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Games of The New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (November 1963) (Champion)

Egypt participated with Second Team
GANEFO is The Games of the New Emerging Forces which were the games organized by Indonesia in late 1963 as counteract to the Olympic Games.

The game was established for the athletes of the emerging nations, GANEFO clearly states in its constitution that politics and sport were knotted and this is against the dogma of the International Olympic Committee. So, politics must be separated from sports. The IOC ordered that the athletes joining GANEFO would be disqualified from participating in the Olympic Games.

In November 10th  1963, the first edition of GANEFO was held in Jakarta, Indonesia where in total number of more than 2,000 athletes participated from approximately 51 nations in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America such as Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burma, Cambodia, Ceylon, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, German Democratic Republic, Guinea, Hungary, Indonesia, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Laos, Lebanon, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, People's Republic of China, the Philippines, Poland, Republic of Mali, Rumania, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Somali Republic, USSR, North Vietnam, the United Arab Republic (Egypt), Uruguay, etc.

The second edition of GANEFO was supposed to be took place in Cairo, Egypt in 1967, but this was canceled as a result of political contemplations. The second edition of GANEFO was limited to Asia, except Guinea because of its participation in Pyongyang, North Korea in August 1st to11th, 1965. Therefore, the second competition in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in November 25th to December 6th, 1966 was then called the 'First Asian GANEFO'. The second Asian GANEFO was intended to be held in North Korea in 1970. But unfortunately, the second Asian GANEFO never happened until now.

11 Nov 1963 / Egypt 4:1 Vietnam / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (Helmi Soliman Samir Qotb Badawi Abdel Fattah 2)

*13 Nov 1963 / Egypt 6:0 Chile University Team* / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (Badawi Abdel Fattah - Shahin 2 Helmi Soliman 2 Abdou Noshi Pen)

15 Nov 1963 / Egypt 15:0 Laos / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia

Quarter Final: 18 Nov 1963 / Egypt 7:0 Saudi Arabia / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (Abdou Noshi 4 Badawi Abdel Fattah 2 - Abaza)

Semifinal: *19 Nov 1963 / Egypt 5:1 Uruguay University Team* / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (Abdou Noshi 4, 12 Badawi Abdel Fattah 40 Helmi Soliman 42 Own Goal)

Final: 22 Nov 1963 / Egypt 1:1 (E.T) North Korea / Neutral / Friendly Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in Indonesia (Egypt Won title on toss) (Badawi Abdel Fattah 92)

Goalkeepers
Abdel Sattar (Sekka) / Said El Galb
Defenders
Ali Mahmoud (Taiaran)  / Khairi Hosni (Tersana) / Said Aboul Nour (Ahly) / Talaat Fawaz (Ithad) / Ahmed Saleh (Ithad) / Mahmoud Hassanain (Zamalek)
Midfielders
Samir Qotb (Zamalek) / Ahmed Abaza (Ithad)
Forwards
Badawi Abdel Fattah (Baharya) / Zoqlot / Abdou Noshi (Zamalek) / Mohamed Shahin (Masry) / Helmi Souliman (Ahly) /  Mohamed Gaber (Ithad) / Karam (Sekka) / Hafez Ghobashi (Ithad) / ElSayed Nosseir
Coach
Kamal ElShiwi

Indonesia International Tournament (1963)(Champion)

25 Apr 1963 / Indonesia 1:3 Egypt (Taha Ismail 25", 39" / Badawi Abdel Fattah 38")

27 Apr 1963 / Indonesia 2:2 Egypt (Taha Ismail 19" / Shehta 23")

Final: 30 Apr 1963 / Egypt 2:0 China  (Taha Ismail 16", 44")


Qunaitra Cup In Syria (1974)(Egypt played with 2nd team - Out of group stage)

27 Sep 1974 / Egypt 0:2 Tunisia

28 Sep 1974 / Egypt 2:4 Morocco (Mahmoud Roshdi / Yassin Moustafa)

30 Sep 1974 / Egypt 3:1 Algeria (Ali Khalil 2 / Mohamed Said)

2 Oct 1974 / Egypt 5:0 Jordan (Ezz El-Din Yaqoub / Ahmed Baioumy / Ali Khalil 3)

4 Oct 1974 / Egypt 2:0 Lebanon (Ali Khalil / Mahmoud Hassan)


Friendly Games in Tunisia (1973)(Champion)

Egypt was in 2nd group with Tanzania, Mauritania & Mali but Mauritania and Mali and Burkina Faso from other group withdrew so it continued in one group format

16 Jul 1973 / Tanzania 1:10 Egypt / Neutral / Friendly tournament in Tunisia (Ali Khalil 6 / El-Hamalawi 2 / Taher El-Shaikh / Gamal Abdel Azim)

