Cameroon officially named the Republic of Cameroon are an African nation who play in the CAF confederation and they are coached by Jean-Paul Akono. The nation wear green shirts with red shorts and yellow socks with their away shirt is yellow and green with green shorts and socks. The home shirt faintly features a lion on the front due to their nickname being 'Les Lions Indomptables' meaning 'The Indomitable Lions'.
The Cameroon national football team, nicknamed Lions Indomptables or the Indomitable Lions, played their first game against Somalia in Madagascar on the 13th April 1960 winning 9-2. The national team of Cameroon play their home games in green shirts, red shorts and yellow socks with the away strip of yellow shirts, red shorts and yellow socks. Cameroon are well remembered for their sleeveless shirts which FIFA disapproved of that they had tried wearing in the African Nations Cup.
Cameroon become the latest team to reveal their Puma created home shirt for the upcoming 2017 AFCON tournament. Bold green, red, and yellow of which are synonymous with Cameroon have been boldly used by Puma to compose the team's home shirt for the 2017 African Cup of Nations, whilst additional d [...]
Puma hand Cameroon a trademark vibrant home shirt for use in their African Cup of Nations qualification. The unmistakable colour of emerald-like green is once again used by kit suppliers Puma to coat the 'Lions' latest home shirt, whilst a unique front panel graphic also adds a sense of innovatio [...]
Having revealed their home and away kits for the 2014 World Cup, Cameroon wore a white third kit during their friendly win against Macedonia. Supplied by Puma, the new third kit reveals the same template as their home and away shirts but coloured white [...]
Cameroon were the first African team to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup, in 1990, losing to England in extra time. In the opener of that tournament, Cameroon pulled off one of the biggest upsets in world soccer history, beating champions Argentina 1-0. Star player Roger Milla was the biggest name of the tournament, with his trademark corner flag dance goal celebrations. Cameroon have also won the African Nations Cup four times, and a gold medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Cameroon have had several iconic players to play for Cameroon including Samuel Eto'o, Alexandre Song, Rigobert Song, Geremi, Patrick M'Boma, Pierre Webo and Pierre Wome.