Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Tokelau football association Profile
|Children Play soccer|
|Niue Island Soccer Association|
Football Team Profil:
First game: 0:19 against Papua New Guinea
Biggest win: none
Biggest defeat: 0:19 against Papua New Guinea
most famous player: -
Status: since 1983 associated OFC-member
Stadium: Niue High School Oval
Most successful club: Talava (Champions 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005)
|Niue High school Oval|
Football Team Profil
The only football ground on the island again in 2004, when there was organised football for the last time.
Nauru Football Match 1990
unknown; last organised competition in 2004.
|West Football Association Logo|
|West Sahara Football Team 2011|
Many teams had represented Western Sahara or the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic on unofficial matches, being the first known against an Algerian league team as early as in 1984, before the creation of the Sahrawi Football Federation. In 1986, 1987 and 1994, friendly matches were played against Algerian, Spanish and Italian league teams. In 1988, a Sahrawi Republic team played with Le Mans UC 72 in France, loosing 3-2. On February 27, 2001, during the 25th anniversary of the proclamation of the SADR, a match was played in the Sahrawi refugee camps in Tindouf Algeria between a Sahrawi Republic team and a Basque Country national football team veterans team. The match was attended by more than 4,000 fans, and was suspended on the second half due to the temperature (38º C), when the result was 2-2.
On December 12, 2003, the Sahrawi Football Federation was the first federation provisionally affiliated to the NF-Board. In 2007, a team representing Western Sahara won the Macau National Football Team by 1-0. On December 23, 2011, the Galicia Official Football team won a SADR team by 2-1 on a match played in Teo, Spain. On December 5, 2009, three Sahrawi representatives participated in the 6th General Assembly of the N.F.-Board in Paris,France.
Official foundation (2012)
On March 25, 2012, Mohamed Moulud Mohamed Fadel, SADR Minister for Youth and Sports, announced the official creation of the Sahrawi national football team, by decision of the own team players, stating that "the reason behind its absence of the African football competitions is due to its non-membership in the Confederation of African Football.
Monday, May 7, 2012
|Sealand Football Team 2004|
Sealand Football team Has History at 2003,With regard to football, the history of selection begins May 30, 2003, when Michael Bates, Prince of Sealand, wrote a letter to Christian Olsen in which he informed him that his club (the Vintage Vestbjerg Idrætsforening) was chosen to represent the internationally begun from the 2003-2004 season.
In 2004 joins the NF Board and dispute their only meeting (of which there are not many records), a 2-2 Vs Aland Islands.
|Sealand National football team 2012|
In 2012 Sealand Football Team Has History On 5 May 2012 they play against Chagos islands On Weycourt,Godalming Town FC.The Match Kick Of On 12.45 PM.The Squad Of The Sealand is Stillie, Forsyth, Bates, Smart, Charlton, Gardner, Moore, Little, N.Forsyth, Evorano and Gibbs and the Subs Is Godden, Carr, Frankle, Marcus. The Captain Of Sealand Football Team As Simon Charlton.On 5 May 2012 Sealaland Football Team Lose 1-3 Against Chagos Islands.The Goalscore of Sealand is Ryan Moore Min 47.
|Neil Foryst & Derek Stille (Goalkeeper)|
Before The Match The Sealand Football Team was Training in Home Ground The Sealand on HM Forts Roughts Football Team Was Sponsored By Propertysecrets.
Friday, March 2, 2012
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Ethiopian Coffee Sport
Ethiopian Coffee Sports is the next opponent Coid Nord Champions League Confederation of African Football. Ethiopian will be the Yellow, 18 frevrier next stage of international Mitsamiouli, facing the Reds Mitsamihuli.This time, the northerners of Ngazidja will be entitled to a clash of Red and Yellow Apaches other than Coid Nord.
Monday, January 23, 2012
MASERU-The Lesotho soccer team are out of the 2013 African Cup of Nations tournament after drawing 0-0 with São Tomé and Príncipe in the reverse fixture, preliminary round qualifier at the Setsoto Stadium yesterday.
After losing the first leg 1-0 in São Tomé last weekend, Likuena needed a 2-0 win in yesterday’s fixture in order to proceed to the next round of the competition.
But Leslie Notši’s charges could not score the much-needed goals, with striker, Thapelo Tale, wasting a gilt-edged chance in the dying minutes of the game, to complete a miserable afternoon for the home side. The Serbia-based hitman was unmarked in the box, but shot over the crossbar—much to the disbelief of the estimated 6000-strong crowd.
Had Tale found the back of the net and the match ended 1-all, the winner match would have been decided on penalties.
Yet Lesotho were their own worst enemies, as they took time to find their rhythm, thereby allowing their opponents to settle down and dictate pace. The home team came out a better side in the second half, piling on the pressure, but the visitors held firm.
Meanwhile, yesterday’s defeat means Likuena still remain in contention for a place at the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament to be held in Brazil, and face Ghana in March to kick-start their Group D campaign.
Monday, January 16, 2012
Overview of Saturday , Jan. 16 (2012) - Sao Tome and Principe Kingdom of Lesotho won 1-0 in game played Sunday in the capital of Sao Tome, who told the round 1st leg of the Africa Cup of Nations, 2013 Can- whose end will be in South Africa
The historic goal of selecting the "hawks and parrots" by Jair was appointed to three minutes in the recovery of a penalty that gave joy to more than three thousand Sao Tome who went to the National Stadium on July 12 with detachable presence of the Head of State Sao Tome, Manuel Pinto da Costa.
During the meeting the selection of Lesotho reacted very well with several shots to save Sao Tome Gi interventions that had two clear goals to deny genius to lesotanos which also saw a shot hit the crossbar on the goal of Sao Tome and Principe.
Despite the pressure of the Kingdom of Lesotho, Sao Tome team also arranged a great opportunity to score near the end through the isolation that even advanced Ju missed with a similar goal that Ibrahim saw one of his shots hit the against the goal post.
Guided by coach Gustavo Clement Sao Tome and Principe aligned with: The Beacon: Gi, the Defense: Jocy, Grandfather and Nay, and Aknesses, midfield: Juju, Gando, and Joe Ibrahim, in the attack: Agi and Jair. Substitutes used (Sequeira and Ju Adilson).
Led by coach Leslie Motst, the selection of the Kingdom of Lesotho aligned with: In goal: Moman, Defense: Mopolo, Ntobo, Tmapelo, Motmoada, Middle Field: Masualle, Nicau, Bushy, Monapathi in the attack, and Ramabela Lencora.Used players (Cup, Tseka)
The refereeing team was in Congo Brazzaville as the owner of Soum Serge whistle along with assistance of his countrymen and Mapangoulou Nggoy Tsiba Kamba and the functions that made the 4th referee and match commissioner.