22 Jul 1973 / Tunisia 1:1 Egypt / Away / Friendly Tournament in Tunisia (Gamal Abdel Azim)


Saudi Friendship Cup (1975)(Runner-Up) EGYPT "B" Team

26 Dec 1975  / SaudiArabia 0:2 Egypt (B) (Mahmoud El-Khateeb 2)

29 Dec 1975 / Egypt (B) 1:1 Italy

1 Jan 1976 / Egypt (B) 0:0 Austria / Saudi Friendship Cup

4 Jan 1976 / Egypt (B) 0:1 Algeria / Saudi Friendship Cup

7 Jan 1976 / Egypt (B) 2:0 Turkey / Saudi Friendship Cup (Ahmed Abou Rehab 48" - Osama Khalil 50")


Friendly Tournament in Iran (1975)

12 Jul 1975 / Egypt 3:2 DR.Congo / Neutral (Taher ElShaikh - Mosaad Nour - Ali Khalil)

14 Jul 1975 / Egypt 2:5 Poland / Neutral (Farouk Gaafar - Ahmed Abdel Baquy)

16 Jul 1975 / Iran (B) 2:1Egypt / Away (Shaker Abdel Fattah)


FIFA Celebration in Egypt (1982)

1 Oct 1982 / Egypt 3:5Zambia / Home (Mahmoud ElKhateeb - Taher Abouzaid 2)

3 Oct 1982 / Egypt 0:0 Zambia / Home

Coupe 7 Novembre in Tunisia (1993)(Runner-Up)

Semifinal: 5 Nov 1993 / Egypt 3:0 Malta / Neutral / Coupe 7 Novembre in Tunisia (Hossam Hassan 21" / Mohamed Abdel Galil 71" / Hady Khahasba 90+2")

Final: 7 Nov 1993 / Tunisia 2:0 Egypt

Friendly International Tournament in Egypt (1994)(3rd Place)

23 Aug 1994 / Egypt 2:0 Ghana

27 Aug 1994 / Egypt 0:4 Zambia

Simba 4 Nations Tournament in South Africa (1995)(Runner-Up)

22 Nov 1995 / Egypt 2:2 Zimbabwe (Ali Maher 2)

24 Nov 1995 / South Africa 2:0 Egypt

26 Nov 1995 / Egypt 3:1 Zambia (Ahmed ElKass - Ali Maher 2)

Thailand King's Cup (1998)(Runner-Up)

25 Jan 1998 / Thailand 1:1 Egypt (Walid Salah ElDin)

27 Jan 1998 / Egypt 0:2 South Korea

29 Jan 1998 / Egypt 2:0 Denmark (B) (Hossam Hassan - Own Goal)

Final: 31 Jan 1998 / Egypt 1:1 (4-5 P) South Korea(Hossam Hassan)

Nelson Mandela Inauguration Challenge Cup in South Africa (1998)

16 Dec 1998 / South Africa 2:1 Egypt / Away /   (Hossam Hassan)

Hong Kong's Carlsberg Cup (1999)(Runner-Up)

Semifinal: 16 Feb 1999 / Egypt 3:1 Bulgaria  (Hossam Hassan 2 - Hazem Emam)

Final: 19 Feb 1999 / Mexico 3:0 Egypt

Cup of Ancient Civilizations in Iran (2001)(Runner-Up)

Semifinal: 17 Jan 2001 / Egypt 0:0 (3-2 P) China

Final: 19 Jan 2001 / Egypt 1:1 (3-4 P) Italy (B) (Hossam Hassan)

Friendly Bahrain Prime Minister's Cup (2003)

12 Dec 2003 / Egypt 1:0 Kenya (Tarek El-Sayed)

15 Dec 2003 / Bahrain 0:1 Egypt (Sameh Youssef)

18 Dec 2003 / Egypt 2:0 Iraq (Ahmed Belal 2)


Switzerland Friendly Cup (2005)(Champion)

29 Jul 2005 / Egypt 5:0 Qatar (Mohamed Aboutriaka 60', 85'/ Ossama Hosni 85' / Amr Zaki 72', 89')

31 July 2005 / Egypt 0:0 (5-4 Pen) UA Emirates / Neutral / Friendly Switzerland Tournament


Egypt Nile Valley Friendly Tournament (2011)(Champion)

5 Jan 2011 / Egypt 5:1 Tanzania / Home / Friendly Nile Valley T. Round Robin (El-Sayed Hamdi 4", 57" / M. Aboutraika 12" / Own Goal "N.Haroub" 24" / Ahmed Ali 78")

8 Jan 2011 / Egypt 1:0 Uganda / Home / Friendly Nile Valley T. Round Robin (Mohamed Nagui "Geddo" 90+3")

11 Jan 2011 / Egypt 3:0 Burundi / Home / Friendly Nile Valley T. Round Robin (Mohamed Nagui "Geddo"1" / Ahmed Ali 10" / El-Sayed Hamdi 80")

14 Jan 2011 / Egypt 5:1 Kenya / Home / Friendly Nile Valley T. Semifinal (Ahmed Belal 13', 68", 90" / El-Sayed Hamdi 22" / Wael Gomaa 25")

17 Jan 2011 / Egypt 3:1 Uganda / Home / Friendly Nile Valley Tournament Final (El-Sayed Hamdi 38", 70" / Mohamed Nagui "Geddo" 81")


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