Ireland national football team in the FIFA World Cup, European Football Championship and UEFA Nations League. In the "Results" section, home results are written before away results. Where the Republic of Ireland only played a team once, (h), (a) and (n) indicate home, away or neutral respectively.â â â â â âTurkey women's national football team resultsThis article lists the results for the Turkey women's national football team. . Win Draw Lossâ â â â â âChile national football team results (1990â99)This is a list of the Chile national football team results from 1990 to 1999â â â â â âSpain national football team results (1970â79)These are all the matches played by the Spain national football team between 1970 and 1979:â â â â â âChina women's national football team results and fixturesThis article lists the results and fixtures for the China women's national football team.â â â â â âWales national football team results 1876â1899The Wales national football team represents Wales in international association football and is governed by the Football Association of Wales. The team are the third oldest in international football, behind only Scotland and England and played their first match on 18 March 1876, a 4-0 defeat to Scotland at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow. Wales played their first home fixture the following year, which Scotland won 2-0 at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham.[a] Wales met England for the first time in 1879 and recorded their first victory against the them two years later, winning 1-0 at Alexandra Meadows following a goal from John Vaughan. In 1882, Wales played Ireland for the first time, defeating them 7-1 at the Racecourse. With all four Home Nations playing annual friendly matches, the decision was taken to organise the fixtures into a competition. The British Home Championship, a round-robin tournament, was subsequently formed and the inaugural season was held in 1884. Wales won their opening fixture 6-0 against Ireland but defeats against England and Scotland in their remaining matches led to a third place finish. In 1888, Wales recorded the largest victory in the team's history by defeating Ireland 11-0; Jack Doughty scored four of his side's goals. It was not until 1895 that Wales finished higher than third in the Championship, claiming a second place finish after drawing all three fixtures. From the nation's first fixture in 1876 to the end of the century Wales played 63 fixtures, winning 11, drawing 8 and losing the remaining 44. Of the side's victories, 9 were secured over Ireland and 2 over England, while they failed to defeat Scotland in 24 attempts during this period. The team's struggles were exacerbated by the reluctance of clubs in the Football League to release Welsh players for international fixtures, which often clashed with league matches. In the 1890s, Wales finished bottom of the British Home Championship in six of the ten tournaments held and lost nine of their final ten matches in the decade.