The Cameroon National Team represents Cameroon in men's international football. It is one of the most successful nations in African competitions, having won five Africa Cup of Nations, an Olympic Gold medal in 2000, and the first African nation ever to reach the Quater Final of the 1990 FIFA World Cup. It competes in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup in Group G with Switzerland, Serbia, and Brazil. Cameroon has completed the World Cup for the 8th time since 1982.
It's headed and controlled by the Federation Camerounnaise de Football governing body. In September 1956, Cameroon, well-known as The Indomitable Lions, played its first-ever international game against Congo. Today, they have contested quadruplets contests such as the World Cup, African Cup of Nations, African Nations Champions, and FIFA World Confederation. In the 2022 FIFA World ranking, Cameroon retains 37 positions.
Rigobert Song is the squad's head coach, and Vincent Aboubakas leads the team under his captaincy. Reportedly, coach Rigobert Song is Cameroon's highest-capped player with 137 caps, and Samuel Eto'o is the highest goal scorer. Puma endorses the team's kits.
The players called up for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are given below;
Simon Ngapandouetnbu ( 30, Goalkeeper)
Devis Epassy(16, Goalkeeper)
Andre Onana(1, Goalkeeper)
Jean Charles Castelletto (21, Defender)
Enzo Ebosse(2, Defender)
Collins Fai (19, Defender)
Olivier Mbaizo (17, Defender)
Nicolas Nkoulou (Defender)
Nouhou Tolo (25, Defender)
Christopher Wooh (4, defender)
Martin Hongla (18, Midfielder)
Pierre Kunde (15, Midfielder)
Olivier Ntcham (10, Midfielder)
Gael Ondoua (29, Midfielder)
Samuel Gouet (14, Midfielder)
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (3, Midfielder)
Moumi Ngamaleu (3, Forward)
Vincent Aboubakar (10 Forward)
Christian Bassagog (13, Forward)
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (13, Forward)
Georges Kevin Nkoudou (7, Forward)
Karl Toko Ekambi (12, Forward)
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