Burkina Faso national under-20 football team
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The Burkina Faso national under-20 football team is the under-20 youth team for national football in Burkina Faso. The team is controlled by the Burkinabé Football Federation.
Burkina Faso U-20
AssociationBurkinabé Football Federation
ConfederationCAF (Africa)
Head coach-
Home stadium-
First international
Biggest win
Biggest defeat
Africa U-20 Cup of Nations
Appearances4 (first in 2003)
Best result4th,2003
WAFU-UFOA Zone B U-20 Tournament
Appearances- (first in -)
Best result-
FIFA U-20 World Cup
Appearances1 (first in 2003)
Best resultR2 ,2003

The team participated at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship held in the United Arab Emirates. They did very well in the group stage and finished first. In the round of 16 they were eliminated by Canada 1-0. That tournament was their first ever U-20 World Cup.
The team won the gold medal in the men's tournament at the 2019 African Games held in Morocco.[1][2] This was the first time the team won gold at the African Games.[2] Djibril Ouattara was among the top scorers in the tournament.
Current squad
The following players were selected for the 2021 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations.[3]
No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)Club
1GKSidi Diawara18 March 2001 (aged 19)
AS Douanes
2DFGaoussou Sanou24 June 2001 (aged 19)
3DFEric Chardey6 August 2003 (aged 17)
4DFYashir Moustapha Ouedraogo31 December 2001 (aged 19)
5DFYacouba Nasser15 November 2002 (aged 18)
FC Basel
6MFRoland Sanou10 May 2002 (aged 18)
7FWKouamé Botué7 August 2002 (aged 18)
8MFYael Tiendrebeogo25 April 2001 (aged 19)
Gaz Metan Târgu Mureș
9FWAlassane Zeba24 July 2003 (aged 17)
Academie Football Tenakourou
10MFIrahim Bance15 January 2001 (aged 20)
ASEC Mimosas
11FWPierre Landry Kabore5 July 2001 (aged 19)
12MFFaad Sana15 April 2003 (aged 17)
13FWNathanio Jr. Kompaore20 June 2001 (aged 19)
14MFClovis Ouedraogo24 July 2002 (aged 18)
ÉF Ouagadougou
15MFDrissa Banao17 September 2001 (aged 19)
16GKLadji Sanou21 April 2003 (aged 17)
17MFBlakiss Ouattara16 December 2001 (aged 19)
RC Bobo Dioulasso
18MFOusmane Diane14 February 2001 (aged 20)
19FWUrbain Convolbo2 November 2002 (aged 18)
AS Douanes
20MFRaouf Memel Dao5 September 2003 (aged 17)
US Ouagadougou
21FWJoffrey Bazie27 October 2003 (aged 17)
22DFKaramoko Bamba2 December 2003 (aged 17)
RC Bobo Dioulasso
23GKSebastien Koula Tou1 December 2004 (aged 16)
Football Broug
24MFAboubacar Belem24 January 2002 (aged 19)
25DFMohamed Congo8 October 2003 (aged 17)
26MFNoufou Zagre9 March 2004 (aged 16)
ASF Bobo Dioulasso
27FWMoubarack Compaore24 September 2002 (aged 18)
Oslo Football Académie de Dakar
28FWDaouda Beleme5 January 2001 (aged 20)St. Pauli
29DFGilbert Bilgo2 May 2001 (aged 19)
US Ouagadougou
30GKMoussa Traore2 January 2001 (aged 20)
31DFBrahima Dao12 April 2003 (aged 17)
  1. ^ "2019 African Games: Nigeria finishes second behind Egypt". The Nation. September 1, 2019. Archived from the original on 8 December 2019. Retrieved 8 December 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Nigeria suffer disappointing defeat to Burkina Faso in the final of top African competition". Africans Live. Retrieved 8 December 2019.
  3. ^ "Burkina Faso" (PDF). Confederation of African Football. Retrieved 15 February 2021.
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