|Association||All Nepal Football Association|
|Sub-confederation||SAFF (South Asia)|
|Head coach||Bal Gopal Maharjan|
|Home stadium||Dasarath Rangasala Stadium|
Nepal national under-23 football team, also known as Nepal under-23s or Nepal U23(s), represents Nepal in association football at national and olympic games and is controlled by ANFA, the governing body for football in Nepal, and the Nepal Olympic Committee.
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The team's home ground is the Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium in Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal. Holding 25,000 spectators, of which 5.000 seated, it is the biggest stadium in Nepal. It is named after Dashrath Chand, one of the martyrs of Nepal.
Apart from sporting events, the stadium is also used as a music venue for cultural events with Bryan Adams being the most notable act that performed at the site.
Prior to the 2013 SAFF Championship in Nepal, the Dasarath Rangasala underwent heavy renovation that saw several improvements such as the expansion of seats from 20,000 to 25,000.
Recent results and fixtures
Results accurate up to 24° March 2019.
|26 March 2019||Afghanistan||L||0–2||Aspire 4, Doha, Qatar||2020 AFC U-23 Championship qualification|
|24 March 2019||Qatar||L||0–5||Aspire 5, Doha, Qatar||2020 AFC U-23 Championship qualification|
|22 March 2019||Oman||L||0–1||Aspire 4, Doha, Qatar||2020 AFC U-23 Championship qualification|
|19 August 2018||Pakistan||L||1–2||Patriot Stadium, Cikarang, Indonesia||2018 Asian Games|
|16 August 2018||Vietnam||L||0–2||Wibawa Mukti Stadium, Cikarang, Indonesia||2018 Asian Games|
|14 August 2018||Japan||L||0–1||Wibawa Mukti Stadium, Cikarang, Indonesia||2018 Asian Games|
|10 August 2018||Thailand||L||0–4||Thammasat Stadium, Pathum Thani, Thailand||Exhibition Match|
|7 August 2018||Police Tero||L||0���1||Boonyachinda Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand||Exhibition Match|
|19 July 2017||Lebanon||L||0–2||Tahnoun bin Mohammed Stadium, Al Ain, UAE||2018 AFC U-23 Championship qualification|
* Nepal score always listed first
Win Draw Loss
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Arpan Karki||Nepal Police Club|
|GK||Roman Rasaili||APF Club|
|DF||Amit Tamang||Sankata BSC|
|DF||Ananta Tamang||14 January 1998||Three Star Club|
|DF||Ashim Bhushal||Friends Club|
|DF||Bikash Khawas||Tribhuwan Army Club|
|DF||Kamal Shrestha||10 July 1997||Manang Marshyangdi Club|
|DF||Suman Aryal||Nepal Police Club|
|DF||Dinesh Rajbanshi||5 April 1998||Nepal Police Club|
|DF||Tshiring Gurung||21 February 1998||Chyasal Youth Club|
|MF||Abhishek Rijal||29 January 2000||Nepal Police Club|
|MF||Arik Bista||Tribhuwan Army Club|
|MF||Biswash Shrestha||Himalayan Sherpa Club|
|MF||Gaurav Budhathoki||Chyasal Youth Club|
|MF||Hemanta Thapa Magar||7 January 1998||Chyasal Youth Club|
|MF||Sunil Bal||1 January 1998||Three Star Club|
|MF||Tej Tamang||14 February 1998||Nepal Police Club|
|MF||Nitin Thapa||Sankata BSC|
|FW||Dhiraj Shrestha||Friends Club|
|FW||Prezen Tamang||Friends Club|
|FW||Manish thapa Magar||26 January 1998||Unattached|
|FW||Anjan Bista||22 July 1998||Manang Marshyangdi Club|
- *Denotes draws include knockout matches decided on penalty kicks.
- **Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.
|Summer Olympic Games Record|
|1992||Did Not Qualify|
|1996||Did Not Enter|
|2000||Did Not Qualify|
|2008||Did Not Enter|
|2016||Did Not Qualify|
|2020||To be determined|
|Total||0 / 7|
AFC U-23 Championship
|AFC U-23 Championship finals record||AFC U-23 Championship qualifying record|
|2013||Did Not Qualify||4th (Group D)||3||4||1||0||3||6||9||−3|
|2016||5th (Group C)||0||4||0||0||4||0||17||−17|
|2018||4th (Group D)||0||4||0||0||4||0||9||−9|
|1966 to 1998||See Nepal national team|
South Asian Games
- All Nepal Football Association
- Nepal national football team
- Nepal national under-17 football team
- Nepal national under-20 football team
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