Playing in white shirts, shorts and socks, Burkina Faso are members of the Confederation of African Football. The team played its first international fixture when the country was then known as Upper Volta on 13 April 1960. Their entrance to the world stage got off to an exciting start with a close fought 5-4 win over Gabon. Burkina Faso wears a green shirt and shorts, with white socks for away ties.
Although never reaching a FIFA World Cup, Burkina Faso has appeared in the African Cup of Nations seven times since 1978. Their fourth place finish in 1998, when they hosted the tournament, marks their highest achievement to date.
CAF nation Burkina Faso have officially worn their away kit prior to and in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Equatorial Guinea. The African nation officially signed a new kit deal with Kappa after their kit deal with PUMA was not extended this year [...]
CAF side Burkina Faso have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014 season. Having launched several other African home kits Puma have now gone ahead and unveiled Burkina Faso's new home kit for the 2014 season [...]
The highest scorer for the side is Moumouni Dagano who has found the back of the net 23 times for his country in 48 appearances.
Since first playing for Burkina Faso in 1998, Moumouni has helped the team achieve their highest ever FIFA ranking of 37 in October 2010 and June 2011.