|24 Jun 19||Mali  ||-|| Mauritania|
|28 Jun 19||Tunisia  ||-|| Mali|
|02 Jul 19||Angola  ||-|| Mali|
|23 Mar 19||Mali|| ||3 - 0|| ||South Sudan|
|17 Nov 18||Gabon|| ||0 - 1|| ||Mali|
|16 Oct 18||Burundi|| ||1 - 1|| ||Mali|
|12 Oct 18||Mali|| ||0 - 0|| ||Burundi|
|09 Sep 18||South Sudan|| ||0 - 3|| ||Mali|
The Mali national football team, nicknamed Les Aigles (The Eagles), is the national team of Mali and is controlled by the Malian Football Federation. Mali competes as members of both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF). They have never qualified for a World Cup finals in their team's history.
Mali were suspended by FIFA on 17 March 2017 due to 'government interference' with the national football association, namely dissolving its executive committee. However, the side was re-instated by FIFA on 29 April after the executive committee was re-introduced by the Malian government.