Egyptian National Teams
Your one stop hub for all of KingFut.com’s latest news and features on the Egypt national teams from Shawky Gharib’s Pharaohs to Hossam El-Badry’s Olympic team and beyond.
Former Egypt national team assistant coach Shawky Gharib replaces Bob Bradley at the helm – who was let go after failing to reach the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil – and joining him is four-time Africa Cup of Nations winner Ahmed Hassan among other former star players.
Egypt National Team Staff:
- Nickname: The Pharaohs
- Founded: 1921
- Joined FIFA: 1923
- Head Coach: Shawky Gharib
- Assistant Coach: Alaa Nabil
- Technical Coach: Osama Nabih
- Technical Coach: Abdel-Sattar Sabry
- Technical Director: Ahmed Hassan
- Goalkeeping Coach: Mohamed Sallam
Egypt National Team:
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Egypt Olympic Team:
The Egypt Olympic team qualified for the London 2012 Games following a 20-year absence. Former Al Ahly manager Hossam El-Badry has been appointed as the Olympic national team head coach, replacing Hany Ramzy.
London 2012 Review: A crucial point in Egyptian football after a year of crisis
Egypt U-20 National Team:
The Young Pharaohs won the African Youth Championship for the first time in a decade and qualified to the 2013 U-20 World Cup in Turkey. Despite the high expectations, Egypt failed to make it past the group stage.
Click here for the latest news and features on the Egypt U-20 national team.
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