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Futbol xeber az: "Qarabağ" çempionluğu qazandı, "Sabah" və "Neftçi" Avropa Liqasına yollanır

Futbol xeber az: The latest news and updates on Azerbaijani football

If you are a fan of football in Azerbaijan, you might be interested in futbol xeber az, which means football news in Azerbaijani. In this article, we will provide you with some of the latest news and updates on Azerbaijani football, covering topics such as the national team, the premier league, and their history and records. We will use information from various sources, such as Wikipedia, Soccerway, UEFA, FIFA, Sportline, Report, Sport24, ESPN, Flashscore, Footballtop, among others.

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Azerbaijan national football team

The Azerbaijan national football team is the representative team of Azerbaijan in international football competitions. It is controlled by the Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan (AFFA) and competes as a member of UEFA. The team plays its home matches at Baku Olympic Stadium.

History and achievements

The history of Azerbaijani football dates back to 1905, when the first football clubs were established in Baku. In 1912, Azerbaijani players had their first international match against Georgia, which they won 4-2. In 1914, the Football Union was founded in Azerbaijan to organize official championships and competitions.

After Azerbaijan gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, it formed its own national team in 1992. The team played its first official match against Georgia on 17 September 1992, which ended in a 6-3 defeat. The team joined FIFA and UEFA in 1994.

The team has participated in qualification for every major tournament since Euro 1996, but has never qualified for any final tournament. The closest it came was in 2014 World Cup qualification, when it finished fourth in its group with nine points.

Some of the achievements and records of Azerbaijani football include:

  • The first Caucasus country to host a major tournament, UEFA Euro 2020.

  • The highest FIFA ranking ever achieved by Azerbaijan was 73rd in July 2014.

The most capped player for Azerbaijan is Rash d>MFEmin Mahmudov23 February 1992 (age 29)381Qarabağ

MFRahman Hajiyev2 April 1993 (age 28)180Sabah

MFAraz Abdullayev18 March 1992 (age 29)171Keshla

MFTural Bayramov8 January 2000 (age 21)40Zira

MFMahir Emreli

MFElvin Jafarguliyev1 January 1998 (age 25)30Sabah

MFIsa Dzhabrailov1 January 2000 (age 23)10Zira

FWRamil Sheydayev24 May 1996 (age 27)214Kasımpaşa

FWRuslan Gurbanov

FWDimitrij Nazarov






The current head coach of Azerbaijan is Gianni De Biasi, who was appointed in December 2020. He is an Italian former player and manager, who has previously coached Albania, Levante, Torino, and other clubs. He led Albania to their first ever major tournament, Euro 2016.

Recent and upcoming matches

Azerbaijan is currently competing in the qualification for the 2022 World Cup, which will be held in Qatar. The team is in Group A, along with Portugal, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, and Luxembourg. The team has played four matches so far, losing all of them. The team has scored one goal and conceded nine goals.

The team's recent matches are as follows:

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24 March 2021PortugalAllianz Stadium, Turin, Italy0-12022 World Cup qualification

27 March 2021SerbiaBakcell Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan1-22022 World Cup qualification

30 March 2021LuxembourgStade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg0-12022 World Cup qualification

4 June 2021TurkeyBaku Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan0-2Friendly match


The team's upcoming matches are as follows:


1 September 2021

4 September 2021

7 September 2021

9 October 2021

12 October 2021


The team hopes to improve its results and performance in the remaining matches and climb up the group table. The team also aims to prepare for the next edition of the UEFA Nations League, which will start in 2022.

Azerbaijan Premier League

The Azerbaijan Premier League is the top division of professional football in Azerbaijan. It is organized by the Professional Football League of Azerbaijan (PFL) and sanctioned by the AFFA. The league consists of eight teams that play each other four times in a season, for a total of 28 matches per team. The league runs from August to May, with a winter break from December to February. The league champion qualifies for the UEFA Champions League first qualifying round, while the runner-up and the cup winner qualify for the UEFA Europa Conference League first qualifying round. The bottom two teams are relegated to the Azerbaijan First Division.

Overview and format

The Azerbaijan Premier League was founded in 1992, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the formation of the AFFA. The first season was played by 23 teams in a single round-robin format, with Neftchi Baku becoming the inaugural champion. The league has undergone several changes in its format and number of teams over the years, ranging from six to 26 teams in a season. The current format of eight teams playing four rounds was adopted in 2016.

The league is ranked 25th among the European leagues by UEFA as of 2020. The league has produced three teams that have reached the group stage of a UEFA competition: Qarabağ (Champions League in 201718 and Europa League in 201415, 201516, 201617, 201819, and 201920), Neftchi Baku (Europa League in 201213), and Gabala (Europa League in 201516).

Current season and standings

The current season of the Azerbaijan Premier League is the 29th edition of the competition. It started on 21 August 2020 and is scheduled to end on 15 May 2021. The season was initially planned to have ten teams, but two teams (Sabail and Sumgayit) withdrew before the start due to financial difficulties.

The current standings of the teams in the league as of 21 June 2021 are as follows:

PositionTeamPlayedWonDrawnLostGoals forGoals against

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