Kyrgyzstan national team is superintended by the Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic founded in 1992 after the Soviet Union collapse. The team played their first international match against Uzbekistan in August 1992. In 1994, the team got affiliation to FIFA and AFC.
Kyrgyzstani team have never qualified for the World Cup or Asian Cup tournaments. Their only major achievement is the third place in the 2006 AFC Challenge Cup after they lost 0-2 to Tajikistan in the semi-final match. On 4 June 1997, Kyrgyzstan team suffered their biggest ever 0-7 defeat to Iran. A week later they celebrated their biggest 6-0 victory over Maldives.
The team play their home matches at Spartak Stadium in Bishkek which can hold up to 23,000 spectators. As of February 2013, they were ranked 200th in the FIFA world ranking climbing up to the 119th position in August 2012 at the utmost.
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