Euro 2024 Qualifying 11/20 19:45 10 [2] Czech Republic v Moldova [4] L 3-0
Euro 2024 Qualifying 11/17 17:00 9 [4] Moldova v Albania [1] D 1-1
Euro 2024 Qualifying 10/15 18:45 8 [3] Poland v Moldova [4] D 1-1
International Match 10/12 17:00 - Sweden v Moldova L 3-1
Euro 2024 Qualifying 09/10 16:00 6 [5] Faroe Islands v Moldova [4] W 0-1
International Match 09/07 18:30 - Austria v Moldova D 1-1
Euro 2024 Qualifying 06/20 18:45 4 [4] Moldova v Poland [2] W 3-2
Euro 2024 Qualifying 06/17 18:45 3 [5] Albania v Moldova [3] L 2-0
Euro 2024 Qualifying 03/27 18:45 2 [3] Moldova v Czech Republic [1] D 0-0
Euro 2024 Qualifying 03/24 19:45 1 Moldova v Faroe Islands D 1-1
International Match 11/20 18:30 - Moldova v Romania L 0-5
International Match 11/16 17:00 - Moldova v Azerbaijan L 1-2


Matches played 10 4 6
Wins 2 1 1
Draws 5 3 2
Losses 3 0 3
Goals for 9 5 4
Goals against 14 4 10
Clean sheets 2 1 1
Failed to score 3 1 2

The Moldova national football team (Romanian: Echipa națională de fotbal a Moldovei) represents Moldova in men's international football and is controlled by the Moldovan Football Federation, the governing body for football in Moldova. Moldova's home ground is Zimbru Stadium in Chișinău and their head coach is Serghei Cleșcenco. Shortly before the break-up of the Soviet Union, they played their first match against Georgia on 2 July 1991.

Two of their three best results in the 2020s came during the qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2024, with a win over Poland (3-2) in Chişinău, coming back from a 0-2 deficit, and a draw against Czech Republic (0-0) in Chișinău. In 2007, Moldova upset Hungary 3–0 in Chișinău in Euro 2008 qualifying. Another notable result was a 5–2 win over Montenegro during 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying. The team has never qualified for the final stages of the UEFA European Championship nor the FIFA World Cup since first entering qualifying in 1998.

Following Moldova's 4–0 defeat to England in September 1997, British writer and comedian Tony Hawks travelled to Moldova to challenge and beat all 11 Moldovan international footballers at tennis. The feature film version of the book of the same name, Playing the Moldovans at Tennis, was filmed in and around Chișinău in May and June 2010 and was released in the spring of 2012.


The Moldovan Football Federation was founded in 1990. However, the national football team of Moldova did not play an official international match until 1991, when Moldova lost to Georgia. Alexandru Spiridon was the player who scored the first goal in the history.

Moldova's first attempt to qualify for the FIFA World Cup was in 1998, but they failed to qualify for the tournament. Moldova has finished either last or second last in all tournament qualifying campaigns entered to date, except UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying, in which they finished fifth in the seven-team Group C with 12 points.

The Moldova national soccer team represents the country of Moldova in international soccer competitions. The team is managed by the Moldovan Football Federation and has been a member of FIFA since 1994. The team has never qualified for a major international tournament, but has had some notable victories over the years. Moldova's home stadium is the Zimbru Stadium in Chisinau, which has a capacity of 10,400 spectators. The team's colors are red, yellow, and blue, which are also the colors of the Moldovan flag. The team's current captain is Alexandru Epureanu, who plays as a defender for Istanbul Basaksehir in Turkey. The team's head coach is Roberto Bordin, an Italian former soccer player who has been in charge of the team since 2019. Despite their lack of success on the international stage, the Moldova national soccer team remains a source of pride for the country and its fans.