The Guinea national football team currently play in the CAF confederation and they are nicknamed the National Elephants. Their home shirts consist of a red base with green and yellow trim and their away kits are usually white. They have never qualified for the World Cup finals, and their best finish in the Africa Cup of Nations was second in the 1976.
Guinea plays at the Stade 28 Septembre which has a capacity of 65000. Its colours are red, yellow and green with the away kit being white. Guinea's biggest win was in 1972 they won 14-0 over Mauritania with there biggest loss being 5-0 against C�te d'Ivoire in 2008.
2015 Africa Cup of Nations side Guinea have officially launched their new home and away kits made by French supplier Airness [...]
The national football team of Guinea is controlled by the Fédération Guinéenne de Football and forms part of the Confederation of African Football [...]
Guinea is in the CAF (Africa). It played its first international in 1960 losing 4-1 to Nigeria. Guinea have never qualified for the world cup but have played in 9 African Nations Cups its first in 1970. Its highest finish is second in the African Nations Cup in 1976. Guinea have made the quarter finals of the last 3 African Cups reaching their highest ranking of 22 in 2006 (current 40).
Several of the nations players play abroad in Europe mostly in France. The nation have won the Amilcar Cabral Cup on five occasions.