Angola are a nation which plays in the CAF confederation and they qualified for their first and only World Cup in 2006. The nation wear red, yellow and black shirts supplied by adidas and it reflects the nations flag, history and club crest. Angola were the runners-up in the 2011 Africa Cup of Nations and they have a total of three COSAFA Cups to their name.
The Angola team were formed in 1979 and took part in their first world cup qualifiers in 1986. Angola reached their first World Cup, qualifying for the finals in Germany 2006. Nicknamed the Black Impalas, Angola wear home shirts of red with a yellow band around the chest, matched with black shorts and red socks. The away Angola kit is all white.
Here is the 2012 Angola African Nations Cup home shirt manufactured by Adidas [...]
Angola are ranked 88th in the latest FIFA rankings and form part of the Confederation of African Football [...]
Famous players to have pulled on the Angola shirt include most capped player and leading scorer Fabrice 'Akwa' Maieco who has 68 appearances and 30 goals and Pedro Mantorras who played in the Portugese league with Benfica.
Angola won their first international football game, beating Cuba 1-0 in 1977, their biggest win came against Swaziland in 2000, winning 7-1. The worst defeat inflicted on the Black Impalas was a 6-0 drubbing by Portugal in 1989.