Anguilla national football team

Association Anguilla Football Association
Confederation CONCACAF (North America)
Sub-confederation CFU (Caribbean)
Head coach Stern John[1]
Most caps Ryan Liddie (31)
Top scorer Girdon Connor
Richard O’Connor
Terrence Rogers
Kapil Battice (5)
Home stadium Ronald Webster Park
First colours
Second colours
FIFA ranking
Current 209 (19 November 2021)[2]
Highest 189 (June–September 1997)
Lowest 210 (November 2019)
First international
 Anguilla 0–1 British Virgin Islands 
(The Valley, Anguilla; October 1985)[3]
Biggest win
 Anguilla 4–1 Montserrat 
(Marigot, Saint Martin; 8 February 2001)
Biggest defeat
 Trinidad and Tobago 15–0 Anguilla 
(Couva, Trinidad and Tobago; 10 November 2019)
Sports team in the Caribbean British Overseas Territory
This article is about the men’s team. For the women’s team, see Anguilla women’s national football team.

The Anguilla national football team is the national team of Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean, and is controlled by the Anguilla Football Association. It is affiliated to the Caribbean Football Union of CONCACAF. Along with the teams from the Bahamas, Tonga, Bhutan, Eritrea, San Marino, and Somalia, they are consistently one of the lowest ranked teams in the world in the FIFA rankings.

As of 12 August 2021, they rank 210th in the FIFA rankings, placing in last of all teams.[4]

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Anguilla entered the World Cup qualifiers for the first time for the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan.

In the first round of the qualifiers, Anguilla were drawn against the Bahamas. On 5 March 2000, Anguilla hosted the first leg in front of 250 people at Webster Park in The Valley, losing by a scoreline of 3–1. In front of a Bahamian crowd of just 330, the second leg was played at the Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau on 19 March 2000, with Anguilla losing 2–1, and thereby eliminated by an aggregate scoreline of 5–2.[5]

During the qualifiers for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, Anguilla faced the Dominican Republic in the first round. The first leg was played to a goalless draw at the Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte in Santo Domingo on 19 March 2004. Newly introduced FIFA stadium requirements forced Anguilla to play their “home” leg at the same Dominican Republic stadium two days later, with the Dominican Republic winning the second leg and thus the first round by a scoreline of 6–0.

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