Tunisia National Football Team - The Eagles of Carthage take flight
Tunisia, also known as the Eagles of Carthage, are back playing amongst the elite of world football. If you want to see the Tunisia National Football Team play live, then you're in the right place! At StubHub you will find a selection of tickets, both home and away. Tunisia's national stadium is the Stade Olympique de Radès located just south of Tunis. The stadium has a seating capacity of 60,000 and is considered to be one of Africa's finest stadiums. Now, with the Tunisia National Football Team once again qualifying for the biggest tournament in world football - the Football World Cup, you can see the team take on football's biggest names. Buy Tunisia football tickets today and see Nabil Maaloul's team in action.
Tunisia National Football Team Football World Cup
After a twelve-year absence, Tunisia have once again booked themselves a ticket to the Football World Cup finals. Despite not having a very successful Football World Cup record, the Tunisians have a proud history. The Tunisia National Football Team were the first African national team to record a Football World Cup victory, defeating Mexico 3-1 in 1978. Since then, Tunisia have qualified for four other Football World Cup finals, including three successive finals in 1998, 2002 and 2006, but are yet to record another victory. Now, with the Eagles of Carthage taking off to Russia in summer 2018, fans back home and neutrals who love to back an underdog will be hoping that the Tunisia National Football Team will punch above their weight when they take on the world's elite. If you want to be there to witness the action in person, you know what you need to do! Buy Tunisia National Football Team Football World Cup tickets and experience the world's best football.
Tunisia National Football Team squad
After qualifying for three successive Football World Cups, it's fair to say that standards have slipped slightly for Tunisia. What followed for the Tunisians was a period of rebuilding and now, with a youthful vibrant team, the Tunisia National Football Team looks set for a change in fortunes. Key for Tunisia are players like Wahbi Khazri, Anis Ben-Hatira, Aymen Abdennour and Ahmed Akaichi. While Youssef Msakni is a vital source of goals up front and captain Aymen Mathlouthi a steady pair of hands between the sticks. Some famous Tunisian footballers of the past include Sadok Sassi (the national team's most capped player), top goalscorer Issam Jemâa and current Tunisia National Football Team coach Nabil Maâloul.