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Zanzibar kok-ka kha-kiû-tūi

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Zanzibar kok-ka kha-kiû-tūi
Zanzibar national football team
Hia̍p-hoē Zanzibar Football Federation
Tāi-lio̍k Liân-bêng CAF (Africa)
Tē-khu Liân-bêng CECAFA
(Central & East Africa)
Chú kàu-liān Hababuu Ali Omar
Chhut-tiûⁿ siōng chē Suleiman Selembe (32)
Ji̍p kiû siōng chē Abdallah Juma Ally (9)
Chú-tiûⁿ Amaan Stadium
FIFA tāi-bé ZAN
Chú-tiûⁿ saⁿ
Kheh-tiûⁿ saⁿ
Thâu tiûⁿ kok-chè pí-sài
 Tanganyika 3–1 Zanzibar 
(Tanganyika Dar es Salaam; 1947 nî 9 goe̍h 18 ji̍t)
Siōng toā pí-hun iâⁿ
Hui-chèng-sek
 Zanzibar 6–0 Raetia 
(Iraq Arbil; 2012 nî 6 goe̍h 4 ji̍t)
Chèng-sek
 Zanzibar 4–0 Burundi 
(Kenya Mumias; 2009 nî 11 goe̍h 29 ji̍t)
Siōng toā pí-hun su
 Kenya 10–0 Zanzibar 
(Kenya Nairobi; 1961 nî 10 goe̍h 4 ji̍t)
VIVA Sè-kài Poe
Thâu-tiûⁿ 1 (2012 nî thâu-hoê chham-ka)
Siōng chán Kùi-kun (2012)
CECAFA Poe
Thâu-tiûⁿ 58 (1947 nî thâu-hoê chham-ka)
Siōng chán Koan-kun (1995)

Zanzibar kok-ka kha-kiû-tūi sī tī kok-chè kha-kiû pí-sài tāi-piáu Zanzibar ê kiû-tūi.

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