They booked their ticket for Qatar after seeing off Algeria in the qualification play-offs, with Karl Toko Ekambi as his side's hero following a goal in the dying seconds of extra time.
Their best run in the competition was a quarter-final finish back in 1990, when they won the hearts of fans across the world with their entertaining style of play.
They face a tough task to improve on that performance this time around as they were paired with favourites Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland in what will prove to be a tough group.
They have plenty of experience in their squad, though, and will hoping to spring a surprise come November.
Here are the final choices for their 26-man squad...