The Pakistani football squad will likely welcome the Maldives for a friendly match in November, marking their first action in three years. The Maldives Football team will visit Pakistan next month, and the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has been in talks with them about this.
The Maldives football team is ready to travel Pakistan, according to a senior member of the PFF Normalization Committee, but a few logistical problems need to be resolved first.The senior official claimed that the PFF has actively sought out any nation to host during the upcoming international window and has heard from the Maldives.
The representative acknowledged that Islamabad’s Jinnah Stadium was viewed as the perfect location to hold an international friendly, but that the stadium will not be able to host the event as it is now undergoing restoration.
The Pakistani national football team’s last match was in June 2019, a defeat to Cambodia in a World Cup qualifier. The Green Shirts will be eager to take the field once more and show the world what they are made of.